2020 CLSUAAI Grand Alumni Homecoming marks “80th year of sharing memories”
CLSU Transnational Education Project hosts professors from University of Liverpool
Effective December 19, 2019:
Dr. Edgar A. Orden named as 10th president of CLSU
CLSU graduate tops anew Agriculturist Licensure Examination; another lands in 6th place
The eight professors from University of Liverpool headed by Dr. Jonathan Rushton (seated, 3rd from right) together with CLSU officials and project supervisors.
Eight distinguished experts and professors from University of Liverpool (UoL), United Kingdom visited the university last January 8 to evaluate and set the direction of the Transnational Education (TNE) Project between CLSU and UoL regarding the offering of the dual degree program PhD in Sustainable Food System by Research.
Dr. Jonathan Rushton, Director of the Center of Excellence in Sustainable Food Systems in Liverpool, headed the delegation composed of his fellow professors and project supervisors, Dr. David Fernig, Dr. Rob Smith, Dr. James Stewart, Dr. Andrew Morse, Dr. David Montagnes, Dr. Grace Thaxton and Dr. Peter Walley.
Dr. Renato G. Reyes, CLSU Vice President for Academic Affairs, welcomed the visiting professors and expressed his high hopes and expectations for the program, even mentioning it as a historic development for CLSU being the first higher education institution (HEI) in the country to offer this kind of program.
Dr. Ravelina R. Velasco, Dean, College of Fisheries and TNE Project lead, hosted the meeting.
The UK professors were able to meet with their CLSU counterpart led by Dr. Ernesto A. Martin, VP for University Business Affairs, together with the six Transnational Education Faculty Scholars from the university. They are Roanne P. Alberto, Zosimo G. Battad II, Oliver F. Celestino, Jayson J. Juan, Jessica M. Rustia and Fredelon B. Sison are enrolled as the pioneer batch of the PhD program.
Central Luzon State University will strictly implement the work from home scheme except those units involved in the delivery of critical services like security and health and emergency starting March 17, 2020 until April 13, 2020 or until such time the Enhanced Community Quarantine over Luzon has...
The CLSU Alumni Association, Inc. (CLSUAAI) celebrates another milestone via a Grand Alumni Homecoming and General Assembly with the theme “Eighty years of sharing memories” on February 7-9 to be held at the CLSU Multi-Purpose Gym.
Some 1,000 alumni from the Philippines and ot...
Eight distinguished experts and professors from University of Liverpool (UoL), United Kingdom visited the university last January 8 to evaluate and set the direction of the Transnational Education (TNE) Project between CLSU and UoL regarding the offering of the dual degree program PhD in Sustaina...
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Dr. Edgar Alcantara Orden, a seasoned academician, researcher, and administrator, has been named as the 10th president of Central Luzon State University.
He was unanimously selected for the post by the CLSU Board of Regents chaired by Commissioner Ro...
The Central Luzon State University-College of Agriculture (CAg) graduate, repeated history for the fourth time by producing a graduate who placed No. 1 in the 2019 Agriculturist Licensure Examination administered last November. Mr. Paul John M. Pangilinan, Soil Science major, obtained a rating of...