Sa diwa ng pagmamalasakit at pagdadamayan, kagyat na naglunsad ng iba’t ibang relief operations ang komunidad ng UP para sa ating mga kababayang lubhang naapektuhan ng pananalasa ng mga nagdaang bagyo. Upang pag-ibayuhin ang pagtulong para sa pagbangon ng ating komunidad at mga kababayan, itinakda ng UP System Administration ang Nobyembre 16-21, 2020 bilang “RECOVERY […]
The University of the Philippines serves as the country’s premier community of scholars, experts, academics and researchers, and a rich reservoir of knowledge, information, cutting-edge research, innovations and technologies. In accordance with its mandate as the country’s national university, tasked with taking the lead in the country’s national development as a teaching, graduate, research and public service university, UP makes it a point to open up its repository of knowledge and expertise to all sectors and members of the general public, and make its resources available to all who seek to learn, to do research and to sincerely serve the country and its people.
On 11 June 2020, the UP College of Nursing (UPCN) received the good news that it was re-designated as a World Health Organization Collaborating Center for Leadership in Nursing Development from 2020 to 2024.
In the next four years, the College will work to assist the WHO Western Pacific Regional Office to provide technical assistance to Member States in building the leadership capacity of nursing and midwifery workforce, in strengthening training in nursing, and in developing e-learning resources in community health nursing and chronic care.
The UP Padayon Public Service Office held #ThatsMyBay: A Forum on UP Initiatives in Keeping Manila Bay Alive last September 23. It brought together UP experts and stakeholders from government agencies and nongovernment organizations to present current efforts and future projects for the rehabilitation of Manila Bay.
As a result of the series of consultations with UP experts and scientists who have done research, or are currently involved in the Manila Bay Rehabilitation project, the UP Padayon Public Service Office of the Office of the Vice President for Public Affairs (OVPPA) in cooperation with the UP Diliman Institute of Environmental Science and […]
The University of the Philippines, through the Padayon Public Service Office or UP Padayon, is working for the advancement of the Manila Bay rehabilitation. The academic as well as public service initiatives of the various colleges across the UP system have aided key national government agencies in the bid to make Manila Bay sustainable. UP […]
The UP System consulted UP offices that deal directly with students and student organizations in the first phase of a “gender mainstreaming” effort for the entire University.
In a workshop organized by the UP Padayon Public Service Office (PPSO) on April 29 and 30, 2019 at the UP Diliman (UPD) Institute of Small Scale Industries, the UP Technical Working (TWG) on Gender Sensitivity and Equality consulted with the constituent unit (CU) offices of student affairs, the registrar, gender, housing, health service, counseling and guidance, anti-sexual harassment, and student councils.
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Five programs in three UP constituent universities received the Third Gawad Pangulo for Excellence in Public Service in a ceremony held on February 28, 2019 in the College of Science Auditorium, National Science Complex, UP Diliman.These are: the UP Los Baños (UPLB) Bee Program of the UPLB Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension; the Partners in Leprosy Action of the Department of Medicine of UP Manila-Philippine General Hospital (UPM-PGH); the Patient-Centered, Family-Focused, and Community-Oriented Care for Families Enrolled at the Family Health Unit (FHU) of the FHU of the Department of Family and Community Medicine of UPM-PGH; the Disaster Risk Reduction, Training , Education, and Advocacy for Children’s Protection and Resilience Project (TEACH-DRR) of the UP Visayas (UPV) Center for West Visayan Studies; and, the Dayaw at Hanasan of the UPV Sentro ng Wikang Filipino.
On February 21 (Thursday), the University of the Philippines System will participate in the Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill (NSED) to test the University’s evacuation procedures, communication protocol with the Emergency Operations Center, and the capacity to carry out its first response operations among its faculty, staff, and students as it has done in the past three years.
Join the drill on February 21 and use the hashtag #UPShakeDrill to document your NSED activities.