DLSU, Maynilad partner on sustainable water management

Maynilad MOU Signing

From left: Maynilad Water Academy Executive Director Rodora Gamboa, Maynilad Senior Vice President Patrick Gregorio, DLSU Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation Dr. Raymond Tan; Chemical Engineering Full Professor Dr. Michael Promentilla

 

De La Salle University and Maynilad Water Services Inc. recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to undertake collaborative research projects that aim to address sustainable water management in the country.

The MOU between DLSU and Maynilad was signed last September 4 at the DLSU Henry Sy, Sr. Hall, in conjunction with a workshop for the project “Water-Energy-Nutrient Nexus in the Cities of the Future” (NexCities) attended by international partners as well as members of the academic and industry sectors.

The parties pledged full cooperation with one another to enhance their respective research capabilities in water and wastewater management.

In the MOU, DLSU cited its aim to create a comprehensive support structure for research by establishing connections with industry partners and fostering research collaboration and creative activities with the industrial community.

For its part, Maynilad expressed its desire to strengthen research partnership and linkages with the academic community by establishing activities aimed at promoting sustainable water management.

The signatories of the MOU were Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation Dr. Raymond Tan; Chemical Engineering Full Professor Dr. Michael Promentilla, who is the project leader of NexCities; Maynilad Water Academy Executive Director Rodora Gamboa; and Maynilad Senior Vice President Patrick Gregorio.

UAAP 80 Schedule of DLSU Games

Here’s the UAAP Season 80 schedule of DLSU games as of September 6, 2017.

SEPTEMBER 10, 2017, SUNDAY
10:00am – FEU vs W.Basketball  – MoA Arena
04:00pm – FEU vs M.Basketball  – MoA Arena
SEPTEMBER 16, 2017, SATURDAY
08:00am – W.Basketball  vs NU – Araneta Coliseum
02:00pm – M.Basketball vs NU – Araneta Coliseum
SEPTEMBER 20, 2017, WEDNESDAY
08:00am – Adamson vs W.Basketball – MoA Arena
04:00pm – Adamson vs M.Basketball  – MoA Arena
SEPTEMBER 21, 2017, THURSDAY
08:00am – UST vs M.Badminton – RMSC
01:00pm – Adamson vs W.Badminton – RMSC
SEPTEMBER 23, 2017, SATURDAY
08:00am – Table Tennis Tournament Round 1 Day 1 – UP Gym
08:00am – W.Basketball  vs UP – MoA Arena
08:00am – Adamson vs M.Badminton – RMSC
01:00pm – UP vs W.Badminton – RMSC
04:00pm – M.Basketball vs UP – MoA Arena
SEPTEMBER 24, 2017, SUNDAY
08:00am – Ateneo vs M.Badminton – RMSC
08:00am – Table Tennis Tournament Round 1 Day 2 – UP Gym
SEPTEMBER 29, 2017, FRIDAY
01:00pm – W.Badminton vs UST – RMSC
SEPTEMBER 30, 2017, SATURDAY
08:00am – Table Tennis Tournament Round 2 Day 1 – UP Gym
08:00am – W.Basketball  vs UST – Araneta Coliseum
08:00am – M.Badminton vs UE – RMSC
01:00pm – W.Badminton vs UE – RMSC
02:00pm – M.Basketball  vs UST – Araneta Coliseum
OCTOBER 1, 2017, SUNDAY
08:00am – Table Tennis Tournament Round 2 Day 2 – UP Gym
08:00am – M.Badminton vs NU – RMSC
01:00pm – W.Badminton vs Ateneo – RMSC
OCTOBER 4, 2017, WEDNESDAY
03:00pm or 10am – Ateneo vs W.Basketball – Blue Eagle Gym
04:00pm – UE vs M.Basketball – Araneta Coliseum
OCTOBER 5, 2017, THURSDAY
08:00am – M.Badminton vs UP – RMSC
01:00pm – NU vs W.Badminton – RMSC
OCTOBER 7, 2017, SATURDAY
08:00am – M.Badminton Semifinals 1 – RMSC
10:00am – UE vs W.Basketball  – MoA Arena
01:00pm – W.Badminton Semifinals 1 – RMSC
OCTOBER 8, 2017, SUNDAY
08:00am – M.Badminton Semifinals 2 – RMSC
01:00pm – W.Badminton Semifinals 2 – RMSC
04:00pm – Ateneo vs M.Basketball – MoA Arena
OCTOBER 12, 2017, THURSDAY
08:00am – Swimming Meet Day 1 – Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
OCTOBER 13, 2017, FRIDAY
08:00am – Swimming Meet Day 2 – Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
OCTOBER 14, 2017, SATURDAY
08:00am – Swimming Meet Day 3 – Rizal Memorial Sports Complex
OCTOBER 15, 2017, SUNDAY
08:00am – Swimming Meet Day 4 – Rizal Memorial Sports Complex

