|Dean Aurelia Luzviminda Gomez of the School of Management|
|The Search Committee for SOM Dean: Marcelino, Sabijon, Sigue, Tan, Ortillo, Shotwell, Canceran, Ylagan|
|Prof. Jhoanna Lynn Cruz of the Department of Humanities|
|Search Committee for CHSS Dean: Sagadal, Ballerta, Alpos, Tan, Tampos, Martin, Aborde|
The Search for Deans of two colleges proceeded in August. The School of Management's incumbent dean, Associate Prof. Aurelia Luzviminda Gomez, was the lone nominee for dean. In the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS), Prof. Jhoanna Lynn Cruz was the lone nominee.
In the Public Forum on August 2, 2023, Dean Gomez presented the State of the School report that covered human resources, instruction, research, extension & public service, the administration, and alumni relations. In the Extension and Public Service, highlights were the SOM's various forms of public service that benefitted farmers, fishers, micro-, small- & medium enterprises in Region XI and the Bangsamoro region. The search committee was composed of UP Visayas Assoc. Prof. Danilo Ortillo as Chairperson, UP Cebu Prof. Tiffany Tan as President's Representative, with Asst. Prof. Myrafe Ylagan, Kasmira Blaise Sigue, Alma Marcelino, and student Charis Anne Canceran. Support staff were Keesha Eluceth Sabijon and Rhodeza Mae Amelda-Shotwell
In the CHSS Public Forum on August 22, Dean Raymundo Pavo presented his State of the College report, a highlight of which was the creation of the Mindanao Studies Center, the three new degree programs in sports, and the various Academic Program Improvements. Prof. Jhoanna Lynn Cruz, the chairperson of the Department of Humanities, presented her vision "Baluy CHSS" in the form of "Objectives." The CHSS Search Committee was composed of UP Visayas Assoc. Prof. Arnel Tampos, Prof. Tiffany Tan, Asst. Prof. Marbie Alpos, Univ. Librarian Briccio Merced Jr., Land Mgt. Officer Joel Sagadal, and student representative Armand Glenn Martin with support staff Frances Aivie Ballerta and Coralyn Aborde.