CASS faculty, students present research papers in international conference

CASS faculty, students present research papers in international conference

by Kimberly Jhie E. Alejandrino

Faculty members and students from the College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) went beyond the frontiers of the research arena on November 14 to 15, 2016 as they participated in the 12th International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences (IC-HUSO) 2016 with its theme Challenge, Equity, and Responsibility, held in the Faculty of Humanities, Khon Kaen University, Thailand.

The annual international conference aims to share works, exchange ideas and form networks in humanities and social sciences among researchers, scholars, lecturers, students and social scientists across the globe. For the 12th IC-HUSO, over 14 countries and a total of 211 papers were submitted. A good number of these papers come from Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology, which being a linkage to Khon Kaen University, also jointly organized the event.

Presenters from the Department of English include Lourd Greggory Crisol, with his paper ‘Habak, Lana, Bughat, and other Terms: The Register Used in Tambal Binisaya’, Nelia Balgoa, DHS on ‘Capturing the Ambivalence:  The Non Creative Fiction as an Emergent Literary Form in Philippine Migration Literature’, Onnah Pierre Talle on Goodness, Wealth, Marriage, and Revenge: The Values of Women in Agamaniyog Folktales’, Rosemarie Purganan on ‘An Inventory on Language Learning Strategies Used by First year Students from the College of Arts and Social Sciences’, Venus Parmisana on ‘Three Regions, One Indigenous Language, Two Vitality Assessments: The Higaonon In Mindanao’, Loreta Fajardo on ‘The Tarpaulins: From the Perspective  of The Young and Educated Meranaw Women’, Ma. Theresa Villabona on ‘Audio-Visual Materials with Intralingual Subtitles: Their Effects on the Vocabulary Acquisition of Selected Grade 5 Students’ and Kimberly Alejandrino on ‘Pagtuki sa Binalaybay: A Stylistic Analysis of Sebuano Figurative Language in Iligan National Writers Workshop‟s Sebuano Poems’.

From the Department of Psychology, Odessa May Escalona along with her thesis advisees Miko Jude Baterna, Sheila Joy Jangad on ‘Academic Dishonesty: When Deviance Becomes A Norm’ and Nicole Garduce, Paula Aurea Labita, April Grace Pacaña on ‘Psychopathy on Reactive and Proactive Aggression: The Mediating Effect of revised-Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory Systems’ and Kristel Rose Alvarico, Roline Angel Divino, Kristine Mae Sanoy on ‘Psychopathy And Aggression: The Mediating Role Of Looming Cognitive Styles And BIS/BAS’.

From the Department of Sociology, Sulpecia Ponce, PhD and Nimfa Bracamonte, PhD on ‘Health and Labor situation of Bajau Mothers and Children in Iligan City, Philippines’, Liwayway Viloria, PhD and her thesis advisees Ariel Abragan, Ramelyn Bracero, Shiela Sinconiegue on ‘Philippine Government Structural Reform from Unitary To Federal: Views from Government and Private Sectors’.

CASS Dean Marie Joy Banawa, PhD of the Department of Filipino and Other Languages and Felicidad Gadiano of the Department of Sociology also presented ‘From the Dumpsite to the Classroom: An Impact Study’, a paper on the college’s Sagip-Aral, Sagip-Buhay extension project.

Other participating academic institutions include National Economics University, Hanoi, Vietnam; Jusuf Kalla School of Government, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia; Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai Campus, Thailand; Institute of ASEAN Studies, Uttaradit Rajabhat University, Thailand; Center for Research on Plurality in the Mekong Region and Research Group on Wellbeing and Sustainable Development, Khon Kaen University, Thailand; among many others.

With inputs from the aforementioned researchers and from other presenters, Dr. Kulthida Tuamsuk, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science of Khon Kaen University remarked, that IC-HUSO is “the opened stage which scholars can distribute and share their knowledge and enhance cooperative learning in order to develop quality and standard research and theses in these fields.”

IC-HUSO 2016 is only one of the many conferences through which the Institute’s faculty members and students enhance cooperative learning and cultivate knowledge while braving through challenges, in the quest for equity and social responsibility.

Topics : IC-HUSO  research

CASS faculty, students present research papers in international conference

DTTE-CED faculty and students present papers at IC-HUSO 2015

by College of Education

Six research papers from the Department of Technology Teacher Education (DTTE) of the College of Education were presented at the 11th International Conference in Humanities and Social Sciences (IC-HUSO 2015) at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Khon Kaen University, Thailand on November 26-27. Of these, five were student outputs.

The papers that were presented included “Basic Tool in Learning Lumion” by Ella Christabel R. Balucan, Hershey Kris B. Gentiles, and Vanessa Anne G. Gicum; “Modular Instruction in Designing a One-Storey Residential House using Google Sketchup” by Zillah Faith L. Espada; “Modular Instruction in Bolts and Nuts using CAD” by Chana Cres C. Bawi-in; “Modular Instruction in creating Bolts and Nuts using Google SketchUp” by Nathanael A. Pacaldo; “Modular Instruction in Logo making using Coreldraw” by Irish Mae L. Aljas, Crystal Jay C. Ariza and Jalaicah U. Solaiman; and “Training Module in NC II TESDA Technical Drafting” by Norhaemah B. Dangdang, and Jack Leny G. Bagongon.

Dr. Michael Art R. Napoles , faculty of DTTE and the thesis adviser of the 11 student presenters also delivered papers on “Students Awareness on the Environmental Saving Practices at Home” and “ Development and Validation of Module on the Different kinds of Wood Joints” during the conference.

DTTE has consistently participated in the conference which has been held annually since 2002. This year’s conference theme focused on Challenge, Equity and Responsibility. – Contributed news

Topics : education  conference