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UH Board of Regents Chair John Holzman said, What a pleasure it is to see Chuck named to the PATA Gallery of Legends.

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.

"There are business schools at every University of Hawaii (UH) Campus and all Universities operating in Hawaii, BUT THERE IS ONLY ONE (1) UH TIM SCHOOL SUPPORTING THE LARGEST INDUSTRY IN HAWAII, UH TIM School has the best known "brand" in Asia within the UH System"Added Sept 9 2009 - SUBMIT YOUR FEEDBACK ONLINE on the preliminary recommendations of the Chancellor's Prioritization Committee (which include a merger b/w the TIM School and the Shidler College of Business).

go to: Dean Emeritus Chuck Y Gee of UH - School of Travel Industry Management celebrated his 70th Birthday on 08-28-03 at the Monarch Room of the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.

In its announcement, PATA noted, The Gallery of Legends honour is not awarded every year and, as a rule, not conferred on a living person. Gee will be joining other pioneers and visionaries who have helped to define and shape the development and growth of travel and tourism in the AP region in their respective fieldsairlines, hotels, architecture, culture and environment, aircraft design, literature, theme parks, as well as human resource development. Gee will be joining such prominent names as Juan Trippe, founder of Pan Am; Thomas Cook, travel pioneer; Conrad Hilton, hotel entrepreneur; Sir Edmund Hilliary, environmentalist; James Michener, novelist; Joseph Sutter, father of the 747 series of aircrafts; Walt Disney, imagineer; and others whose name plaques are mounted on the PATA Gallery of Legends exhibit located in the central breezeway of the Honolulu International Airport.

Gee served as dean of the University of Hawaii at Mānoa School of Travel Industry Management from 1976 until his retirement in 1999.

In 2011, Taiwan President Ma Ying-Jeou presented Gee with the Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes outstanding professionals contributions to Taiwans tourism industry.