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The Mānoa Staff Senate was officially approved by President David Lassner on July 26, 2019.

The creation of a staff senate is a momentous step forward in furthering shared governance, transparency, and effective communication at UH Mānoa.

The senate is committed to the betterment of the university and is responsible for collaborating with the administration in the development, review, and implementation of university policies and operations that impact and concern UHM staff.


This website will be the senate’s primary platform to communicate with the staff community at-large.

 

Announcements
01Dec

Phase 2 Mānoa Administrative Reorganization Proposal Consultation

Aloha Staff Colleagues ~ We hope this message finds you and your family safe and well.  As many of you may have heard, the university has begun official consultation with shared governance groups on the Phase 2 Mānoa Administrative Reorganization Proposal. Phase 2, UH Mānoa Administrative Reorganization Proposal (posted November 18, 2020) Attachment to the proposal:  Detailed listing of positions…

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06Nov

Fall 2020 Election Results

Congratulations to the following ten (10) senators who will be serving for the term January 2021 to June 2022.  There were no ties this election. Bernadette Baraquio Regina Cummings Carl Dionne Diane Nakashima Christie Nitta Cindy Rote Destin Shigano Sarah Simmons Lori Ward Seth Yoshioka-Maxwell We would like to take this opportunity to express our sincere appreciation to the following…

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29Sep

Mānoa Reorganization – What You Can Do

Aloha, The Mānoa Staff Senate (MSS) would like to express our appreciation to all staff employees who continue to work hard to ensure our university runs smoothly, especially during these unprecedented times. As we adjust to this new "normal," we understand Provost Brunoʻs recent announcement regarding the proposed program changes and budget cuts may have created additional anxiety. We want…

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