(by: Dr. Inicia Bansig)
Caritas Christi urget nos!
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.