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eUP HRIS training

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The eUP Team, together with the HRDO, conducted an End-User Training on eUP Human Resource Information System (HRIS) on 6-7 February 2014 at the UP Mindanao Kiosk Office, Administration Building. The training seeks to orient and equip UPMin personnel on the use of the new HR system.

The training was held on the following dates: 06 Feb 2014, All REPS and admin staff and CHSS/SOM faculty; 07 Feb 2014, CSM faculty, Department chairs, deans, directors, chiefs, vice chancellors, chancellor, and other approvers.

POST UPDATE: Artificial Insemination begins at Cattle Project

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Professor of Animal Husbandry Antonio Obsioma (Dept. of Biological Science and Environmental Studies, College of Science and Mathematics) leads the artificial insemination of the Mindanao cattle with the U.S cattle semen donated by alumnus Cecilio Felix. This marks the next step forward for the Mindanao Cattle Research and Development Project of the Dept. of Agriculture and UP Mindanao. As of February 2014, Prof. Obsioma reported that some the cattle have shown signs of "pregnancy". (Photos upload on-going)

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Jose "Butch" Dalisay talks on "Teaching the Young Filipino Writer"

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Creative writer and UP professor Jose "Butch" Dalisay Jr. gave a lecture on December 9, 2013 on the topic, "Teaching the Young Filipino Writer" for students of the BA English (Creative Writing) program. Prof. Dalisay said that writing is more than a field of study, that it is an art and the loftiest of human endeavors that serves to enlighten the mind. On the question of whether creative writing be taught, he said that every creative writing student has at least one good story or essay within them, and that the job of the teacher is to enable the student to write it. He reported that young and good writers continually emerge but that most do not go beyond safe limits or push their story to the farthest ends of their narratives. He relayed the advise of his own professor, Franz Arcellana, to "not forget the narrative thread". He also observed regretfully that many student writers focus on subjects that are far removed from human experience. He reminded them said that writing is a "form of engagement with the larger human community", and that writing is like "making a love letter, one that is open to appeal, negotiation, or reconciliation". He exhorted them to start writing in their youth because many great writers, such as Rizal or Edgar Allan Poe, did most of their significant writing when they were young. With regard to the question of how to begin as a professional writer, he advised them to join literary contests of which there are many. The faculty members of the program who were present--professors Ricardo de Ungria, Antonino Salvador de Veyra, Jhoanna Lynn Cruz-Daliling, John Bengan, and Instructor Lysette Maurice Sandoval--presented Prof. Dalisay with a Certificate of Appreciation for his talk.

2013 Davao Writers Workshop

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The 2013 Davao Writers Workshop (fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction) was held on October 28-November 1 at Lispher Inn, Davao City, by the Davao Writers Guild in cooperation with the National Commission for Culture and the Arts and the University of the Philippines (Mindanao). The Keynote Speaker was Jaime An Lim who spoke of the responsibility of writers to write about the issues and concerns of the day in the Philippines and Mindanao, in particular. Lectures were given by: Prof. John Bengan, “Using Time in Fiction” ; Dr. Macario Tiu, “Mga Isyu sa Paghimog Sugilanon”; Prof. Nino de Veyra, “How to Write a Didactic Poem”; Prof. Jhoanna Lyn Cruz, “Writing Your Life with Courage”. The workshop fellows were: Frank Lloyd de la Cruz, Vivialine Q. Salve, Glaiza P. Jimenea, Zakiyyah Sinarimbo, Jeffren Pancho Miguel, Prescilla Dorado, Jelly May Malatabon, Bianca Beatrice C. Adle, Abdul Jabbar A. Marohom, Christine Joy Salazar, Reah Izza T. Paglinawan (all from Davao City), Stephanie Gonzaga (Valencia, Bukidnon), Siverlyn Maghinay-Camposano (Digos City), Richard Moral, Jr. (Koronadal City), and Jon Kristoffer Pizarro (Butuan City).

