Following up on a suggestion made by Chancellor Dick Kosaki at a reception for retirees in the Spring of 1985, one Wytze Gorter sent out 341 questionnaires to retired faculty on September 16th to gauge their interest in establishing a retiree's association. All but five of the 201 who responded supported the idea. All but one of them were willing to pay "as much as $5" dues, and 75 volunteered to help organize and/or operate the association.
The first meeting was held 22 January 1986, a party in the Campus
Center Ballroom, with Gorter the first president. By that time, the FRA
had changed its name to FRAUHM, but it was noted that the "Faculty" at
the beginning of the name and the "Manoa" at the end were not meant to
exclude retirees from other campuses, or retired staff.
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Officers and Board members, 1986-87 President: Wytze Gorter 1st Vice-President: Sidney Townsley 2nd Vice-President: Harold Jambor Treasurer: Y. S. Leong Secretary: Mary Lou McPherson Elected Members-at-large: Dorothy Aspinwall Andrew Berger Henry Bess Bette Ecke Mateo Go Andrew In Shirley Kamins Hazel Kramer Richard K. C. Lee Wallace Mitchell Activities and Events, 1986-87 Fall 86 UH Foundation donates $400 in support 01/21/87 Second Annual Meeting and Party at Campus Center Dining Room 03/25 Richard H. Immerman, "U.S. Foreign Policy" 04/15 Yoneo Sagawa, Lyon Arboretum field trip 05/06 Charles Lamoureux, "Hawaiian Endemic Plants" 05/27 Mitsuo Aoki and Anthony Lenzer, "On Death and Dying" 06/17 John Craven, "End of Heirarchy" Important Board Decisions and Discussion 03/17/87 Gorter writes to the Coalition of Hawaii State-County Retirees Association, at the board's behest, that "Our association ... wishes ... to be nonpolitical since its membership holds diverse views on political and other matters. It, therefore, will not endorse candidates for political office or take official positions on public issues." 07/30 "...at the annual meeting we should note, with appropriate words and ceremony, the death of retired members of the faculty."
Officers and Board members, 1987-88 (Same as 1986-87) Activities, 1987-88 01/21/88 No record 02/18 No record 03/24 Annual meeting, Campus Center Ballroom; Calabash for non-member donations. Election of Officers and Board for 1988-89. 04/21 Belinda Aquino, "Reflections on the Philippines" 04/27 Breakfast Meeting at College Hill, interested members and President Simone. "What retirees can do for the University and vice versa" 05/19 Iolani Palace tour Important Board Decisions and Discussion 02/24/88 FRAUHM logo debuts, on the minutes 04/06 New Officers and Board of Directors installed
Officers and Board members, 1988-89 President: Sidney Townsley 1st VicePresident: Harold Jambor 2nd VicePresident: Hazel Kramer Treasurer: Toshio Yatsushiro Secretary: Katherine Wery Members-at-large of the Board of Directors: Edward M. Barnet David Crowell Jane Fellmeth Jane Fultz Shirley Kamens Wallace Mitchell Ex-Officio: Wytze Gorter Activities, 1988-89 09/22 Dan Boylan and Dan Tuttle, "Issues and Personalities in Politics" 10/20 (postponed: Dr. Walter Pearce of Straub Clinic, "Sleep Disorders" 11/?? Outing to Hiram Fong's plantation; bus provided by FRAUHM 01/19 Jeanette Takamura (Executive Office on Aging), "Long Term Care for the Aged" 02/16 Peter Adler (Director, Alternative Dispute Resolution of the Hawaii Supreme Court), "Dispute Resolution Alternatives to Litigation" 03/29 General meeting and election; beverage and pupus 04/20 Dr. Walter Pearce, "Sleep Disorders"? Important Board Decisions and Discussion 02/18 Pres. Townsley noted that the by-laws specified that a two-member committee appointed by the President and approved by the Board was to audit the financial records. Ex-officio Gorter said it wasn't necessary as long as the UH Foundation was handling FRAUHM finances.
