The UP Padayon Public Service Office, in its commitment to develop a strategic public service framework and a system for designing, linking, and sustaining public service programs in the University, will hold the System Workshop on UP Public Service Monitoring and Reporting on 01 March 2021, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM via Zoom with Professor […]
The University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU) Office of Gender Concerns (OGC) continues to advocate for a #VAWFreePH by joining this year’s International Day for the Elimination for Violence Against Women and Children and the National Consciousness Day for the Elimination of VAWC as declared through Republic Act 10398.
The UP Hamili Brotherhood and the UP Hamilia Sisterhood handed over P30,000.00 to Chancellor Clement Camposano on November 18, 2020. The money is being donated in support of the UPV Disaster Response Operation.
The amount is part of the “Help for Catanduanes and Cagayan Fund Drive” of the two organizations launched on Sunday to respond to the communities’ pressing needs in the Cagayan Valley Catanduanes, which were severely ravaged by the recent typhoons Ulysses and Rolly.
The All UP Academic Employees Union Diliman, in cooperation with the UP Diliman Covid-19 Response Volunteers (UPCRV) and the Concerned Artists of the Philippines (CAP), has organized BALSA or Bayanihan Alay sa Sambayanan for communities affected by Typhoon Ulysses.
These past two weeks have been filled with news and reports of the catastrophic damage that has been caused by STY Rolly and TY Ulysses. In line with this, and the recent flooding triggered by the typhoons, UP Visayas met with the Office of the City mayor yesterday, November 16, 2020, to discuss a meta-analysis of extreme flooding studies in the Philippines that was conducted to extract lessons that could inform flood preparedness of Iloilo City. Chancellor
“Zero Rabies in Davao City: A Dream or a Reality?” a webinar on the rabies landscape of Davao City was held online on 17 November 2020. The “Synoptic Study on Transmission and Optimum Control to Present Rabies,” or STOP Rabies program, for short, presented its three studies and arrived at five policy recommendations:
The Department of Human and Family Development Studies of the College of Human Ecology will hold the annual and eighth Pintig from Nov. 14 to 25.
This year’s Pintig, unique as it is the first time it will be held online via Zoom and Facebook Live streaming, is made possible through a collaboration with the UPLB Human and Family Development Society and Pintig Adolescent Development and Psychosocial Support Program.
The holding of Pintig began in 2013 to provide a venue for free workshops and forum on psychosocial issues and concerns among adolescents.
UPLB CARES hopes to encourage individuals, alumni, groups, or organizations to support UPLB students in their remote learning needs by becoming a donor. Interested donors have five donation packages to choose from: Package A covers Internet subsidy only which can be paid monthly or in lump sum. This amounts to Php 2,000 per month load and a pocket Wi-Fi. Package B covers one-time gadget only donation ranging from Php 20,000 to Php 30,000 for laptop purchase with specifications good for Office applications and web conferencing or a tablet with the same specifications or with peripherals like bluetooth keyboard. Package C covers a combination of Packages A and B, internet and gadget, Package D covers financial assistance of any amount, and Package E covers donation of actual gadgets or laptops.
The University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) developed the Learning Management System (LMS) as its new platform for remote learning.
A team of IT experts led by Prof. Nilo Araneta developed the LMS in two months. The project, which costs Php 345,000, was under the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.
In celebration of the Native Plants Week and the annual Ibagiw Festival, the Native Plants Committee of the College of Science, University of the Philippines Baguio in collaboration with the Ibagiw Festival Organizers bring you a blend of art, culture, and science!