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Could the University of Hawaii’s latest move, firing men’s basketball head coach Gib Arnold, cost the school more in the long run?

UH will pay Arnold $344,000 for the final year of his contract, which was set to expire in June 2015. He will remain officially employed until Jan. 26, but will not be coaching. J.N. Musto, executive director of the University of Hawaii Professional Assembly, is familiar with contracts and how they and the university work. He says it’s a tragedy for the university to go through another personnel situation. Read the rest of the article at "Recent payouts, losses cost UH nearly [...]

2014-10-30T21:19:49-10:00October 30, 2014|Frontpage, UH Funding|


Under Article III of the 2009-2015 UH faculty contract, a Dependent Scholarship Program was effective with the 2010-2011 academic year. The scholarship fund was for $250,000 and was awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until funds were exhausted. An email sent to all Chancellors on February 22, 2012 advises them that funds have been exhausted and this program to offer funding for dependent students of faculty members has ended.

2012-05-21T11:38:00-10:00May 21, 2012|UH Funding|
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