Officers and Board members, 1989-90 President: Jim (Harold) Jambor 1st VicePresident: Edward M. Barnet 2nd VicePresident: Jane B. Fellmeth Treasurer: Nora Kirkpatrick Secretary: Kay Wery Members-at-large of the Board of Directors: (to 1990) Nora Kirkpatrick (?) Mary Reddin Jane Fultz (to 1991) Fred C. Hung Roy McArdle Leatrice Mirikitani Ex-Officio: Activities, 1989-90 09/14? Ronald Ellen Chapman on their experience in Beijing during the students' demonstration in Tiananmen Square 10/12? Tour to the Hawaii Maritime Museum 10/19 Mona Chock, UH Alumni Association, on UHAA and FRAUHM 11/09 Visit to the renovated Moana Hotel with lunch 01/11 Larry Price, "The Relationship of Academics to Athletics" 02/08 President Albert Simone, "The Role of Intercollegiate Athletics in the University" 03/?? Outing to the Contemporary Museum, Makiki Heights 04/19 Tommy Kalaukini on the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and Hawaiian Sovereignty. Video presentation by Richard Peglinawan, OHA Executive Director 05/24 Annual Meeting with elections and a social, 3-4:30pm, CC Executive Dining Room Important Board Decisions and Discussion 07/13 Dues-paying members numbered 69 in 1987, 107 in 1988, and 66 to date in 1989. Mailing list on 12/07 had 300 names, including out-of-state members. 10/19 Secretary to send a card on condolence on behalf of the Board and FRAUHM membership to the wife of a deceased member. 01/18 By-laws changes Fiscal year changed from January-December to July- June. Annual Meeting date from January to May (President Jambor responsible for the wording to go in the By-laws). 03/15 "We agreed that spouses of deceased Manoa retirees are eligible for membership in FRAUHM, also retirees who may have served at Manoa but later retired from other campuses." 09/05 FRAUHM officially becomes a University Registered Organization at CC.
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Officers and Board members, 1990-91 President: Edward M. Barnet 1st VicePresident: Wallace Mitchell 2nd VicePresident: Fred Haehnlen Treasurer: Mary Hopkins Secretary: Oma Umbel Members-at-large of the Board of Directors: (to 1991) Paul Durham Andrew In Nora Kirkpatrick Roy McArdle Mary Reddin (to 1992) Sueko Kimura Norman Rian Consultants (Past Presidents) Wytze Gorter Sid Townsley Jim Tambor Activities, 1990-91 09/20 Dan Boylan & Dan Tuttle, CC 108, 3:00pm 10/23 Coconut Island Pilgrimage (Bring your own lunch) 11/15 Dr. Tobias Owen (Dept. of Astronomy), "Magellan Venus Probe" 01/17 Luncheon at Kaimana Beach Hotel ($15) 02/21 Kewalo Basin Marine Mammal Lab. 03/19 Prof. Sinikka Hayasaka, Pres., UHPA, "Current Visions" 04/18 Mr. Siegfried Ramler, "From Nuremburg to Baghdad" 05/16 Annual Meeting and Election, CC Exec Dining Room. Elsie Boatman honored for 90th birthday Important Board Decisions and Discussion ??/?? FRAUHM gets first mail box, CC Box J-3 02/14 Retirees two years or more in arrears to be notified that they will be placed on an inactive list unless they respond 05/16 Annual dues raised from $5 to $10, with overwhelming approval at the general meeting
Officers and Board members, 1991-92 President: Wallace Mitchell 1st VicePresident: Edward Chui 2nd VicePresident: Richard Kosaki Treasurer: Roy McArdle Secretary: Jane Fellmeth Members-at-large of the Board of Directors: (to 1992) Paul Durham Andy In Fred Haehnlen Mary Hopkins Norman Rian (to 1993) Shirley Fujita Oliver Holtzman Robert Kamins Minoru Shinoda Bluebell Standal Consultants (Past Presidents) Wytze Gorter Sid Townsley Jim Tambor Ed Barnet Activities, 1991-92 09/19 Dr. Louise McReynolds, History, "Soviet Union in Crisis & Transition" 10/17 At Tokai University. Greg Knudsen, Administrator in the newly created State Office of International Relations led discussion of "Hawaii's International Relations" Tour of Tokai University Pacific Center 11/21 Dr. M. Lee Goff (Entomology), "Dr. Maggot & Mr. Worm" 02/20 Dan Boylan on current Hawaii legislature and politics 03/19 Dr. Majid Tehranian, "Where is the New World Order?" 04/16 Luncheon at Kapiolani Community College 05/21 Annual Meeting and Election, with pupus, CC Exec Dining Room Significant Developments 09/03 Newsletter reported that only half of mailing list of 300 were dues-paying members.
