HAWAI`I COMMUNITY COLLEGE SPECIAL
MINUTES OF MEETING
April 23, 2004
Manono Campus, Building 388, Room 102
Present: Francis-Dean Uchima (Chair), Marilyn Bader, Annie Brown, John Cole,
Bob Duley, Mary Goya, Dayle Ishii (guest), Donnalyn Kalei, Kent Killiam, Gwen
Kimura, Michael Larish, Karen Leialoha, Annie Maeda, Charleen Marlow, John
Marlow, Julia Moore, Sarah Narimatsu, Ellen Okuma, Jennie Padilla, Pate Pieron,
Joel Peralto, Jill Savage, Jane Sherwood, Robert Yamane, and Mai Wong
1. A quorum was established and the Chair called the meeting to order at
2. Approval of the March 19, 2004 minutes passed unanimously (Sherwood,
3. Chair’s Report
- The HawCC Chancellor
candidate will be reviewed by the full board at the BOR meeting on
- This year is the last
time the EIF award will be offered.
4. Vice-Chairs Report
- Senator Zitnik is the
Executive Committee’s nomination for Senate Chair.
- If approved by the
Academic Senate, the election of next year’s Chair will be held at the
April 30, 2004 Academic Senate meeting.
- The Vice-Chair
welcomed and introduced Joel Peralto, Annie Maeda, and Jill Savage as
new Executive Committee members
5. Interim Chancellor Daniel Addresses Senate
- Chief Academic Officer
Search Committee—The committee has reviewed over forty applications and
the top four candidates have been selected. These finalists will visit
the college in May and will follow a schedule similar to that given to
Chancellor candidates with the exception that the time at UHM will be
- OCET Search
Committee—The committee reviewed over forty applications then narrowed
the field to eight. These eight were asked to respond in writing to
questions. Four finalists have been chosen. Each finalist will spend
approximately one hour with the search committee, one hour with OCET, one
hour in open forum, one hour with the Chancellor, and one hour with West
Hawai`i. This also will be done in May with one candidate visit per week.
- Search Committee
Goals—The goal is to have committee recommendations in place by May 25 or
26, 2004 for the BOR meeting in June. Hopefully, announcements will be
made in July, and the two successful candidates will be in place by the
beginning of Fall Semester 2004.
- Interim Chancellor
Daniel stated that, if the Senate wanted, she would present Model 4 to
the BOR, but she did not think it would be approved. The BOR has placed a
ceiling limit on the total number of Executive and Managerial positions
(Chancellors, Vice-Chancellors, Deans, Directors, etc.) in the UH system.
Model 4 creates three new positions (Vice-Chancellor of Academic and
Student Affairs, Assistant Dean of Liberal Arts, and Assistant Dean of
Applied and Technical Education). The other models created only two new
- The new Marketing and
External Affairs position put forth in this model would be less of an
issue because it would be an APT position. She added that she felt this
position should come under the supervision of the Vice-Chancellor for
Academic and Student Affairs rather than the Vice-Chancellor for
Administration. This position could be placed in other models.
- A question and answer
session followed. Topics within discussions included BOR approval, the
number of Executive and Managerial positions at other community colleges
in the system, accessibility to the Chancellor, differences between Dean
and Assistant-Dean positions, perceived advantages to the different
models, and possible funding sources.
6. Meeting adjourned at 4:30 pm.