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UH president says decision to replace AD made before scam

By Ferd Lewis

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LAST UPDATED: 03:40 p.m. HST, Aug 21, 2012


In her first public statement on the subject, University of Hawaii president M. R. C. Greenwood today claimed the reassignment of athletic director Jim Donovan was not, "a result of nor derived from the investigation over the (Stevie Wonder) concert, and the two events should not have become so connected in the way that they have."

On the eve of a meeting where the school's board of regents will take up the issue of Donovan's reassignment, Greenwood included  the statement in a mass email to the "University ‘ohana."

In the email Greenwood also said: "We believe we were scammed (on the Stevie Wonder concert). When we became aware that we may have been the victims of a fraud, we immediately reported it to law enforcement and fully cooperated with law enforcement. We also initiated our own internal investigation. The results will be presented to the Board of Regents this Wednesday. In order for the investigation to proceed freely and fully, employees closely connected with the planned concert were removed from the workplace and placed on paid leave. Because we felt it unfair to make statements before facts were available, we have declined to engage in the widespread speculation about blame and accountability."

Greenwood also asserted, "At the same time, and almost coincidentally, UH Manoa administration had determined that after 4½ years of a 5-year agreement, it was time to search for a new Director of Athletics. Plans for the process and timetable for this action would have commenced regardless of the concert cancellation and ensuing investigation. The discussions regarding this personnel decision were in the early stages and not yet public, but the attention of campus leadership had already turned to the recruitment process."

GREENWOOD'S LETTER

Dear University 'Ohana,

It's the start of a new school year and we have much to celebrate with the opening of the new UH West O'ahu campus and other successful programs to advance our system of public higher education.

The last few weeks, however, have cast a cloud over our accomplishments and we've been unable to publicly refute much of the inaccuracies due to employee confidentiality and other concerns. This Wednesday, the University of Hawai'i Board of Regents will have a full and complete discussion of the facts leading to the cancelled Athletics benefit concert, examination of the university's subsequent actions, and our recommendations for moving forward. We have tried to follow, and I hope you agree that we have followed, a thoughtful and transparent process first with our Regents and then with the general public. I will be available after the meeting to answer questions and respond to concerns, and we ask for your understanding so that these matters can be handled with the appropriate attention, gravity and consideration.

Let me recap a few key facts:

1. Stevie Wonder Concert: We believe we were scammed. When we became aware that we may have been the victims of a fraud, we immediately reported it to law enforcement and fully cooperated with law enforcement. We also initiated our own internal investigation. The results will be presented to the Board of Regents this Wednesday. In order for the investigation to proceed freely and fully, employees closely connected with the planned concert were removed from the workplace and placed on paid leave. Because we felt it unfair to make statements before facts were available, we have declined to engage in the widespread speculation about blame and accountability.

2. UH Athletics Department: At the same time, and almost coincidentally, UH Manoa administration had determined that after 4 1/2 years of a 5-year agreement, it was time to search for a new Director of Athletics. Plans for the process and timetable for this action would have commenced regardless of the concert cancellation and ensuing investigation. The discussions regarding this personnel decision were in the early stages and not yet public, but the attention of campus leadership had already turned to the recruitment process.

Unfortunately, these two separate issues collided and became entangled in the public's perceptions. Personnel actions related to the future of the Athletic Department are not a result of nor derived from the investigation over the concert, and the two events should not have become so connected in the way that they have.

Please know we are deeply grateful for your concerns expressed over the last two weeks. We value your trust and pledge to continue to be transparent and open as we move forward as a university community and 'ohana.

I look forward to reporting back to you after the Regents meeting, and I thank you, as always, for the privilege of serving you, our students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, and the people of Hawai'i.

