Kahului, HI — October 20, 2014 — Love to sing, play an instrument, slam poetry, do magic tricks, stand-up comedy, karaoke, act, dance – hula? Come perform (or just watch) at The Music Club of University of Hawai’i – Maui College Thursday October 23, 6 – 9 pm, Student Lounge. UHMC students, staff and faculty invited along with the whole community of Maui. All talents, All ages. Free admission and free food. This is a family event with food and all kinds of talent found in Maui. “So many open mics are just for music, held late at night and is not for family.” says Karyn Sarring faculty advisor to the Music Club. “We wanted to showcase all the different talents in our community.” Next open mic will be November 20th which will include a performance by the UH-MC Chorus. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 808 205-1241 for any information.
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UH Maui College Assessment of Student Learning The UH Maui College strategic planning and assessment process is guided by a Vision, Mission, Core Values and Institutional Learning Outcomes that are grounded in how UH Maui College “Inspires Learning” among our students, within our community and among colleagues. This rubric driven process is being led by faculty and staff members with strong support from administration. Each year UH Maui College degree programs collect and review evidence of a Program Learning Outcome at an exit level course appropriate for each program. Parallel to this review, an assessment team reviews one College-wide Academic and Student Learning Outcome, also at an exit level course at the level appropriate for each program. For example, this past year the English faculty led the assessment of written communication across the curricula. The outcome of this process is a list of recommendations that are emerging into planning priorities for the next year. In some cases these recommendations involve requests for funding, however, most recommendations relate to pedagogical improvements. This process is repeated annually, moving on to the review of the next program and general education outcome. Over time, each program and general education outcome is reviewed and then the process begins again in earnest.
University of Hawaiʻi Maui College Professor Nancy K. Johnson has been selected as the recipient of the 2013 Willard Wilson Award for Distinguished Service to the University of Hawaiʻi. Johnson was hired as a probationary instructor in the nursing program in 1983 and earned full professorship in 2007. She went on to chair the allied health department from 1989 to 2012. During that time, the program grew from a few faculty members and one class per year, to more than 30 faculty, staff and clinical lecturers serving two new classes per year, with a total of 150 students per semester. Johnson has served as a key player in local and state discussions on healthcare workforce needs, caring for the aging population, meeting dental care needs for the underserved and building the Hawaiʻi State Nursing Consortium, which allows students to seamlessly transition from Maui College’s program to UH Mānoa’s bachelor of science in nursing program, without leaving their home campus. The award is named in honor of the long-time University of Hawaiʻi administrator and secretary to the Board of Regents, Willard Wilson, who set a standard for exemplary service to the university during his 40-year career.
The purpose of the Executive Committee shall be to: advance the principle of participatory governance of University of Hawai‘i Maui College (UHMC); promote free, open, and informed discussion and decision making on matters of interest and importance to the faculty, staff, administration, and students of UHMC; serve as a forum and conduit for the sharing and communication of information throughout UHMC; provide advice and recommendations to the Chancellor and other UHMC officers and representatives; and review, monitor, and assess the activities, functions, plans, goals, and outcomes of UHMC, its departments, programs and services. Executive Committee Members Albert, Mike, Interim Vice Chancellor of IT, 984-3620 Azman, Rosiana (Nani), Associate Professor, Academic Senate Chair, 984-3259 Grooms, David, Interim Assistant Dean of Instruction, 984-3376 Hanada, T.Karen, Director University of Hawai‘i Center, Maui 984-3527 Ka‘eo, Kaleikoa, Assistant Professor, Lau‘ulu, 984-3369 Hokoana, Lui, Chancellor 984-3636 McKee, John, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs 984-3213 Meyer, Diane, Professor, Faculty