Dr. Ravelina R. Velasco, Dean of the College of Fisheries attended the round table discussion of the Board Members of the ASEAN Fisheries Education Network in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on November 19-20, 2019. In her 10-minute presentation, she captured the metamorphosis of CLSU from a farm school to a university, students and highlighted the College of Fisheries’ goals, academic programs, research works, grants, publications, collaborations done by the strong faculty members and performance of graduates in the licensure examination . She and other applicants to the network were asked to go out for the deliberation of the Board Members.
ASEAN Fisheries Education Network” (ASEAN-FEN) is a team of university-based consortia representing the fisheries and aquaculture oriented institutions within the Southeast Asia region. ASEAN-FEN was established by agreement of its principal members namely Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (Malaysia), Universiti Sains Malaysia (Malaysia), Can Tho University (Vietnam), Nong Lam University (Vietnam), Kasetsart University (Thailand), Prince of Songkla University (Thailand), Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya (Thailand) and Universitas Air Langga (Indonesia) for the purpose of supporting and enhancing the fisheries and aquaculture sector through education, research, and public outreach in the region. The ASEAN-FEN supports and facilitates activities of educators, scientists, and agencies responding to local, regional, national, and international issues on fisheries and aquaculture.