+6344 456 0688
Central Luzon State University Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines 3120
Main Menu
News & Updates

AACCUP Commends Faculty Involvement in Research and Innovation

September 11, 2023 - 11:26 am

Stratcom / SCO

Four programs of the Central Luzon State University (CLSU) completed the three-day online assessment conducted by the esteemed accreditors of the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP) held on September 6-8, 2023.

Dr. Laureta Vivian Galima, a retired professor from Nueva Vizcaya State University and AACCUP coordinator delivered the consolidated overall impression of the team leaders commending the roster of CLSU faculty who are equipped with experience, commitment, and dedication in delivering quality education.

In her assessment of the Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences offered by the College of Arts and Social Sciences, other than having young and dynamic faculty members, she applauded the strong research involvement of the faculty which is instrumental in teaching and equipping the students with critical thinking skills.

Meanwhile, the Master in Veterinary Studies offered by the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine was evaluated by Dr. Elmer C. Vingua from Pangasinan State University and Dr. Nieta C. Amit from University of Eastern Philippines. They commended the faculty members for their respective academic ranks and their excellent performance in research and innovation. They also expressed their recommendations to pursue the filing of intellectual property rights like patents and other applicable protections on the research product of the department.

The Master in Biological Sciences (Biological Education) of the College of Education, on the other hand was assessed by Dr. Maribel S. Tizo from University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines and Prof. Trinidad D. Macasil from Eulogio “Amang” Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology. The accreditors applauded the team for their commitment and dedication as well as their number of publications and budget.

Furthermore, the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology offered by the College of Engineering was revisited by Dr. Jude B. Rola from Visayas State University who recommended the conduct of an impact study for the program’s research and extension projects.

As a response, Dr. Ravelina R. Velasco, Acting Vice-President for Academic Affairs delivered the pledge of commitment on behalf of the University President Dr. Edgar A. Orden. Dr. Velasco expressed her gratitude to the accreditors for their efforts and recommendations and affirmed that the local task force will work tirelessly to comply and facilitate the recommendations of the esteemed accreditors.

“We pledge to work tirelessly to meet and exceed the standard set by the accrediting body, ultimately providing our students with an exceptional educational experience. We will respond proactively to your recommendations and encourage everyone to continue to instill a culture of lifelong learning in our students so we can pursue knowledge and skills that will contribute to their personal and professional development” Dr. Ravelina added.

The AACCUP will conduct further deliberation based on the observations and assessment of the accreditors prior to the release of the final result of the accreditation.