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Radyo CLSU’s GendeSerye Wins Gandingan Award for Gender-Transformative Program

May. 04, 2024

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The GendeSerye, a gender-oriented program aired at Radyo CLSU, won the Most Development-oriented Gender-transformative Program on May 4 during the 18th UP ComBroadSoc Gandingan Awards 2024 held at the University of the Philippines Los Baños, Laguna. Dr. Parsons N. Hail, Radyo CLSU Station Manager and faculty of the Department of Communication and Development Studies (DCDS), alongside Mr. Justine Cubos, radio host and faculty of the Department of Social Sciences, accepted the prestigious award. Initiated by Dr. Chrysl Avegail N. Vallejo, DCDS Chair, the GendeSerye radio program focuses on gender and development issues. It features discussions, interviews, and segments related to gender equality, women's rights, LGBTQ+ issues, and other relevant topics. Meanwhile, various programs of Radyo CLSU were also nominated under the Core Awards Programs category listed as follows: 1. Most Development-oriented Educational Program – Goatnayan by CLSU-SRC 2. Most Development-oriented Educational Program – Iccem-in-Action by CLSU-ICCEM 3. Most Development-oriented Women’s Program – Bida ka Juana by CLSU-UGADO 4. Most Development-oriented Youth Program – Tara Usap Tayo by CLSU-OSA 5. Most Development-oriented Livelihood Program – AGRISIKAT! Sa Agrikultura, Sikat ka! by CLAARRDEC 6. Most Development-oriented Livelihood Program – Buhay Negosyo by CLSU-CBA 7. Most Development-oriented Livelihood Program – Goatnayan by CLSU-SRC 8. Most Development-oriented Livelihood Program – TeknoTalk by UEPO 9. Most Development-oriented Environmental Program – Iccem-in-Action by CLSU-ICCEM 10. Most Participatory Program – Ayos na Ayos sa DOST by DOST Region 3 With the theme “Agrikultura: Mga Kuwento ng Hamon at Pag-asa,” winners were selected from 200 entries submitted by 28 media networks and platforms that best capture the pressing problems faced by farmers, fisherfolk, and other concerned groups, and provide solutions that will improve the country’s agricultural landscape. The Gandingan Awards, organized by UP ComBroadSoc, stands as a prominent university-based recognition program, spotlighting development-oriented productions from national, local, and community-based media entities.

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USHS, OVPRE Stage the 1st HYPE Congress to Showcase Senior HS Research Outputs

The University Science High School (USHS) and the Office of the Vice President for Research and Extension (OVPRE) mounted the first High School Youth for Purposeful Engagement in STEAM R&D (HYPE) Congress 2024 participated by USHS Senior High School students who presented their research outputs through paper and poster presentations last May 14, 2024 at the R&E Amphitheater. With the theme “STEAM Research, Innovation and Development for All Genders: Breaking Barriers and Exploring Opportunities Through Purposeful R&D Engagements,” the congress funded by the University Gender and Development Office (UGADO) provided the students a platform to present their gender-responsive research outputs to a panel of evaluators with their junior counterpart as audience, and their families and friends who watched via Facebook livestreaming. Dr. Edgar A. Orden, Vice President for Research and Extension, initiated the event and warmly welcomed the participants. In his opening remarks, he emphasized the purpose of the congress, highlighting that CLSU, recognized as one of the leading higher education institutions in research and development in the country, is committed to providing an enabling environment for its students. This commitment aims to ensure that students are well-prepared and globally competent. Meanwhile, Dr. Ravelina R. Velasco, Vice President for Academic Affairs, delivered an inspirational message on behalf of Dr. Evaristo A. Abella, University President. As an alumna of the school, VP Velasco shared her personal reflections and encouraged the participants to always strive for excellence. “You are not just presenting the data; you are presenting a piece of yourself. It is not the size of the thing that you have done but the magnitude of your passion and the depth of your inquiry. Ultimately, it is about making a meaningful contribution to the collective wisdom of humankind,” said VP Velasco. Gracing the event as the keynote speaker, Dr. Danilo S. Vargas, former CLSU Vice President for Administration and current President of CORE Gateway College Inc., addressed the students and expounded on the value of interdisciplinary learning and collaboration in advancing research and innovation. “The more we understand and appreciate different fields, the more we can contribute to the growth and development. This is where interdisciplinary learning and collaboration come. Serving as light blood of advancing research and innovation in STEAM research and other fields, it is through collective efforts that we can truly make a difference,” Dr. Vargas explained. Also in attendance were Dr. Verjun J. Dilla, Head of CLSU Laboratory for Teaching and Learning (CLTL), Dr. Aileen G. de Guzman, Sub-unit in-charge of CLTL-USHS along with the faculty and staff. The Grade 12 students presented their capstone research papers: 7 in the Basic Science; 8 in Applied Science; and 5 in Social Science Category, while the Grade 11 students presented their research through a poster presentation. CLSU faculty and researchers served as panel evaluators who determined the winners from each category. The following are the winners who received certificates of recognition and a 2,000 cash prize: BASIC SCIENCE CATEGORY Paper Title: Presence of Phytochemical in Petroleum Nut (Pittosporum resiniferum) Authors: Verline Gaudeene Dilla, Leia Jeinne Manig, Avril Christi Soriano and Maren Tomas APPLIED SCIENCE CATEGORY Paper Title: The Development of a KAMALIG Interactive Map Software as Proof of Concept for Tourist Navigation Authors: Chelsie Nicole Bartolome, Rion Fauszt Bustos, Joemarc Jr. Castillo, Kyx Hubilia, Mark Yohance Rafael, Ralph Andrei Del Rosario and Zamil Adriel Ortega SOCIAL SCIENCE CATEGORY Paper Title: Reveal or Conceal?: The influence of Social Media to LGBTQIA+ Filipino Youth’s Expression of Sexual and Gender Identities Authors: Allysa Joyce Zulueta, Ida Yeska Garcia, Leahkim Asseren Mabalay, and Lucky Elijah Mae Mabalay POSTER COMPETITION Paper Title: Investigating Barriers on Modern Romance Within Same Sex Couples and the Effects on Mental Health, Relationship Stability, and Social Skills: Basis for Advocating Gender Equality Authors: Alissa Anne Lourdes A. Tuates, Mikee G. Tolentino, Mark Christopher A. Caunte, and Zoe Jenae DC. Garcia

