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University of Hawaii Athletics Director Herman Frazier to Visit Big Island for Public Lecture

University of Hawaiʻi
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Posted: Feb 20, 2004

WHAT: "Managing an NCAA Division I Athletic Department"

The University of Hawaiʻi Professors, Deans and Directors Lecture Series featuring UH Mānoa Director of Athletics and Olympic Gold Medalist Herman Frazier.

WHEN: Tuesday, February 24, 2004
6 p.m. — 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Four Seasons Hualalai
Kona, Hawaiʻi


BACKGROUND: The University of Hawaiʻi Professors, Deans and Directors Lecture Series with Herman Frazier is the first in a four-part spring series offered by Hawaiʻi Community College and its UH Center, West Hawaiʻi in partnership with UH Mānoa.

Frazier will share his vision of taking UH athletics to the next level. He believes Hawaiʻi is just beginning to tap its potential. With more than a quarter century of experience in athletic administration and extensive ties with the NCAA and the international sporting community, Frazier has taken charge of UH Mānoa‘s 9-sport, $16 million athletics program.

Frazier, a 1976 Olympic gold and bronze medalist, serves as one of three vice presidents of the U.S. Olympic Committee, having been elected to that post in 1996.

Seating is limited for this free public lecture. Call 322-4853 to RSVP or for more information.

Media coverage is invited and encouraged.