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UPMin recognized by Davao City and DTI-XI for IDEAS Davao

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Asst. Prof. Miguel Carlo Guillermo and Chancellor Lyre Anni Murao (6th and 8th from left, respectively) with organizers and guests at the MSMED Week celebration  

The University of the Philippines Mindanao was honored with multiple recognitions as a development partner at the Micro Small and Medium Enterprise Development (MSMED) Week celebration in Davao City on July 24, 2024.

Chancellor Lyre Anni E. Murao and Asst. Prof. Miguel Carlo S. Guillermo received a plaque and a certificate of recognition from the MSMED Council and the Department of Trade and Industry-Region XI (DTI-XI), respectively, for UP Mindanao's initiative in creating the Innovation and Development Accelerators Consortium for Start-ups (IDEAS) Davao.

Dr. Cynthia Rose Bautista's speech at the 26th UP Mindanao Commencement Exercises

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Commencement Speaker  Dr. Bautista RESIZERegent Robert Lester Aranton, Regent Gladys Tiongco, Faculty Regent Carl Marc  Ramota, Student Regent Sofia Jan Trinidad, Staff Regent Marie Therese Alambra,  Chancellor Lyre Anni Murao, EVP Jose Fernando Alcantara na kumakatawan kay  Pangulong Angelo Jimenez na kasalukuyang nasa Thailand, VP para sa Planning and  Finance Yrin Balmores, VP para sa administrasyon Augustus Resurreccion, VP para  sa Public Affairs Rolando Tolentino, Tsanselor ng UP Cebu Leo Malagar, Tsanselor  ng UP Baguio Joel Addawe, AVP para sa administrasyon Richard Javier, mga opisyal  ng UP Mindanao, mga kasamahan at kaibigan sa hanay ng kaguruan, REPS at mga  kawani ng administraston ng UP Mindanao--na nagbibigay buhay, nagpapaunlad at  sumusuporta sa comunidad akademiko ng UP Min--mga kasamahan sa Tanggapan  ng Kalihim ng Unibersidad at iba pang Tanggapan ng UP System, kagalang-galang  na mga panauhin, mga magulang, tagapag-alaga, mga katuwang, at mahal sa buhay  ng mga nagtatapos—na walang pagod na nagsakripisyo at sumuporta sa mga kanila at higit sa lahat, sa mga minamahal na nagtatapos—na ating binigyang pugay ngayon,  isa pong magandang umaga sa inyong lahat.  

I am deeply honored to congratulate you, the graduating class of 2024, for your patience and grit in completing your degrees despite the challenges posed by the  SARS-COV-2 virus.

UPMin’s Summa Cum Laude Dedicates Success to the Filipino People

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From ‘Escaping’ Mindanao to Championing Its Stories: 

UPMin’s Summa Cum Laude Dedicates Success to the Filipino People

KYNDRA LEI B. YUNTING resize 33Kyndra Lei B. Yunting, the fourth summa cum laude to graduate from the University of the Philippines Mindanao (UPMin), dedicates her success to the Filipino people.

A BA English (Creative Writing) major, Yunting garnered a cumulative weighted average grade (CWAG) of 1.1170, out of the highest possible grade of 1.000, earning her the Latin honor of summa cum laude. She is the fourth summa cum laude of UP Mindanao and the first from the BA English (Creative Writing) program. Since 2019, the three summa cum laude were from the BS Food Technology program.   

The 26th Commencement Exercises

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The 4th summa cum laude, onstage  
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Shifting the sablay from the right to the left shoulder, the transition from candidate to graduate

Officials of the University of the Philippines (UP) Mindanao awarded diplomas to 303 graduates in its 26th Commencement Exercises on 19 July 2024 at the UPMin Atrium. The Class of 2024 comes from 11 undergraduate programs, one associate program, two diploma programs, and three graduate programs.

DMPCS holds 2024 search for the Best Undergraduate Thesis

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The graduating students of BS Applied Mathematics and BS Computer Science with the DMPCS faculty and judges of the thesis competitions  

The candidates for graduation from the BS Applied Mathematics (BSAM) and the BS Computer Science (BSCS) programs applied their skills to a broad range of social and economic issues in the 2024 Search for the Best Undergraduate Thesis in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, held on July 15, 2024, at the College of Science and Mathematics (CSM) Building.
In the Best Thesis Competition, Algorithm Category, the BSAM theses showcased a diverse range of topics from the coffee value chain in Davao del Sur to the changes in the benthic cover in Sta. Cruz and the innovative use of deep learning for rabies forecasting in Davao City.

The BSCS theses in the same category explored practical issues, such as the Facility Location Problem of Davao City households, the performance of the Rabies Data Analytics Dashboard (RabDash) app, and the use of Deep Learning for understanding the behavior of the Long-Tailed Macaque.

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