New President for BYU—Hawaii

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“New President for BYU—Hawaii,” Ensign, Aug. 1980, 80

New President for BYU—Hawaii

Dr. J. Elliot Cameron, Brigham Young University’s student services vice-president, has been named president of the BYU—Hawaii campus effective 1 August.

Dr. Cameron replaces Dr. Dan W. Andersen who is joining BYU’s College of Education faculty after serving since 1973 as BYU—Hawaii’s academic dean, executive vice-president, and president. Under his leadership, enrollment has increased from 900 to 1,800, and academic standards and performance have been significantly raised. The school, celebrating its silver jubilee, has thirty-two countries and twenty languages represented in the studentbody.