CLSU hosts CHED Region 3 seminar-workshop
EWKollin | 2009-27-11 02:11:42 PM

Fifteen higher education institutions (HEIs) in the region headed the call by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) to participate in the “Project Proposals for CHED Grants-in Aid for 2010” held last Nov. 19-20 at the CAS Little Theater, Central Luzon State University (CLSU). The call came from Angeles University Foundation (AUF)- CHED Zonal Research Center (ZRC) director, Dr. Roberto Pagulayan and CLSU-Program Cluster Implementer (PCI) director, Dr. Renato Reyes. The 70 faculty participants representing HEIs were welcomed by President Ruben C, Sevilleja during the opening program.

Dr. Renato Reyes, CLSU-PCI director, facilitated the two-day activity. The outputs of the faculty representatives in their different groups were 27 research proposals. These will be reviewed and submitted for funding by the CHED in 2010. The said proposals covered various research areas as contained in the letter of invitation signed by the two directors. These areas are in industry/business, health, food security, engineering and information technology, rural/ urban/indigenous communities, and education.

Two distinguished scientists in their respective fields were invited to critique some of the proposals that were presented during the workshop. They are Dr. Josue Falla of the Bureau of Postharvest, Research and Extension (social) and Dr. Karl Marx Quiazon ( science and technology). The 15 HEI participants were: Central Luzon State University; Tarlac College of Agriculture; Wesleyan University Philippines, Cabanatuan City; Ramon Magsaysay Technological University, Zambales; University of Regina Carmeli, Malolos, Bulacan; Bulacan State University; Osias Colleges, Inc., Tarlac; Pampanga Agricultural College; Araullo University Phinma, Cabanatuan City ; Dominican College of Tarlac; Guagua National Colleges; Angeles University Foundation; Aurora State College of Technology; Central Luzon Doctors Hospital, Tarlac; and Nueva Ecija University of Science and Technology, Cabanatuan City.

Source: CLSU Newsletter

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