Manager 984-3289 Mora, Flora, Registrar, APT 984-3517 Moto, Brian, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor, 984-3656 Nakama, Debra, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs 984-3515 Phillips, Sean, Student, Student Government, 984-3872 Tamanaha, David, Vice Chancellor of Administrative Affairs 984-3253 Vanzandt, Jay, General Laborer III, Working Supervisor, UPW, 984-3232 Vida, Nicole, Secretary, Civil Service, 984-3234 The Executive Committee meets on the first Friday of every other month. Discussion points and recommendations resulting from committee deliberations are communicated back to the college-at-large via committee member communications to their colleagues and the public posting of meeting minutes via the web. [Meeting agenda appears first to indicate contents of minutes. Scroll past the agenda to see minutes or click on "go to minutes." Within the minutes, click on highlighted areas to see attachment(s).Additional attachments or minutes which are not available online
Course Catalog Online PDF Version of UH Maui College's General Catalog: 2015-2016. Viewing the catalog material linked to each section requires the Plugin for Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click here to download the full 2015-2016 Course Catalog. Page Number Kahului Campus Map 1a Addresses 1 Table of Contents 3 Phone Numbers 4 Message from the Chancellor 6 History, Mission, Vision, Accreditation 7-8 Program Offerings 10 Collegewide Academic Student Learning Outcomes (CASLOs) 11 Bachelor of Applied Science: Applied Business & Information Technology (ABIT) 12-13 Bachelor of Applied Science: Engineering Technology (ENGT) 14-15 Bachelor of Applied Science: Sustainable Science Management (SSM) 16-17 Liberal Arts (AA) 18-19 Hawaiian Studies (AA) 20-21 Natural Science (AS) 22-23 Academic Subject Certificate (ASC) 24-25 Career (AS, AAS ) Degrees 26 Career (ATS) Degree 27 Career (CA, CO) Certificates 28-29 AS, AAS Degree Program Maps 30-54 Special Curriculum 55-58 Student Services 60-62 Financial Aid 64-66 Admission & Registration 68-74 College Regulations 76-84 Campus Services 86-88 Course Descriptions 90-142 Administration, Faculty, Staff 144-147 Advisory Committees 148-150 Index 151 Calendar 152
The Maui Culinary Academy (MCA) at the University of Hawai‘i Maui College (UHMC), in partnership with the Fairmont Kea Lani Maui and Youngs Market Company of Hawai‘i will present the 17th annual Noble Chef benefit on Saturday, October 26, 2013. The event begins with a VIP reception at 5 p.m., followed by a full reception at 6 p.m., and an elegant gourmet dinner with entertainment and auction at 7 p.m. Tickets are $250 for preferred seating and $185 for general seating. Table sponsorships begin at $3,000. The Noble Chef is MCA’s largest annual fundraiser, and features a mentorship program that pairs together many Maui’s celebrity chefs and MCA students. This year’s event theme is “The World on a Plate”, represented by a celebrity chef-designed reception menu spanning the culinary “hot spots” of the world, including Japan, Vietnam, Morocco, Spain, Great Britain, India, Greece, New Zealand, and Mexico. After the reception, guests will sit down for a multi-course gourmet French dinner and dessert prepared by MCA’s faculty chefs. Wine and spirits throughout the evening are provided by Young’s Market Company of Hawai‘i, Ocean Vodka, and Maui Brewing Company. In addition to preparing the evening’s meals together, the celebrity chefs and the students they mentor spend several days together beforehand in an intimate learning exchange, providing invaluable hands-on experience for MCA students. This year’s celebrity “noble chefs” are: Chef Greg Gaspar, Sheraton Maui Resort & Spa. Chris Kulis & Brian Etheredge of Capische? Brett Martin of Andaz Maui at Wailea Lyndon Honda of Laulima Events & Catering Marc McDowell of Makena Resort Maui Anton Haines of Pacific‘O Bret Pafford of Gannon’s Wes Holder of Pulehu, an Italian Grill Bryan Beneke of Four Seasons Maui Resort MCA faculty chefs include
