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The following videos compliment the Faculty Handbook • Welcome Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bcNrsTrD40 • Communication video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YGaAcx2k1M • SLO Outcomes video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MC6XgMCmI_Y • Faculty Information video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9sfv0SgdkU • Faculty Facts video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RNCMS5n_4EE • Special Needs video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tO71g-rWW8 • Counseling Info Academic Senate video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5gin3Sn0_w • Media-Computing Svcs video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsSXu9y59Y4 • UHMC Library video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fceDIgtDLAk • TLC Kalama computer lab video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3lgPMDcToQ • Ocet Vitec video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BezrtapPEOg • UH Center Maui video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrJEf_-0ixE
The following links are personal projects by UH-affiliated faculty and staff. The University of Hawai‘i, ITS, and the staff cannot be held liable for errors or omissions. These are personal opinions or biographies and do not represent any of the views or policies of the The University of Hawai‘i. Author Site Chuck Carletta Personal Homepage Jill Fitzpatrick Graphic Arts Joel Katz Personal Homepage Anne Ku Personal Homepage Lillian Mangum Library Services for Distance Education Rick Miller Personal Homepage Jan Moore Personal Homepage Debra Nakama Maui Education Consortium Jennifer Owen Personal Homepage John Pye Personal Homepage Ron St. John Navigate Your Way to Success Lisa Sepa Personal Homepage Lee Stein Personal Homepage Dorothy Tolliver Personal Homepage Robert Wehrman Personal Homepage Gwen Arkin Personal Homepage
Resources: Faculty and Staff Development Fund Policy - link to application form found at end of policy document
Strategic Planning Assessment Committee Members Amir Amiraslani, Math Faculty Debra Nakama, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Lui Hokoana, Chancellor David Grooms, Interim Assistant Dean of Instruction David Tamanaha, Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services Debasis Bhattacharya, IT faculty and IT representative Elaine Yamashita, Early Childhood Education Faculty Eric Engh, English Faculty and General Education Assessment Coordinator Jan Moore, Accounting Faculty and Program Learning Assessment Coordinator John McKee, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Kari Nunokawa, Counselling Faculty Member Kim Gray, STEM Department Administrative Assistant Kiope Raymond, Hawaiian Studies Faculty Lee Stein, Human Services Faculty Lori Teragawachi, Director of the Office of Continuing Education Michele Katsutani, Counselling Faculty Member Maggie Ward, Nursing Faculty Sean Calder, Biology Faculty Susan Nartatez, Counselor, Molokai Education Center Meeting Notes Strategic Planning Event Invitation Strategic Planning Academic Summary Strategic Planning Agenda and Framing Questions Strategic Planning Business Summary Strategic Planning Student Services Summary Strategic Planning IT Summary Attendee List WASC Planning Meeting Agenda Responses Standard 1 Responses Standard 2 Responses Standard 3 Responses Standard 4 Themes that emerged from the WASC retreat May 2, 2014 April 11, 2014 March 21, 2014 February 21, 2014 February 7, 2014 December 6, 2013
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES- PERSONNEL OFFICE MISSION STATEMENT The Personnel Department serves the employees, and candidates seeking employment to create a skilled and cohesive workforce that fully supports the College's mission of student success. This is accomplished by the department providing outstanding service in all areas of personnel, including recruitment services, administration of policies and procedures, comprehensive benefits, equitable classification and compensation programs, regulatory compliance, and employee relations. Personnel APT Broadband PD Generator Performance Eval Special Compensation System Employment Faculty/APT Civil Service Rainbow-Civil Service Internal Recruitment Forms A-E APT application (Form64A) APT Performance Eval Casual Hire Application Casual/Overload Timesheets Casual Form (Form20A) Civil Service application Civil Service Form 17a Emergency Hire(E-Hire)/Overtime manual E-hire/OT Timesheets (D-55) Go to Fringe Payment Forms. Click on "D-55 Timesheet - Hourly, Overtime, Differential Pay" EUTF Enrollment Form EUTF Life Insurance (USAble Life) F-Z Faculty/E/M application (Form27) Family Leave (FMLA) Request Form FLSA Timesheet Leave card (request) Leave Donation Form OverTime Authorization Form OverLoad Authorization Form Overload/Casual Form (Form20A) Parent-Teacher Conference Form Personal Change Form Performance Eval (Civ Service) Sabbatical Forms (pages 4 - 7) SF-1 (BOR) HRD-1 (Civil Service) Tuition Waiver Form Hiring Packet Forms A-H APT Hire checklist D-60 (Direct Deposit Form) Must be typed & signed in BLUE ink (both by employee & bank) D-90 (Designation of Beneficiary) Must be typed, printed on yellow sheet w/instructions on back, and notarized ERS Enrollment Form ERS Beneficiary Form Must be notarized EUTF Enrollment Form EUTF Life Insurance (USAble Life) Faculty Hire checklist Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) FMLA forms (WH-380E (Employee), WH-380F (Family Member) HW-4 State Tax Form Forms I-Z I-9 (Employee Eligibility Verification) Initial Lecturer Step Placement Lecturer Letter (sample) Lecturer Step Update Lecture Hire checklist Part-time and Temporary
