The Extension Programs in Linguistics (EPL) are extension activities of the Department of Linguistics that seek to share and validate linguistic knowledge of both individuals and organizations seeking to utilize such knowledge in their line of duty, function or interest. There are two regular extension activities under it, which the department seeks to institutionalize—the Philippine Linguistics Congress, and the Summer Seminar in Linguistics.
The School of Statistics provides statistical expertise to institutions and individuals needing help in the conduct of academic and/or research work, as well as capacity building. Statistical areas in which consultation may be provided include, but are not limited to, data analysis, design of experiments, analysis of categorical data, medical statistics, social and business statistics, regression analysis, time series analysis, and data analytics.
Through this training, the skills and knowledge of the participants in research are enhanced through the use of online resources for data gathering, and computer-aided quantitative and qualitative tools for data analysis.
This course aims to develop in students the desire for community service outreach activities, while acquiring competencies in undertaking community-based training programs.
This training program helps participants analyze developmental situations by looking into the parameters and perspectives of how the state responds, respects, and fulfills its obligation to attain national development goals and strategies. It also aims to make them understand the processes and requirements of the different phases in planning, managing, monitoring and evaluating developmental projects. Moreover, it enhances their knowledge and skills in undertaking different feasibility studies particularly on market, technical, financial, socio-economic, environmental and organizational aspects of development.
The training program aims to introduce the participants to the various tools and methods in the proper framing of policy problems, evidence- based solution search, and the selection of alternatives. Participants are also taught with the techniques in policy issue paper writing, as well as effective report presentation.
This is a three-day seminar workshop aims to provide participants with theoretical foundations and practical experiences on the basics of early childhood or pre-school education. It also introduces the UP Child Development Center philosophy and approach, particularly the Integrated Core Curriculum, as well as other preschool philosophies and setups.
Kagalingang Pantahanan is a radio program aired over DZUP every Monday, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm. Hosted by the College of Home Economics, it aims to “keep listeners abreast with current issues that concern basic needs in life attended to at home and beyond. It also provides opportunity for the students, faculty, alumni, and staff of the College in the different sub-disciplines to share their expertise to the public,” according to Dean and program host Aurorita Roldan.
The Ugnayan sa Pamayanan ng College of Home Economics is a program initiated by the UP College of Home Economics in cooperation with Habitat For Humanity Philippines and the Quezon City Local Government Unit. It seeks “to institutionalize the conduct of service learning activities of the faculty, students, and staff, through selected courses such as HE 100…and Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS), among others, and through individual extension service activities, thus enabling the academic institution and the movement to continuously improve the lives of Filipino families and society.” (Quoted from the Memorandum of Agreement confirmed by the BOR on October 2015)
The Geography Field School (Geography 192: Field Methods in Geography), is a course-based extension program of the Department of Geography of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy of UP Diliman.