Haumana buildings update:
manager will be needed to oversee renovation.
is considering using two buildings for hospitality center.
may be interested in some of the rooms.
from bond system; letter transmitted to Howard Todo January 20.
student housing update:
issues to be discussed with management, including non-student rentals.
needs to be refined and looked at from prospective students’ point of
CC and UH Center baccalaureate degrees need to be posted clearly on
need to be posted on the website and put in Katie’s newsletter.
described use of Twitter for marketing and news purposes.
to contact contractors’ association and union.
to follow up with nursing.
response from Todo’s office.
Alvin scheduling a
meeting with Cary Lefton on April 15.
and Eryck to refine web- site and work with program coordinators, department
chairs, and student life coordinator to get news of events posted in a timely
to be posted on the web.
reported that additional restrictions could be implemented; may need to
hold back an additional $100,000 in anticipation of restriction.
costs lower than anticipated; looking at ways to invest in equipment to
lower future electricity costs, e.g., new LED lighting replacements that
can be installed without changing fixtures.
services contract update:
meeting with Sodexho on Monday to work out details of contract.
needed on campus:
repairs, re-roofing, and removal of asbestos
ag greenhouse panels falling
handlers in TLC
hale exterior needs repainting; will need to talk with contractors about
removal of paint possibly containing lead
sewer pump lift station; in the event of a power outage, sewer may back
- ADA door buttons
need to be examined regularly to ensure that they are working properly
could be taught repair skills and introduced to profitable business
opportunities, e.g., air conditioning duct cleaning. Need to spend
money to strengthen instructional programs; need to invent new
compiling a prioritized list of department needs.
conference with Suzette, Clyde, Michele, Teri Cannon and John Morton
held on Tuesday, March 10.
change application form: consists of items that we already
have (resources, budget, staff); to be presented for institutional, UH
system, and BOR approvals.
WASC team will visit campus on June 2, 2009.
team will report to commission at end of June 2009.
in 2012, followed by a team visit in 2013.
credentials: terminal degrees not required for AA. Terminal degrees may
be expected, but are not required, for some BA degrees, depending upon
the discipline. In certain fields, such as business, terminal degree may
be a master’s.
commission membership would mean one visit; one report; fewer members on
visiting team; should not need to do a junior commission report in 2009.
on program proposals:
Engineering Technology: approved by STEM and curriculum committee; will
go to Academic Senate on March 13.
currently on hold.
Nancy and Lee are revising the ATP to include more of the social
sciences; will be bringing in a consultant.
Ocean Studies: approved by STEM, being reviewed by curriculum
committee. Dr. Lemus to visit Maui CC in mid-April.
Hygiene degree: the only two-year program in the state;
class started this week.
and Natural Resources (two-year): will go to the curriculum committee
be submitting monthly reports, using template recommended by the
Farm Spring 2009 class enrollment: AG 232 Tractor, 7 students (2 over
normal maximum); AG 235 Irrigation,13 students; BOT 101/BIOL 102 General
built for 4,500 FTE; have not reached capacity.
received; looking into possibility of getting a matching donation from
with Dr. Landry of Seton Hall University, where students have been
issued laptops for 11 years, scheduled for April 20. Dr. Landry to
serve as consultant for laptop initiative.
software has offered to have its software installed on campus
machines without charge.
and document tracking update:
software being designed for document tracking and document approval.
final stages of resolving legal issues; transfer to go before Board of
Regents by April or May.
Foundation in the process of creating a 501c3.
school will start this summer with Moku`ula.
role is unclear; meeting should be scheduled between Hawaiian Studies
faculty, Friends of Moku`ula, and Janet Six.
need to be designed.
President David McClain will visit Maui CC on May 1, 2009. This will be
his final visit before retirement.