Officers and Board members, 1992-93 President: Edward Chui 1st VicePresident: Bluebell Standal 2nd VicePresident: Roma Bowers Treasurer: Roy McArdle Secretary: Jane Fellmeth Members-at-large of the Board of Directors: (to 1993) Shirley Fujita Oliver Holtzman Robert Kamins Minoru Shinoda (to 1994) James Burgoyne James Koshi Anastacio Palafox Joel Trapido Joyce Wright Consultants (Past Presidents) Wytze Gorter Sid Townsley Jim Tambor Ed Barnet Activities, 1992-93 09/17 Stan Sheriff on intercollegiate athletics 10/15 Dan Boylan on the current Hawaii political situation 11/19 Davis Shimabukuro on the Employees Retirement System investments 02/15 Prof. Belinda Aquino on the current situation in the Philippines as it affects US-Philippine relations 03/18 Nina Kostrimona, Visiting Professor from Russia 04/15 Luncheon at KCC. (?): Dr. Donald Char on health conditions in China Important Board Decisions and Discussion 06/15 Treasurer McArdle reports only 79 members paid dues in the preceding year. 09/17 Preliminary proposal presented for an Emeriti Center along the lines of the on at USC. James Takushi suggested that a proposal be presented to UHM administration. 01/23 Telephone committee formed to contact members (about 12 each) and urge attendance at May general meeting. Committee Chairman R. Bowers suggested contacting inactive members as well. 03/18 The Emeriti Center would not duplicate FRAUHM. It would be to get the University to take a more responsible position with regard to maintaining official contact with faculty after they retire, instead of being laissez faire about it. Past President Gorter proposes that memorial recognition be given at the May meeting to members who died this past year.
Officers and Board members, 1993-94 President: Bluebell Standal 1st Vice-President: Jim Koshi 2nd Vice-President: Rohma Bowers Secretary: James Burgoyne Treasurer: Minoru Shinoda Board of Directors: (to 1994) Ann Keppel Roy McArdle Anastasia Palafox Joel Trapido Joyce Wright (to 1995) Don Char Mary Ellen DesJarlais Sueko Kimura Agnes Niyekawa Toshio Yatsushiro Consultants (Past Presidents) Wytze Gorter Sidney Townsley Wally Mitchell Ed Chui Activities, 1993-94 09/23 ? 10/21 Kiersten Johnson, EWC Consultant, and Arthur Getz "Citizens' voice at the 1992 Summit in Rio de Janeiro" 11/04 "A Conversation with President Kenneth P. Mortimer" 01/20 Dr. Alison Kay, Zoology. "Uniqueness of and danger to the Hawaiian Fauna/Silver Swords and Singing Snails" 02/14 Mr. Jared Jossem, Chairman of the Republican Party and Mr. Dennis O'Connor, Chairman of the Democratic Party "Issues we face in the 1994 elections" 03/30 Tour of Kamehameha School 04/21 Dr. Dolly, Dean of Coll. of Education, on public and private education in Hawaii 05/19 Annual Meeting and election, Treetops Restaurant Important Board Decisions and Discussions 09/23 Since new officers assume their position on July 1, after the May general membership meeting files need to be turned over from old officers to new officers during the interim. Clarified that dues paid by >new members in May/June would be accounted to the following year's membership dues. 11/04 W. Gorter confirmed that past Board policy was to permit all retirees from all UH campuses to join FRAUHM. "Manoa" was inserted in the name in case other campuses form retiree groups of their own campus members in the future. 01/20 On the deaths of members Ed Barnet and Don Johnson, $100 each to be contributed to the Edward & Orpah Barnet Fund and the Donald Johnson Fund for scholarship/award at the UH Foundation and condolence letters to be sent to the widows by our President. 04/21 With regard to UH Foundation's $25 annual service fee, it was pointed out that working through the UH Foundation eliminates the need to register as a non-profit organization and the filing of yearly tax returns.
Officers and Board members, 1994-95 President: Jim Koshi 1st Vice-President: Don Char 2nd Vice-President: Agnes Niyekawa Secretary: Joyce Wright Treasurer: James Burgoyne Board of Directors: (to 1995) Mary Ellen DesJarlais Paul Durham Sueko Kimura Norman Mellor Toshio Yatsushiro (to 1996) Donald Corbin Roy McArdle Anastasia Palafox Minoru Shinoda Rohma Bowers Consultants (Past Presidents) Wytze Gorter Sidney Townsley Wally Mitchell Ed Chui Activities, 1994-95 09/15 Dr. Dan Boylan: "Election Eve Rumbling" 10/20 Dr. Patricia Blanchette, Prof. of Medicine, on "Medicare" 11/17 Dr. Anthony Lenzer, Retired Professor of Gerontology, on "Third Phase of Life" 12/12 Holiday Lunch Social at Treetops Restaurant (Members $10, Guests $12) 01/19 Mona Chock, Alumni Association Administrator, on the advantages of FRAUHM's association with UHAA 02/16 "Death as a final healing phase" by Dr. Mitsuo Aoki 03/16 Planned but cancelled? Evangeline Dunbar on helping Alzheimer patients care-givers 04/20 James Pietsch, J.D.: "Legal Issues in Advance Care Directives" 05/18 Annual Meeting, at Waioli Tea Room Important Board Decisions and Discussions 11/17 Approved subsidy of the Christmas party by $500. A. Niyekawa reported the results of a survey. Of 240 questionnaires attached to the September Newsletter, 41 (17%) had been returned. Many of them favored more socializing and opportunities to keep in touch with former colleagues. Mona Chock, UH Alumni Affairs Administrator, spoke to the board about tangible benefits derived by members by FRAUHM's affiliation with UHAA. The March-May Newsletter included a one-page note on the advantages that could be derived from FRAUHM's affiliation with UHAA and a "Prefernce Response" form. There were 24 responses. Six were already UHAA members, three were life members, and 15 expressed interest in dual membership in FRAUHM and UHAA.
