DAC celebrates Culture Week
The Department of Arts and Communication is celebrating its Culture Week from February 11-15, 2013 with a theme "Celebrating the evolution of Philippine Music".
The schedule of the activities is as follows:
February 11, 2013
Opening Ceremony (9am, Quad-LT Walk)
Workshop on Indigenous Music by Prof. Juliet Bien (1pm, LT)
February 12, 2013
Film Presentation (9am-11am, LT)
Name That 50s to 70s Music Theme Videoke Contest
February 13, 2013
Exhibit: Prof. Jop Baylon and Prof. Consuelo Zapata (Phil-Arts Faculty)
February 14, 2013
Forum on 80s to 90s music
Jologs Quiz Show by Prof. Jose Ogatis
February 15, 2013
Culture Shock Musical
This year's culture week is a tribute to Filipino composers and singers.
MSP holds research ethics seminar for thesis advisers, students
Research Dissemination Forum of MSP and DAC
The Manila Studies Program and the Department of Arts and Communication will hold the fourth monthly research dissemination forum on October 10, 2012, 9am at the CAS Little Theater. This forum will be discussing the research of Prof. Diana R. Agbayani, “Narratives of Becoming: Self-Concept and Enablement of Persons with Cerebral Palsy”. This research has been presented to the International Journal of the Arts and Sciences International Conference in Harvard University. There will be reactors from CAS faculty members and health personnel from the Philippine General Hospital. Students and thesis advisers are also invited to attend. There will also be an open forum for questions and clarifications about the topic. The monthly research dissemination forum is an activity spearheaded by the Dean's office to strengthen the research culture among faculty and students of the College of Arts and Sciences.
MSP and DSS Research Dissemination Forum: Spratlys in the 21st Century
The Manila Studies Program and the Department of Social Sciences will hold a forum on Prof. Sharon Caringal's research entitled “Spratlys in the 21st Century: Implications on Regional Stability and Maritime Security in the Asia Pacific Region on September 26, 2012 9AM at the CAS Little Theater. This is the third forum and part of the monthly research dissemination activities spearheaded by the MSP and the Dean's office in coordination with the different CAS Departments. This aims to promote and strengthen the research culture among faculty and students of the College.
Thesis advisers and students are welcome to attend and may coordinate with Ms. Junz Celoy of the MSP office at tel # 522-5208 loc.114/09053739145/
MSP Research Dissemination Forum
The Manila Studies Program and the Department of Biology of the College of Arts and Sciences will be conducting a Research Dissemination Forum on August 23, 2012, 9AM -10:30AM at the CAS Little Theater. The forum will be discussing the Delimitation of Begonia L. sections Diploclinium and Baryandra (Begoniaceae) in the Philippines, a research of Prof. Rosario R. Rubite.
This is an activity spearheaded by the Dean's office to promote and strengthen the research culture among faculty and students of the college.
Interested individuals who would like to attend may coordinate with Ms. Junz Celoy of the MSP office at telephone number 522-5208 loc 114/09053739145/09184491808.
DB celebrates 20th Biology Week
Written by Sedricke Lapuz
Originally posted here
The Department of Biology celebrates its 20th year of institution with weeklong festivities in the upcoming Biology Week 2011. This year, the DB chose as its theme “The Forest: Our Last Stand Against Climate Change,” going along with the declaration of 2011 as the International Year of the Forest, and at the same time recognizing the ecosystem’s importance in our fight against changing global climate.
There will be a handful of activities, starting with the official Opening Ceremonies on August 23, 2011, Tuesday, which will start the ball rolling for the rest of August’s last week. This will also open the BioExhibit, a showcase of collages interpreting the BioWeek’s theme, especially created by non-Biology majors.
The 2nd BioCinema follows at 11:00 AM on the same day. This year, it will feature the Cinemalaya 2008 full-length entry Brutus: Ang Paglalakbay by director Tara Illenberger. The movie tells the story of two Mangyan children amidst the backdrop of illegal logging in the province of Mindoro. It will start screening at 1:00 PM at the Little Theater. Other films chosen for this year include the Leonardo DiCaprio-produced documentary film The 11th Hour (11:00 AM) and Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke (3:00 PM).Tickets are available at the Department of Biology.
On Wednesday, the BioSeminar will feature two speakers: Dr. Neil Aldrin Mallari, the Country Director for Flora and Fauna International, and Denise Fontanilla, representative of Haribon Foundation. They will discuss their organizations’ efforts to curb deforestation at the Little Theater starting at 9:00 AM.
