UPV, SLSU signs MOU for collaborative agenda
Photo during the MOU Signing.Sitting from left to right: VCRE Rolly Fuentes, Chancellor Ricardo Babaran, SLSU President Prose Ivy Yepes, and SLSU VP for Research, Development, and Extension Frances Ann Sy.
Photo Credit: President Prose Ivy Yepes
Southern Leyte State University (SLSU) and University of the Philippines Visayas inked their commitments to strengthen capability-building programs in fisheries and aquatic sciences and sustain technology development projects as they signed the Memorandum of Understanding on February 2, 2018. The signing was held at the UPV Tacloban College.
UPV was represented by Chancellor Ricardo Babaran and Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Rolly Fuentes. SLSU President Prose Ivy Guasa-Yepes signed on behalf of their institution and was witnessed by SLSU Vice President for Research, Development, and Extension, Francis Ann Sy.
The collaboration of the two institutions foresees to generate more plans that will foster and implement skills development programs, which is a strategy of creating new knowledge and thrive with the advancement of technology. These programs will prosper through the utilization of existing resources and group of expertise of both universities.
Moreover, UPV and SLSU will collaborate for the furtherance of their common goals in line with research, practice on instructions, implementation of training and extension services, use of facilities and intellectual property rights.
The MOU between the two institutions will remain effective for five years. (Source: UPVTC)