 

 

DLSU and DOST-PCIEERD host NexCities workshop

 

 

De La Salle University (DLSU) and the Department of Science and Technology- Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (DOST-PCIEERD) hosted the “Water-Energy-Nutrient Nexus in the Cities of the Future” (NexCities) workshop last September 4 at the Henry Sy, Sr. Hall.

The event was held in conjunction with the Newton Fund– Research Councils UK Project (RCUK). Representatives from the British Council, Newton Fund, Research Council UK, University of Surrey, University of Nottingham, and Maynilad were also collaborators for this event.

The NexCities project aims to develop a new concept of Water-Energy-Nutrient Nexus in future cities that would help in identifying factors involved in energy and resource efficient wastewater management for improved water resources, enhanced water quality, sustainable food production using recycled nutrients, and positive social impact.

The workshop aims to provide a venue for knowledge exchange among researchers and stakeholders from water utility agencies, civil societies, local government units, and other relevant sectors.

 

DLSU law students ace international moot

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De La Salle University College of Law (DLSU COL) students bagged top honors in the recently culminated Vis East Moot in Hong Kong. The prestigious international moot competition took place last July 2 to 8.

Theodore Dolar, Romeo Lanzarrorote, and Gavriil Sulano had a stellar finish, ranking first among all moot participants. The team from DLSU COL was able to defeat representatives from the Edith Cowan University of Australia, last year’s Vis East Moot champions.

Lanzarrote was also given the Colin J. Wall Award for Best Mediator for the Vis East Moot Foundation Ltd’s 3rd Young International Mediation Competition.

Competing universities are from Australia, China, India, Indonesia, and South Korea.

The Museum at DLSU presents FRAGMENTS: Cityscape stories and reflections

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The Museum at De La Salle University opened its third exhibition that focuses on art and environment entitled FRAGMENTS: Cityscape stories and reflections. The exhibit will be on view until August 18 at the 2nd Level of the Don Enrique Yuchengco Hall in the Manila campus.

The word “Fragment” means “broken off,” “incomplete,” or “detached.” This alludes to people’s stories within the city, their lives and experiences as a small piece of a whole.

The exhibit presents the essential structures and developments of a city plus people’s activities at daytime and nighttime, as interpreted by artists. The selected pieces also express stories of inspiration through their artistic representation of the physical aspects of a city. It aspires to motivate and encourage viewers to participate, in their own way, in making our surroundings clean, orderly, beautiful, and pleasantly inhabitable.

The exhibit also gives  viewers freedom to speak of their mind through art by creatively writing their opinions, drawing, and forming puzzles. This serves as an interactive experience for all visitors. This aspect of the exhibit aims to touch the domains of learning through the use of cognitive, psychomotor, and affective skills in order to encourage viewers’ formulation of fresh ideas which can be applied in their daily lives.

The artworks in “Fragments” are from the Wili and Doreen Fernandez collection, University art collection, and loaned works from selected artists and art collectors.

