The Leadership and Local Governance lecture series aims to engage former and incumbent elected local officials in sharing their experiences and views on the subject through a structured format that will enable distilling of lessons and challenges across contexts. Through this mechanism, it is hoped that the UPLB CPAf can provide the platform for meaningful exchange, continuing dialogue and action to foster academe- local government partnership as lead agent of local development.
The Summer Program in Economics (SPE) is an intensive program designed to prepare prospective students wishing to pursue graduate studies in economics, agricultural economics, and allied fields.
The seminar series aims to establish an on-going culture of learning among the faculty of UPLB, its REPS, and its students based on their interests and needs, with the goal of producing a more effective and efficient community-based strategies for community development.
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 office seeks to encourage and strengthen teaching, research extension and advocacy on and for women in the university. It provides enlightenment on gender and development issues and concerns and undertakes sustained advocacy for gender responsive governance in the region through the synergy of government, academe, and civil society.
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.
This training aims to orient teachers on pedagogy, social sciences, Lumad situationer, and other current events.
This seminar-workshop serves as a venue to introduce and orient participants in the area of gender and development research. This can also be an opportunity to discuss possible research ideas, as well as important research questions in the field.
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.