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  • Memorandum from Office of the President of the University of Hawaii System
    202 Honolulu HI 96822 tel 808 956 8207 fax 808 956 5286 Advisory Groups All Campus Council of Faculty Senate Chairs The purpose of the University of Hawai i All Campus Council of Faculty Senate Chairs is to provide a formal independent voice and organization through which the faculty of the University of Hawai i System can participate in the development and interpretation of systemwide policy and to promote and improve coordination communication and understanding among the faculty students community administration and Board of Regents The council consists of one senate chair from each of the faculty senates or equivalent faculty governance organizations from each campus school and college of the University of Hawai i System For more information visit the webpage of the All Campus Council of Faculty Senate Chairs Student Caucus The University of Hawai i Student Caucus advocates collectively for the interests and needs of students throughout the University of Hawai i system Its members are students government organizations from the ten UH system campuses including the Graduate Student Organization from UH Mānoa For more information visit the Student Caucus website or contact Jan Javinar interim associate vice president for student affairs javinar hawaii edu 808 956 8753 Pūko a Council The Kānaka Maoli within the University of Hawai i system are Native people of this land unique by virtue of their ancestral ties to the āina and their history language culture knowledge and spirituality Pūko a Council is dedicated to increasing the number of Native Hawaiian students faculty staff and administrators in the university system to a percentage that mirrors the percentage of Hawaiians in Hawai i s general population Envisioning a University of Hawai i committed to the empowerment advancement and self determination of Kānaka Maoli through distinctly Hawaiian instruction research and service Pūko a

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/op/advisory.html?pv=text (2016-02-15)
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  • Commission on the Status of Women :: University of Hawaii
    Administration offices Past UH Presidents Regents Candidate Advisory Council Office of the President 2444 Dole Street Bachman 202 Honolulu HI 96822 tel 808 956 8207 fax 808 956 5286 UH Commission on the Status of Women Overview Formed in 1972 at the UH Mānoa campus the commission expanded to include systemwide representation in 1986 An early statement of its general objective expressed the intention of raising the consciousness of the campus community regarding the status of women within the university system As part of its reorganization in 1986 the commission developed a more comprehensive mission statement which continues to guide its work Over the years the University of Hawai i Commission on the Status of Women has addressed a wide variety of issues of relevance to the personal and professional well being of women students staff and faculty working in and for Hawai i s state system of higher education Childcare students on welfare gender equity in athletics campus safety and security equitable practices in hiring pay promotion and tenure access to resources women s presence in higher administration recourse for sexual harassment development of curriculum in women s studies compliance to the mandates of affirmative action and equal opportunity

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/op/csw/index.html?pv=text (2016-02-15)
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  • Mission of the Commission on the Status of Women :: Univerity of Hawaii
    Resources Commissioners Child Care survey Violence survey Faculty Pay Equity Study Title IX coordinators The National CSW list Videos LGBTQ Equality Other Links UH overview UH leadership Administration offices Past UH Presidents Regents Candidate Advisory Council Office of the President 2444 Dole Street Bachman 202 Honolulu HI 96822 tel 808 956 8207 fax 808 956 5286 UH Commission on the Status of Women Mission The University of Hawaii President s Commission on the Status of Women is committed to support well being development and advancement of all University women The Commission actively promotes a working and learning environment free of sexism and discrimination through policy advocacy and education This mission is achieved through serving as a conduit for information between the administration and the total University community by making recommendations to the UH President on issues that have particular relevance for women including but not limited to safety and security equity access retention and advancement fostering an awareness understanding and recognition of the potential contributions special challenges and many roles women play in a University community developing alliances with like organizations throughout the community state and nation This system wide commission is composed of faculty staff and students appointed by

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/op/csw/mission.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Goals of the Commission on the Status of Women :: Univerity of Hawaii
    Bachman 202 Honolulu HI 96822 tel 808 956 8207 fax 808 956 5286 UH Commission on the Status of Women Goals The commission has seven goals Information The commission serves as a conduit for information between the administration and the total university community on issues that have particular relevance for women It advises the president on the issues and needs of women in the UH system Education Both within and outside the university the commission strives to foster an awareness understanding and recognition of the potential contributions special challenges and many roles women play in a university community It encourages the development and maintenance of curriculum in women studies Safety The commission works to promote healthy and safe campuses where women can work and study without fear or concern for their physical well being Advancement Through its activities the commission promotes the advancement and recognition of women It encourages women to seek advancement and recognition throughout the University community Equity The commission seeks the equitable integration of women in all areas of study and employment It seeks equitable compensation and treatment for women at all levels of the organization and in all phases of their lives Full Participation The commission