This exhibition is open to the general public. For more information, please contact The Museum at (+632) 5244611 local 368 or email: nicky.bradecina@dlsu.edu.ph. You may also check The Museum website at http://themuseum.dlsu.edu.ph

Dr. Julio Teehankee elected PPSA President

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Dr. Julio Teehankee, Full Professor of Political Science and International Studies has been elected as President of the Philippine Political Science Association (PPSA). This was announced after the first meeting of the Board of Directors on June 14, 2017. The new Board was elected in the Association’s recent Congress in Cebu last May 13, 2017. Associate Professor Ador Torneo of the Political Science Department was also elected Secretary of PPSA.

The PPSA is a non-partisan, and non-sectarian organization of academic professionals founded in 1962 to promote and support the discipline of Political Science as well as maintain and encourage contacts with similar professional or scholarly organizations in the interest of mutual enlightenment. The PPSA seeks to bring together political scientists from all as well as similar fields of inquiry and practice both within and outside the academic setting in order to expand awareness and understanding of the politics of Asia and the study of all issues in the field of Political Science by Filipino political scientists. PPSA is a member of the Philippine Social Science Council (PSSC).

Teehankee, who is completing his term as Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, is widely recognized in the fields of Political Science, International Studies, and Development Studies. He continuously holds leadership positions in prominent professional organizations in these fields. He was former President and current Executive Secretary of the Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA), Asia’s leading academic organization dealing with political and international studies. He also serves as Adviser to the Association of Political Consultants in Asia (APCA), the professional organization of individuals in Asia that actively promotes political campaigns and communication, public affairs, government relations, and other similar professions involved in the practice of political consulting; and, the Philippine International Studies Organization (PhISO), the pioneering professional organization dedicated to the promotion of International Relations (IR) as a field of study in the Philippines. Teehankee also sits in the Technical Committee on Political Science of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED). He will serve as PPSA President for two years.

 

 

DLSU now certified as a regional-quality university

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Two months after its 13-17 March formal visit, a team of six assessors from the ASEAN University Network (AUN) has conferred upon De La Salle University the AUN Quality Mark at the Institutional Level. DLSU is the first university in ASEAN to earn the certification.

The visit culminated a year’s preparation that required DLSU to submit a Self-Assessment Report as well as hundreds of documentary exhibits. During the validation visit, six of AUN’s most experienced assessors from Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand toured the Taft and Laguna campuses, reviewed documents, and interviewed over 300 respondents, from the Brothers, Board of Trustees, President and Chancellor, to faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

AUN assessors reviewed documents and interviewed over 300 respondents during their formal visit.

AUN assessors reviewed documents and interviewed over 300 respondents during their formal visit.

They used the AUN’s framework for Quality Assurance at the Institutional Level. It comprises four key areas: Strategic (overall governance), Systemic (quality assurance systems), Functional (teaching, research, service), and Results (outcomes, including financial and market performance). These four areas are further divided into 25 criteria and 111 sub-criteria. To earn the AUN quality mark, an institution must score at least 4 out of 7 across all four key areas. DLSU was rated 5 (“more than adequate”) in Strategic, Systemic, and Functional areas, and 4 (“adequate) in Results.

The certificate marks another quality milestone for DLSU, whose departments have been undergoing AUN-QA Program-Level assessment since 2008. By next year, half of DLSU’s departments will have had their flagship programs internationally assessed, by far the most in the country.

AUN-QA was established in 1995 as ASEAN’s quality assurance network in higher education, responsible for promoting quality assurance in higher education institutions, raising the quality of higher education, and collaborating with both regional and international bodies for the benefit of the ASEAN community.

DLSU garners 96.7% passing rate in LET Exam

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In the recently concluded Licensure Exam for Teachers (LET) held last March 2017, De La Salle University obtained a 96.7% performance rating for the secondary level and a 100% passing rate for the elementary level. These results compare favorably with the national passing rates of 25.46% and 10.39% for the secondary and elementary level respectively.

Samantha Christel Chua Gaerlan (Early Childhood Education; graduated December 2014; summa cum laude) is Rank #1 in the Elementary Level and Jhon Edward Macasadia Valera (BSE-Math; graduated December 2016; honorable mention) is Rank # 10 in the Secondary Level.

