Kapiolani Community College Employee Receives UH Community College Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Service

University of Hawaiʻi
Posted: Sep 15, 2003

Christine Neves, secretary to the director of administrative services at Kapiʻolani Community College, has been awarded the University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges Chancellor‘s Award for Outstanding Service. This annual award, made possible by an anonymous donor, acknowledges the valuable contributions made to UH by community college civil service and/or administrative, professional or technical staff members.

Neves, who started working at Kapiʻolani Community College in 1996, has an enormous workload with a multitude of tasks that have direct impact on the effective operation and maintenance of the campus. These duties include working with outside agencies that utilize campus facilities, teaming with faculty and departments to coordinate teaching and classroom schedules, providing monthly travel reports required by the UH Board of Regents, and serving as desktop computer support person for the Auxiliary Services Unit. Her "can-do" attitude and spirited initiative have proven to be invaluable to the department and campus.

Neves will be recognized for her contributions to the university along with other UH award winners at a system-wide ceremony in October.