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He also established the Executive Development Institute for Tourism (EDIT) program at the School of Travel Industry Management, the first significant program for the development of executives in travel and tourism.
Since 1979, EDIT has given rise to successive generations of new leaders involved in the regional growth of the industry.
It was attended by more than 200 guests from around the world - Dean Gee has donated more than US,000 of the cash gift received for his birthday party to Scholarship.
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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.
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.
UH Board of Regents Chair John Holzman said, What a pleasure it is to see Chuck named to the PATA Gallery of Legends.
Chuck just keeps bringing honor to our community as a UH leader, donor, regent, and now as a pillar of his profession and our most important industry.
PATA, whose birthplace was in Hawaii in 1951, serves as the leading voice and authority of travel and tourism in the Asia Pacific region.
PATA has 41 chapters and thousands of members around the world.