Aloha,

MRC Greenwood
President
University of Hawai'i System







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gsc wrote:
These people are spending our tax payers money with out any reguard.....And we're not talking peanuts............
on August 21,2012 | 03:23PM
loquaciousone wrote:
A green apple a day takes the bs away.
on August 21,2012 | 03:24PM
tim5fl wrote:
Very well said,time to dump Greenwood.
on August 21,2012 | 03:31PM
Wonderful_World wrote:
And the Apple guy too!!!!
on August 21,2012 | 03:59PM
luvshawaii wrote:
Yup, that's the real scam.
on August 21,2012 | 07:13PM
bobbob wrote:
Do they really think people believe all this crap. Hard to believe this whole thing was mismanaged as badly as it was.
on August 21,2012 | 05:32PM
Oahuan wrote:
BS!
on August 21,2012 | 03:26PM
Big C wrote:
Really sounds like a bunch of BU..! What is the world is Donovan doing now, since he is not the AD. A highly paid, glorified, desk warmer?
on August 21,2012 | 03:37PM
culi wrote:
They give Jim Donovan high remarks but that is not good enough. May be we should try Fred Von Appen. Appen is pretty close to Apple.
on August 21,2012 | 03:39PM
Mahalo wrote:
CYA... is what your always told in business... Really, your plan was always to not renew his contract but give him a job that pays $200K (plus) a year to do what again.. Thats right you don't have a name or job description yet for it.. BS if this was true you would have give him your letter of intention that you were not renewing his AD contract and paid out his salary to him and sent him on his mery way...
on August 21,2012 | 03:45PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
OK, all together now....."Yeah, sure."
on August 21,2012 | 03:49PM
WesleySMori wrote:
"OK", "POPOKI _LAKI". "YEAH SURE"!!! 1 More Time; "YEAH SURE"!!!! "LOL"!!! :-) !!!!!!!!!!! "GOD BLESS HAWAII & AMERICA"!!!!!!!!!!!!!
on August 21,2012 | 06:17PM
Wonderful_World wrote:
Why was another position created if there was no wrong doing by the AD? Couldn't he finish up his contract? She thinks the people of Hawaii & the UH students are really dumb & clueless!
on August 21,2012 | 03:53PM
Masami wrote:
Shhhhh..........can you hear it? "QUACK......QUACK...........QUACK"
on August 21,2012 | 03:56PM
geralddeheer wrote:
So, Jim Donovan was toast prior to any concert booking. OK, assuming that is truth, why did you decide to dump Jim Donovan? Where were the criteria? And, what it in your plan to fire Donovan as AD, move him to some other position, pay him the same as AD? So, is the position that Donovan now moves to the same that you were 'originally' intending to send him to? If so, when were you going to work in the $100,000 pay increase? Based on what criteria? Or was it your original plan to fire Donovan without re-hiring him elsewhere in the system? President Greenwood, the credibility of the University appears to be resting on quicksand.
on August 21,2012 | 03:56PM
Bothrops wrote:
good questions
on August 21,2012 | 04:26PM
OldDiver wrote:
Gerald, this was done to shut Jim Donovan up.
on August 21,2012 | 07:19PM
sukebesan wrote:
The more Ms. Greenworm tries to explain herself, the less the concerned public believes her.
on August 21,2012 | 03:57PM
kapoleidude1 wrote:
sounds like a lot of crock to me! as an alumni of UH, it's kinda shame to see our university administrators put up all the BS which makes everyone there seem like a joke! Get it together UH!
on August 21,2012 | 04:00PM
uh4eva wrote:
yup!
on August 21,2012 | 06:01PM
hemahema wrote:
This comment has been deleted.
on August 21,2012 | 04:01PM
Masami wrote:
"Don't pee on my head and tell me it's raining." Agreed. This PISSES ME OFF. I'm a UH alumnus and to hear these poor LIES....yes LIES.....to somehow "explain" what occurred. I'm sorry but I "wasn't born yesterday". Next time the UH Foundation calls me for their annual fundraising I'm giving them the "I'm sorry, but after WONDERGATE and no UH ADMINISTRATOR having the morals in telling us the TRUTH.............FOGIT IT!"
on August 21,2012 | 04:09PM
nj24 wrote:
UH Foundation calls me 2x a year. I'm going to give them $0.00, next time. I'm so Pissed off on this BS.
on August 21,2012 | 04:36PM
kailua000 wrote:
Ditto
on August 21,2012 | 07:53PM
waverider808 wrote:
ditto
on August 21,2012 | 09:28PM
hawaiianstyle wrote:
Wow! Does she think local people are that dumb. This is an embarrassment to her and UH. According to Apple he was "fantastic" and can reapply for the job. This totally contradicts Greenwood's letter and statement. How can you trust any of them now?? They should keep their mouths shut and resign because the more they try to justify and explain themselves the dumber they look.
on August 21,2012 | 04:02PM
Masami wrote:
The thing about LIARS.......there's no CONSISTENCY TO THEIR STORIE(S) and that's what exposes them.
on August 21,2012 | 04:12PM
jasryn wrote:
its time to make Greenwood go away. Lying through her teeth. Be sure to take the former chancellor with her too.
on August 21,2012 | 04:10PM
lokela wrote:
more shibai at it's best....
on August 21,2012 | 04:21PM
none wrote:
where do we get these winners(dobelle, greenwood) from anyway. who hired them.
on August 21,2012 | 04:24PM
1assa wrote:
More shibai
on August 21,2012 | 04:28PM
ghstar wrote:
This explanation would be more plausible if they had a real job title and job description for Mr Donovan's new position. As it is, let's call it a nice try, but we are not buying it. College administrators live in an insulated bubble where they are way over paid and way under accountable. There is no justification for mid level managers and administrators to be paid more than $200,000 a year with incredible benefits and job-for-life tenure.
on August 21,2012 | 04:29PM
hawnpunch wrote:
UH Manoa administration....WHO IS ON THIS BOARD? And...WHY DID THEY DECIDE NOT TO RENEW?
on August 21,2012 | 04:38PM
false wrote:
Nice try, MRC. But I think it's too late (although, granted, it sure is convenient) to portray Donovan's ouster and reassignment as part of some grand plan that had been in the works all along. At this late date you can't really believe that you can revise the history of something that we've all watched unfold with, what, our lying eyes? Perception is everything, as the saying goes. And the perception is that the mash-up that has ensued is the result of having no one at the wheel.
on August 21,2012 | 04:38PM
oldertimer808 wrote:
Time for the state to get rid of Greenwood. This is a complete travesty by the UH administration.
on August 21,2012 | 04:42PM
turbolink wrote:
Too little too late. Also seems to conflict with President Greenwood's earlier statement that she didn't know about the Stevie Wonder concert. Need to follow your own storyline!
on August 21,2012 | 04:43PM
Nesmith wrote:
Why are many highly paid positions filed by mainlanders over and over. And over and over they leave with a big chunk of money? Whats wrong with our homegrown talent? I am talking UH, private school and more.
on August 21,2012 | 04:49PM
LMO wrote:
Yeah, our local folks are just as capable of fraud and abuse as the mainland hoales any day!
on August 22,2012 | 01:41AM
alaskaguy wrote:
What a bunch of BS'ers. This debacle seems almost contrived to lead Apple, Greenwood and Donovan reach the point of being bought off at taxpayer expense to leave. Each declaration made by Apple and Greenwood seems to be a coverup of what was said before. Seriously, they need to talk and at least get their stories straight before spewing their garbage. And we are paying these dimwits huge salaries!
on August 21,2012 | 04:50PM
Bothrops wrote:
Pilots call it auguring in.
on August 21,2012 | 04:51PM
WF808 wrote:
Based on a 2005 San Francisco Chronicle article, Ms. Greenwood is an expert at university investigations: No.2 official at UC quits suddenly / University probes possibility of favoritism in hiring of friend and son of provost Todd Wallack and Tanya Schevitz, Chronicle Staff Writers Published 4:00 a.m., Saturday, November 5, 2005 The University of California's second-in-command, Provost M.R.C. Greenwood, abruptly resigned Friday, and another senior administrator was placed on leave after the college system launched an investigation into possible favoritism in hiring. University officials said the conflict-of-interest inquiry had been opened after The Chronicle, in the course of researching an article, posed questions about the hiring of two people with ties to Greenwood -- her son as well as a friend with whom she owned rental property. Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/education/article/No-2-official-at-UC-quits-suddenly-University-2562136.php#ixzz24EsyjOVl
on August 21,2012 | 04:51PM
Wonderful_World wrote:
Isn't it amazing that UH selected HER even w/all that baggage!