UHMC Sex Discrimination and Gender-Based Violence Information and Procedures Each member of the campus community is responsible for preventing sexual misconduct and ensuring that the work and academic environments are harassment-free. Download the Title IX brochure. The University of Hawai’i Maui College (UHMC) strives to provide an environment that emphasizes the dignity and worth of every member of its community and that is free from harassment and discrimination. Such an environment is necessary to a healthy learning, working, and living atmosphere because discrimination and harassment undermine human dignity and the positive connection among all members in our UHMC community. UHMC is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, domestic violence, marital status, arrest and court record, and veteran status. (See the University of Hawai'i Statement of Nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action Policy.) Policies and procedures addressing allegations of sex or gender-based discrimination and/or retaliation will be consistent with state and federal law. Examples of prohibited behavior includes, but is not limited to: Sex discrimination; Sexual harassment; Gender-based harassment, including harassment based on actual or perceived sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; Sexual exploitation; Sexual assault; Domestic violence; Dating violence; and Stalking As of September 2015, the grievance policy and procedure that UHMC will use to address any allegations of sex discrimination and gender-based violence involving students, employees and/or visitors or third parties at UHMC will be the UH System's EP 1.204: Interim Policy and Procedure on Sex Discrimination and Gender Based Violence ("Interim Policy").* *Note: The University of Hawaii’s Interim Executive Policy EP 1.204 is a provisional policy to meet the University’s compliance obligations while it consults
Aloha, and welcome to UH Maui College Disability Services! We serve students with various abilities. Our goal is to facilitate equal access for students with disabilities during their experience at UHMC. Academic accommodations are provided on a case-by-case basis, and the services are expense-free. A student’s disability status is considered confidential and is only disclosed to faculty with the student’s permission. Many have benefited from our services, and we look forward to continued service for our students with disabilities. The following counselors are assisting on a temporary basis at this time: Shane Payba: New student intakes & accommodations Kulamanu Ishihara: Note takers Services for Students with Disabilities Students with disabilities, either permanent or temporary, may be provided with academic accommodations after completing the intake process. Examples of accommodations include (but are not limited to): Test Accommodations Note Taking Assistant Services Readers/Scribes Assistive Technology Interpreter Services Service Animals Extended Tutoring Appointments @ TLC In accordance with Section 84.4 of the federal rules and regulations governing Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, no qualified individual with a disability shall, on the basis of their disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity which receives or benefits from federal financial assistance. How to Attain Services Responsibility of the College Academic Accommodations Criteria for Accommodations Reasonable Accommodation Forms Disability Assessment Disability Intake Equipment Loan Agreement (pdf) Assistive Technology Eligible students will be able to use specialized assistive technological devices upon clearance by the Disability Coordinator. Documentation provided will need to show the need for the device in order to provide equal opportunity for participation in the academic environment. Should the
Instruction For academic year 2012-13, the Career and Technical Education (CTE) and the Liberal Arts programs submitted a total of 24 instructional and 3 developmental program reviews. Each CTE review included a special emphasis on an overall assessment of their outcomes at both the course and program levels. Program Reviews are reviewed by the assessment coordinator, a peer faculty or staff, and the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, who provided constructive feedback to program coordinators. As a result of this program review process, during the 2012-13 academic year, programs continue to make progress mapping their courses to the Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) of their program, and each program continues to seek validation and support of their PLOs from their respective advisory committees. Additionally, programs have begun mapping college-wide student learning outcomes (CASLOs) into their course and program analysis, and will continue to align each to Institutional Learning Outcomes that are being developed through a campus-wide process led by a Strategic Planning Committee. During the year, UH Maui College experienced changes in their program health call indicators. Eight programs were classed as healthy (four more than last year), 13 were ranked as cautionary (one less than last year), and only three programs scored an unhealthy call (up two from the previous year). The increase in unhealthy calls for is attributed to an unexpected decrease in job opportunities due to the economic downturn, and the inclusion in two new programs in Natural Science and Hawaiian Studies, both of which are getting established. The college met all 2011-12 Perkins Core indicator goals except for 2P1 (Credential, Certificate, or Degree). This measure continues to be a challenge. Department Chairs and Program Coordinators have been made aware of these deficiencies