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Gee served as dean of the University of Hawaii at Mānoa School of Travel Industry Management from 1976 until his retirement in 1999.
Gee has received numerous awards, including the Award of Excellence for Tourism Education from the National Tourism Administration of the Peoples Republic of China, Pacific Asia Travel Associations Presidential Award and Grand Award for Individual Educational Accomplishment, Academy of Tourism Organizations NOAH Award and Travel Industry Associations America Hall of Leaders Award.
The State of Hawaii honored him as State Manager of the Year in 1995 and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin in 1999 named him one of the 100 people who made a difference for the State of Hawaii during the 20th Century.
It was attended by more than 200 guests from around the world - Dean Gee has donated more than US,000 of the cash gift received for his birthday party to Scholarship.
The UH System now comprises all public higher education in the State and provides a rich array of associate, baccalaureate, graduate, and professional degrees and certificates to about 60,000 students through seven community colleges, two baccalaureate campuses and a major research university that holds land-, space- and sea-grant designations. The University of Hawaii at Manoa has launched a search for new deans to lead the School of Architecture and the School of Travel Industry Management.
Both schools are currently being led by interim deans: Thomas Bingham, who replaced Dean Clark Llewellyn earlier this year, is interim dean of the School of Architecture and Juanita Liu has been the interim dean for the TIM school.
The two committees will recommend finalists to Dasenbrock and UH Manoa Chancellor Tom Apple. Gees most outstanding contributions have been in the development of human resources through education and training that have enabled the industry to respond to challenges and adapt to changes throughout the past decades.
He provided the leadership to the School of Travel Industry Management (TIM) of the University of Hawaii as its longest serving dean, successfully fulfilling the goals and the visions of the schools founders. Since his retirement, the School of TIM has continued to elevate tourism management as a professional field and provided guidance and assistance to many other institutions in the Pacific Asia region and the Middle East.