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Central Luzon State University

Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines 3120

CLSU Participates in NSED

Mar. 25, 2024

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The Central Luzon State University led by the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (UDRRMC) participated in the Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill (NSED) today, March 25, 2024 to increase the awareness and preparedness of the CLSU community in terms of self-protection, evacuation and first-aid response. During the drill, CLSU employees and students practiced the "Drop, Cover, and Hold On" techniques in the event of a real earthquake including the actual evacuation to identified safe and open areas, accounting of personnel, reporting to CLSU central command, rescue and recovery operations, inspection of facilities, and declaration of the incidence commander that all is clear prior to the return of employees and students to their respective offices and classrooms. The Research and Extension grounds was identified as the central command base where Dr. Ariel G. Mactal, VP for Administration and UDRRMC Chair acted as Incidence Commander where he monitored the situation and received all the reports from the different units of the University.

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CLSU Recognizes Outstanding Employees and Service Awardees

Staying true to its commitment of nurturing a culture of excellence, Central Luzon State University (CLSU) recognized the dedicated service and outstanding performance of its employees during the 2024 Service Recognition and PRAISE (Program on Awards and Incentives for Service Excellence) Ceremony as a culmination of the 117th Founding Anniversary Celebration held on April 12, 2024 at the Multipurpose Gym. Dr. Ariel G. Mactal, VP for Administration and Chair of the PRAISE Committee formally opened the program highlighting that regardless of position, every employee is the heart and soul of the university. “Each of you plays an indispensable role in our university. The awards that we will be presenting today are more than just symbols of achievement, they are tokens of the university's gratitude for all the many work hours, sacrifices, and passion that every one of you has given to CLSU,” said Dr. Mactal. Meanwhile, Dr. Evaristo A. Abella, University President, delivered his keynote speech where he expressed his gratitude to everyone who assisted the university in attaining its quality policy statements and encouraged the younger employees to recognize and respect the contributions of those who served the university for more than a decade. “I hope the younger members of our community would be inspired by those who had established this university, let us not forget the magnitude of their contributions. I thank all of you for executing our ideas with precision and excellence, indeed, we have shown how we can conquer great things together. I must tell you that the task of being your leader is definitely hard, but to do it for all of you, it is worth it. CLSU is definitely worth it,” Dr. Abella added. The awarding then proceeded for the employees who have been in the service for at least 10 years up to those who have served for more than 40 years, as well as the retirees from 2023 to 2024 who all received certificates, pins, and plaques of recognition. Meanwhile, the PRAISE and Presidential Awards were accorded by the member of the Executive Committee to the following outstanding faculty, staff and group who showed exemplary performance in their respective fields: Outstanding Official – Dr. Jay C. Santos Outstanding Faculty (Level II) – Assoc. Prof. Geraldine Gantioque-Tayag Outstanding Faculty (Level I) – Mr. Darwin G. Dela Cruz Outstanding Administrative Staff (Level II) – General Administration and Support Services – Mr. Jonathan T. Gurion Outstanding Administrative Staff – Research and Extension Program (Level II) – Ms. Janet N. Padilla Outstanding Administrative Staff – Research and Extension Program (Level I) – Mr. Aquilino V. Romero, Jr. Outstanding Administrative Staff – Academic Affairs Program – (Level I) – Mr. Aurelio R. Agulto Jr. Outstanding Group - Special Purpose Rice Presidential Awardee – Mr. Ryan B. Esteban Presidential Awardee – Armando S. Santos Furthermore, in behalf of the service awardees for both academic and non-academic staff, Dr. Emmanuel M. Vera Cruz and Ms. Rowena R. Pineda delivered their response while Prof. Eufemio R. Calang, Jr. and Ms. Teodora A. Polo, delivered their messages in behalf of the academic and non-academic retirees, respectively.

Apr. 16, 2024

CLSU Bulls Rodeo Team Displays Extraordinary Performance in PH Rodeo ‘24

The CLSU Bulls Rodeo Team composed of students from the College of Agriculture (CAg) and College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) displayed exceptional performance and finished as overall 1st place and 3rd place in women’s and men’s category, respectively, during the Philippine Rodeo National Finals 2024 held from April 9 -13 in Masbate City. Among 14 participating teams, the individual events under the women category was dominated by the CLSU Bulls after securing 1st place in Casting Down, 2nd Place in Two-Man Carambola, and a 3rd place-finish in Lassoing on Foot. Meanwhile, the Men's Category participated in by 18 teams, the CLSU Bulls secured a 2nd Place-finish in Casting Down, a 3rd Place in Two-man Carambola, and in the Load Carrying event. The over-all performance of the team proved that aside from their academics, they also possess exceptional skills and determination to represent CLSU in national events. The team was guided and supported by their manager, Dr. Christian C. Santos, CVSM faculty, coach, Mr. Kier G. Santiago, CAg faculty and trainer, Mr. Clodualdo Firme. The Philippine Rodeo Finals 2024 provided a platform for enthusiasts to come together, celebrate the rich heritage of rodeo sports, and witness the remarkable talents of teams like the CLSU Bulls Rodeo Team.

Apr. 16, 2024

CLSU Launches New Facilities of COS and IAO; Adds Light Bus to University Fleet

Central Luzon State University launched the new College of Science (COS) building, International Studio under the International Affairs Office (IAO) and unveiled the Rosa Light Bus as the newest addition to the university facilities and vehicles during the 117th Founding Anniversary Celebration of the University on April 11, 2024. The COS building which houses the Dean's office, a conference room, and a smart classroom, amounts to a total of P13 Million including the equipment which was supported and partly funded by the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Science City of Muñoz, headed by City Mayor Baby Armi L. Alvarez, and Vice Mayor Nestor L. Alvarez, PhD, who also served as dean of then College of Arts and Sciences. Meanwhile, the International Studio (IS) which was built to address the need for a state-of-the-art facility for online learning and multimedia production was also launched making the International Affairs Office at par with its foreign partner institutions. The IS which received a funding support from Senator Sonny Angara will provide an enabling environment for local and foreign students under the student mobility endeavors of the university. On the other hand, a 29-seater Rosa Light Bus joined the fleet of university vehicles increasing the capacity of CLSU to provide transportation services to students, faculty and staff who are representing the university outside the campus and in various competitions. Dr. Evaristo A. Abella, University President expressed his gratitude to everyone who contributed to the establishment of the two buildings, specifically those who provided funding support as well as the previous Administration of Dr. Edgar A. Orden, former President and currently the VP for Research and Extension, and Dr. Renato G. Reyes, former VP for Academic Affairs, who started the conceptualization and realization of these projects during their term. City Councilor Vincent L. Alvarez who represented Vice Mayor Nestor L. Alvarez provided a response and commended the recent infrastructure developments in CLSU compared to the time when he was still a student. Councilor Alvarez then emphasized that the strong collaboration between the LGU and CLSU should be maintained to continuously benefit the whole Science City community. The blessing and thanksgiving ceremony was led by Rev. Father Rufo Ramil H. Cruz, PhD., University Chaplain with university officials, faculty, staff and LGU officials as witnesses.

Apr. 15, 2024

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