Simultaneously, the BioQuiz, a quiz bee for high school students sponsored by the Department and student organization Biological Sciences Society, will hold its elimination rounds (9:00 AM at GAB-102), weeding down the competitors for the exciting finals scheduled at 1:00 PM at the Little Theater.
And finally, on Friday, the Biogyugan, a variety show-cum-competition, culminates the BioWeek with a sure extravaganza of brazen talent and creativity from the Biology majors. Show starts at 1:00 PM at the Little Theater.
MSP Seminar Series: Developing the research proposal and Funding Opportunities for Research
The Manila Studies Program is inviting all CAS Faculty and thesis students to attend the series of seminars and workshops on research and publication which will start on August 2011 until March of 2012. The first of the series of topics, “Developing the research proposal and Funding Opportunities for Research,” will be discussed by Prof. Laufred Hernandez on August 17, 2011 10:00-12:00nn at the CAS Alumni Room. Other research topics for the month of August shall be as follows:
- Research Paradigm 1: Positivism and the Scientific Method - August 24, 2011, 10:00-12:00nn, UP CAS Alumni Room
- Research Paradigm 2: Constructivism and Interpretive research - August 31, 2011, 10:00-12:00nn, UP CAS Alumni Room
For more information, please contact Junz of the CAS Manila Studies Program, 522-5208 loc. 114.
Social Science Week 2011
LINGGO NG AGHAM PANLIPUNAN
Ika-7 hanggang ika-11 ng Pebrero, 2011
“Prinsipyadong Pamumuno at Mabuting Pamamahala:
Paglilingkod sa Sambayanan tungo sa Pambansang Pagpapalaya”
Pebrero 7, Lunes
“Different Direction? The New President and the Challenges for the Next U.P. Administration”
10:00 N.U. – 12:00 N.H., Little Theater
Panauhing Pandangal: Kgg. Alfredo Pascual, Halal na Pangulo, Unibersidad ng Pilipinas (for final confirmation)
“The Insider’s Story: Consensus-building and Horse-trading in the Philippine Legislature”
1:00-3:00 N.H., Little Theater
Tagapagsalita: Kgg. Teodoro Casino, Bayan Muna Partylist at Kgg. Raymond Palatino, Kabataan Partylist
Pebrero 8, Martes
“Islam, Jihad and Terrorism”
10:00-11:30 N.U., DSS AVR-RH 313
Tagapagsalita: Mr. Abdul Razzaq Siddiq, lider-Muslim mula sa Pakistan
Panayam: “The Rise and Decline of the U.S. Empire”
2:00-4:00 N.H., Alumni Conference Room
Tagapagsalita: Prop. Roland Simbulan
“Symposium on Research Ethics”
4:00-6:00 N.H., Little Theater
Tagapagsalita: Dr. Ma. Paula Sioco at Prop. Edlyn Jimenez
“Nuclear Resurgence in Asia”
4:00-5:30 N.H., GAB 301-B
Tagapagsalita: Atty. Virginia Pinlac
Pebrero 9, Miyerkules
Mga Panayam nina Dr. Floro Quibuyen at Prop. George Aseniero (tentative title)
9:00-12:00 N.U., Little Theater
“Good Governance and the DILG”
1:00-4:00 N.H., Little Theater
Panauhing Pandangal: Kgg. Jesse Robredo, Kalihim, Department of Interior and Local Government
“Political Economy of the World Health Organization (WHO)”
1:00-2:30 N.H., DSS AVR-RH 313
Tagapagsalita: Prop. Paul Kadetz, Department of International Development, University of Oxford, U.K
Pebrero 10, Huwebes
“SocScinema: DSS Film Festival”
8:00-12:00 N.U., DSS AVR-RH 313
“Hepatitis P: Naninilaw na Katotohanan” – A Musical Play
1:00-4:00 N.H., Little Theater
Pebrero 11, Biyernes
“North African Jasmine Revolution: Prospects of Democracy and Social Change – The Case of Tunisia and Egypt”
9:00-12:00 N.U., Little Theater
“SOCSCIYAW 2011: The DSS Annual Variety Show”
1:00-5:00 N.H., Little Theater
Science Week 2011: Chemistry 24/7
DPSM celebrates the International Year of Chemistry this year with their theme, "Chemistry 24/7."
