1st Annual Meeting
Date: October 25, 2007
Theme: Data and Wisdom
11:15 am meet at the McKay Foyer
12:00pmWelcome and Lunch in Aloha Center Room 165
12:20pmIntroduction of Keynote Speaker
12:30pmKeynote Speaker: Dr. Keith J. Roberts, VP for Academics, BYUH (Data and Wisdom)
12:50pmQuestion and Answer
1:10pmMingle Activity in Aloha Center Room 155
1:30pmBusiness Meeting, Election of Officers, Adoption of Bylaws, Other Business
Nominees for Office
President:David Mongold, University of Hawaii
Vice President:Bill Neal, BYU–Hawaii
Treasurer:Jan Lubin, Honolulu CC
Secretary:Kathy Pulotu, BYU–Hawaii
Please RSVP to email@example.com by October 22nd.
We ask that each institution bring one item from your school to be given out as a door prize (i.e. cap, tshirt, mug, etc.—approximately $10 value).
You may park anywhere in the Main Parking Lot (1) or in any of the stalls not reserved for Faculty/Staff in the flag circle.
McKay Foyer is in the McKay classroom building (17) directly across from the flag circle.
Aloha Center Room 165 and 155 are adjoining rooms in the Aloha Center (5).
If you want to check out an interactive campus map, visit http://www.byuh.edu/about/maps/
About Keith J. Roberts, Keynote Speaker
BYU–Hawaii Vice President for Academics, Keith Roberts graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, with majors in both mathematics and history. He earned his M.Ed. in curriculum and instruction from Marquette University, Milwaukee, and his Ph.D. in curriculum and mathematics from the same university. The co-author of several mathematics textbooks, he was Project Associate for the Carnegie Mathematics and Curriculum Development Project at Milwaukee Area Technical College as well as Assistant to the President at the same institution. Roberts came to BYU–Hawaii in 1991 as Director of Institutional Research and subsequently served as Assistant to the President before being appointed as Vice President for Academics in January of 2000.
Among his many scholarly presentations, he presented "The Role of English Language in the Academy in the Twenty-first Century" at South China Normal University sponsored by the US Consulate in Guangzhou in 2006; he presented the invited lecture "American Colleges and Universities' Influence in the World: Ethics and Religion in the Twenty-first Century" at the Institute for World Religions at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing in 2005; he delivered the keynote lecture, “Using Performance Indicators in the U.S. and the U.K.” at the 1997 Conference on Performance Indicators in Higher and Further Education, in London, U.K.
He has been active in accreditation, serving on the WASC Accreditation Team for Pepperdine University and as Assistant Chair of the WASC Accreditation Teams for Fresno Pacific University and the University of Guam. He currently serves on the WASC Eligibility Review Panel for new institutions. An avid supporter of cross-cultural scholarship, he heads the Pacific Institute Board of Fellows and is a member of the Advisory Board of "Globalization for the Common Good" in Oxford, UK. He has been listed in "Top Executives You Need to Know in Hawaii" in 2006 and 2007.