St. Paul University Philippines

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CHED Autonomous Institution;    Center of Excellence in Nursing;    Center of Excellence in Teacher Education;    Center of Development in Information Technology;    Delivering Higher Education Institution for Graduate Studies for the K-12 Transition Program;    The First ISO 9001 Certified Catholic University and Private University in Asia;    The First University in the Philippines recognized by the International Accreditation Organization (IAO);    The only University in the Philippines accredited by the Asian Association Schools of Business International (AASBI);    One of the twelve participating schools in the Philippines for ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme;    Outstanding Academic/Research Library Awardee by Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians, Inc.;    Deputized institution of Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP);    One of only 11 Universities in the Philippines granted a Knowledge Development Center (KDC) by World Bank;    Most Outstanding Student Services Program in the Philippines;    Catholic Center for Culture by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines;    National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines;    UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPNet) Affiliate;    Most Environment-Friendly and Sustainable School in Region II by Environmental Management Bureau

Paulinian Achievers

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Pharmacist Licensure Examination (2018)
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Radiologic Technology Licensure Examination Passers (2018)
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Social Work Licensure Examination Passers (2018)
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Medical Technology Licensure Examination Passers (2018)
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Physical Therapists Licensure Examination Passers (2018)
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Most Outstanding Academic Librarian for Luzon by the PAARL (2017)

News

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PAULEEN SCRIBES WIN BIG AT DIVISION PRESSCON

(By: Eunseo Ha)

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In the recently held Division Schools Press Conference, on September 29 and 30, 2018 at the Cagayan National High School, 15 Pauleen Scribes emerged victorious as part of the Top 7 Winners in the various contested events. With a great determination to win coupled with passion and love for journalism, the Paulinian student journalists have secured a place in both English and Filipino individual categories.

In the English Category, Mariane Angeli L. Lubo won 1st and 5th place in Column Writing and Copy and Headline Writing respectively, as Darylle Jake Sariego placed 2nd in Photojournalism, while Tristan King Seminiano garnered 3rd place in the Science and Technology Writing category. Jim Jerico Cedric Uy of Sports Writing and Ma. Alexandra Jayme of Feature Writing both placed 4th in their respective categories. Other winners of the english category are: Lorenzo Agarpao; 5th placer in the Editorial Cartooning Category, Maria Louise Sundae Aquino; 6th place in Editorial Writing Category, and Albert Angelo M. Castro who garnered 7th place in the News Writing Category.

In the Filipino category, Photojournalist Lyndon Gayudan won 2nd place. On the other hand, Christian-Mari Lex Cabulisan of the News Writing Category, Irish V. Palma of the Editorial Cartooning Category, and Jerobie Furagganan of the Editorial Writig Category, all garnered 3rd place in their respective categories. Meanwhile Angel Agcaoili placed 6th in Copy Reading and Headline Writing, and lastly Lyza Jane Tagal placed 7th in Featute Writing.

All Journalists mentioned above will be representing the Division of Tuguegarao in the incoming Regional Schools Pres Conference to be held at the city of Ilagan. They were coached by Mr. Chester Karl Manuel, the adviser of The Pauleen.




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THE PAULINETTE SCRIBES REAP LAURELS IN DIVISION CONFAB

(by: Hakyshia Mabborang)

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In its aim to hone the journalistic skills of student-writers, school paper advisers and coaches, the Division of Tuguegarao City conducted the Division Schools Press Conference last September 29-30 at the Cagayan National High School which was participated in by 35 campus journalists from The Paulinette, the official publication of SPUP’s Grade School Department.

For English medium, Yanny Valera and Gianna Addun, clinched 1st place in Editorial Writing and Copyreading & Headline Writing respectively. Moreover, Seneca Marciano grabbed the second place for Photojournalism, and Sheryl Reyes also won 2nd in Column Writing. Set in 4th spots were MK Genobili, Amara Lasam, and Ella Gorospe, for News Writing, Science and Technology, and Sports Writing respectively.

For Filipino medium, Zachiabelle Canapi bagged 4th place in Feature Writing, while Venn Baldino (Science and Technology), Yalena Addun (Copyreading & Headline Writing), and Shayne Garcia (Column Writing) all placed 7th in their respective categories.

