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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    8111 Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner Abby Collier Mānoa Abby C Collier is an assistant professor in the Department of Tropical Medicine and Medical Microbiology and Pharmacology at UH Mānoa s John A Burns School of Medicine She is a dynamic and charismatic communicator who possesses a gift for making complex and abstract subjects accessible Collier is able to fuse creativity with logic and encourages her students to develop original approaches in their own work at the bench She also engages in community outreach to recruit high school students into her laboratory each summer and into the Science Fair each fall Collier believes that when a professor teaches in a classroom or laboratory this not only benefits the student but also strengthens the community The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students The board also awards the Regents Medal for Excellence in Research Select a recipient for more about that individual Or view previous years winners 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    of Hawai i System 2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner Jess Aki Honolulu Jess Aki is a professor of cosmetology at Honolulu Community College Students admire her ability to motivate and create enthusiasm about her subject She encourages them to go beyond the facts to think critically about what it means to be a cosmetologist They compliment her clear communication of course expectations flexibility to adapt to different learning styles sensitivity to their test anxiety and prompt and fair grading of their work Former students proudly introduce her to their families and still look up to her with respect and affection Aki is a dedicated and caring instructor who makes students mastery of subject matter her highest priority The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students The board also awards the Regents Medal for Excellence in Research Select a recipient for more about that individual Or view previous years winners 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner David L Callies Mānoa A professor in the William S Richardson School of Law David L Callies is a preeminent scholar and leader in the legal academy and a demanding and energetic teacher He is the author or co author of 17 books 75 articles and numerous legal education publications papers and presentations Callies often talks about the fantastic potential Mānoa law students have and how they should make the most of their experiences at the school Despite his busy schedule he is available to answer questions and offer advice A colleague observed that while Callies may sometimes act curmudgeonly he is caring committed and often very humorous The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students The board also awards the Regents Medal for Excellence in Research Select a recipient for more about that individual Or view previous years winners 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 1965 2009 David L

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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    Report Emergency Plans Legislative reports Measuring Our Progress Second Decade Project Strategic plan Policies and procedures WASC accreditation reports University of Hawai i System 2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner Sean Calder Maui An assistant professor of biology Sean Calder excels in connecting textbook facts with practical everyday examples and applications He instructs students in ways they can grasp complicated concepts in microbiology with ease He genuinely cares about the progress of each of his students evidenced by his accommodating personality and willingness to give students extra help Encouraging and passionate about his field Calder is viewed by many as an inspiration The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students The board also awards the Regents Medal for Excellence in Research Select a recipient for more about that individual Current awardees and links to archives 2008 Sean Calder Maui Monique Chyba Mānoa Kamil Ud Deen Mānoa Karen Fujishima Lee Leeward Malia Lau Kong Windward Frank Leake

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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    reports Measuring Our Progress Second Decade Project Strategic plan Policies and procedures WASC accreditation reports University of Hawai i System 2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner John Barkai Mānoa A professor and director of the clinical program John Barkai teaches and writes in the fields of clinical legal education and alternative dispute resolution which includes negotiation mediation and other alternatives to trial in court Barkai is known locally nationally and internationally for his unique and creative teaching his mastery of the subjects he teaches and his scholarship He is also noted for his many leadership roles and community service contributions outside the law school The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students The board also awards the Regents Medal for Excellence in Research Select a recipient for more about that individual Or view previous years winners 2006 2005 2004 2003 1965 2007 John Barkai Mānoa Maria Fabro Kaua i Cynthia Franklin Mānoa Kathleen French Windward Colette

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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    reports University of Hawai i System 2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner Gerald D Browne Kaua i During his 27 years on Kaua i Community College faculty Assistant Professor of English Gerald D Browne taught a variety of literary courses including first year composition developmental writing survey of British literature and Japanese literature in translation Until his retirement in June 2005 he was a long time member of the written communication and composition directors committees Browne believes that the teaching learning process is a joyful enterprise that helps us develop more fully as human beings A student commented He was always so knowledgeable about each author he spoke as if he knew them and in turn you felt more connected to them The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students The board also awards the Regents Medal for Excellence in Research Select a recipient for more about that individual Current awardees and links to archives 2005

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  • Regents' Medal for Excellence in Teaching :: University of Hawaii System
    Hawai i System 2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching Teaching Medal Award Winner Ronald Amundson Hilo Ronald Amundson is a professor of philosophy and chair of the UH Hilo philosophy and religious studies department Colleagues praised Amundson as a committed scholar who loves his field of study and a people person who enjoys getting to know his students as people not just warm bodies A UH Hilo senior with dual majors in history and philosophy credits Amundson as the inspiration for his decision to declare a second major in philosophy Professor Amundson has demonstrated again and again an ability to invoke with enthusiasm the desire for growth and understanding in students the student noted The Regents Medal for Excellence in Teaching is awarded by the Board of Regents as tribute to faculty members who exhibit an extraordinary level of subject mastery and scholarship teaching effectiveness and creativity and personal values that benefit students Select a recipient below for more about that individual Or view winners by year 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 1965 2004 Ronald Amundson Hilo Richard Brislin Mānoa Danielle Conway Jones Mānoa Kauka de

