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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UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR ISSUES LIST OF ACADEMIC SCHOLARS FOR 1ST SEM

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(By: Allaine Azada)

The University Registrar has officially released the list of ACADEMIC SCHOLARS for the First Semester of AY 2017-2018. The 75 academic scholars are comprised of 12 students in the President’s List and 63 in the Dean’s List. Ms. Shaina Myca Salas (Psy – 2) topped this semester’s honor roll as she garnered an average of 1.230.

Students in the President’s List are accorded 100% Tuition Fee Discount; while, 50% for those who are in the Dean’s List. Moreover, the scholars’ weighted average is AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED by SPUP's Student Information and Accounting System (SIAS); then, VERIFIED and VALIDATED by the University Registrar.








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SPUP TEACHER IS PH’S REP FOR YSEALI ACAD FELLOWS IN USA

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(By: Allaine Azada)

With almost a thousand applications received, a 20-member review committee had chosen Mr. John Kit Masigan, the SPUP Grade School Activity Chairman as one of the 17 Filipinos sent to participate in a sought-after international exchange program of the US Department of State.

The Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) Fall 2017 Academic Fellowship is an intensive 5-week academic institute from August 30-October 4, 2017 whose purpose is to provide groups of young leaders with a deeper understanding of the United States while simultaneously enhancing their leadership skills.

Mr. Masigan was hosted by the University of Montana (UM) which is on the top 2.4% of Universities Worldwide (Center for World University Rankings) with 20 other fellows from Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines. His fellowship, focused on Global Environmental Issues, consisted of a balanced series of seminar discussions, readings, group presentations, and lectures. The institute included an academic residency through the coursework and classroom activities which are complemented by educational travel, site visits, leadership activities, and volunteer opportunities.

“We are very privileged to be hosted by the University of Montana which is located in Missoula, a welcoming and vibrant city. It has been named as one of America's 100 Best Communities for Young People and there is always something happening, from community events to enjoying the abundance of wildlife close to the city,” said Mr. Masigan.

Academic Component
Academic fellows were introduced to environmental policy issues through a full slate of speakers, workshops, and field trips while meeting with university faculty and community leaders and participating in workshops on conflict resolution, mediation, communication, and negotiation skills.

The program underscored issues of shared environmental concerns by letting the participants explore the role of environmental policy in the development of the United States and introducing them to various partners in shaping policy and implementing programs. They were also exposed to U.S. society, culture, values, and institutions through the prism of environmental policy and used their home experiences to put environmental issues into a global context.

Group Projects
Fellows, grouped by interest, presented an environmental challenge in their home countries that parallels a similar issue in Montana. Meanwhile, the program team worked with Fellows to identify issues and appropriate source material, including interviews with representatives of governmental and non-governmental organizations.

Mr. Masigan added, “These projects provided a vehicle for on-going YSEALI engagement between us as we return home and pursue our project goals.”

Educational Study Tour
While based in Missoula, they en¬joyed a variety of field trips through¬out the state. They studied key policy issues with experts in the Missoula area; at Glacier National Park; in the capital city of Helena; in the Anaconda Company mining corridor of Butte and Milltown; and in the heart of the Flathead Indian Reserva¬tion of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.

As part of their nationwide Educational Study Tour, they were brought to New Orleans and Lafayette, Louisiana to study watershed management, natural disaster recovery and mitigation in coastal areas, and coastal climate change research alongside experiencing the diversity of Southern culture in the U.S.

They spent the final stop of the program in Washington, D.C. to analyze international issues and federal legislation with a focus on environmental and national security, environmental issues in a global context, and the development and enforcement of environmental legislation.

YSEALI Overview
Launched in 2013, the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI) is U.S. government’s signature program to strengthen leadership development and networking in Southeast Asia. Through a variety of programs and engagements, including U.S. educational and cultural exchanges, regional exchanges, and seed funding, YSEALI seeks to build the leadership capabilities of youth in the region, strengthen ties between the United States and Southeast Asia, and nurture an ASEAN community.




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SPUP STUDENTS ACCOMPLISH WAT PROGRAM IN US

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Business, Hotel and Restaurant and Tourism Management Students completed their Work And Travel (WAT) program in the United States of America (USA) from June-September 2017. In partnership with First Place Inc., the said program was participated in by 24 students from the School of Business, Accountancy and Hospitality Management (SBAHM).

The WAT Program is endeavored for all current full-time university students of any course and ages 18-25 to enter US on a J1 visa. Aside from being immersed in their respective industries and work, the participants were also given opportunity to enrich their learning through an exposure to various culture. Moreover, an opportunity to travel around the US was accorded them after their work experience.



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SPUP-CDC TIES UP WITH CHILDFUND INTERNATIONAL FOR COMMUNITY PROJECTS

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(by: Mrs. Noemi Cabaddu)

Sr. Merceditas Ang, SPC (University President, SPUP) and Mr. Federico Diaz Albertini (Country Director, ChildFund International) inked a collaborative agreement to enable the “Child Protection Towards Enabling Childhood Development and Community Transformation” (ChildProTECT) Project for the people of the Province of Apayao. The SPUP-Community Development Center Foundation, Inc. (SPUP-CDCFI) will serve as the coordinating body towards the realization of the endeavor. The said community-based project involves Early Child Care and Development (ECCD) and Family-Based Disaster Risk Management (Family-DRM).

For more information about ChildFund International, please log on to: https://www.childfund.org/philippines/




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SPUP ACCOUNTANCY STUDENTS PREVAIL IN JPIA REGIONAL CONVENTION COMPETITIONS

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(by: Linus Javier Pagulayan)

The Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants – SPUP Chapter brought home a number of awards from the NFJPIA-R02 Regional Midyear Convention held at the University of La Salette, Santiago City, Isabela on September 29-October 1, 2017. The Paulinian Accountancy students demonstrated academic excellence, socio-cultural talents, and sports skills by prevailing in various competitions: CHAMPION – Auditing Case Study (Janina Marie Garcia, Jerryvic Penetrante,Elgiva Umayam and Karen Mae Valdez); CHAMPION – Impromptu Speaking (Eden Rose Austria); CHAMPION – Slam Poetry Writing (Kristine Carla Santos); CHAMPION – Your Face Sounds Familiar (Shaira Collado); 1st Runner-Up – Extemporaneous Speaking (Karen Mae Balisi); 1st Runner-Up – Badminton (Cristine Joy Marie Bañares); 2nd Runner-Up – Debate (Gun Woo Beak, Harley Bernieson Cortes and Alicia Ashley Viggayan); 2nd Runner-Up – Creative Photography (Ronnel Lao To); 2nd Runner Up – Mural Painting (Jackie Christina Caldez, Manilyn Miraflor, Jinmary Christiana Pua and Angelica Reyes); 3rd Victor – Region 2 Cyber Accounting Genius (Janina Marie Garcia); and, 20th Victor Region 2 Cyber Accounting Genius (Harley Bernieson Cortes).

The Regional Midyear Convention was spearheaded by the National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants, sponsored by the Sycip, Gorres, and Velayo & Co. and the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants – Santiago City and was graced by 14 participating universities and colleges and over 500 delegates from all over the Region.



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Events

October

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CPD Seminars for Nurses: Tuguegarao City

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October

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Graduate School Enrollment and Comprehensive Exam Schedule AY 2017-2018

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October

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SASTE Regional Seminar

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December

09

2017 Alumni Homecoming

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December

14

3rd SPUP International Research Conference
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