Dr. John Kit Masigan, the TP adviser and coach said, “This year is definitely tough since we are fielding grades 4-6 students in all individual categories for both medium. Nevertheless, the team is ever zealous to give the best for its comeback, through the overwhelming support of parents and the administration.”

The winners in the division contest shall advance to the regional schools press conference slated this November in the City of Ilagan.




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BEU JOURNOS GIRD FOR DSPC, TRAINS WITH PIA

(by: Cyrah Ontiveros)

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Thirty-six journalists from The Paulinette (Grade School) and thirty-eight from The Pauleen (High School) were trained by Ms. Purita S. Licas, Regional Director of Philippine Information Agency (PIA) 2 and Mr. Mark Djeron Tumabao, Regional Editor, PIA-R02 on September 19-20, 2018 at the Junior High School Library, in preparation for the 2018 Division Schools Press Conference (DSPC).

The school’s representatives for the said event were immersed to both lectures and writeshops in all categories, namely, News Writing, Copyreading and Headline Writing, Feature Writing, Editorial Writing, Editorial Cartooning, Science and Technology Writing, Sports Writing, and Photojournalism.

Since the training is geared towards the incoming DSPC and other journalism- related endeavors, Director Licas expressed her appreciation for the conduct of such event as she said, “It has been a joy to address our young writers’ needs to be trained on the works of journalists”.




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SPUP HOSTS SCHOOL HEADS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (SHDP) FOUNDATION COURSE

(by: Dr. Agripina Maribbay)

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As a Center of Teacher Training in Region 02, St. Paul University Philippines has been identified by the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) as a service provider of teacher trainings in Region 02. Recently, SPUP hosted the School Heads Development Program (SHDP) Foundation Course (Batch 9, Modules 1 and 2) for the Department of Education school heads and aspiring school heads in Region 02 on August 30-September 5, 2018 and September 10-15 at the LRC building.

The training aimed to improve the capacity of school heads and aspirants to manage their schools as well as prepare aspirants to handle the responsibilities of a school head. The program design is anchored on the National-Competency-Based Standards for School Heads.

Plenary sessions were held at the MM Hall while the parallel sessions were conducted at the fourth floor of the LRC building.

About four hundred school heads and aspirants participated in the training. The trainees and facilitators were housed at the St. Paul Home.




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UNESCO CLUB PHILIPPINES RECOGNIZES OUTSTANDING PAULINIANS

(by: Mrs. Noemi Cabaddu)

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St. Paul University Philippines was honored at the 2018 International Assembly of Youth for UNESCO (Y4U) as Paulinians were recognized as Outstanding UNESCO Club leaders and champion. Ms. Trisha Elene dela Cruz (PALM-4) and Mr. Janesis RR Buena (SW-4) were named Outstanding Youth Leaders and Dr. Allan Peejay Lappay (Director, Alumni, External Relations and Advocacies) as an Outstanding Educator. The said Paulinians, who went through rigorous screening and deliberation processes, were recognized for their significant contribution in the attainment of UNESCO goals and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Moreover, the Paulinian Volunteers for Community Development (PVCD-UNESCO) Club was adjudged as one of the Outstanding UNESCO Clubs in the Philippines. Sr. Merceditas Ang, SPC (University President) and Mrs. Noemi Cabaddu (Director, Community Extension Services) witnessed the awarding ceremonies.

The endeavour is annually organized by the National Association of UNESCO Clubs in the Philippines (NAUCP). This year, it was held at the Icon Hotel, Timog Avenue, Quezon City, with the theme: “Protecting Heritage, Fostering Creativity.” It was attended by delegates from public and private learning institutions and local government units from the Philippines; and a number of participants and speakers from other countries like Japan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Canada, Thailand, Malaysia, Pakistan and Germany.

The three-day convergence also featured various activities such as paper/research presentations; seminar-workshop on Global Citizenship Education; academic and aesthetics contests; plenary talks, recognition of UNESCO Clubs with good standing and newly accredited clubs; search for Mr. and Ms. NAUCP Ambassadors; product display; and cultural show.




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Events

October

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16th National Conference on Information Technology Education

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December

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4th SPUP International Health Congress

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Accreditations

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IAO

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AASBI

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PAASCU

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