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OVPAA launches DATS Program through Capacity-Building Workshop for Newly Hired Faculty

Feb. 07, 2024

Joel Torres | OVPAA

To continuously empower the academic staff with cutting-edge and forward-looking teaching methodologies, and to foster an environment of academic excellence and innovation, the CLSU Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs through the College of Education launched the Developing Advanced Teaching Skills (DATS) Program. The program aims to capacitate instructors and professors with the rudimentary skills to cope with the evolving educational landscape, ensuring they can deliver high-quality education that meets the needs of today’s learners through the implementation of various seminar-workshops and hands-on training sessions. The initial installment of the DATS program features the two-day Capacity-Building Workshop for New Faculty Members from February 7-8, 2024. The activity will cater to 62 new faculty members who were hired from January to December 2023, providing them a venue to thoroughly understand the academic policies, work ethics, and civil service rules and regulations. Further, the training aims to equip them with advanced educational structures and a comprehensive understanding of effective outcomes-based teaching and assessment strategies.

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Fulbright Opens Educational Opportunities for CLSU Faculty and Students

The Philippine-American Educational Foundation (PAEF) or the Fulbright Commission in the Philippines conducted a scholarship information session for the faculty and students of Central Luzon State University (CLSU) held at the R&E Amphitheater on February 29, 2024. Ms. Mila Tan, Senior Program Officer of PAEF provided a comprehensive overview of the various scholarship opportunities offered by the Fulbright Program. She also addressed queries from interested students and faculty members on the application process and encouraged them to participate in the Fulbright Program to pursue graduate study. "We want you to be part of the change for the better so when you come home from your academic pursuit as a Fulbright scholar, we expect you to be able to make an impact here in CLSU" said Ms. Mila Tan. Furthermore, the CLSU Fulbright Alumni shared their ventures, experiences in pursuing their studies abroad, and how Fulbright helped them become successful in their personal, academic, and professional pursuits. Dr. Ravelina R. Velasco, the Vice President for Academic Affairs graced the event along with faculty and students from various colleges. The event was organized by the International Affairs Office (IAO) together with the Fulbright-Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Alumni Association Philippines.

Mar. 01, 2024

FAC, CF and IIRR Forge Partnership for Climate Solutions in Aquaculture

The Central Luzon State University (CLSU) through the Freshwater Aquaculture Center (FAC) and the College of Fisheries (CF) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with the International Institute for Rural Reconstruction (IIRR) to address climate change impacts on small-scale aquaculture and foster sustainable aquatic food systems on February 27, 2024. The collaboration will implement an action research project titled "Building an Evidence Base for Inclusive Nature-based Climate Solutions in Small-scale Aquaculture for Sustainable Aquatic Food Systems in the Philippines and Cambodia” funded by the International Development Research Council (IDRC) of Canada. University President, Dr. Evaristo A. Abella and Mr. Arvin Jay Carandang, Project Manager of AQUADAPT PhilCam led the MOA signing with Dr. Karl Marx A. Quiazon, Director of the Freshwater Aquaculture Center, Dr. Emmanuel Vera Cruz, Dean of the College of Fisheries, Dr. Jonathan V. Fabula, Director of the University Research Program Office (URPO), and Prof. Janet O. Saturno, Director of University Gender and Development Office as witnesses. Also present were some faculty researchers and staff of FAC and CF. IIRR is a non-profit organization and one of the world’s leading rural-focused NGOs focusing specifically on rural communities.

Feb. 29, 2024

CLSU takes 17th spot in PH; Leads HEIs in Region 3 based on Webometrics

Central Luzon State University (CLSU) ranked 17th among the 363 universities based on the latest edition of Webometrics Ranking of World Universities further solidifying its position as a leading institution in the country and the leading Higher Education Institution (HEI) in Central Luzon. Moreover, CLSU positioned itself as 1,768th HEI in Asia and 5,126th in the world. The Webometrics Ranking is published twice a year, covering more than 32,000 Higher Education Institutions worldwide based on the institution’s number of top-cited researchers (openness), top-cited papers (excellence), and substantial web visibility (web content impact).

Feb. 27, 2024

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