19 papers presented in School of Graduate Studies’ 3rd Research Colloquium

Alita Roxas
SGS Dean Dr. Alita T. Roxas welcomes participants

The School of Graduate Studies (SGS) held its third Research Colloquium with 19 presenting their graduate and post-graduate theses at the CSM Lecture Hall B and at the CEd AVR on August 28, 2013.

The Research Colloquium started during the Second Semester, AY 2012-2013 and during the 2013 Summer term.

In her welcome remarks, SGS Dean Dr. Alita T. Roxas said that the activity allows graduate students to improve their papers before the final defense and to train them to present papers before diverse audiences.

SGS Assistant Dean Dr. Nelia G. Balgoa reiterated the objectives of the colloquium: for a wider dissemination of theses, dissertations and special projects; to improve the quality of papers before the final defense for a degree; and enhance and update current research practices in the SGS. A compilation of the paper abstracts of the papers presented that day was distributed to the audience.

SGS Assistant Dean Dr. Nelia G. Balgoa giving the aims of the
 colloquium
SGS Assistant Dean Dr. Nelia G. Balgoa giving the aims of the colloquium

Amado C. Guinto
MAELS student Amado C. Guinto, Jr. during the first plenary session

Master of Arts in English Language Studies (MAELS) graduate Amado C. Guinto, Jr. opened the first Plenary Session with his paper entitled “Using Distillation as an Alternative Method for Imagery-Based Instruction: Towards Improving Comprehension in the Literature Classroom” at the CSM Lecture Hall B.

Simultaneous presentations were held for six presenters from the College of Arts & Social Sciences (CASS) for various degrees: MAELS – Lourd Greggory D. Crisol; Master of Arts in History – Cris Hannibal P. Non, Marjorie Joy S. Almario; Sociology – Novie Arren P. Barreto; and in Filipino- Settie-Zhayma R. Sarip; and Ph.D. in Filipino – Julie Ann C. Asari-Orobia; four from the College of Engineering (COE): MS in Mechanical Engineering – Mark D. Villanueva; MS in Civil Engineering- Jogiemar I. Recososa; and, MS in Electrical Engineering –Rennie E. Miculob and Jeprie L. Gultia; three from the College of Business Administration & Accountancy (CBAA): Masters in Business Management – Rosedel T. Rosas and Lemuel Clark P. Velasco; three from the College of Education (CEd): MSCIED-General Science – Dan MCapangpangan; and MSCIED in Elementary Mathematics – Rollylet G. Estember; and, MS in Physical Education-Josephine S. Duyaguit; two from the School of Computer Science (SCS): MS in Information Technology – Jinky O. Gabato and Arvel L. Huilar.

Judelyn M. Salon of the SGS DiSDS Program in Sustainable Resource Management presented her paper, “Empowerment of Environmental Migrants and Social Legitimacy of Humanitarian Organizations in Relief Support, Resettlement, social Integration Management: The Case of Typhoon ’Washi’ Victims in Northern Mindanao” during the second plenary session on the same day.

MAELS student Lourd Greggory Crisol delivers his paper
MAELS student Lourd Greggory Crisol delivers his paper


Panelists during the colloquium

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Photos by Liwayway Viloria

Topics : Research Colloquium