The 2nd Satur P. Apoyon Tigi Sa Mubong Sugilanong Binisaya held its Awarding Ceremony on October 30, 2013 at the Davao Writers Workshop. The judges were Macario Tiu, Agustin “Don” Pagusara, and Edgar S. Godin (Associate Editor, Bisaya Magazine). The fund for the contest and prizes were solicited by UP Artist (Prof.) Ricardo de Ungria. The participants/winners: Shem S. Linohon (Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon), “Ngano'ng Nangaso si Balaw sa Patag sa Palawpao?” (1st Prize); Salud M.Carriedo (Digos City), “Heights” (2nd Prize); Eric S.B. Libre (Digos City), “Karaang Damang” (3rd Prize); Riza Mae B. Balisco (Dapitan City), “Ang Piniyalan sa Arka sa Bag-ong Panahon”; Al Ponciano R. Datu (Cagayan de Oro City), “Ang Maisan ni Manoy Kardo” ; Karlo Antonio G. David (Kidapawan City), “Kinuhaang Kahilom”; Raul G. Moldez (Cagayan de Oro City), “Pangagho sa Kasingkasing” ; Jonecito R. Saguban (Iligan City), “Tulo Ka Babaye Sa Kinabuhi Ni Cristino” ; Milagros M. Villas (Davao City), “Dula sa mga Ilaga”

In photo: Guests and organizers (seated) Rowena Rose Lee, Agustin Pagusara, Jaime An Lim, Jhoanna Lynn Cruz, Macario Tiu, John Bengan, Edmond Julian de la Cerna, with fellows (behind)

Webcast: Understanding Complex Dynamical Systems

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Former UP Mindanao Associate Dean Niceto Poblador served as lead convenor of "Understanding Complex Dynamical Systems: A Forum on Social and Institutional Change". The forum was held in UP Diliman and was webcasted throughout the UP System. In UP Mindanao, the webcast was attended by faculty and students from the social sciences, the natural sciences and mathematics, management and agribusiness economics. The resource persons gave their insights into changes in today's world and how it can be managed for social good from the perspective of their different disciplines. Poblador, a professor of business economics, in his talk, "Finding a Common Framework for the Study of Social and Institutional Change", said complex systems have the common properties of non-linearity (e.g. Typhoon Sendong), dominant design, bifurcation, emergence and swarm behaviour. Professor of marine biology Gisela Concepcion expounded on, "Physico-chemical Principles and Evolutionary Biology as Basis for Social and Institutional Change". She said society can learn from nature because social phenomena has similarities to natural phenomena such as evolution, morphology, adaptation, and  competition in the environment and resiliency. Cooperation is also seen in molecular biology which creates robust niches and products through synergy. Similarly, there is predictability and influence to the environment through molecular and morphological diversification. Professor of literature Jose Neil Garcia spoke on, "The Literary Practice of Complexity". He said that language constitutes all thought and that there are no unmediated facts. Because of this, he called for the adoption of post structuralism to liberate the multitude of possible readings in language, its non-heirarchical character, its ambiguity, its wealth of interpretation, and paradox. Professor of economics Ernesto Pernia talked on, "The Dynamics of Population, Poverty, Inclusive Growth, and ‘Sweet Spot’". He presented hard economic and population data and said the population growth will eventually reach the sweet spot wherein the dividends of population growth can be realized such as manufacturing and job creation, education and skills for the employability of the labor force, among others. Anthropology professor Felipe Jocano, Jr. spoke on, "Culture, Complexity and Change", and of the butterfly effect, wherein there is order out of seemingly unrelated events, of the fluidity of daily life, and how a community arrives at a decision with culture as the guiding mechanism. Prof. Michael Tan served as open forum facilitator and reactor, as well, with Helen Yap, Ma. Luisa Camagay, and Fidel Nemenzo. The convenors agreed on the continuation of the discussion and proposed the creation of a "virtual" center for complexity science or paradox.

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