Jay Hartwell

Student Media Advisor

University of Hawai`i at Manoa

Office of Student Affairs

Office of Student Life and Development

2445 Campus Road, Hemenway Hall, Room 107, Honolulu, Hawai`i  96822

  808-956-3217/voice   808-956-9962/fax

hartwell@hawaii.edu   http://www.kaleo.org   http://ktuh.org

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Surviving Reader Outrage

College Editor to Summer Intern to The Job

High School to College Editor to Summer Intern to The Job.

Preparing Your Resume, Clips and Cover Letter.

My Vitae

Na Mamo: Hawaiian People Today

College Media Association

Collegiate Broadcasters, Inc.

Natl. Fed. of Community Broadcasters

Student Press Law Center

Since 1997 I have been the faculty advisor to Ka Leo O Hawai`i, the three-times-a-week student newspaper for the Manoa campus, and Hawai`i Review, the literary journal. I also formerly served as advisor to KTUH, the student-managed, 3,000-watt FM station (90.3-Honolulu, 91.1-North Shore, and 89.9-Windward O`ahu) that is licensed to the UH Board of Regents. As a member of the Hawaii Publishers Association, I coordinate the annual Hawaii High School Journalism Awards in the spring and Journalism Day training in the fall for state high school students.

I came to the University after 20 years in journalism and communications; first as a summer intern for Honolulu's afternoon newspaper (Honolulu Star-Bulletin. 1977 and 1979), then as a general assignment reporter for Honolulu's morning newspaper (The Honolulu Advertiser, 1980-1988). Those papers merged in 2010 to form the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

I left the newspaper to write Na Mamo: Hawaiian People Today (`Ai Pohaku Press), which won Hawai`i Book of the Year and Excellence in Hawaiian Culture honors in 1997. I also served as Communications Officer for the Honolulu City Council (1992-1994). Since joining the University, Ka Leo and KTUH and their staffs have won national and state honors for their work, including consecutive Pa`i Awards for College Newspaper Excellence.

The College Media Association selected me for the Reid H. Montgomery Distinguished Service Award in 2012, and in 2013 I was awarded a Fulbright Scholar award to teach journalism in Viet Nam for the 2013-2014 academic year.