Re-Open Search for UH President
  • Petitioning Jeff Portnoy

This petition will be delivered to:

Jeff Portnoy
Michelle Tagorda
Lee Putnam
Stanford Yuen
Barry Mizuno
Eugene Bal
Randy Moore
James Lee
Ben Kudo
Jeffrey Acido
John Dean
Saedene Ota
Coralie Matayoshi
Tome Shigemoto
Jan Sullivan
John Holzman
Carl Carlson

Re-Open Search for UH President

    1. Donna Mercado Kim
    2. Petition by

      Donna Mercado Kim

      Hawaii State Senate President

Please join us by signing this online petition asking the Board of Regents to re-open the search for the University of Hawaii President.  This is too important of a decision. 

To:
Jeff Portnoy
Michelle Tagorda
Lee Putnam
Stanford Yuen
Barry Mizuno
Eugene Bal
Randy Moore
James Lee
Ben Kudo
Jeffrey Acido
John Dean
Saedene Ota
Coralie Matayoshi
Tome Shigemoto
Jan Sullivan
John Holzman
Carl Carlson
Please re-open the search for the new President of the University of Hawaii system.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    1. Reached 200 signatures

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    Reasons for signing

    • Alan Streicher HONOLULU, HI
      • 3 months ago

      UH is going down hill, soon to be lost. It is a school not a sports program.

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    • Earleen Keliikuli PEARL CITY, HI
      • 4 months ago

      I believe that some candidates that were overlook could be the one that can get the job done.

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    • Paul Miller KANEOHE, HI
      • 5 months ago

      UH needs to be more than a mediocre spendthrift University!

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    • Rena Blumberg KIHEI, HI
      • 5 months ago

      I am a graduate of UH Manoa Outreach with a BA in Peace Studies, 2010. I am appalled at the current choice and request that the search for a new UH president is re-opened.

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    • Jerry Isdale HAUKU, HI
      • 5 months ago

      Need a UH President who can see the change that is happening in education, and act responsibly and be Pono.

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