St. Paul University Philippines

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New Paulinian Registered Radiologic Technologists, Batch Passing Rate: 100%;    New Paulinian Registered Medical Technologists, Batch Passing Rate: 100%;    New Paulinian Pharmacists, Batch Passing Rate: LJDM 100%, School Passing Rate: 96.67%;    New Paulinian Social Workers 100% Batch Passing Rate;    SPUP is an Autonomous University and was awarded Center of Excellence in Nursing, Center of Excellence in Teacher Education, Center of Development in Information Technology

Paulinian Achievers

John Kit Masigan
TOSP 2014

Giovanni Cabalza
TOSP Region 02 2015 Awardee

Karylle Mae Formoso
TOSP Region 02 2015 Awardee

Nelson Gacutan
Outstanding UNESCO Youth Leaders of the Philippines 2013 Awardee

Mark Anthony Baliuag
Delegate, 29th International Youth Leadership Conference in Prague, Czech Republic

Jayson Tacazon
Top 7, 2014 Sanitary Engineering Board Examination

Eunice Ma. Angelica Herrera
Top 5, April 2014 Librarian Licensure Examination

James Patrick Mahor
Outstanding Paulinian Students of the Philippines 2014 Awardee

Vander Norikko Casibang
Outstanding Paulinian Students of the Philippines 2014 Finalist

Davenn Bacud
Philippine Model Congress 2014 Delegate

Piny Ellaine Cesar
Formosa Cultural Exchange Program 2015 Participant

Cherson Bariuan
Formosa Cultural Exchange Program 2015 Participant

Brendan Tangan
Formosa Student Cultural Exchange Program 2015 Participant

Ruby Johmaima Bulan
Top 8, Nurse Licensure Examination December 2012

Neyza Vhiehl Mangahas Top 8, Nurse Licensure Examination December 2012

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SPUP-HEALTH SERVICES UNIT LEADS EMPLOYEES’HEALTH SEMINAR

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(by: Ms. Bernadette D. Quiambao, RN)

SPUP’s Health Services Unit (HSU) spearheaded the conduct of Employees’ Health Seminar on November 08, 2017. Held at the Mo. Madeleine Hall, the HSU Staff discussed Health Issues relevant to the community and in the workplace such as Hepatitis A and B, Pulmonary Tuberculosis, HIV, DIY Braces, and Halitosis. Participated in by faculty members, staff, maintenance and personnel, the seminar aimed to create awareness as the speakers emphasized the debilitating consequences of these health concerns to the body and their effects in relation to work and to the community.

The University Nurses, Mrs. Bernadette D. Quiambao, RN, talked about Pulmonary Tuberculosis:Transmission and Effects in the workplace; Mr. John Paul G. Talosig, RN, on the Prevention and Risks of Human Immune Deficiency; and, Ms. Zylla Ezra B. Tenedero, RN, on Hepatitis A and B: Their Differences and Vaccination. On the other hand, the University Dentists, Dr. Grace D. Tamayao and Dr. Angelica S. Asuncion lectured on the Effects of DIY Braces and Halitosis respectively.

The seminar was held in collaboration with the Human Resource Management Office.




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SPUP PRESIDENT PRESENTS RESEARCH IN NEW YORK

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Sister Merceditas Ang, SPC (University President) presented her research entitled, "Servant-Leadership Profiles of School Leaders: Leading to Serve" at the 2017 International Research and Education Conference organized by the Association of Filipino Teachers in Eastern America (AFTEA) and the Philippine Consulate in New York on October 28, 2017.

Mrs. Belen Lim (Auditor, SPUP Alumni Association) journeyed with Sr. Merceditas and participated in the said conference from October 27-31, 2017. The SPUP representatives met with Philippine Consul General, Atty. Ma. Theresa De Vega and the members of the Filipino-Teachers’ community in New York.

The AFTEA International Research and Education Conference included school visit to top Ivy League Universities like Harvard University, Yale University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.




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SPUP GUIDANCE SPEARHEADS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS CAMPAIGN

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(by: Mrs. Teresita Lasam)

As the month of October is dedicated to “Mental Health Awareness,” SPUP’s Guidance Office conducted activities to promote Positive Mental Health by focusing on prevention practices. The month-long endeavor comprised of dialogues, colloquia, individual consultations and film-viewing.

