Honoring Erline Vasconcellos with Board of Regents Chair Randy Moore.
We had the honor of recognizing two deserving UH employees at our monthly Board of Regents meeting at Leeward Community College.
This year, there were two recipients of the President’s Award for Excellence in Building and Grounds Maintenance. This awards goes to individuals who have exhibited sustained superior performance in a maintenance, landscaping, custodial or trucking position. The award includes a $1,000 monetary prize.
This year’s recipients are Erline Vasconcellos, a building and grounds supervisor at UH West Oʻahu, and Joseph Tan, a custodian at Leeward Community College.
Congratulations to both for your dedication to the University of Hawaiʻi!
Recognizing Joseph Tan alongside Board of Regents Chair Randy Moore.
I had the privilege of meeting and recognizing our 2014 Regents and Presidential Scholars on Thursday night. We honored 20 exceptional local high school graduates who were awarded UH Board of Regents scholarships. They are high achievers who excelled in the classroom and on their college entrance exams. We also honored 10 incoming juniors who were named Presidential Scholars for their academic achievement.
All 30 scholars will receive full tuition waivers, $4,000 a year and a $2,000 travel grant.
We are committed to their success and are very happy to have Hawaiʻi’s best and brightest attending our UH campuses.
Congratulations to all our scholars and their parents!
2014 Regents Scholars
2014 Presidential Scholars
UH regents, Regents and Presidential Scholars and their parents tour the taro farm at the UH Mānoa Hawaiʻinuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge.
I truly enjoyed meeting members of the Kauaʻi Chamber of Commerce and the Garden Isle community on January 22, 2014. The chamber kindly co-sponsored an after hours reception at Kauaʻi Community College.
I had the opportunity to meet most of the guests which included chamber and community members, as well as members of the Friends of Kauaʻi Community College which works closely with the college’s chancellor to build community partners and friendships.
Other attendees included Kauaʻi Chancellor Helen Cox, VP for Community Colleges John Morton, other UH administrators and the Board of Regents.
We were on Kauaʻi for a series of meetings and engagements, including the monthly Board of Regents meeting, which was held on the Kauaʻi campus this month.