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  • Awards earned by the Outstanding Faculty and Staff of the University of Hawaii System
    Iijima Law Mānoa Carolyn Kyyhkynen Speech Hawa i Wei Ling Landers Mathematics Windward Karen Umemoto Urban and Regional Planning Mānoa Robert Vericker Administration of Justice Honolulu 2000 Hazel Beh Law Mānoa John Casken Public Health Mānoa Dennis Chun Hawaiian Studies Kaua i Jacob Darakjian Automotive Technology Leeward Robert deLoach Social Science Windward Diane Ferreira English Hawai i Molli Fleming Language Arts Maui Margot Henriksen History Mānoa Terrance Jalbert Finance Hilo David Johnson Sociology Mānoa Damon Sakai Medicine Mānoa Kathleen Sullivan Nursing Kapi olani Jean Toyama Languages and Literatures of Europe and the Americas Mānoa John Ziegler History American Studies Honolulu 1999 Kenneth Chambers Institute for Astronomy Mānoa Rahul Chattergy Electrical Engineering Mānoa Linda Fujikawa Japanese Kapi olani Karen Gebbia Pinetti Law Mānoa Harvey Gochros Social Work Mānoa Gary Helfand Public Administration West O ahu Karen Jolly History Mānoa Sang Lee Mathematics Leeward Allan Okuda Food Services Hawai i Marshall Mock Physical Science Kaua i Paul Nash Aart and Ceramics Windward Julie Rosenheimer Anatomy and Reproductive Biology Mānoa Elizabeth Waite Nursing Maui William Wilson Hawaiian Language and Hawaiian studies Hilo Clifford Yamashiro Automotive Mechanics Honolulu 1998 Kathryn Braun Center on Aging Public Health Mānoa William Burgwinkle European Languages and Literature Mānoa Lynne Enoki English Hawai i Grace Fong Human Resources Mānoa Kathryn Hoffman European Languages and Literature Mānoa Craig Howes Prof English Mā Janice Ito Natural Science Microbiology Mathematics Leeward Margaret Maaka Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies Mānoa Craig Ohta Instr Automotive Mechanics Technology Honolulu Sandra Perez Drama Kapi olani Nancy Phillion Nursing Kaua i Craig Severance Anthropology Hilo Jean K Shibuya English Windward Gertrude Eleanor Ueoka Nursing Maui 1997 Jane Moulin Music Mānoa Noreen Mokuau Social Work Mānoanoa Laura Lyons English Mānoa Peter Crooker Physics and Astronomy Mānoa 1996 Linda Arthur Human Resources Mānoa Colette Browne Social Work Mānoa Richard Kasuya Medicine Mānoa Sterling Keeley Botany Mānoa Leighton Liu Architecture Mānoa Kathryn Takara Ethnic Studies Mānoa 1995 David Bangert Management and Industrial Relations Mānoa Roderick Dashwood Environmental Biochemistry Mānoa Lloyd Hihara Mechanical Engineering Mānoa Karen Joe Sociology Mānoa Stacey Marlow Educational Administration Mānoa 1994 Joanne Cooper Educational Mānoa Fred Mackenzie Oceanography Mānoa Joy Marsella English Mānoa Peter Nicholson Civil Engineering Mānoa Thomas Pearson Accountancy Mānoa Bruce Tabashnik Entomology Mānoa 1993 James Carpenter Animal Sciences Mānoa Juanita Liu Travel Industry Management Mānoa Teresita Ramos Indo Pacific Languages Mānoa Christopher Womersley Zoology Mānoa Reginald Worthley Decision Sciences Mānoa Shuqiang Zhang Educational Mānoa 1992 Frederick Bail Educational Psychology Mānoa Joyce Chun Field Services Education Mānoa Sheila Conant General Science Mānoa Dana Davidson Human Resources Mānoa Miriam Fuchs English Mānoa Alan Katz Public Health Mānoa 1991 Christina Bacchilega English Mānoa Judith Kellogg English Mānoa Vinod Malhotra Electrical Engineering Mānoa Wolf Reitsperger Management and Industrial Relations Mānoa Richard Smith Physiology Mānoa Marcus Tius Chemistry Mānoa 1990 Roger Ames Philosophy Mānoa Steve Dawson Finance Mānoa Vincent DeFeo Anatomy and Reproductive Biology Mānoa Samuel Haley Zoology Mānoa Bruce Liebert Mechanical Engineering Mānoa Kathleen Wilson Urban and Regional Planning Mānoa 1989 Pua Hopkins Indo Pacific Languages Mānoa Velma

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