on August 21,2012 | 05:13PM
turbolink wrote:
Just imagine who finished in second and third place...
on August 21,2012 | 05:31PM
WF808 wrote:
She won by default: Posted on: Wednesday, June 3, 2009 Greenwood now only candidate for University of Hawaii president By Loren Moreno Advertiser Education Writer M.R.C. Greenwood, a former provost of the University of California system whose administrative career ended amid an ethics investigation, will probably become the University of Hawai'i's next president. Greenwood was one of two finalists until yesterday when the other, Robert Jones, withdrew his name. Jones, a senior vice president at the University of Minnesota, said he concluded the UH job was "not a good time or fit" for him.
on August 21,2012 | 05:51PM
Wonderful_World wrote:
DEFAULT??? Were we that desperate??? Sounds like Mr. Jones was very smart & wanted to be a "real" university president, nice way of saying no thank you to all your drama!
on August 21,2012 | 06:17PM
turbolink wrote:
Fascinating article WF...does this ring a bell...from 2005? "This is not the first time Greenwood has faced controversy. Some regents objected last year when she was hired as provost with a salary of $380,000 -- nearly $100,000 more than her predecessor. At the time, Dynes argued she needed the higher salary to cover the cost of buying a home near UC's headquarters in downtown Oakland. Like other UC chancellors, Greenwood previously received free housing on campus. In addition, her total compensation turned out to be higher than was publicly announced at the time, The Chronicle has learned. In addition to her salary, UC gave her a $125,000 relocation incentive to move the 70 miles from Santa Cruz to Oakland. That was in addition to $17,950 for temporary housing, $9,527 for moving expenses and a low-interest loan to buy a condo in Oakland."
on August 21,2012 | 06:00PM
jkjones wrote:
MRC Greenwood gets four Pinocchios for her fictional account on "coincidence". Tom Apple gets to wear the Dunce cap for humming the same tune while changing the lyrics.
on August 21,2012 | 04:52PM
turbolink wrote:
Almost as coincidental as the timing of Chancellor Hinshaw's sabbatical and follow-on position. "The two events should not have become so connected in the way that they have." The noticeable absence of credible communication from President Greenwood is how that happened.
on August 21,2012 | 05:15PM
niimi wrote:
The University of Hawaii salaries ARE peanuts as compared to the stinking steal on steal rail. Imua, Ben!
on August 21,2012 | 04:58PM
niimi wrote:
And Apple a day keeps the JD away. :-)
on August 21,2012 | 04:58PM
niimi wrote:
I would gladly take Matsuda or Simone back as the head of the U.H. System. Those were the golden years for U.H.
on August 21,2012 | 04:59PM
WesleySMori wrote:
Touche "HEMAHEMA"!! "TOUCHE"!! Your Comment Reminds Me Of The Movie; "The Outlaw Josey Wales" Where He Is Talking To Gun-shot Kid About Other People. "JOSEY Said, "Don't PEE Down My Back And Tell Me It's RAINING"!!
on August 21,2012 | 05:02PM
bobbob wrote:
Do they really think people believe all this stuff? Hard to believe this whole thing was mismanaged as badly as it was.
on August 21,2012 | 05:33PM
AndrewWalden wrote:
Freitas Maneuver to Grab Greenwood's Job? As Regents Prepare to meet, MRC Panics ... http://www.hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesMain/tabid/56/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/7540/Freitas-Maneuver-to-Grab-Greenwoods-Job-As-Regents-Prepare-to-meet-MRC-Panics.aspx
on August 21,2012 | 05:48PM
yskeulb wrote:
Yes, we have been scammed - by the University leaders. If this letter is true and transparent, much of it could have been said earlier. Firing someone 4.5 years into their contract without having a plan in place for finding the next AD doesn't make sense for someone who wants to tread carefully. By the way, notice that she's conveniently left out why they brought Jim Donovan back to UH. So yes, we have been scammed.
on August 21,2012 | 05:49PM
vernchs wrote:
"We believe we were scammed" What, you're not sure yet? $200k of hard earned tax money goes poof and so far their investigation indicates no one's the blame? Since this is tax/public money, will the investigation be made public? Ohhh I get it, they reward you for screwing up!!! Give Bob Nash a one year extension then fire him???? Any more job opennings at this sorry location?