To our 29 new Lasallian elementary and secondary teachers, congratulations and Animo La Salle!

DLSU COL obtains 82% passing rate in the 2016 bar exams

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The De La Salle University College of Law (DLSU COL) obtained a bar exam passing rate of 82% against the national passing rate of  59.06%, the highest recorded passing rate in 30 years.

The newly minted Lasallian lawyers are Ace Aceron, Ma. Regine Agdon, Gem Alegado, Rosa Alfafara, Roque Alvaera, Tanya Andrade, Jazem Ansama, Janna Aquino, Jimi Arranchado, Mila Asiddao, Rhonaliza Burce, Eunice Cajayon, Zoiline Calso, Kristine Calugay, Jeanne Castillo, Leandro Celles, Anjelica Chiongson, Patricia Cruz, Bien De Guzman, Mirriam De Lemos, Marvin De Leon, Regine De Los Reyes, Jan Del Castillo, Jon Diaz De Rivera, Keren Dinaque, Klaire Esden, Czarina Eseque, Maria Figeroa, Edison Flores Jr. Ma. Lorenza Galang, Gelene Guevara, Esteele Hiceta, Philip Kintanar, Renante Ko, Jualie Lantingm Eusebio Lee, Agatha Macalalad, Hector Macapagal, Leah Maligaya, Atom Maronilla, Wilfred Martinez, Mary Mationg, Frederick Mayuga, Charm Medina, Christopher Mercado, Ma. Christina Mojica, Jerome Morada, Sheena Morales, Glenda Ozaeta, Ernesto Palomique, Edgar Pamis, Jerraemie Patulot, Charity Pedrajas, John Ramirez, Gianna Remo, Gabrielle Ricolcol, Mae Sandoval, Ysabel Santos, Jelena Sebastian, Emmanuel Eumir Songcuya, Leonard Syjuco, Sonia Tamondong, Sarah Tan, Hency Tanbengco, Andrew Tiu, Armon tolentino, Norman Velasco, Marian Yambao, Regine Yu, Anna Zaide, Alyssa Zapata, and Danna Zerrudo.

Established in 2009, DLSU COL is one of the youngest law schools in the country. This is the college’s 3rd participation in the bar examinations. The DLSU Juris Doctor (JD) program offers a multi-disciplinary approach to learning, developing in law students the research and communication competence to practice the profession.

The DLSU Juris Doctor (JD) program offers a multi-disciplinary approach to learning, developing in law students the research and communication competence to practice the profession. Coupled with the University’s tradition of excellence and service, the program instills in tomorrow’s young lawyers the compassion and commitment to uphold the rights of the individual, the protection of the environment, and the passion to transform lives–most especially the poor.

DLSU to hold national conference on teaching literature, humanities

 

The Department of Literature of De La Salle University will conduct “Writing the Classroom: National Conference on the Teaching of Literature and the Humanities” from  May 25 to 27 at the Verdure, 4/F Henry Sy, Sr. Hall, in Taft Avenue, Manila.

This is open to all teachers of literature especially those who are teaching in either senior high school or college levels.

The 3-day conference will have plenary lectures, lesson planning workshops, and teaching demonstrations on the following topics: teaching poetry, teaching fiction, teaching drama, teaching creative nonfiction, teaching 21st century Philippine literature, teaching Afro-Asian literature, teaching Anglo-American literature, teaching literary theory and criticism, and teaching Rizal’s Noli Me Tangere.

Recognized by the Commission on Higher Education as a Center of Development, the DLSU Department of Literature is home to writers and scholars who are respected and published in the Philippines and abroad. It has on its faculty winners of the Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards and the National Book Awards.

The conference fee is P1,500 that comes with a teaching manual. The fee does not include food and accommodation. For more details and reservations, please email the conference director, Dr. John Iremil E. Teodoro, at john.iremil.teodoro@dlsu.edu.ph or call telephone number 524-4611 local 541 or 532 and look for Donna Mina.

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