The Philippine National Health Research System convenes health researchers, funding institutions, and policy makers to provide a dynamic activity in Limketkai Mall, Cagayan de Oro City, August 13-16, with the theme “Achieving Health- Related Sustainable Development Goals through Research and Innovation”.
This seminar was attended by Dr. Mary O T. Penetrante from URC; Dr. Ananias C Sabijon , Jr. from CTLE; Prof. Joelah V. Rio, Prof. Melta C. Sale, Prof. Gelbert Jan S. Porque from the College of Nursing; and Dr. Diadem Pearl S. Equiña from the College of Medicine.
Dr. Mary O’ T. Penetrante and Dr. Aranais C. Sabijon, Jr. presented their research paper entitled Improving Income of Farmers through Better Market Linkage on March 7, 2019 at Thai Nguyen University, Thai Nguyen, Vietnam during the International Conference Trade and Industry Performance of ASEAN +3. This was attended also by five delegates from CPU beside the presenters were from the graduate program of Central Philippine University.
A seminar-workshop on policy research was held by the University Research Center on March 22, 2019, at the Educational Media Center, Central Philippine University. With 22 participants registered, the seminar-workshop started at 8:00AM and ended at 4:00PM. World Bank Senior Communications Officer, Ms. Clarissa Crisostomo David was the resource person for the seminar.
From June 10 to 11, 2019, the University Research Center held a 2-Day seminar-workshop on policy research at the Educational Media Center with Professor Emeritus Dr. Agnes Casiple-Rola of University of the Philippines – Los Ban̄os as the resource person. A total of six sessions and four exercises were conducted during the course of the seminar-workshop.
CPU President, Dr. Teodoro C. Robles together with Keynote Speaker, Dr. Alan P. Lena, Education Supervisor II, Commission on Higher Education (CHED) together with CPU Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Irving Domingo L. Rio and University Research Center Director Dr. Mary O’ Penetrante.
The week-long research and development week started on Monday, March 11, 2019, at the CPU Educational Media Center Conference Room with faculty, students and administrators present. University Research Center Director Dr. Mary O’Penetrante and members of the URC Committee (URESCOM) launched the event with the theme “Quality Research: Pathway towards Development and Progress.” Research papers were presented throughout the week according to different categories: Agricultural Engineering, Business Research, Education, Environmental Management, Life Science, and Junior High School among others.
Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Irving Domingo L. Rio, welcomed the participants and acknowledged that the Research and Development Week is important in honing the research skills of faculty and students. University President, Dr. Teodoro C. Robles, encouraged the participants to continue with research and sustain CPU as a research university. “The more we work together, the more we can accomplish things,” Dr. Robles said.
Participants of the Research and Development Week eagerly listening to the talk.
The keynote speaker, Dr. Alan P. Lena, Education Supervisor II, Commission on Higher Education (CHED), pointed out the need for universities to strengthen their research education. He particularly mentioned how challenging discovery-applied research is and said that this kind of research contributes to the advancement of higher educational institutions.
The 20th Faculty Research Symposium on March 11-12 and the 17th Student Research Symposium on March 12-14 are part of this year’s Research and Development Week.
By Evelyn R. Ybarzabal, Emma T. Gico, Jet R. Nillos, Bernie C. Cangrejo and Mizpah C. Villalobos (completed May 2018) , PATUBAS VOL 16 NO 1 2017
By Florabel S. Suarez and Gift D. Tragico (completed November 2015)