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In 2011, Taiwan President Ma Ying-Jeou presented Gee with the Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes outstanding professionals contributions to Taiwans tourism industry.He joined the University of Hawaii Board of Regents in 2009.Its membership includes 90 government, state and city tourism bodies, nearly 50 international airlines, airports and cruise lines, as well as hundreds of private sector corporations.PATAs mission is to enhance the sustainable growth, value, and quality of travel and tourism to-from-within the region.He also served as historian for PATA, co-editor of two editions of the history of PATA.As an academic scholar his textbooks are widely adopted by colleges and universities and recognized as seminal works in resort and hotel management in national, regional and international contexts.
The UH System now comprises all public higher education in the State and provides a rich array of associate, baccalaureate, graduate, and professional degrees and certificates to about 60,000 students through seven community colleges, two baccalaureate campuses and a major research university that holds land-, space- and sea-grant designations. The University of Hawaii at Manoa has launched a search for new deans to lead the School of Architecture and the School of Travel Industry Management.
His reputation as an international expert has extended beyond education and training and includes participation in the development of secondary destinations in the PATA region beginning with Chiang Mai, Thailand and more recent work in Taiwan.
Chuck Gees continuous efforts have consistently received recognition by governments and organizations and his many prestigious awards including two honorary academic doctorates, serve as a testament to his noteworthy achievements and to the strong foundations he established during his tenure as TIM Dean and the years thereafter.
He was subsequently elected a Fellow of the International Academy of Hospitality Research in recognition of his consistent and outstanding contributions in the field of hospitality research.
His many accomplishments are documented in Whos Who in America, Whos Who in American Education, and Whos Who in the World. Gees contributions have extended beyond the Pacific Asia region and the Americas.