Officers and Board members, 1995-96 President: Agnes Niyekawa 1st VicePresident: Sid Townsley 2nd VicePresident: Anastacio Palafox Secretary: Joyce Wright Treasurer: Bluebell Stendal Board of Directors: (to 1996) Rohma Bowers Paul Durham Tony Lenzer Roy McArdle Minoru Shinoda (to 1997) Ralph Berger Jim Burgoyne Don Char Dorothy Matsuo Kay Wery Tosh Yatsushiro Activities, 1995-96 09/14 Mr. Lyle Nelson, "All you wanted to know about ..." 10/12 Dean Richard Dubonoski, College of Social Sciences "The Present Status of the University of Hawaii and What Retired Faculty Can Do" 11/09 Prof. Ruth Dawson, Women's Studies Program, on her attendence at the Beijing Conference on Women 12/14 Prof. Ibrahim Aoude, Ethnic Studies Program, on current Middle East accord 01/11 Mr. Jim Becker, "The Decline and Fall of the Foreign Correspondent" 02/08 Lunch at `Ohelo Dining Room, Kapi`olani Community College 03/14 Dr, Isabella Abbott, Wilder Professor of Botany, "Uses of Hawaiian Plants" 04/11 Dr. Peter Manicas, Professor of Sociology and Director of Liberal Studies, "War and Politics" 05/09 Lunch and Annual Meeting at Campus Center Executive Dining Room Important Board Decisions and Discussions 08/14 It was decided to change Board/General meeting dates from the fourth Thursday to the second, to make it easier to obtain UH administrators as speakers. Because many FRAUHM members had expressed a desire for more socializing, it was decided to use Campus Center cafeteria dining rooms, giving those who came at 12:00 an hour to socialize before the 1:00 meeting. Affiliation with UHAA remained unaccomplished; FRAUHM's not being incorporated created some problems, and the expected benefits would not be forthcoming. 02/08 R. Berger found support for his idea of producing a membership directory and promised a draft for the next meeting. 03/10 R. Berger's membership directory draft was reviewed, and final format determined. Another Significant Change Until this year, meetings had taken place at 3:00 or 3:30, in the nearest thing to a conference room in the speaker's Department. Dr. Niyekawa started having the meetings in one of the smaller rooms at the cafeteria, at noon. This change, plus notices in Ka Leo inviting anyone to attend, resulted in much greater attendance thenceforth.
Officers and Board members, 1996-97 President: Sid Townsley 1st VicePresident: [vacant?] 2nd VicePresident: L. Ralph Berger Secretary: Ira Lichton Treasurer: Agnes Niyekawa Board of Directors: (to 1997) Jim Burgoyne Kay Wery Toshio Yatsushiro Don Char Tony Lenzer (for Ralph Berger) Kay Wery (to 1998) Rohma Bowers Paul Durham Roy McArdle Anastacio Palafox Sheldon Varney Activities, 1996-97 09/12 ?Prof. Robert Cole, on the Institute for Lifelong Learning? 10/09 (Wednesday) One-hour tour of Lyon Arboretum 11/14 Prof. E. Alison Kay, "What Darwin Didn't Know" 12/12 Catered luncheon, Campus Center Executive Dining Room ($10; guests $13) 01/09 Prof. Michael Hadfield, "Biology-Ecology of Hawaiian Tree Snails" 02/13 Prof. Emeritus George Akita, "Doing Research the Hard Way; Is This Really Retirement?" 03/13 Dr. Hugh V. Everly, Threats to the State of Hawaii Retirement and Health Systems" 04/10 Prof. Duane Preble, Looking for the Heart of Education" 05/08 Businuess meeting, elections, luncheon at Ala Wai Golf Course Clubhouse dining room Important Board Decisions and Discussions 11/14 S. Townsley to appoint committee for revision of by-laws, chaired by A. Lenzer. 04/24 Made decisions as to what by-law changes would be proposed to the general membership.
