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by Lynrose Jane D. Genon, OVCRE-DE/CASS The Department of Extension (DE) of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension (OVCRE) held the second in-house review of extension programs of MSU-IIT on September 15  through a virtual program due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The activity was live-streamed at WE CARE Extension Program of MSU-Iligan...
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by Allen Ramiso Education is a right given to people as a weapon to break the chains of poverty. It gives an upper hand to a person who experiences difficulties in life or offers a glimpse of hope. In this quest, it takes a gigantic risk for someone to last given the number of hindrances...
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by Angeline Pama-Dinoro, Ph.D As the entire academic community like the MSU-IIT faces the challenges amidst the CoVid 19 pandemic, its College of Education continues to strengthen its pursuits as a Center of Excellence for Teacher Education in its instruction, research and community involvement. In the realization of these pursuits, CEd will host a series...
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by Juliet N. Tero The Department of Physical Education (DPE), College of Education-Integrated Developmental School- Integrated Rural Development Academy (CED-IDS-IRDA) hosts a Virtual Zumba and Yoga Fitness Class originally scheduled every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:00 to 11:00 A.M., starting May 12, 2020. Participants are invited to join the group via Google Meet posted...
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by Maria Cindy F. Cardona The College of Education, with its distinction as a Center of Excellence for Teacher Education, aims to establish linkages and strengthen collaboration with international partner schools. Among its partner schools is Kasetsart University, a public research university and one of Thailand’s oldest universities. It is known internationally for academic excellence...
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by Christine Mae Tecson For the first time, the College of Education makes a breakthrough in pursuing its international presence through the conduct of an online field work with the Faculty of Tarbiyah Institut Agama Islam Negeri Kudus of Indonesia. The contrived field work lecture with the theme, Glocalization of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)...
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by Dani G. Ortega, CON College of Nursing faculty member, Asst. Prof. Geraldine Ridad, wins first place in the nationwide 3-Minute Pitch to Policymakers Competition conducted by the DOST-Philippine Council for Health Research and Development (PCHRD) on August 14, 2020.  Asst. Prof. Ridad bested competitors from colleges and universities representing the different regional health research...
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by Lynrose Jane D. Genon, CASS Food security and livelihood are adversely affected by the unprecedented lockdown measures of the COVID-19 pandemic. For example, the fish supply to upland communities has drastically diminished,  thus prices skyrocketed making them less affordable to low-income consumers like the locals of Rogongon, one of the remote barangays of Iligan...
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VLIR-UOS, the scholarship arm of the Belgian (Flemish) government, and two other universities in Belgium have signified their commitment to continue to support Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute of Technology through research grants and graduate scholarships. This year, two students from the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) have been awarded by VLIR-UOS a Master of...
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by Joey Genevieve Martinez, OVCPD-OIA The Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT) has proven once again its commitment to providing quality education at par with global standards when two alumnae of the College of Science and Mathematics were awarded full PhD scholarships in one of Europe’s finest research institution. Ms. Jessil Ann...
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