Thought it might be
useful to frame our agenda items within the context of our Strategi
Plan Goals.Let me know what you think.
Strategic Plan Context
Goal 1: Educational
Effectiveness and Student Success - Embrace a culture of excellence and
performance as the hallmarks of effective student learning and success
1.Prep for BOR November: approvals requested for Maui
Oral Care Initiative, LutheranMedicalCenter, Swap Meet, Lahaina Education Center Lease
Amendment, Long-Range Development Plan and updates on Windmill, Farmers' Market, Student Housing, and Drive-In Theater
3.Program Review Status: Suzette
4.Major Gift/MCC Priorities: proposals by the end of
5.BIA, vehicles Cargo Van, Trucks, Good Passenger Van;
Garage needed; create car wash connection
Goal 2: Learning, Applied
Research and Service Network
- Engage in intellectual and educational
activities that enable the county of Maui
and the state of Hawaii to flourish
2.DHS Contracts: Human Services Task Order, and potential
Human Services Applied Bachelor of Science
3.Western Undergraduate Exchange
Goal 3: Model Local,
Regional and GlobalCollege - Transform the profile of the College, positioning it as one of the world;s foremost multicultural
centers for island and indigenous studies
1.EPSCOR/FIPSE/RDP/NSF National Center of Excellence for High Performance Computing
2.World Hula Conference at MCC in 2005
3.InternationationalSmallIsland Studies Assn/Global Island Network Visit
Goal 4: Investment in
Faculty, Staff, Students and Their Environment - Recognize and invest in human
resources as the key to success and provide an inspiring work environment
1.Wo Learning Champions
2.Decisions Maui Leadership
Program: CASE Foundation
4.Alumni Association: Alvin/Scott
Goal 5: Resources and
Stewardship - Acquire, allocate, and manage the resources needed to achieve
success and exercise responsible stewardship over University assets
1.Spring Instructional Budget Status
2.Stud Housing and other Special Funds Deficits
3.Current Budget Process and Annual Budget Process and
4.Business Office and Personnel Office Staff Support
6.Painting Apprenticeship Program
COMMITTEE MEETING MINUTES
October 8, 2004
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Acks, Pat Adams, Scott Broadbent, Margaret
Christensen, Kathryn Fletcher, Pam Hoopii, Nancy Johnson, Robyn Klein, Dan Kruse, Diane Meyer, Suzette Robinson, Frances Segundo,
Six, Jill Fitzpatrick, Mona Stevenson, Alvin Tagomori,
David Tamanaha, Jennifer Yoshioka, Melissa Yoshioka for Vaughn Baker
Strategic Plan GOAL 1:EDUCATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS AND STUDENT SUCCESS
We will be
requesting approval for the Maui Oral Care Initiative at the November
Board of Regents meeting on Maui.Diane Meyer requested that a schedule of the
Board meetings be emailed to members.
work is going on.We have asked Bill Dornbush for an additional 1200sq. ft. that he has agreed to provide.The agreement is going to be amended to encompass a larger portion of the
building.From October 2004 to October 2005 the facility will be
rent-free.From October 1, 2005 and forward we will pay $1200 per
month for a 3000sq foot building which is about 50 cents per sq.
be presenting information to the Academic Senate regarding LRDP.
Clyde passed around the Architectural Development
timeline for the Agor Co.Students are scheduled to move in on August
advised to schedule a formal academic senate
committee meeting with the Executive Committee.The Executive Committee will later have a larger conversation with the
whole College Community.
Robinson reported receiving 14 out of the 21 expected program reviews.The three comprehensive reviews for OCET,
Nursing and Accounting have been received.Suzette has spoken to those in charge of the reviews that have not come in and
they are in progress and should be sending them in within a few days.Annual assessments and comprehensive program
reviews were distributed.The self-study
piece has been approved and is in operation with the program chairs creating
their reports.Drafts of the proposed
process for the Program Review Validation Teams were distributed.The Academic Senate will be looking at these
drafts and making recommendations for change if necessary.The documents will be placed on the web when
Diane Meyer added that a program coordinators meeting will be held on October 14, 2004 @ to form the teams and make sure that
everyone is on the same page.
Clyde requested to see a list by the end of the month
of the various items that we’d like to see supported by
the unit chairs will come up with a master list of equipment requests to be used as a basis of our
GOAL 2:LEARNING, APPLIED RESEARCH AND
the unit chairs will be looking into status.
