COE Faculty and Staff > Dean's Office > Mary E (Beth) Pateman

  • Mary E (Beth) Pateman

    Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs


    • Dean's Office


    • BS MEd EdS HSD MPH

    Area(s) of Interest

    • Child and adolescent health Teacher education Assessment and accreditation

    Brief Biography

    Beth Pateman is Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Education (COE), UH-Manoa. She earned Doctor of Health and Safety (HSD) and Master of Public Health (MPH) degrees at Indiana University, and BS, MEd, and EdS degrees at the University of Georgia. Dr. Pateman has 40 years of experience in education, and has served at the K-8, university, and federal levels. At UH-Manoa, she leads COE assessment and accreditation efforts for continuous program and college improvement.

    Contact Information

    Office Phone

    (808) 956-7704


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    Curriculum Vitae


    Scholarly Works


    • Telljohann, S. K., Symons, C. W., & Pateman, M. E. (2015). Health Education: Elementary and Middle School Applications, (Eighth ed.). New York: McGraw Hill.   Publication Details
    • Telljohann, S., Pateman, B., Symons, C., & Denise, S. (2006). Health education: Elementary and middle school applications, (7th Edition ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill.   Publication Details
    • Conference Proceedings

    • Pateman, B., & Serna, K. (2003, Oct). The Good Thinker’s Toolkit: Digging deeper for better learning with Philosophy for Children. Proceedings of the .   Publication Details
    • Presentations

    • Serna, A. K., Shoji, L., & Pateman, M. E. (2009, Oct). Lokahi: a model of balance, unity, and harmony. Presented at the American School Health Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO.   Publication Details
    • Grace, D. J., & Pateman, M. E. (2002, Jan). Bringing Health Issues to Life through Literature Circles. Presented at the Third Annual Health Education Statewide Training Conference, Honolulu, HI.   Publication Details
    • Grace, D. J., & Pateman, M. E. (2001, Jan). Using Literature Circles to Bring Early Adolescent Health Issues to Life. Presented at the Hawaii Association for Middle Schools Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI.   Publication Details