Assoc. Prof Herbert B. Domingo and Instructor Maria Ai Kristine P. Tolentino, faculty members of the Department of Physical Sciences and Mathematics (DPSM), presented their research papers during the 5th Brown Bag Research Forum held on September 22, 2016 at Rm 111, CAS. The topics were:
- Piezoelectric Sensor for Ethylene Vapor Based on Silver (1) Polymer Composite – Instructor Maria Ai Kristine P. Tolentino
- On Taking the Quantum Leap – Asso. Prof. Herbert B. Domingo
Students from 32 student organizations and administration officials of the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) participated in activities and breakout sessions in the first ever CAS-1(One) Student Summit hosted by the Office of Student Services (OSS) on September 8- 9, 2016 at the Citystate Tower Hotel, in Manila.
With research entitled “When Gongs Speak: Performance and Communication in Maguindanaoan Kulintang Music,” UP Manila College of Arts and Sciences held its 5th Brown Bag Research Fora 2016 with Professor Juliet Bien as speaker. The event was sponsored by the Department of Arts and Communications (DAC).
Kulintang music, particularly among the Maguindanaoan people, is a living testament to the rich cultural heritage and history of the Philippines. Accordingly, it represents the highest form of gong music attained by Filipinos.