on August 21,2012 | 05:50PM
pridon wrote:
The real cost will be much more. $200,000 scam, $50,000 concert advertising, $200,000 "investigation", $200,000 for the do nothing job created for Donovan, and who knows how much to buy out Greenwood's contract who the Trustees find out they have been hoodwinked. If the trustees don't take action, the lot of them should be replaced.
on August 21,2012 | 07:02PM
uh4eva wrote:
I investigate for a living and liars normally add a lie on top of other lies. Between Greenapple and Driftwood the worms and termites have eaten the outer layer and expose themselves. They do not lie well and try and cover their tracks with more BS. The trouble with these two is they do not even compare stories before they tell their lies. It is insulting to think the people of Hawaii would believe such BS. If I’m not mistaken Greenwood came here with controversy from her last job. If Rocky Freitas goes along with these two he is a snake also. JD is a good man who loves UH and got played by these idiots. I’m so sorry for the next AD who will have the administration’s smeared all over them on the first day on the job. Let’s hope that person is strong enough to stand up for what is right and not be a lap dog.
on August 21,2012 | 06:00PM
Senior_Researcher wrote:
OMG, I didn't think it was possible that we would be thought even more stupid than Evan Dobelle thought we were.
on August 21,2012 | 06:00PM
akulesteve wrote:
Apple sounded confused.......Greenwood just woke up from her nap........Freitas needs to take a speech class......and they make how much? Apple......................$439,008 plus $3,312 car allowance; $30,000 relocation allowance Greenwood.............$427,512 Donovan.................$240,000(as AD) Donovan.................$211,000 (new position) Freitas.....................$213,768 Chow......................$500,000 *we must not forget ex-coach Mac's 2012 salary.............$1.100,000 SCAM.....................$200,000 Investigation of scam........$30,000 Search for new AD......??????? Somebody please add this up my calculator just fainted! GO BOWS!
on August 21,2012 | 06:21PM
tasod wrote:
Dang, you putting the numbers in one place is just gut-wrenching :(
on August 21,2012 | 09:52PM
wayneki wrote:
Obviously this letter is not enough to convince the "University Ohana." Maybe it's time to release the manufactured and back-dated documents as proof. The UH Administration can make things up faster than we can we believe them. Isn't it great to be paid to be the smartest guys in the room! It's true because I'm smarter than you guys are, and that's because I get paid more than you are! That's what autonomy and unlimited accountability gets Hawaii.
on August 21,2012 | 06:42PM
pridon wrote:
I am waiting for the FBI to charge someone related to the $200K transfer as money laundering, wire fraud, and theft. It can't be that hard to follow the wire transfers and accounts. If so, the bank in Florida had lousy controls. Bank is supposed to file a "Suspicious Activity Report" to the Feds, if large amount of money comes in only to be immediately wired out. Of course, it may be hard to get it back from Nigeria or Russia or wherever the fraud was initiated.
on August 21,2012 | 07:09PM
Locokane wrote:
How come the UH CFO is not being looked at for lack of internal controls?
on August 21,2012 | 10:06PM
hawnpunch wrote:
President and Regents better hope the new AD does an equal or better job. If not, fire um all!
on August 21,2012 | 06:54PM
false wrote:
Given what is known about Greenwood's history on the mainland, an audit of the UH system and its finances would make sense. If for no reason other than that we deserve to know where things stand...and have a baseline for moving forward.
on August 21,2012 | 07:14PM
false wrote:
really, my comment has been sent for approval? All I said was that an audit would seem to be in order.
on August 21,2012 | 07:15PM
Locokane wrote:
Got it! Dumb (Apple), Dumber(Donovan) and no doubt Dumbest ( Greenwood)! UH is in trouble!
on August 21,2012 | 07:47PM
Locokane wrote:
Maybe they aren't dumb since a law firm was hired to do nvestigation and this whole scam and those responsible can be shielded by attorney-client privilege.
on August 21,2012 | 10:11PM
Anonymous wrote:
Marcie, Marcie, Marcie. You just embarrassed yourself and insulted us at the same time. Do you really think that we're that foolish?
