National Training-Workshop in the Conduct of Extension Program

1st National Training-Workshop in the Conduct of Extension Programs in UNP Tadena Hall.
Day 1

E-Library in UNP

Electronic Information Solutions Incorporation provides UNP with Follett Library automatic software. UNP will now experience E-library brought to us by Follett Inc., a one-day training entitled “Destiny Down Drill” was conducted at the University Main Library.

 

ASCU-SN 2015

ASCU-SN 2015

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LandBank of the Philippines ATM Facility open for service

LBP’s ATM Facility in UNP is now in service, located at the Administration Building in-front of the Cashier’s Office

Congratulations to our new Midwives!

College of Health Sciences Passers on the Licensure Examination for Midwifery last April 19-20, 2015

1.Alcabedos, Maribeth T.
2.Baccani, Kohleen B.
3.Bigay, Shierilene R.
4.Bragado, John Paul C.
5.Calixterio, Jadelhyn D.
6.Labsang, Aimee Meghann V.
7.Pablico,Claudine Muriel F.
8.Palomares, Grace S.
9.Robiñol, Amy Lou D.
10.Sonido, Dayana T
11.Tacla, Princess P
12.Villamor, Giezelle Ann R.

National Multidisciplinary Research Conference Day 3

National Multidisciplinary Research Congress Day 2

National Multidisciplinary Research Congress Day

UNP submits graduate programs for Level IV – Phase 2 accreditation

submitsThe year that was. Dr. Gilbert R. Arce (right) talks to accreditors during a courtesy visit before the accreditation of Graduate Programs to Level IV- Phase

Four programs of the College of Teacher Education (CTE) Graduate Studies and two programs of the College of Public Administration (CPA) were submitted to the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc. for evaluation to Level IV – Phase 2 on March 9 – 10, 2015.
The programs submitted for evaluation are Doctor of Education, Master of Arts in
Education, Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling, Master of Arts in Teaching, Doctor of Public Administration and Master in Public Administration.
The AACCUP coordinator in the evaluation of the six programs is Dr. Manuel T. Corpuz. To evaluate the Doctor of Education program are Dr. Demetria A. San Juan, University of Rizal System, Team Leader; Dr. Glenda O. De Lara, Philippine Normal University; Dr. Danilo O. Galicia, Bataan Peninsula University; and Dr. Corpuz.
The evaluators for the Master of Arts in Education program are Dr. Divinagracia M. De Guzman, Nueva Vizcaya State University, Team leader; Dr. Galicia; Dr. Thelma T. Lanuza, Ifugao State University; and Dr. Corpuz.
The Master of Arts in Guidance and Counseling will be evaluated by Dr. Marivic T. Sanchez, Rizal Technological University, Team Leader; Dr. De Lara; Dr. Galicia; and Dr. Corpuz.
The Master of Arts in Teaching majors in English, Filipino, Practical Arts and Physical Education programs will be evaluated by Dr. Glenda O. De. Lara, Team Leader; Dr. Sanchez, Dr. Galicia; and Dr. Corpuz.
The evaluation of the Doctor of Public Administration will be conducted by Dr. Thelma T. Lanuza, Team Leader; Dr. Ronnie N. Parica, URS; Dr. De Guzman; and Dr. Corpuz.
The Master in Public Administration program majors in Govenmental Administration, Police Administration, and Local Government Administration will be evaluated by Dr. Ronnie N. Parica, Team Leader; Dr. San Juan; Dr. Lanuza; and Dr. Corpuz.
The evaluators will look into the compliance with team recommendations in Level III, Phase 1 and Levell III Phase 2; research publication including publications in refereed national and international journals; tracer studies on graduates including assessment of their achievement; impact studies of the University Extension Program; international linkages and consortia; and planning process which support quality assurance.