10 AM - Opening Program, Little Theater
01 PM - Perkin Elmer Seminar, LRC-AVR
Science Exhibit / Math Exhibit, Film Showing, Little Theater
08 AM - Film Showing, Little Theater
01 PM - Film Showing, Little Theater
08 AM - Science Symposium, Little Theater
01 PM - Interblock Qwizzardry, Little Theater
08 AM - Junior (High School) Qwizzardry, Little Theater
01 PM - Qwizzardry, Little Theater
01 PM - Awarding / Closing Ceremonies, Little Theater
Area Studies Program and Philosophy Committee celebrate ASAP Week 2010
The AREA STUDIES PROGRAM and the PHILOSOPHY COMMITTEE of the DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
IKALAWANG PUTOK!: EDUKASYON, REBOLUSYON, GLOBALISASYON
A.S.A.P. 2010: Area Studies and Philosophy Week (Part 2)
Exhibit by Organization of Area Studies Majors (OrgASM)
'Impact of Globalization'
Venue: GAB Lobby, 1 p.m.
'Summer 2010 Practicum'
Venue: LT Walk, 1 p.m.
Lecture Series by the Area Studies Program: 'Biodiversity and Sustainable Development'
Speaker: Dr. Natividad F. Lacdan
Venue: RH-313, 8:30-10 a.m.
Forum by the Philosophy Committee: 'On the Basic Principles of Research Ethics'
Speaker: Dr. Ma. Paula G. Sioco
Reactor: Dean Reynaldo H. Imperial
Venue: LT, 10-1 p.m.
Performers: History I Classes of Prof. Bernard Leo M. Karganilla
Venue: GAB-301A/B, 11:30-1 p.m. and 2:30-4 p.m.
Forum by the Area Studies Program: 'Ganito Ang Buhay Noong Rebolusyong 1896-1897: Tatagal Ka Ba?'
Dr. Ronaldo B. Mactal: 'Ang Pang-araw-araw na Buhay sa Kamaynilaan sa Panahon ng Rebolusyong 1896'
Prof. Arleigh Ross D. dela Cruz: 'Panaat Palaso, Dasal at Nobena, Kamote at Monggo: Mga Alternatibong Armas at Pagkain Noong Panahon ng Rebolusyong 1896-1897'
Venue: LT, 9-12 nn
Reactor: Prof. Bernard Leo M. Karganilla
Prof, Arnulfo N. Esguerra
Venue: LT, 9-12 nn
Co-editor/Contributor: Prof. Jerome A. Ong
'Siglo: A Hundred Years of the Philippine General Hospital in the Service of the Filipino People'
Venue: LT, 9-12 nn
Forum by the Area Studies Program: 'Punitin ang Sedula, Hanapin ang Babae: Mga Usapin Ukol sa Himagsikang Pilipino'
Dr. Celestina P. Boncan: 'Unang Sigaw ng Himagsikan: Saan? Kailan?'
Prof. Mary Dorothy dL. Jose: 'Imahen ng Kababaihan sa Rebolusyong/Himagsikang Pilipino'
Venue: LT, 1-4 p.m.
Reactor: Prof. Sharon A. Caringal
Film showing by Organization of Area Studies Majors (OrgASM)
Venue: RH-313, 8-12 nn
Forum by the Philosophy Committee: 'The Role of a Question in Educational Revolution'
Speaker:Prof. Ignatius H. Vinzons
Reactor: Prof. Karen Connie M. Abalos
Venue: GAB301A/B, 1-4 p.m.
Erasmus Mundus - Mundusfor Scholarships
Application will be between June 15, 2010 until September 1, 2010
Mundusfor will provide the tools and competencies necessary for the education of professionals involved with teaching in educational institutions, in enterprises, and in community development agencies and associations.
The Master Degree intends to provide the acquisition of several competencies that will enable the student to: reflect over education and its diverse dimensions in Europe and in the world; have an attitude toward research aimed at the improvement of professional practice; manage and lead educational services and programmes; design, implement and evaluate intervention strategies in the education of professional educators; be a proficient mentor in consultancy in different areas of education of professionals.
Forum: Si Juan, Ang Lapis at ang Kanyang Pakikibaka sa Makabagong Mundo
You are all invited to the forum, "Si Juan, Ang Lapis at ang Kanyang Pakikibaka sa Makabagong Mundo". Date: August 13, 2010 Time: 1 pm to 4 pm Venue: Little Theater Speakers: Dr. Bienvenido Lumbera, Center for People Empowerment in Governance Prof. Bernadette Neri, UP Diliman Organized by UP Panitikan.
DPSM Lecture Series: Dr. Rey Garcia on "New Technologies on Diagnostics"
The Department of Physical Sciences and Mathematics is inviting everyone to a lecture on "New Technologies on Diagnostics" on August 9, 2010 with Dr. Rey Garcia as resource speaker. Dr. Garcia is a biotech consultant working on extramural projects of big pharmaceutical companies, and a Balik-Scientist Awardee. The lecture will be held 1 pm at the NTTC-HP Auditorium, Old Neda Building.