While the tradition of hosting all staff and faculty for an annual holiday luncheon was canceled this year due to COVID-19, Chaminade University is still pleased to recognize and honor select individuals for their years of service to the university ‘ohana.
Forty two individuals were recognized this year for meeting milestones in their careers at Chaminade. Of particular note was Marlene Baker who celebrated a 45-year career in the Records office at Chaminade.
Both Dr. Bryan Man, professor of Sociology, and Dr. Michio Yamasaki, professor of Historical and Political Studies, have also dedicated the majority of their careers to Chaminade, with each celebrating 40 years of service this year.
This year has brought incredible change to the university, and we continue to be proud of how our community has responded. Our staff, faculty and students have consistently risen to meet the moment, address challenges and adapt to new times, and we could not be more grateful.
While we regret that we are unable to come together to celebrate in person this year, we wish our entire university ‘ohana a restful holiday and a happy and healthy new year, and we offer a whole-hearted congratulations to those who are celebrating career milestones this year.