Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
As associate vice chancellor for academic affairs, Dr. Jacqueline Honda assists the vice chancellor for academic affairs in the development and administration of UH West O‘ahu academic programs.
She oversees the campus’ institutional research and assessment, faculty and professional development, as well as curricular and co-curricular program reviews, accreditation, and administrative areas including course scheduling, lecturer and faculty hiring, and other duties.
Formerly director of institutional effectiveness at UH West Oʻahu, Honda was responsible for overseeing institutional assessment efforts for academic and co-curricular program outcomes, and leading the institutional research function for UH West Oʻahu. She acted as accreditation liaison officer and played a key role in the University’s successful Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) re-accreditation in 2015.
Prior to joining UH West Oʻahu in 2014, Honda was the associate vice president for retention and inclusive student success and director for institutional research, planning and assessment at Humboldt State University. She was also an assistant professor of higher education at UH Mānoa.
Honda has a bachelor’s degree in Japanese from the State University of New York, a master’s degree in Asian pacific liberal arts from the University of San Francisco, a master’s degree in demographics and social analysis, and a doctorate in education from the University of California, Los Angeles.