on August 21,2012 | 07:54PM
Anonymous wrote:
If we take Tommie and Marcie's word for it that Donovan and Sheriff were faultless regarding the scam, then who WAS responsible? I'm sure there aren't that many people at the UH who have the authority to approve a $200,000 wire transfer. There must be some paperwork with someone's name on it.
on August 21,2012 | 08:07PM
hanabata wrote:
Each time they lie, they have to cover it up with another lie!!
on August 21,2012 | 08:20PM
Masami wrote:
Thinking about this more, in a WEIRD WAY, knowing how much she makes/year, I'd feel better if she at least LIED believably. We pay you THAT MUCH and you can't even make YOUR LIES BELIEVABLE??????
on August 21,2012 | 08:27PM
palolo2001 wrote:
How can this happen to UH?
on August 21,2012 | 08:43PM
Descartes22 wrote:
Do we really know what Greenwood's initial's stand for? More Ridiculous Crud, is my assessment. Incidentally, I had another CR word with an AP at the end, however it was censored.
on August 21,2012 | 08:47PM
Manapua_Man wrote:
That's what UH gets for only selecting out of town dingbats for their top positions. I'm beginning to think most of these mainland carpet baggers come here because they were failures wherever they came from... and they see Hawaii as their one last chance.
on August 21,2012 | 09:40PM
tasod wrote:
I can only imagine that the "higher ups" were offered special meetings with "Stevie" but, they had to "book now" and leave a hefty deposit or he would be playing for another fundraiser. I would guess that the scammer promised some great personal meetings with the star for the purse holders to so easily let thousands of our dollars slip away without any true fidicuary responsibility. Yet, they all stay on paid leave and move on to cushie jobs.
on August 21,2012 | 09:49PM
mynah wrote:
gee....i thought Donovan was doing a satisfactory job,
on August 21,2012 | 10:41PM
cigaripo wrote:
Is Greenwood and Jemae Kawauchi related? They both really insult the intelligence of the people of Hawaii with lame comments/excuses. Both have open themselves up for more criticism every time they try make themselves look good. In Grenwoods case, what's the need to release the intent of letting Donovan go...only reason is to justify their lame action to move him laterally...which was to justify their lame excuses of not knowing anything about Donovans actions on the Stevie Wonder concert. Excuses and cover ups for foul ups, these two are professionals...too bad we're not that dumb to recognize them...and too bad we can't get them out.
on August 21,2012 | 10:52PM
kuewa wrote:
This is one of the worst, most awkward attempt at shibai that I have seen. I suppose it's not surprising given the individuals involved. MRC Greenwood was herself accused of financial impropriety at UC, as was well reported at the time and reported again prior to her hire at UH (google MRC Greenwood scandal). To these people, public money is free money for them to play with. Responsibility to the public takes second place to protecting their okole.
on August 22,2012 | 12:34AM
booboo0812 wrote:
rumor has it that a transcript for a press conference to address the Stevie Wonder concert debacle was found in an undisclosed UH trash bin. It reads... We, the senior administration of the University of Hawaii, accepts full responsibility for the loss of $200,000 of taxpaper's money. We did not execute sound judgement which led to the loss of these funds. An internal investigation will be conducted and severe disciplinary action up to termination will be taken for all individuals involved. To show good faith, the senior administration of the University of Hawaii will make full restitution for the lost funds. Unfortunately, the administration went with plan B (Apple-Donovan press conference) and plan C (Greenwood letter)
on August 22,2012 | 12:45AM
jota2330 wrote:
MRC Greenwood had problems in California before she came here. Nice to see how she just hung Apple out to dry while she hid in the background. We don't need leadership like that. Since we're going to do a search for a new AD...might as well have the same search team find a replacement for Greenwood. Wonder if we're ever going to find out why they decided to replace Donovan in the first place...Anyone know?
on August 22,2012 | 01:45AM
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