Officers and Board members, 1997-98 President: Bob Cole 1st VicePresident: Sheldon Varney 2nd VicePresident: L. Ralph Berger Secretary: Ira Lichton Treasurer: Nora Kirkpatrick Board of Directors: (to 1998) Rohma Bowers Paul Durham Roy McArdle Anastacio L. Palafox G. Raymon Nunn (to 1999) Ruth Iams Robert Kamins Elizabeth McCutcheon Perry Phillip Theodore Woodin Consultants (Past Presidents) Ed Chui Wytze Gorter Jim Koshi Agnes Niyekawa Bluebell Standal Sid Townsley Activities, 1997-98 09/?? (At AAUW Residence in Makiki) Harris Gitlin, on his retirement adventures in a 30-foot ketch 10/09 (In Student Services Bldg) Robert Kiste, Professor and Director of the Center for Pacific Studies "The Contemporary Pacific: Projections into the Next Century" 11/13 (In then "Porteus" Hall 704) Dr. Barry Coyne, Clinical Psychologist "Managing Sex Offenders in Hawaii" 12/02 (at 2:30) field trip to Kewalo Basin Marine Mammal Laboratory 01/08 Dr. Gigliola Baruffi, MD, MPH, UH School of Public Health "Worsening Pregnancy Outcomes Among Samoan Women in Hawaii" 02/12 Prof. James Brandon, Dept. of Theater and Dance, "The History of Asian Theater at UH" 03/03 Field trip to the Heritage House at Kamehameha 03/12 Prof. Emeritus Agnes Niyekawa, "Culture, Language and Thought: Problems in Translation" 04/09 Annual Luncheon and Business Meeting, `Ohelo Bldg., Kapi`olani Community College 05/07 Prof. Seiji Naya, Dept. of Economics, Director of Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism "Hawaii's Economic Problems" Important Board Decisions and Discussions, 1997-98 06/19 In return for a list of recent retirees, FRAUHM to name a member to serve on Aloha United Way committeeBackto top or to Home Page
Officers and Board members, 1998-99 President: Ira Lichton VicePresident: Al Benedict Secretary: LoRaine Carlson Treasurer: Ruth Brantley Board of Directors: (to 1999) Ruth Iams Robert Kamins Elizabeth McCutcheon Perry Phillip Theodore Woodin (to 2000) Tony Lenzer Norman Mellor Past President Bob Cole Activities, 1998-99 09/10 Prof. Cedric B. Cowing, "New England Witches Revisited" 10/08 Robert Kamins and Robert Potter on their new book, Malamalama: a History of the University of Hawaii 11/12 Professor Belinda A. Aquino, Departments of Political Science of Asian Studies and Director of Center for Philippine Studies "Phillipine Democracy and the 1998 Elections" 12/10 (At Treetops Restaurant) Dr. Tony Perry, discussing the Honolulu Method of cloning mice 01/14 Law Professor Randall W. Roth, "Lessons Learned from the Bishop Estate Fiasco" 01/18 Field trip to Waikiki Aquarium 02/11 Prof. Alexander Malahoff, "Aftermath of Lo`ihi's Collapse: Descent into Pele's Pit" 03/11 Prof. Hubert V. Everly, reviewing 1999 Legislative Session and possible changes to laws/regulations on retiree benefits 03/22 Field trip to Hawaii Convention Center 04/08 Prof. Kenneth Kipnis, Chairperson of Dept. of Philosophy, on medical ethics 05/13 Duane Preble, Prof. Emeritus of Art on how adults can help children discover and sustain imagination and creativity Important Board Decisions and Discussions 10/08 Change to by-laws providing eligibility for membership to spouses of anyone eligible for membership. 12/11 Board approved transfer of FRAUHM funds from UH Foundation to commercial bank.