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  • Resource for Women :: Commission on the Status of Women :: Univerity of Hawaii
    emergency phones parking etc Mānoa Hilo West O ahu Hawai i Honolulu Kapi olani Kaua i Leeward Maui Windward Benefits leave e g family leave System Mānoa Childcare Mānoa Hawai i Honolulu Kapi olani Leeward Kaua i Elder Family Care Kapi olani Kupuna Education Center Education professional development opportunities for information on additional opportunities check with your campus school or college System Mānoa Mānoa faculty West O ahu Hawai i Leeward Maui Windward Women s Center Mānoa Hilo Women s Health and Wellness Mānoa Hilo Additional Resources and Policies The Hawai i State Commission on Status of Women HSCSW works toward equality for women and girls in the State by acting as a catalyst for positive change through advocacy education collaboration and program development The Hawai i State Commission on the Status of Women was created by executive order on May 15 1964 to function as a central clearinghouse of resources services and advocacy for women and girls The Commission was established to assist in legislative advocacy and implementation to develop programs for women and girls and to serve as an informational resource for Hawai i s women and girls on a broad range of policies and issues The Women s Campus Club is one of the oldest organizations of the University of Hawai i Since 1908 the club has been a gathering point for University of Hawai i faculty and staff and their families offering opportunities to network helping newcomers transition to island life and supporting the aloha spirit throughout our university community Members enjoy ongoing recreational activities as well as social gatherings with guest speakers The University of Hawai i is governed by applicable Hawai i Revised Statutes and state and university policies and procedures The University of Hawai i Administrative Procedures Information System contains the State of

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  • Commissioners of the Commission on the Status of Women :: University of Hawaii
    IX coordinators The National CSW list Videos LGBTQ Equality Other Links UH overview UH leadership Administration offices Past UH Presidents Regents Candidate Advisory Council Office of the President 2444 Dole Street Bachman 202 Honolulu HI 96822 tel 808 956 8207 fax 808 956 5286 UH Commission on the Status of Women Commissioners Farrah Marie Gomes Chair UH Hilo Tammy Kuniyoshi Co Vice Chair UH Mānoa Veronica Ogata Co Vice Chair Kapi olani Community College JoAnn Cagasan Leeward Community College Barbara Carlos Kapi olani Community College Nicholas Chagnon UH Mānoa Joshua Fuentes UH Mānoa Sarah Haas UH Hilo Michael Hodges UH System Deborah Huebler UH Mānoa Ellen Ishida Babineau Windward Community College Debra Ishii UH System Stephanie Kim UH System Dorene Niibu Windward Community College Kelly Oaks UH Hilo Lani O Neal Leeward Community College Charlene Ono Kauai Community College Alberta Pukahi UH Mānoa Terry Ann Richter Leeward Community College Cindy Rote UH Mānoa Wendy Sora UH Mānoa Iwalani Tasaka Kapi olani Community College Janice Yamada Kapi olani Community College Liaisons Catherine Becker UH Hilo Cathy Betts Hawai i State CSW Meda Chesney Lind UH Mānoa Jennifer Pagala Barnett UH Mānoa Mary Perreira Community Colleges Christine Quemuel UH Mānoa Jennifer Stotter

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/op/csw/commissioners.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Child Care Needs Assessment survey conducted by the Commission on the Status of Women :: Univerity of Hawaii
    UH Commission on the Status of Women Child Care Needs Assessment Survey Findings 2013 In Spring 2009 the commission conducted an online survey to assess the child care needs of students faculty and staff throughout the University of Hawai i 10 campus system Strong responses from women of childbearing age at all campuses confirm that child care access is an issue that impacts women s lives tremendously as students and employees Download the resulting Child Care Needs Assessments with detailed findings for each UH campus as well as the complete 10 campus report PDF Note that individual campus reports open with an executive summary including recommendations applicable to all UH campuses Campus specific important findings and recommendations follow those offered in common to all campuses throughout the UH System Findings and recommendations for each of the 10 UH campuses as well as the University of Hawai i as an institution were shared with the UH Council of Chancellors in July 2013 The presentation to the Council of Chancellors PDF is also available More detailed and comprehensive data was compiled than could be shared in the reports Questions may be addressed to Teresa Bill of the UH Mānoa Women s Center

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/op/csw/child-care.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Violence survey conducted by the Commission on the Status of Women :: Univerity of Hawaii
    Care survey Violence survey Faculty Pay Equity Study Title IX coordinators The National CSW list Videos LGBTQ Equality Other Links UH overview UH leadership Administration offices Past UH Presidents Regents Candidate Advisory Council Office of the President 2444 Dole Street Bachman 202 Honolulu HI 96822 tel 808 956 8207 fax 808 956 5286 UH Commission on the Status of Women Sexual Relationship Violence Survey During the 2010 academic year the commission in conjunction with UH President M R C Greenwood conducted a survey to determine levels of sexual and relationship violence experienced in the lives of University of Hawai i students throughout the 10 campus system The commission issued findings for all 10 UH campuses based on a survey implemented at the Mānoa campus in fall 2003 by the Program Against Violence to Women The survey results were collected from students in random lecture courses that had large attendances relative to the campus population Instructors allowed class time for the survey to be given Download survey results for each campus UH Hilo Survey Responses UH Mānoa Survey Responses UH Maui College Survey Responses UH West O ahu Survey Responses Hawai i Community College Survey Responses Honolulu Community College Survey Responses

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