Two administrators at the campus and an additional source confirmed his removal. UHPA Executive Director JN Musto offered his comments on an interview with KITV.
There is Women for Abercrombie Signwaving on Tuesday, July 29 from 4:30 to 6:00 pm on King Street between Richards and Punchbowl. Hope you and others you know can join the effort! If you go to the corner of Punchbowl near City Hall and Kawaihao Church you will receive the official t-shirt du jour.
Help give faculty another voice in the Hawaii Legislature. UHPA has endorsed Matt LoPresti who is a HPU faculty member supportive of UHPA and he understands our issues. Please volunteer some time to sign wave and canvass on his behalf.
The Primary Election is right around the corner and you may want to submit an absentee ballot vote to avoid having to wait in lines at the polls on Election Day.
Policy decisions and laws on higher education made in Washington, D.C. have a direct impact on UH faculty. That’s why it is so important for UHPA to make sure those who represent us in Congress have a thorough understanding of higher education issues and the unique challenges of the University of Hawaii.
This week is in Manoa from 5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
A great opportunity for UHPA members to say "mahalo" to Governor Abercrombie for moving our tentative agreement forward!
One of the most critical activities for the campaign is the Abercrombie For Governor Mass Canvassing: July 19th & 20th from 7:30 am to 12:00 noon (lunch will be provided). Click on the title to view the meeting locations and contacts for canvassing in the community you live in. Our goal is to reach 30,000 homes here on O'ahu and we need everyone's kokua to accomplish this goal.
In Hawaii, upholding the quality of public higher education is a political process. After all, the Governor, UH administration, the UH Board of Regents, and the UH faculty are all involved in the negotiations of faculty contracts. In addition, the Hawaii State Legislature must vote to allocate funding to fulfill the obligations of ratified faculty contracts.
Royal State Insurance invites UHPA members to attend a FREE SEMINAR to learn about Long-Term Care and ways you can pay for it.