The campaign culminated on October 27, 2017, with a movie-viewing of the film “Till the End of Us.” SPUP students were allotted particular schedule to watch the movie at the Mo. Madeleine Hall and ended with a processing by the Guidance Counselors. The said undertaking was meant to ensure that students can learn healthful ways and fruitful means to address and cope with emotional, psychological, physical, social and spiritual pressures.




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SPUP-CDC AND CHILDFUND PHILIPPINES ORGANIZE SPONSORSHIP MANAGEMENT TRAINING FOR COMMUNITY PROJECT

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(by: Mrs. Herminia Danao)

In working with ChildFund Philippines for the Province of Apayao, particularly for the Municipality of Luna and Flora, under the ChildProTECT Project, the SPUP Community Development Center Foundation, Inc. (SPUPCDCFI) conducted a three-day training on Sponsorship Management for its program volunteers consisting of Child Development Workers, Barangay Nutrition Scholars and Barangay Officials on October 24-26, 2017 at SPUP Mo. Madeleine Hall and Global Center. The training aimed at heightening knowledge on the programs and services of the Country Office for the disadvantaged, secluded and underprivileged IP children and their families.

Dr. Agripina B. Maribbay (VP Acadamics, SPUP) graced the occasion with her Opening and Closing Remarks which highlighted appreciation of the Country Office’ partnership with SPUPCDCFI in its vision to attain better communities in the Province of Apayao whose children, youth and families are assisted to become secure, healthy, educated and responsible members.

Mrs. Noemi T. Cabaddu (Director, SPUP CES) also explained the vision, mission, goal, programs and services of the Foundation in response to the Introduction on ChildFund Philippines and its programs and services by Ms. Cherry Moreno (Sponsor Relations Officer). Sponsorship Management was further explained by Mr. Dexter Garcia, (Monitoring and Evaluation Officer) who underscored the Child Verification Process, Policies, Procedures and Responsibilities. Ms. Gretchen Garcia, (Project Development Officer II, Province of Apayao) was also invited to share the salient points of the Philippine Laws pertaining to work with children and youth and their families such as the Executive Order 209, Presidential Decree 603 and the Early Years Act of 2013 (RA 10410).

The training was made more meaningful with the inclusion of the topic on Family-Based Disaster Risk Management (FDRM), by Mr. Erwin Peter Galido, (Disaster Risk Management Specialist), which gave the participants increased awareness on what disaster management is and their functions and responsibilities as community volunteers. The topic also equipped the SPUPCDCFI staff with the process and procedures relevant to emergency response.




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SPUP COLLEGE STUDENTS' FORUM HIGHLIGHTS SAFETY AND SECURITY

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October 25, 2017 - The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) and Office of Alumni, External Relations and Advocacies (AERA) spearheaded the conduct of College Students' Forum which focused on Students' Safety and Security. Held at the University Gymnasium, the assembly was participated in by Third and Fourth Year College Students with the assistance of the Paulininian Student Goverment (PSG) officers.

The speakers were from the Philippine National Police (PNP) - Tuguegarao City Station. PSI Regielyn Natividad explained the Anti-Violence against Women and Children in the context of student experiences. She emphasized that the law was made to protect women and children who are often subjects of abuses and crimes. On the other hand, PSI Alexander Tamang led the discussion on Crime and Drug Prevention. He encouraged students to focus on their studies and shun away from influences that may induce them to substance abuse which may lead them to commit a crime. After the presentation of the speakers, Ms. Alma Quinagoran (Director, OSA) and Dr. Allan Peejay Lappay (Director, AERA) facilitated a fruitful exchange of queries, suggestions and direct answers in an open forum.

The program, hosted by Ms. Jade De Guzman and Mr. Allaine Azada (PSG Officers), concluded with a thanksgiving and an acknowledgment of the Speakers and the participants.




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Events

November

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College Level - Midterm Examination

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December

09

2017 Alumni Homecoming

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December

14

3rd SPUP International Research Conference
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