The International Program for College Students
FACULTY

Eriza Bareng has four years of teaching experience. She has a BA in American Studies from Occidental College in California. She is also a Ph.D. candidate in the American Studies program at the University of Hawaii.


Anita Bruce has 19 years of teaching experience. She was a high school teacher at both Castle and Moanalua High School. She also served as the Educational Specialist for the World Languages Program for the Hawaii Department of Education and as administrator of a curriculum section. She has a M.Ed. in Secondary Education, Curriculum and Instruction from University of Hawaii, and a BA in Spanish from Western Illinois University.


Grace Cassagnol has four years of teaching experience. She has a BA in French and a Graduate Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from the University of Central Florida. She is currently working on her MA in Second Language Studies at the University of Hawaii.


Hazel Hasegawa has been working in the field of education K-12 and postsecondary for over thirty years. She has her Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies & Teacher Education with a cognate in administration from the University of Hawaii. She also has an MA in Education with a minor in Mandarin Chinese from San Francisco State College, and a B.Ed from the University of Hawaii.


Irvin Lim has over six years of teaching experience and 14 years as a school administrator. He was Principal and Vice Principal of several California schools as well as a Vice Principal and District Administrator in Hawaii. He has his BA in Arts from the University of Hawaii, teaching credential from California State University Long Beach and a Masters in Educational Administration from California State University Dominguez Hills and his Administrative Credential from the University of California at Irvine. He also has a State of California Bilingual Credential authorizing him to English Limited Students.


Aileen Moriwake has over 40 years of teaching experience. She has her M.Ed. in Multicultural Bilingual Education from University of Hawaii, and a B.Ed. in Secondary English and Japanese from University of Hawaii as well.


Bryant Murakami has five years of teaching experience. He has his BA with Distinction in Comparative Literature: Cinema Studies from University of Washington, and his MA in Cinema-Television: Critical Studies from University of Southern California. He is also a Ph.D. candidate in American Studies program at the University of Hawaii.


Jonathan Trace has eight years of teaching experience, including academic English at the University of Hawaii and oral communication at Orio Senior High School in Japan. He has an MA in Second Language Studies from the University of Hawaii, and is now working on obtaining his Ph.D.


Monica Vidal has over 20 years of teaching experience, including teaching English in Japan. She has her BA and MA in French Language from Florida State University. She is currently working on her MA in Second Language Studies at the University of Hawaii, and will begin her doctorial studies in Fall 2013.