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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TP MAG SETS HISTORY; 3 SCRIBES ADVANCE TO LHEPC

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(by: Irishe Gold Suyu)

The Paulinian (TP), the official student publication of St. Paul University Philippines, has made its victory as it was hailed for the first time as the OVER-ALL BEST MAGAZINE in the region, along with other individual awards, during the 16th Regional Higher Education Press Conference at the Isabela State University- Ilagan Campus, December 6-8, 2017.

It was also adjudged the Best in News Page (1st Place); Best in Opinion Page (1st Place); Best in Sports Page (1st Place); Best in Page Design (1st Place); Best in DevCom Page (2nd Place); Best in Cover Design(2nd Place); Best in Literary Page (3rd Place); and, Best in Feature Page (4th Place).

Moreover, TP scribes garnered the following awards: Allaine Azada (1st Place Editorial Writing-English, 2nd Place News Writing-English and 7th Place Poetry Writing-English); Katie Piano (1st Place Feature Writing-Filipino); and, Nikko Jake Caise Acain (4th Place Copyreading and Headline Writing-Filipino and 5th Place Editorial Writing-Filipino). Allaine Azada was also named as the 2nd Individual Highest Pointe in the Press Conference.

The event was participated in by around 30 schools in Region II, bearing the theme, “Averting False Media Through Ethical Journalism”. Among the contested events were News Writing, Feature Writing, Sports Writing, Editorial Writing, DevCom Writing, Copyreading and Headline Writing, Literary Graphics, Layouting, Editorial Cartooning, Comics, Photojournalism, and Poetry Writing.




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INDONESIAN EMBASSY'S ECONOMIC AFFAIRS COUNSELLOR VISITS SPUP

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(By: Sister Andrea Theofrida Bone, Mr. Ahmad Syahlani & Dr. Jeremy Godofredo Morales)

Mr. Hidayat Zakaria, Counsellor of Economic Affairs of the Indonesian Embassy Manila visited St. Paul University Philippines on December 1, 2017 upon the invitation of SPUP President Sister Merceditas O. Ang, SPC through the International Relations Director Dr. Jeremy Godofredo C. Morales.

Upon arrival, the Indonesian Embassy Official, together with his staff, Ms. Maria Victoria Marcaida, SPUP AB Economics alumna, made a courtesy call with the President and discussed about current agreements between SPUP and various Indonesian universities, colleges and educational institutes. It was mentioned in the meeting that SPUP's curriculum is accredited in Indonesia as the university is among Philippine HEIs listed in the Indonesian Embassy.

In the meeting with the 27 Indonesian students currently on campus who are enrolled in PhD in Nursing, MS in Nursing, MA in Nursing, BSIT and Indonesian Exchange students, the good Minister mentioned that as Indonesians, the students should report their presence in the Philippines to the Indonesian Embassy so that they will be properly accounted for while in Philippines. He also suggested that the students need to improve their English language skill as the Philippines is a country where people have good command of the English language and they can improve so much here in preparation for job opportunities to work abroad as a nurses especially in Australia, with high salary. Finally, he mentioned possibilities for Indonesians to explore other programs of study in the Philippines such as IT, Hotel and Restaurant Management and Culinary Arts.

Finally, as an Economic Counsellor, he summoned the students to become entrepreneurs through their specialization and that they do good in their studies. He also congratulated the students for choosing St. Paul University Philippines because of its recognitions, awards and citations both nationally and internationally. The embassy official left some items for exhibit during the 3rd International Research Conference at SPUP.




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SPUP-COLLEGE OF NURSING TRAINS FACULTY AND STUDENTS FROM PALANGKA, RAYA, INDONESIA

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(by: Ms. Cory C. Manuel, MSN)

Nine delegates composed of six faculty members and three students from Health Polytechnic of Palangka Raya, Central Kalimatan, Indonesia were trained at St. Paul University Philippines on December 1, 2017. The faculty members represented three departments of their institution - Nursing, Nutrition and Midwifery; while, the students represented the three-year levels of their Diploma in Nursing.

The group arrived in coordination with Dr. Jeremy Godofredo Morales, (Director of International Relations), where he headed the tour around the campus on the same day. After which, the Indonesian delegates were then endorsed to the School of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences for series of lecture discussions and class observation. Dr. Elizabeth C. Baua, (Dean of SNAHS), together with Dr. Anunciacion T. Talosig, (Associate Dean for Nursing), warmly welcomed the delegates in the department.

Ms. Cory C. Manuel, MSN, discussed the Basic Life Support by presenting guidelines oncommunity-based first aid interventions. This was followed by the presentation and discussion by Dr. Anunciacion T. Talosig on the Philippine Nursing Education. In the afternoon session, the lecture was facilitated by Dr. Josephine D. Lorica discussing Basic Research Ethics followed by the lecture of Dr. Elizabeth C. Baua regarding the Program and Curriculum of Nursing Education in SPUP. Simultaneously, the three students did class observation during the PBL session of the Indonesian Nursing exchange students from STIKES Sari Mulia with Ms. Katherine Arellano as facilitator.




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SPUP REAPS PACUCOA’S HIGHEST NUMBER OF ACCREDITED PROGRAMS IN REGION 2

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St. Paul University Philippines reaped the highest number of accredited programs in Region 2. The recognition was awarded in the General Assembly of the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) on December 1, 2017 at the Condrad Hotel, Pasay City. SPUP was cited for having 16 of its programs accredited by PACUCOA. Dr. Agripina Maribbay (Vice President for Academics), Dr. Inicia Bansig (Dean, Graduate School) and Dr. Rosalinda Tanguilan (Director, Knowledge and Information Resource Network) received the award on behalf of the University.




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SPUP-PVCD AND JSWAP OBSERVE 2017 NATIONAL CHILDREN’S MONTH

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(by: Cheeni Mabbayad)

Pursuant to Republic Act No. 10661, which declared the month of November of every year as National Children’s Month (NCM), the Paulinian Volunteers for Community Development (PVCD-UNESCO) Club and the Junior Social Work Association of the Philippines (JSWAP) of SPUP spearheaded service-learning activities to SPUP’s partner communities.

The said student-organizations conducted information drive along with the theme: “BATA: Iligtas sa Droga.” The culminating activities, on November 28-29, 2017, focused on personal hygiene education, feeding program and gift-giving to daycare and kindergarten pupils in Magalalag, Enrile, Cagayan.

The activities commemorated the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child by the United Nations General Assembly in 1989, and sought to instil its significance in the Filipino consciousness.




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Events

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