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by Michelle Jeanne Caracut, OC/OPI MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology (IIT) has improved its standing in the ranking of top universities in the Philippines, moving two notches up in the Webometrics Ranking Web of Universities: July 2020.  MSU-IIT now ranks 8th in the list of Philipine schools in the Webometrics ranking. It was in 10th place...
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by Joniel Medina & J-Roel Semilla In response to the present need for continuing education in this time of pandemic, the College of Education together with the Integrated Developmental School (IDS) and Integrated Rural Development Academy (IRDA) conducted a webinar series  on Innovative and Flexible Teaching and Learning or InFleX every Tuesday at 10-12 noon...
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by J-Roel Semilla The College of Education of the MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology  announces that the admission and enrolment procedure for the Certificate in Professional Teaching (CPRT)Program starts on July 21, 2020. Please be advised of the requirements and policies that follow.  Requirements for First Year CPRT Students:  Official Transcript of RecordsAdmission Form – from Admission...
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by Neil Arkhe P. Azcuna, OPI The Institute’s resident theater company, the Integrated Performing Arts Guild (IPAG), and its artistic director, the recently retired Prof. Steven Patrick C. Fernandez, DFA, are among the eight Mindanao awardees to receive the first Gador Awards given by the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP). The Gador Award, named...
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by Michelle Jeanne Caracut, OC/OPI ALTHOUGH provisional face-to-face classes may be allowed in areas placed under modified general community quarantine (MGCQ) like Iligan City, MSU-IIT is developing alternative learning arrangements – including online learning – to minimize the threat of COVID-19 infections when the first semester of the academic year 2020-2021 opens.  With its issuance...
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by Maria Camilla Ann Llamas and Nenen Borinaga The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has dramatically affected the university’s operations, forcing most MSU-IIT employees to shift towards remote working. While many of them have adapted to the new ‘norm’, others are still struggling to adjust. To meet this challenge, the Center for eLearning (MICeL), in collaboration with...
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by Jun Karren V. Caparoso, CED The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension (OVCRE) through the Gender and Development Resource Center (GADRC) and the College of Education (CED) organized a webinar session on the topic “Promoting STEM among Girls” last June 4, 2020. The webinar speaker was Dr. Roberto Ramos, a Filipino...
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by Michelle Jeanne Caracut, OC/OPI HAND washing, wearing face masks, and social distancing are some of the more known measures in use today to combat coronavirus. However, there is one more way of preventing infection, and that is through nutrition, anti-COVID-19 nutrition to be exact. The anti-COVID-19 nutrition is a safe and inexpensive way to prevent infection...
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by J-Roel Semilla MSU-IIT College of Education is now accepting applicants in the following DOST-CBPSME scholarship-supported degree programs for First Semester, AY 2020-2021:1. Master of Science Education (Biology, Chemistry, General Science, Mathematics & Physics), and 2. Doctor of Philosophy in Science Education (Chemistry)You can download the Scholarship Brochure (to see Eligibility Criteria, Scholarship Privileges, Documentary Requirements,...
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` by Celesamae Vicente, CCS Undersecretary Rowena Guevara and Regional Director Alfonso Alamban visited iDEYA: Center for Technopreneurship Innovation, the DOST-funded Technology Business Incubator in MSU-IIT on February 29, 2020.  Highlights of the “kamustahan session” with Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Jinky Bornales and the DOST team included discussions on the thrusts of DOST...
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