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David Lassner

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Interim Chancellor David Lassner presented an update for the proposed reorganization of the UH Mānoa administrative offices during a forum in the Art Auditorium on April 23.

The update included information on the proposed provost position, the recombination of the UH System president and UH Mānoa chancellor positions, and new administrative structures, with these key objectives:

  • Strong and strategic enrollment management: recruitment and retention
  • Deep integration of research and education, including undergraduate (”academic“ is inclusive of education and research)
  • Focused support for both student academic success and student growth and development
  • Clear accountability and responsibility for the academic enterprise
  • No increase in executive management leadership positions

Lassner also answered questions from the forum audience.

Read the Campus Forum Reorganization Update 2.

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  1. I am a student of UCSF MS HAIL ( master of Health Administration and Inter-professional Leadership) program and a new member of UH system. The mission of this program is to make students ready for leading bigger healthcare organizations as we perform our daily jobs as a front-line managers. There are not that many of us who have the opportunity to either reorganize our departments or evidence one. Therefore, I would be greatly interested to follow UH administration reorganization process and I believe that it will be extremely beneficial to my professional and personal growth. Please accept my request to be added to your email list so I can follow up this critical innovation. Thank you very much.

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