UPMin faculty members from the BA Communication & Media Arts program were invited as conference partners of the 29th Asian Media Information and Communication (AMIC) Conference in Bandung, Indonesia. Eight papers were accepted for the conference, and the UPMin faculty delivered five onsite presentations.
Asst. Prof. Melissa Claire Barerra-Yap presented "Effectiveness of a Participatory Guided Communication Strategy in Educating Female Adolescents against Rape Myths" and "Resisting Oppression, Embracing Interculturality: Exploring Critical Intercultural Communication within the Lumad Struggle in the Philippines."
Prof.Karen Joyce Cayamanda presented "Towards a Community-based Flood-risk Communication Management Framework for Davao City" and "Printed Visual Materials for Flood Awareness and Preparedness using Participatory Graphic Design."
In above photo are, left to right, Dennis John Sumaylo, Melissa Claire Barrera-Yap, Julius Neil Piala, Karen Joyce Cayamanda, and Edwin Priete.