Hervie M. Eclarino graduates from the School of Technology with the highest general weighted average. The native of Miagao describes herself as “determined, responsible, and optimistic.”
As one who has chosen to major in BS Food Technology, Eclarino said the School of Technology has become a part of her life for she has seen how passionate her professors are towards their chosen field.
Photo source: Manny Villar FB Page
Former Senate President Manuel Villar will be the featured speaker of UPV’s 39th Commencement Exercises on June 22, 2018, 3:30 PM at the UP Visayas’ main campus in Miagao, Iloilo.
Villar was a former senator of the Philippines from 2001 to June 2013 and was elected Senate President during his term. He also served as a Congressman in the district of Las Piñas from 1992 to 2001 wherein he was also elected as Speaker of the House of Representatives while serving his term.
CWVS joins Seminar-Workshop on Culture-Based Governance on the Documentation of Intangible Cultural Heritage
The Center for West Visayan Studies (CWVS) of the College of Arts and Sciences participated in a three-day seminar workshop on Inface Culture-Based Governance Training on the Documentation of Intangible Cultural Heritage on June 14-16, 2018 at the San Antonio Resort, Roxas City, Capiz. The activity aimed to share experiences and approaches in managing heritage sites, cultural events, artist development, and cultural education. Topics that were discussed by esteemed experts in their respective fields include the following: “The 2003 Intangible Cultural Heritage Convention,” “Baguio Creative City,” “Festival Loyalty,” “Intangible Heritage Safeguarding of Angeles City, Pampanga,” “Rethinking Heritage, Reforming Conservation,” “The Curacha Dance of Samar,” “Pangalay Dance,” The NCCA ICH Program,“ “Binanog and Suguidanon of Panay,” “The NCCA GAMABA Awards,” and “Cultural Vibrancy in Governance: The Capiz Experience.”
“As trainees of UP Visayas, we’ve learned a lot for us to become better individuals. In behalf of this year’s batch of trainees, I would like to extend our warmest gratitude towards each and everyone who have been with us during the whole duration of our training here in UPV,” said Honey Rose Acquin, a third year BS Fisheries student trainee from the University of Antique Tario-Lim Memorial Campus (UATLMC), Tibiao, Province of Antique. Acquin spoke in behalf of her co-student trainees at the culminating activity of their month long on-the-job training (OJT) at the Institute of Aquaculture (IA), College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences (CFOS), UP Visayas (UPV), Miagao campus. The activity was held at the Conference Room, Umali Hall, CFOS on June 8, 2018.