May. 15, 2024

CASS Faculty and PMS Director Receives Full Grant from SEARCA for Leadership Development Program

Assoc. Prof. Maria Adrielle S. Estigoy, College of Arts and Social Sciences faculty and Presidential Management Services director, was one of the ten selected grantees of a full grant from the Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA) and the The Head Foundation (THF) for the 2024 Leadership Development Program for Higher Education Institutions (LDP-HEIs). The program was participated by 28 individuals from 11 Southeast Asian countries composed of HEI presidents, vice presidents, deans, directors, and heads, among others. It runs from March to July 2024 in a blended learning mode. As an output, Assoc. Prof. Estigoy and respective participants crafted their re-entry action plan (REAP) where they can implement in their own institutions. In particular, her REAP presentation was anchored on the concept of possible institutionalization of a policy on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) tools in teaching and learning. To ensure that the REAP of participants were on track, their presentation were critiqued by a panel of faculty lecturers from THF which took place last May 6-10, 2024 in Bangkok, Thailand. As part of the LDP-HEI program, participants had the invaluable opportunity to visit Betagro, a company renowned for its innovative practices, as well as prestigious state-owned universities such as Chulalongkorn University and Kasetsart University (KU). These visits were designed to provide real-life best practices and innovations presented by Betagro CEO and KU president, enriching the participants' understanding and fostering a culture of continuous learning and improvement. Now in its sixth series, the LDP-HEI by SEARCA and THF aims to empower leaders of HEIs in Southeast Asia by equipping them with the essential skills and knowledge required to lead their universities effectively, ensuring they thrive and remain resilient in the dynamic landscape of the region.

May. 13, 2024

Nat’l Innovation Council Member Explores CLSU Innovations for Future Collaboration

Recognizing the innovations and research endeavors of Central Luzon State University (CLSU), Dr. Ria Liza C. Canlas, Executive Member of the National Innovation Council (NIC) visited CLSU and met with the officials and faculty researchers for potential collaborations on May 8, 2024. Dr. Evaristo A. Abella, University President, welcomed Dr. Canlas and her team and expressed his appreciation for the opportunity to partner with NIC enabling CLSU researchers to showcase their innovations and amplify its impact not only to the local community but to the whole country. Also present in the meeting are Dr. Edgar A. Orden, VP for Research and Extension, Dr. Jonathan V. Fabula, concurrent Director, University Research Program Office and Precision and Digital Agriculture Center, along with Freshwater Aquaculture Center Director, Dr. Karl Marx A. Quiazon, Center for Renewable Energy and Technology Director, Dr. Wendy C. Mateo, and Institute for Climate Change and Environmental Management Head, Dr. Gella Patria L. Abella. After hearing all the innovative products like the Tilading, Tilapia Ice Cream, and initiatives on precision and digital agriculture, and use of renewable energy in agriculture, Dr. Canlas expressed her interest in collaborating with CLSU which will push the agenda of the government through the NIC in establishing a dynamic innovation ecosystem in the country. The NIC consists of 25 members, with President Ferdinand R. Marcos Jr. as the Chairperson and NEDA Secretary Arsenio M. Balisacan as the Vice-Chairperson is responsible for the implementation of the National Innovation Agenda and Strategies for 2023-2032.

May. 10, 2024

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