Officers and Board members, 1999-2000 President: [vacant] VicePresident: Charlotte Oser Secretary: LoRaine Carlson Treasurer: Ruth Brantley Board Members: Reed Brantley Roy McArdle Norman Mellor Bob Cole Jim McCutcheon Past President: Ira Lichton Activities, 1999-2000 09/09 Dr. Roger T. Ames, Director, Center for Chinese Studies, "Continuing the Conversation with China on Human Rights" 10/14 Elizabeth Meahl, Community Health Development, "Geriatric Nutrition" 11/18 Dr. David S. McClain, Henry A. Walker Distinguished Professor of Business Enterprise & Professor of Financial Economics and Institutions, "Investing in the Millennium" 12/09 (At Treetops Restaurant) Karl Kim re city planning was scheduled as of 10/14 board minutes 01/13 Dr. Kenneth P. Mortimer, President, UH, and Chancellor, UHM 02/ 03/09 The Hon. Mike McCormack (D-WA), "Science Literacy: Critical in Our Society" 04/ 05/
Officers and Board Members, 2000-01 President: Jim McCutcheon Vice President: Bart Mathias Secretary: Ruth Brantley Treasurer: Roy McArdle Elected Members-at-Large: Andrew In Ira Lichton Reed Brantley Norman Meller(?) Bob Cole Ex-Officio: Ralph Berger (Newsletter editor) Activities, 2000-2001 09/12 Reception for President Mortimer at College Hill (evening) 10/12 Dean Edward Cadman of the Medical School, "The Future of the Medical School" 11/09 Dan Boylan, 12/14 (at Treetops) Dr. Randy Hitz, Dean of College of Education, "" 01/11 Dr. M. Lee Goff, Forensic Anthropologist, "Forensic Entomology" 02/08 Dr. Anthony Marsella, Prof. of Psychology, "" 03/08 Dr. Bluebell Stendall, Emeritus Nutrionalist, "Health is in the Making, Wisdom is in the Eating" 04/12 Scheduled meeting cancelled due to system-wide University strike 05/10 Meeting at The Maritime Museum and Restaurant, followed by optional tour
Officers and Board members, 2001-02 President: Jim McCutcheon Vice President: Bart Mathias Secretary: Lela Goodell Treasurer: Roy McArdle Elected Members-at-Large: Andrew In Michaelyn Chou Bob Cole Ex-Officio: Ralph Berger (Newsletter editor) Activities, 2001-2002 09/13 , "" 10/11 Cedric B. Cowing, Professor Emeritus of History, "Luther Burbank, Plant Wizard" 11/08 John DeFrancis, Emeritus Prof. of Chinese, "In the Footsteps of Kublai Khan"(?) 12/13 (at Treetops Restaurant) Dr. John Craven, , "" 01/10 Oscar Kurren, , "Assisted Living, Developments For the Elderly in Hawaii"(?) 05/07 University of Hawaii President Dobelle, "" Meeting at Kapi`olani Community College; Mrs. Dobelle among guests
Officers and Board members, 2002-03 President: Bart Mathias Vice President: Harvey Gochros Secretary: Lela Goodell Treasurer: Roy McArdle Board Members: Donald Char Michaelyn Chou Cedric Cowing Ruth Kleinfeld Ex-Officio: Ralph Berger (Newsletter editor) Jim McCutcheon, Past President Activities, 2002-03 09/ Dr. Rold-Peter Kudritzki, Director of the Institute for Astronomy, " 12/19 James (Jim) Rumford, Writer and Illustrator, "The Traveling Man of Manoa; Author and Illustrator" (at Treetops) 01/16 Dr. Victor Kobayashi, Prof. of Educational Foundations, "Adventures and Misadventures of a Former Dean" 03/13 Dr. Roger T. Ames, Professor of Philosophy, "Human Rights in China: A Cultural Perspective" 04/10 Dr. Edward J. Shultz, Prof. of History and Director Center for Korean Studies, "Korea: North and South" 05/08 Marion Kelly, Retired Emeritus, Dept. of Ethnic Studies, "Interpreting the 'Akaka Bill'"
Officers and Board members, 2003-04 President: Bart Mathias Vice President: Harvey Gochros Secretary: John Hall Treasurer: Roy McArdle Elected Members-at-Large: Donald Char Cedric Cowing Ruth Kleinfeld Ex-officio Members: Ralph Berger, Newsletter editor Jim McCutcheon, Past President Activities, 2003-04 09/11 Dr. Michael L. Forman, Professor of Linguistics, "Faculty Senate Survivor" 10/09 Dr. Mitsuo Aoki, Emeritus Prof. of Religion, "Living Your Dying" 11/13 Dr. Meheroo Jussawalla, Emerita Senior Fellow in Telecommunications, "Informational Technology Parks in India and Singapore" 12/11 (at Tree Tops Restaurant) Chancellor Peter Englert, "A New Manoa" 02/12 Dr. Beverly Keever, Prof., SAchool of Communications, "The Univiversity of Hawai`i - A Need for Transparency" 03/12 Dr. Leslie Tam, Prof. of Tropical Medicine and Medical Microbiology (retired), "Problem-Based Learning" 04/08 Dr. Roseanne Harrigan, Chair of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, "Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Health Care" 05/13 Dr. Chris Lee, Chairman of the Academy for Creative Media, "The New Academy of Creative Media" Buffet luncheon, Executive Dining Room
