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Why Vote for Matthew LoPresti, Ph.D.?

Matthew LoPresti is the Democratic candidate for District 41, which covers Ewa Villages, Ewa Beach, Ewa Gentry, Ocean Pointe and West Loch. He currently serves as Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities and Chair of the Asian and Pacific Studies program at Hawaii Pacific University, where he has taught since 1999. He obtained a Ph.D. […]

Chief UHPA Negotiator Reaffirms the UH/ Union Joint Commitment

J.  N. Musto reaffirmed UHPA’s commitment to contractualizing important principles related to MOUs on Workforce Housing (R-19), Childcare and Child care Leave (R-20), and Distance and On-Line Learning (R-21) at UHPA’s Faculty Forum held on Saturday, October 18, 2014. Invited guests, President Lassner speaking on Distance and On-Line Learning and Mayor Kirk Caldwell speaking on […]

Why UHPA Endorses David Ige

David Ige knows the importance of an affordable college education.  After graduating from Pearl City High School, he applied to the University of California at Berkeley, MIT and other schools known for their engineering programs.  Ige was accepted at those schools, but didn’t tell his parents because he knows the cost would not be affordable […]

Why UHPA Endorses Brian Schatz

U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz represents a fresh, new era for Hawaii in Congress since the retirement of Sen. Daniel Akaka and the passing of Sen. Daniel Inouye.  He offers a fresh perspective and new insights on key issues affecting UH faculty, students, and the local economy. Making Headway in Congress When he was appointed U.S. […]

Why UHPA Endorses Mark Takai

Mark Takai is running against Republican Charles Djou for the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressional District 1. This district covers urban Honolulu, from Hawaii Kai in to Waipahu in west Oahu and Mililani in central Oahu. The district also includes Aiea, Pearl City and Waimalu. Supporting Affordable A College Education If elected, one of Takai’s […]


The State DCCA Office of the Securities Commissioner coordinates a youth-oriented program called LifeSmarts. It is a free educational program for teens from grades 6 through 12 that develops their consumer and marketplace skills. It teaches them to be smart and responsible consumers and citizens in the areas of personal finance, health and safety, the […]

Oahu Island Schedule for Ige-Tsutsui

Aloha, The Oahu Team Ige-Tsutsui is ramping up with just 26 days to Election Day and we have some several unique campaign events! Come out for one or all of these activities over the next four days. Statewide, check out Sunday’s event below, David Ige 2.0, where David will visit you live, on-line in your […]

Hawaii Island Schedule for Ige-Tsutsui

Aloha, Hawaii Island Team Ige-Tsutsui is happy to share that there will be more chances for you to meet David Ige over the next few days. If you’re a Hawaii Island resident, or visiting us, please join David at one of the events below. Please come out and show your support! Monday, October 13 Mass […]

2014 UH Executive & Managerial Salaries Posted

Along with other changes in the UHPA website, the section covering faculty salaries, and those of UH administrators, has been enhanced and improved.  The faculty salaries are updated monthly, and we request the disclosure of current administrative salaries in the Fall and Spring semesters.  You find searching for salary information to be much easier, and […]