Geraldin Mae Daguplo Olaer, 3rd placer (84.25%), Jeremiah Inventor Diaz, 4th placer (84.00%), Mary Gold Rio David, 7th placer (83.25%), and Pearlyn Tanate Cambronero, 8th placer (83.00%) made their Alma Mater proud by making it to the Top 10 of the Fisheries Technologist Licensure Exam given this month of October 2021.
October is the month for Mental Health Awareness, and as the push for mental health grows ever larger, the University of the Philippines has held a university-wide search for projects that promote the advocacy for mental health entitled: “Sandigan, Sandalan: Search for UP Student Mental Health Advocacy Projects.” last September 2021. The two entries from UP Visayas secured a place in the Top 10, earning cash prize incentives. One of the entries is a project from socio-civic political organization Partido sang Mainuswagon nga Bumulutho (PMB), who forwarded their initiatives, Isip Mo Sagip Ko and Bookmark This: You Matter.
Prof. Encarnacion Emilia S. Yap, dean of the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, UP Visayas (UPV-CFOS), was selected by the Climate Change Commission (CCC) as one of the members of its National Panel for Technical Experts (NPTE).
As a constituent unit of the country’s national university, the University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) aims to effectively and efficiently deliver its tripartite functions of teaching, research, and extension. It persistently seeks opportunities for significant impact on knowledge production and community transformative presence. As such, it is consistently collaborating with other government agencies and non-government organizations in the conduct of significant and promising research and public service activities.
The University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) and the Department of Education Regional Office VI (DepEd RO VI) have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) for basic education research collaborations through the ACTI(on) Research Project.