2015-2021 Strategic Directions UHMC 2015-2021 Strategic Directions Document UH Maui College has established a process to connect resource allocation directly to program review and strategic planning. This assessment-focused process aligns resource allocations with planning in support of student learning. The recently established Strategic Planning Council facilitates this process toward establishing campus priorities that are grounded in results from degree program level assessment of student learning and input from the broader community. Click here for more information on the preparation for the UHMC 2015-2021 Strategic Directions. Moving forward, implementation of the Strategic Directions will be led by the Strategic Planning Council which includes representation from each theme group, administration, and UHMC Student Government. Ferdouz Cochran, Chair of Sustainability Committee, Instructor of Sustainable Science Management Angela Gannon, Co-chair of Community Needs and Workforce Development, Vice Chair of Sustainability Committee, Office of the Vice Chancellor Ben Guerrero, Co-chair of Student Success Committee, Title III Coordinator David Tamanaha, Vice Chancellor of Administrative Affairs Debra Nakama, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Elaine Yamashita, Co-chair of Strategic Planning Council, Professor of Early Childhood Education Hokulani Holt-Padilla, Co-chair of Hawai‘i Papa O Ke Ao Committee, Hawai’i Papa O Ke Ao Coordinator John McKee, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Juli Patao, Co-chair of Community Needs and Workforce Development Committee, Director of CareerLink Julie Powers, Co-chair of Quality of Learning, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education Karen Hanada, Director of UH Center Maui Kī‘ope Raymond, Co-chair of Hawai‘i Papa O Ke Ao Committee, Associate Professor of Hawaiian Studies Kristine Korey-Smith, Co-chair of Student Success Committee, Director of the Learning Center Laura Lees Nagle, Co-chair of Strategic Planning Council, Associate Professor of English Lui Hokoana, Chancellor Maggie Ward, Co-chair of Quality of Learning, Assistant
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Background The Technical Support Committee was formed in September 2001 for the purpose of improving communication and addressing problems in the technical areas of instruction. Original committee members included the Acting Dean and Acting Provost as well as faculty and other support members. Purpose To improve communication regarding technical aspect of instruction among the various technical providers and users campus-wide. To hear and address problems that arise in the technical aspects of instruction. To advise the administration regarding technology purchases and allocations. Sub-Committees There shall be established sub-committees as may be determined appropriate by membership of the Committee. Membership The Technical Support Committee shall consist of no more than eleven (11) members. Members shall represent campus technical, instructional, administrative, and support functions to best accomplish the committee’s purpose.Committee membership may includes, but is not limited to, representatives of: Computing Services, Media Services, The Learning Center, Library, Ka Lama Computer Center, Department Chairs, Administration, and faculty/staff with relevant expertise. Appointment Prospective candidates to fill membership vacancies may be recommended by the Campus Executive Committee, the Academic Senate, or the TSC Committee. Members shall be appointed by resolution and the majority affirmation of the members present at a regularly scheduled meeting.Every effort will be made to appoint members who best satisfy the Purpose of the Committee. Responsibilities Members shall attend and participate in all regularly scheduled meetings. Members shall, on a rotating basis, be responsible for recording meeting notes and forwarding to the Committee Chair for dissemination. Serve on such ad hoc committees and/or subcommittees as appropriate and in the best interest of the Committee and the College. Any other duties and/or responsibilities as appropriate. Term Members shall serve to the end of the second academic
University of Hawaii-Maui College-Student Tech Fee Committee Chair: Bryan Hieda Student Representatives: Joey Andrews, Gregory Balinbin, and Shawn Coad Faculty/Staff Members: Mike Albert, Kristine Korey-Smith, Dean Louie, Melvin Nicolas, Derek Snyder, and Dennis Tanga Do you have an idea that would help your students? Then first check out the information regarding guidelines for proposals and submit a proposal form, if your idea fits within the guidelines. Check out the “Request Guidelines and Fund Proposal Form” page. You know it won’t be funded if you don’t apply…so improve the odds & APPLY! Anyone (faculty, lecturers, & staff) may submit a proposal to be considered! Please get your proposals submitted early in the semester if possible. Proposals may be submitted at anytime – funding will occur as money is available.