2490 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu, HI 96815
Dr. Suyderhoud is Professor Emeritus of Business Economics, Department of Financial Economics and Institutions, Shidler College of Business, University of Hawaii at Manoa. He served as the Associate Dean of the College for the period July 1996 – June 2000 and as Interim Dean July – December, 1999. He earned his Ph.D. in economics from Purdue University in 1978 and has published in a number of scholarly journals.
Professor Suyderhoud has been a consultant to First Hawaiian Bank, the State of Hawaii, Governments of American Samoa, Guam, and the County of Hawaii, the National Education Association, the Pacific Basin Development Council, and numerous Hawaii businesses and labor organizations.
He is now serving his fourth term on the Hawaii State Council on Revenues. He was also the Executive Director of the Hawaii Tax Review Commission (1983-84), and was a member of the Governor’s Advisory Committee on Tax Reform (1986-87), the Hawaii State Tax Department’s Task Force on Tax Policy and Revenue Enhancement (1995), and the Hawaii Economic Revitalization Task Force-Taxation Work Group (1997).
Dr. Suyderhoud has won a number of teaching and service awards including the University of Hawaii Award for Meritorious Teaching in 1992, the Dennis Ching (First Interstate Bank) Outstanding Teaching Excellence Award in 1990, 2012 and 2016, and the College of Business “Kaizen” Service Awards in 1993 and 1995.
Dr. Suyderhoud has taught in business programs in Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, and France.
- Jack and his wife Regina have been married for nearly 38 years.
- Jack is proud of his three kids: two sons who are US Navy F-18 pilots and a daughter who is a registered nurse. She presented Jack and Regina with their first grandchild.
- Jack enjoys singing in the bass section of the Honolulu Chorale.
- Jack is an open-ocean swimmer who has completed nearly 30 Waikiki Rough Water Swims.