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by Michelle Jeanne Caracut, OC/OPI Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT) has solidified its reputation as a leading university in Mindanao by being named a Center for Sustainable Polymers – the first of its kind in the country. A sustainable polymer is a plastic material that can be used to produce a variety of...
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Mr. Jayson R. Pucot, MSU-IIT’s MS Biology student, Ms. Jea Christine Escala, BS Biology alumna, and Prof. Cesar G. Demayo, faculty member of the Department of Biological Sciences and the Project leader of the Climate Change Research Group of the Premier Research Institute of Science and Mathematics (PRISM) won the Best Paper award during the recently concluded...
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by Dani G. Ortega, CON The College of Nursing on May 28, 2021 completed the last of its three part webinar series on Optimizing the Value of Clinical Nursing Practice in the New Normal Transition. The three part event was done in collaboration with the MSU-Marawi Main Campus and was conducted via Zoom meeting on May...
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Assoc. Prof. Sumaya, who teaches at the Department of Biological Sciences of MSU-IIT’s College of Science and Mathematics (CSM), will impart her professional and personal experiences of working in the field of nematology with her talk entitled Life after nematology graduate studies: making the most of every opportunity to learn, lead and serve during the...
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by Joneil B. Medina, CED Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 3rd International Annual Meeting on Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Education or I AM STEM Education was moved online to continue the discussion of the most pressing issues and trends in STEM education. Held on September 24-25, 2020 via Zoom, the I AM STEM 2020...
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Internationalization in higher education holds the promise of promoting understanding and cooperation among peoples of different cultures and nationalities. “The way to survive and thrive in this increasingly complex global society is through collaboration,” Saint Louis University President Fr. Gilbert B. Sales, CICM, said. “We need to foster a culture of harmony that transcends national interest,” he...
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Current initiatives to harmonize the credit transfer systems of higher education institutions in the ASEAN region and beyond will address the needs of today’s learners and promote international academic mobility.   According to lawyer Lily Freida M. Milla, Commission on Higher Education officer-in-charge of the Office of the Deputy Executive Director IV and director for International...
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by Minda Sexon Integrated Developmental School (IDS) of the College of Education started year 2020 with a collaboration among its faculty, parents and alumni with a common goal: the IDS students’ welfare, oblivious to the coming of COVID- 19 and the challenges that it has brought along. On January 21, 2020, a seminar entitled Distressed or...
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As educators gear for the new school year in these “civilization-shifting” times, pursuing cross-border education seems almost beside the point. The pandemic has struck at every nerve of the educational system. The growth of academic mobility has been curtailed by travel bans, border closures and community quarantines. Yet the situation has also highlighted the relevance...
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The global COVID-19 pandemic will stir up and enliven the current strategic internationalization plans and efforts of Philippine higher education institutions.   This was the view expressed by Renato G. Reyes, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Director of International Affairs Office at Central Luzon State University. “The current situation poses greater challenges to HEIs...
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