The Chancellor's Committee for Culture and the Arts has an ongoing exhibit that showcases the works of National Artist Jose Joya and Ilongga artist Nelfa Querubin at the lobby of the UP Visayas Graduate and Continuing Education Building (GCEB), UP Visayas, Iloilo City. GCEB was used as a temporary venue while the renovation of UPV Main Building is currently being done with the help of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP).
The Main Building (which was formerly the Iloilo Old City Hall) hosts the Art Gallery of UP Visayas. Exhibit runs from November 14 - 29, 2017.
Kim D. Limosnero (4th from the right), with the organizers and PRC BOA Member Hon. Eliseo A. Aurellado (3rd from the right), awarded as the Topnotcher of the 2017 ASSET Mock CPA Board Examination at the ASSET Awarding and Culminating Ceremony.
A graduating BS Accountancy (BSA) student from the Division of Management of the UP Visayas Tacloban College (UPVTC) finished first in the recently-concluded mock CPA board examination in the 2017 Accountancy Students' Seminar and Extra-Curricular Training (ASSET).
Kim D. Limosnero placed first in the mock CPA board examination at the ASSET 2017 held on October 26 to 30 at the One Tagaytay Place Hotel and Suites, Tagaytay, Cavite. He bested 49 other delegates from various accountancy schools across the country.
UPV's 9th Chancellor Dr. Rommel A. Espinosa turned over the UPV Chancellorship to the 10th Chancellor Dr. Ricardo P. Babaran in a simple ceremony at the UPV Administration Building in Miagao, Iloilo on 8 November 2017.
The new vice chancellors also took their oath of office during the same ocassion and was attended by the members of the UPV faculty, staff and students.
Two members of the UPV Healthy Lifestyle and Wellness Committee participated in the “Training on Healthy Lifestyle: An Approach to the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable (NCD) Diseases” conducted by the Department of Health, Region VI on November 7-9, 2017 in Iloilo City.
The training began with an overview of leading NCDs in the country which included cardiovascular diseases, cancers, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and diabetes mellitus. They account for 60% of the total deaths globally and are projected to increase in the years to come according the World Health Organization data.