Board of Regents Excellence in Teaching Award

Nominations are currently closed.

The Board of Regents has provided for one Excellence in Teaching Award for a faculty member at each of the University of Hawai‘i Community Colleges. The award is made to a faculty member in recognition of outstanding merit as a teacher, counselor, or librarian.  This award consists of a cash award, an engraved Board of Regents medal, and is presented at the Commencement Ceremony to the teacher, counselor, or librarian selected. Lecturers, faculty who have previously received the award, and APT employees are not eligible.  The names of nominees and those who nominated individuals will be held in confidence.  Only the name of the campus selectee will be made public.

Meritorious Lecturer Award

The Windward Community College Chancellor has provided for one Meritorious Lecturer Award for instructors who have taught in the current academic year or the previous summer and who are not eligible for the Board of Regents award.

Awardees

Excellence in Teaching AwardMeritorious Lecturer Award
2020 – Teena Michael: Botany and Microbiology
2019 – Audrey Badua: Speech
2018 – Hongwei Li: Microbiology
2017 – Nicolas Logue: Theatre
2016 – Lance Uyeda: Language Arts
2015 – Charles Whitten: Counselor
2014 – Jody-Lynn Storm: Mathematics
2013 – Kalani Meinecke: Hawaiian Language
2012 – Floyd McCoy: Geology and Oceanography
2011 – Nancy Heu: Library
2010 – Ben Moffat: Drama
2009 – Ross Langston: Biological Sciences
2008 – Malia Lau Kong: History – read the spolight article
2007 – Kathleen French: Sociology
2006 – Brian Richardson: Library
2005 – Toni Martin: Art
2004 – Dave Krupp: Biology and Oceanography
2003 – Letty Colmenares: Chemistry
2002 – Inge White: Botany and Microbiology
2001 – Wei-ling Landers: Mathematics
2000 – Robert de Loach: Sociology and Anthropology
1999 – Paul Nash: Ceramics
1998 – Jean Shibuya: English
1997 – Frank Mattos: English
1996 – Ellen Ishida-Babineau: English
1995 – Paul Field: History
1994 – Alan Ragains: Speech and Communications
1993 – Clayton Akatsuka: Mathematics – read the article from the college catalog
1992 – Mark Hamasaki: Art
1991 – David Ringuette: Agriculture
1990 – Libby Young: English and Journalism – read the article from the college catalog
1989 – Norma Higa: Economics – read the article from the college catalog
1988 – Joe Ciotti: Physics, Astronomy, and Mathematics
1987 – Snowden Hodges: Art
1986 – Lillian Cunningham: English
1985 – Emi Troeger: Business Technology
1984 – Phil Hagstrom: History
1983 – Helen McArdle: Health, Physical Education and Recreation
1982 – Al Woods: Finance
1981 – Jean (Yoshida) Okumura: Mathematics
1980 – Pearl Takeuchi: Chemistry
1979 – Ron Loo: Philosophy and Music
1978 – Gary Stice: Geoscience and Oceanography
1977 – Aileen Tsuji Yim: Reading and Learning Skills
1976 – David Furuto: Mathematics
1975 – Janice Nuckols: History
1974 – Otome Myers: Psychology
1973 – Carl Takamura: Political Science
2019 – Marvin Kessler: Astronomy
2018 – Jordan Souza: Information and Computer Science
2017 – Vanessa Cole: Information and Computer Science
2016 – Kathleen Baxter: Veterinary Technology
2015 – Evaline Tuti Sanborn: Hawaiian Language
2014 – Bryce Myers: Art