In a move to reposition the University to a higher level of research engagement and technology integration that is responsive to the challenging needs and demands of the learners and teachers brought about by the Corona Virus global pandemic in 2019, St. Paul University Philippines (SPUP) has created a new office to address these concerns.
For academic year 2020-2021, the Center for Planning, Research, Innovations and New Technologies (CPRINT) was created so the University can leverage on its strategic plan, optimize its research and technology resources, and come up with more innovative and cost-effective plans, strategies, and approaches, to meet the much-challenged University’s sustainability efforts, students’ learning, and teachers’ pedagogical requirements responsive to and appropriate for the new normal.
The newly created center is the convergence of the University’s team of think tank experts on Planning, Research and Creative Works, Publication, Artificial Intelligence and New Technologies, Research Ethics and Stem Cell Training Program. The Center, too, is a hub for innovators and inventors from the University’s Basic Education Unit to its Graduate School.
Director, Center for Planning, Research, Innovations and New Technologies
Ground Floor, Our Lady of Chartres Building
St. Paul University Philippines
Tuguegarao City, Cagayan
Telephone No.: (078) 396-1987 to 1997 loc 211
Fax No.: (078) 846-4305