Officers and Board members, 2004-05 President: Cedric Cowing Vice President: Harvey Gochros Secretary: John Hall Treasurer: Roy McArdle Elected Members-at-large: Bob Campbell Donald Char Paul Hooper Ruth Kleinfeld Jacqui Maly Ex-Officio: Ralph Berger (Newsletter editor) Bart Mathias, Past President Activities, 2004-05 09/09 Dr. George Simson, Prof. Emeritus of English, "The Do-It Yourself Biography Center" 10/14 Prof. Mary E. Tiles, Dept. of Philosophy, President of UHPA, "The role of UHPA at UH" 11/18 John Griffin, emeritus writer for Honolulu Avertiser and UH Alumnus, "The changing role of the University in Hawaii" 12/09 Dr. Neal Smatresk, Vice Chancellor, at Treetops Restaurant, "Early impressions of UH Manoa, Status of the Faculty Club and Concerns with UH Retirees" 01/13 Prof. Jerry H. Bentley, Department of History, "University of Hawaii, the Leader in World History" 02/10 Prof. Robert Perkinson, Dept. of American Studies, "Texas Tough: The Prison Empire" 03/10 Visit to Windward Community College (WCC), arranged by Jacqueline Maly 04/14 Diane Perushek, University Librarian, "Hamilton Library and the Flood" 05/12 Dr Thomas A. Schroeder, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Meteorology and Atmospheric Research, Chair, UH Senate Executive Committee, "My Year in Hell -- Major Concerns of the Manoa Senate, Including Retirees Parking"
Officers and Board members, 2005-06 President: Cedric Cowing Vice President: Harvey L. Gochros Secretary: John B. Hall Treasurer: Roy McArdle Elected Members-at-large: Bob Campbell Donald Char Paul Hooper Ruth Kleinfeld Virgie Chattergy Ex-Officio: Ralph Berger (Newsletter editor) Bart Mathias, Past President Activities, 2005-06 09/08 Dr. James H. Pietsch, Director, Elder Law Program, Richardson Law School, "Plan for the worst. Expect the best. Elder Law in Hawai`i" 10/13 UH President David McClain, "The Changes at the University of Hawai`i" 11/10 Dr. Rebecca L. Cann, Professor, Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, "Modern Human Origins & the Development of Language" 12/15 (At Tree Tops Restaurant at Paradise Park) Professor Joseph Stanton, Arts and Humanities, "Tales can be true: Finding poems in picture books, museums, baseball and the termites under your feet" 01/12 Dr. Cedric Cowing, "America's War for Independence--Recollections from 2006" 02/09 Terrence Knapp, Emeritus Professor of Theater, "A Celebration of Love" 03/09 Kaka`ako Medical Facility tour 04/13 (In Krauss Hall 112) Abe Arkoff, Psychology, and Rebecca Goodman, Lifelong Learning, "The Illuminated Life" 05/11 Dean Aviam Soifer, Dean of the University of Hawaii Law School, "The Rule of Law in Perilous Times: An American Constitutional Perspective" Election of Officers for 2006-2007
Officers and Board members, 2006-07 President: Harvey Gochros Vice President: George Simson Secretary: Fred W. Riggs Treasurer: H. Roy McArdle Elected Members-at-Large: Robert Campbell Ruth Kleinfeld-Lenney Virgie Chattergy Ted Rogers Seiji Naya Ex-Officio Members: L. Ralph Berger, Newsletter Editor Fred Riggs, Chair, Liaison Committee (CLUH) Cedric Cowing, Immediate Past President Bart Mathias, Webmaster Activities, 2006-07 09/14 Discussion: OPPORTUNITIES FOR ELDERS 10/12 Frank Boas (University of Hawaii Foundation), "Governing UH: Problems and Prospects" 11/09 Speaker: W. Steven Ward of the Burns Medical School, "Reproductive Research at UH" 12/14 (At Tree Tops Restaurant at Paradise Park) Discussions of FRAUHM interactions with UH 01/11 Dr. David M. Karl, Professor of Oceanography, "The Sea of Microbes" 02/08 James Oliver Horton, Distinguished Visiting Professor, American Studies "American Black history" 03/08 Dr. Michael E. Chauvin, M. Phil., Ph.D., "David Kalakaua: Hawaii's Astronomer-King" 04/12 Robert Bley-Vroman, "Governing UH--And Roles for Retirees" 05/10 (With buffet lunch) Business Meeting: Election of Officers, 2007-2008 Moderator: Dr. Virgie Chattergy Discussion Leaders: Oliver Lee and Agnes Niyekawa "Crossing Cultural Borders, Personal and Profession Experience" Other activities this year included improving the service to the University specified in our by-laws by having FRAUHM members serve on certain Faculty committees.Back to top or to Home Page
