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 by Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians, Inc.;    Center for Teacher Training Institution by the Department of Education;    Deputized institution of Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP);    One of only 16 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 the Environmental Management Bureau;    Best Non-Government Organization (SPUP Community Development Center Foundation Inc.) by the Department of Social Welfare and Development;    Regional Arts Center by the Cultural Center of the Philippines;    Accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU);    Accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA);    Top Performing School and Producer of Board Topnotchers and Passers in Licensure Examinations;    Producer of Winners in various searches for Outstanding Students and Professionals;   

Paulinian Achievers

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Physician Licensure Examination (2019)
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Medical Technoligist Licensure Examination (2019)
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Pharmacist Licensure Examination (2019)

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BEU LAUDS 2019 GRADE 6 GRADUATES

(by: Dr. John Kit Masigan)

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The Basic Education Unit- Grade School department recognized the 122 grade 6 graduates during its 102nd Commencement Exercises held at the University Gymnasium on June 17, 2019.

Led by this year’s first honors, Gianna Therese T. Addun, the members of the graduating class were awarded for attaining the following awards: With Honors, Deportment, Subject Proficiency, Deportment Award, Leadership and Service Awards, Journalism Award , and Club Awards.

Moreover, international and national winners/qualifiers in different fields such as robotics, journalism, sports and mathematics were recognized.

Sr. Carmelita S. Villanueva, spc (BEU Principal) presented the graduates after having well and faithfully fulfilled all the requirements prescribed for in their academic course. The candidates for graduation were confirmed by Sr. Merceditas O. Ang, spc (University President), conferring on them the certificates which they have merited.


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BEU RECOGNIZES ACADEMIC AND EXTRA-CURRICULAR AWARDEES

(by: Dr. John Kit Masigan)

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The Recognition Day held at the University Gymnasium on June 17, 2019 commemorated the synergy of Paulinian Excellence as the Basic Education Unit brings on the limelight the achievers from grade 1-5, 7-9, and 11 who are holistic and intellectually crafted to create the main figure that speaks out for our Paulinian reputation.

With this year's theme, "Harvesting Paulinian Academic Excellence in the 4th Industrial Revolution", the meritorious students were recognized for their academic, deportment, subject proficiency, leadership, and club awards.

One of the highlights is the showcase of talents of the undergraduate achievers through dances. The creative presentations were their simple gestures of thanksgiving to the school, teachers and their families.

This annual Recognition Day of the BEU is an opportunity to spread the good word and the good work of the university in making a difference globally.


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SPUP UPHEAVES SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT

(by: Jester Martinez Magbanua)

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On June 13, 2019, the School of Business, Accountancy and Hospitality Management conducted a seminar on Sustainable Tourism Development facilitated by the Former Department of Tourism Undersecretary, Ms. Alma Rita Jimenez. The seminar was conducted at the SPUP Global Center and was participated in by Hospitality Management, Tourism Management and Accountancy and Business Management (ABM) - Senior High School students.

Ms. Jimenez expounded the topic: “Pathways in Hospitality and Tourism Education: Itinerary to Exploring Future Career Tracks,” where she focused on the wide array of careers available for Tourism and Hospitality graduates. Accordingly, both hospitality and tourism industries are dynamic and promising. She explained that tourism and hospitality sectors provide employment and livelihood and promote economic and social growth. She also presented the current trends on tourism and the necessity of creating tourism network among the ASEAN countries.

On Sustainable Tourism Development, Ms. Jimenez explained that the sustainability of tourism means achieving quality growth to foster the conservation of natural environment and the preservation of heritage of local communities. She added that the goal of sustaining tourism is to ensure that development has a positive impact for local people and the tourists.

The seminar ended with the awarding of certificate of appreciation to the resource speaker by Sr. Merceditas O. Ang, SPC (University President).


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SPUP LAUNCHES FLIGHT ATTENDANT TRAINING PROGRAM

(by: Gil Gerard Tumbali)

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The School of Business, Accountancy, and Hospitality Management launched SPUP’s flight attendant training program on June 13, 2019. Held at the SPUP Global Center, the pioneering activity was participated in by Hospitality Management, Tourism Management and Senior High School students.

Mrs. Raquel Versoza (Head Trainor) oriented the students about the program. She discussed the rationale, course description, learning content and learning outcomes of the training program. She inspired the students to achieve their dreams and goals clearly and effectively.

Moreover, Mrs. Versoza highlighted the basic needs, perks or prowess of a flight attendant or cabin crew. Accordingly, the following are necessities: Speaking clearly and fluently; Knowing order and safety instructions; Selling goods or products; and, Treating guests with utmost care and hospitality. However, “innovate yourself with a high degree of professionalism, admiration, and effectiveness. A flight attendant is the corporeal image of the airline and the very company itself. One must be innovative while still maintaining poise and great stature, bringing to others the products and services with satisfaction,” she added.

A practical application was demonstrated and an open forum followed the presentation.


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SPUP GRADUATE SCHOOL SPEARHEADS TRANSFORMATIVE LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE REGIONAL SEMINAR

(by: Dr. Inicia Bansig)

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June 7-9, 2019 - SPUP’s Graduate School spearheaded the conduct of the Regional Seminar on Transformative Leadership and Governance at the Mo. Madeleine Hall. The conference bannered the theme: “Transformative Leadership in the 4th Industrial Revolution” and was participated in by over one thousand educators and students.

The three-day seminar had the following roster of speakers with their discussions: Dr. Estela Carino (Regional Director, DepEd Region II) on “Educating for the Fourth Industrial Revolution;” Fr. Adalbert Barut (Superintendent, Tuguegarao Archdiocesan Schools System) on “Spirituality in the Fourth Industrial Revolution;” Dr. Edizon Fermin (CHED Technical Panel for Teacher Education) on “Glocalizing Research in the Fourth Industrial Revolution;” Dr. Virginia Liquigan (CHED Technical Panel for Teacher Education) on “Transformative Leadership in the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” “Teaching for Change: Engaging in Transformative Education,” and, “Models for Transformative Education;” and Sr. Merceditas Ang, SPC (University President, SPUP) on “Leadership and Governance Challenges and Opportunities in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.”

The academic gathering ended with acknowledgement and thanksgiving.


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Teaching for Transformation in the 4th Industrial Revolution

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