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President Greenwood Photo Gallery

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April 12, 2011

MRC Greenwood at podium in front of Navy flag

President Greenwood addresses more than 150 military and civilian employees at the Navy Region Hawai‘i’s Learn From the Leaders workforce development event.

Mar. 18, 2011

group of people by future-home-of sign

The president was joined by Palamanui Global Holdings’ Roger Harris, far right, for the blessing of the access road for the Hawai‘i Community College–Palamanui in West Hawai‘i. Also representing UH, from left: Regent Clifford Dias, Vice President John Morton, Hawai‘i Chancellor Noreen Yamane, UH Foundation Trustee Jim Lally, Vice President Rockne Freitas, UH Center–West Hawai‘i Interim Director Beth Sanders. Read the News at UH article.

Mar. 14, 2011

group of students by display

Hawai‘i Community College’s Model Home carpentry team joined other UH groups demonstrating educational programs at the Hawai‘i State Capitol as part of education week. The partnership between several of the college’s Applied Technical Education programs and the state Department of Hawaiian Home Lands has produced 44 residential dwellings to date.

Feb. 24, 2011

Lynne Waters with MRC Greenwood

During the February Board of Regents meeting at Honolulu Community College, President Greenwood welcomes veteran Hawai‘i communicator Lynne Waters aboard as associate vice president for extenal affairs and university relations. Read the news release.

Feb. 11, 2011

Keawe Kaholokulu with MRC Greenwood

The president congratulated Keawe Kaholokula, new chair of the Department of Native Hawaiian Health following a John A. Burns School of Medicine ceremony.

MRC Greenwood and Kiyoshi Yamada standing at table wearing lei

Feb. 1, 2011

President Greenwood was featured speaker for the Feb. 1 Rotary Club of Honolulu meeting.

She is pictured with Rotary club officers, from left, incoming President Nancy Pace, current President Kerry Cloward and Program Chair Alice Tucker.

Greenwood was introduced at the meeting by former UH President David McClain.

She spoke about her three initiatives for the university—improving graduation rates, addressing the state’s workforce needs and rennovating facilities to support innovation.

MRC Greenwood and Kiyoshi Yamada standing at table wearing lei

Jan. 18, 2011

The president and Kiyoshi Yamada of Tokai University Educational System sign a memorandum of understanding for Hawai‘i Tokai International College, a private Japanese university and the University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu to share programs and future facilities on adjacent properties in Kapolei.

The new Tokai campus is set to open shortly after the new UH West O‘ahu campus, which is scheduled to open in fall 2012.

Under the agreement, Tokai students will be able to live in UH West O‘ahu dormitories and to finish their first two years at Tokai and later attain a bachelor’s degree at UH West O‘ahu.

Read the news release.

Jan. 13–14, 2011

Photos from E Kamakani Noi‘i Innovation for Hawai‘i’s growth symposium at the Sheraton Waikikii. Photos by Gregory Yamamoto Photography.

Jan. 7, 2011

group of people in hallway

Dignitaries opened the way for construction of a UH Translational Health Science Simulation Center on the third floor of UH Manoa’s Webster Hall. From left: President Greenwood, Shawn Kemp of Layton Construction, Dean Mary Boland, Will Summerhays of Layton Construction, Vice Chancellor Gary Ostrander, Chancellor Virginia Hinshaw, Charles Kaneshiro of Group 70, Regent Dennis Hirota, City Councilmember Ann Kobayashi. The $7.5 million School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene project will provide a campus hub for interdisciplinary translational health research, simulation and research education with family assessment, intensive care physiology, acute physiology, community technology, stress/biofeedback, exercise and telehealth labs and support facilities.