Officers and Board members, 2007-08 President: Fred Riggs (Passed away mid-term. Post filled by Bob Campbell, Vice President) Vice President: Bob Campbell Secretary: Bart Mathias Treasurer: H. Roy McArdle Elected Members-at-Large: Ruth Kleinfeld-Lenney Virgie Chattergy Ted Rogers George Simson Don Char Wassim Siddiqui Ex-Officio Members: L. Ralph Berger, Newsletter Editor Fred Riggs, Chair, Liaison Committee (CLUH) Cedric Cowing, Immediate Past President Bart Mathias, Webmaster Activities, 2007-08 09/10 Shiela Conant, "Hawaii's Sea Birds" 10/08 Danny Kwok, "Nightinggales and Magpies: Voices out of China (political dissent after Tiananmen Square)" 11/13 Centennial Players, "Centennial Players Re-Enact Founding of UH" Victor Kobayashi, "Kobayashi Shows Photos of Historic Manoa Buildings" 12/12 (At Tree Tops Restaurant at Paradise Park) Chancellor Victoria Hinshaw, "A Century of Change" 01/15 Prof. William R. Chapman, "Historic Preservation" 02/12 Sue Cowing "Poetry for Hawaii's Keiki" 03/12 Prof. Davianna McGregor, "Nā Kua`aina--Living Hawaiian Culture" 04/08 Prof. James Dator, "Futures of Hawaii: The Unholy Trinity Plus One" 05/13 Buffet Lunch, and Dr. Ruey Ryburn, "Complementary and Alternative Medicine--Integrating with Western Medicine"
Officers and Board members, 2008-09 President: Jacquie Maly/Bob Campbell Vice President: Bob Campbell Secretary: Bart Mathias Treasurer: H. Roy McArdle Elected Members-at-Large: Ruth Kleinfeld-Lenney Virgie Chattergy Ted Rogers George Simson Don Char Wassim Siddiqui Ex-Officio Members: Bart Mathias, Webmaster Activities, 2008-09 09/09 Dr. Panos D. Prevedouros, "Mass Transit on Oahu" 10/14 Jim Donovan, Athletic Director, "Issues Facing the Athletic Department" 11/12 Howard Dicus, of KGMB9, brought us up to date on the economic crisis. 12/09 Carol Mon Lee, Honolulu District Member, Board of Education, at Tree Tops Restaurant spoke on "A New Perspective on Public Education" 01/13 West O`ahu Chancellor Gene Awakuni: "The present and Future of the West Oahu Campus" 02/10 Dr. Cedric Cowing, "Major Transitions In U.S. History (King George-George Washington; Buchanan-Lincoln; Bush-Obama, with special focus on HERBERT HOOVER-FRANKLIN ROOSEVELT(1932-1933)" 03/10 Dr. Donald Char, MD, Discussion: "Universal Health Care for All Americans?" 04/14 Barbara Stanton, Director of AARP-Hawaii, member of the Board of Directors, Maunalani Foundation and Nursing Care "Long Term Health Care: A Threat to Hawaii's Healthcare Future" 05/10 Retirees Reception, Queen Lili`uokalani Center for Student Services, Room 412, 4:00--6:00 Speaker: Dr. David McClain, UH President Activities, 2009-10 09/08 Dean Jerris Hedges, Dean and Professor of Medicine at John A. Burns School of Medicine "Health Care Reform Update and Hawaii" 10/13 Dr. Laurence Paxton, talk and tour at Music Complex 11/10 Dr. Robert McGlone, Associate Professor of History. "John Brown's War Against Slavery" 12/01 Lunch with new UH President Dr. M.R.C. Greenwood at Kapi`olani Community College 01/12 Professor Kenneth Kipnis, "Disasters, Catastrophies, and Worse: A Framework for Analysis" 02/08 Professor Alice Dewey, "Accomplishments and Anthropology of Ann Dunham (Soetoro), President Obama's Mother" 03/09 Former Governor Ben Cayetano spoke about his book, Ben, a Memoir: From Street Kid to Governor. 04/18 Bishop Museum Proctor and FRAUHM member Jacquie Maly led those fortunate enough to attend on a tour of the newly renovated Hawaiian Hall from 11:00 to 1:00 on this Sunday FRAUHM outing. Marvelously informative and entertaining, though it will take many more visits to truly appreciate what is there. Most of us followed with lunch and a visit to the planetarium where the master of ceremonies kept mispronouncing Hōkūleʻ. 05/13 End-of-year meeting, with catered lunch and elections. Special guest speaker: Reed Dasenbrock, Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.