Clyde and Janet reported that we did not
receive HUD funding.
will be held in the Chancellors’ Office on October 11, 2004 @ for any faculty member who has an
idea of how RDP money could wind up connecting with some kind of sustainable
stream of revenues.
Kohler has offered to support a bachelor’s in social work program.Suzette reported that our teen services
program has taken on statewide leadership changing Child Welfare activities
impacting the whole state.
Clyde reported that this program permits Hawaii students to enroll in Colleges that are
participating at a tuition level of one and a half times what the local tuition
may be.These are areas which the University of Hawaii does not provide curricular program
alternatives.Clyde suggested committee members review
and bring back ideas to the next Executive Committee meeting.
are going on how a writing curriculum could be developed that takes advantage
of the Writers Conference Workshops.Workshops are online; there’s that kind of potential.
3:MODEL LOCAL, REGIONAL AND GLOBAL
FIPSE (Fund for Improvement of Post
We will be
involved in a recompete, to apply for another 3 years of
funding at the end of the year, with National Center of Excellence for High
Clyde reported that we are looking into whether the World Hula Conference
would be interested in a video service that would allow streamed video
workshops to Mainland and International Halaus for a
InternationalSmallIsland Studies Assn/Global Island Network Visit
Clyde will be participating in this
conference on KinmenIsland off the Coast of China later this month.The conference is an opportunity to learn more about what’s going on
around the world regarding small island issues and to participate in a Global environment
specific to our niche of small islands.
reported that Maui was the only campus that sent in
proposals for the EPSCOR grants.There
is a possibility that those who have sent in proposals have a good chance of
reported that we received another $15,000.We’re up to $515,000 worth of funding from Perkins to support some of the vocational
activities on campus.
4:INVESTMENT IN FACULTY, STAFF,
STUDENTS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENT
will be accompanying the Wo Learning Champions toHonolulu on October 15, 2004.
Decisions Maui Leadership Program: CASE Foundation
Clyde reported that we are going to be involved in a Leadership Program
that will involve MEDB, the Chamber of Commerce, environmental groups, and
others to solicit the assistance of the CASE
Foundation for Leadership Endowment funds.
will be held on October 13, 2004
is active.It was reported that the
silent auction will be moved to late October or early November and a
Christmas party will be held in the Student Lounge sometime around the 13th
requested information on what Committees there are.
were asked to come up with a date for a get-together sometime in November.
Scott were asked to be involved in the development.Members were asked if they could come up with
names of people who are prominent in the community to form an Alumni Group.Suggested were Alan Arakawa, KimoApana, David Morihara and Ernie Rezents.
5:RESOURCES AND STEWARDSHIP
Instructional Budget Status
faced with the challenge that we will not be getting the additional $119,000 to manage the reduction of the
teaching mode as we did last year.Suzette reported that unit chairs were able to get 6 or 7 classes funded through
other sources.Two classes were
Alvin will work on finding what’s available to assist the Enrollment Management
System.Alvin suggested going to a Banner workshop that will be held
in Honolulu on November 17th.
requested for a student representative to be present in the decision making of
the first cut of low enrolled classes on Tuesday, December 28th @ and at the second cut on Wednesday,
January 5th @ .
Office and Personnel Office Staff Support
position remains on the table because it is a critical position.
not send invoices.Payment reminders
should be attached to purchase orders.
two new servers.
working on the webpage.
Housing and Other Special Funds Deficits
Alvin reported the housing rates would not be raised until
improvements are made.
will be used to support the ComputerCenter by providing tool kits for repairs.
reported trying preventive maintenance software.
Painting Apprenticeship Program
are needed to provide an apprenticeship program.Focus is on repairing chipped paint on buildings.We are trying to support a 4-semester program at the
cost of $3,000 per semester.
The Lanai and Molokai Reception invitations
The StudentCenterBuilding will be drawn up in 2
Clyde leaves for the International Small Island Studies
Assn/Global Island Network Visit October 27, 2004 and will be returning on November
9, 2004.Then he will be attending to the Global Education Commission
meeting in WashingtonDC on November 10th and 11th.Suzette leaves for the International Small
Island Studies Assn/Global Island Network on October 30,2004