UP's Pride and Glory

"Understanding the Peace and Conflict Narratives in the BARMM"

Written by Rene Estremera. Posted in Achievements

The 3rd Ledivina V. Carino Webinar Series featured Ms. Hazel Pergis-Lozada, a BA Social Science graduate of UP Mindanao, a former Gurong Pahinungod volunteer, and a freelance research consultant currently working in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao. Prof. Cleto Nanola, director of the Office of Extension and Community Service (OECS) welcomed the online audience from different UP campuses. Ms. Lozada related her beginnings in the Pahinungod that led to her present profession as a researcher. She disclosed her research themes, her reflections, and the gains from her experiences. Pahinungod personnel from different UP campuses sought more comments from Ms. Lozada in the open forum. UP Mindanao Pahinungod Director Michael Gatela awarded the certificate of appreciation to Ms. Lozada. The 3rd webinar is an offering for the upcoming Mindanao Week of Peace o 25 November to 01 December 2021 and the National Volunteers Month in December.  View the video here: https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?ref=watch_permalink&v=600196031178991 

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State of the University, 2021

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Chancellor Larry Digal delivered his "State of the University" Address on 17 November 2021 at the Public Forum of the Search for Chancellor. Chancellor Digal, whose term ends on 28 February 2022, related the progress of his administration, from the planning in 2019 to the progress in the strategic priorities as of 2021. Among the highlights were the rise in enrollment, the increase in research productivity, the new academic programs, faculty development, infrastructure, and the public health, sports, innovation, and bio-cultural initiatives.

View the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yx8yDmVcq6I

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Lecturer Abreu in Palihan 9

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Senior Lecturer Lualhati Abreu of Dept. of Social Sciences delivered the lecture "Ang Danas ng Mindanao Sa Ilalim ng Batas Militar, Pakikibakang Muslim At Lumad" on 15 November 2021, online, in Panel 9 of "Palihan: PS 21 Faculty Development Program," organized by UP Diliman, UP Los Baños, and UP Cebu.

Panel 9, with the theme "Katutubong Pamayanan sa Kordilyera (IPs); Lumad at Muslim sa Mindanao," included Cordillera People’s Alliance chairperson Joanna K. Cariño, who spoke on "Ang Pakikibaka Laban sa Mga Chico Dam at ang Pamumuo ng Kilusang Masa sa Kordilyera."

According to the organizers, "Ang Palihan ay binuo para sa tuluy-tuloy na pagpapaunlad ng mga faculty na nagtuturo, magtuturo at may interes na magturo ng GE course na PS 21: Wika, Panitikan, at Kultura sa Ilalim ng Batas Militar sa Pilipinas. Bilang kursong umiiral sa loob pa lamang ng tatlong semestre, nangangailangan ang mga faculty ng tuluy-tuloy na programa ng pagpapalakas at pagpapaunlad at makapagpalitan ng mga kaalaman, kagamitan, programa at serbisyo. Naniniwala kami na ang patuloy na umuunlad na kaguruan ng PS 21 ay magiging higit na kapaki-pakinabang sa pagkatuto ng mga estudyante at makakamaksima ng rekurso na inihahain ng bawat kampus. Magiging tulay din ang programang ito na magdurugtong sa mga naunang subject-expert at o primary source, at mga bago at umuunlad na nakababatang guro."

UP Mindanao Represents Region XI in DOST-PCAARRD’s NSAARRD 2021

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     The Department of Science and Technology – Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (DOST-PCAARRD) held its National Symposium for Agriculture, Aquatic, and Natural Resources Research and Development (NSAARRD) on 22 October 2021. Three papers each were presented in the Research and Development categories, respectively. Before the top three papers in each category were identified, papers on R&D conducted in the Philippines during the last two years were submitted as entry/ies and evaluated by a screening committee.
     The University of the Philippines Mindanao entry entitled “Giving Farmers Uwen Fananafedew: Improving Agricultural Extension Policy in Conflict-Vulnerable Areas through the Livelihood Improvement through Facilitated Extension (LIFE) Model” presented by Dr. Emma Ruth V. Bayogan competed in the Development Category. The paper is a product of the DOST-PCAARRD-funded program entitled “Enhancing Livelihood Opportunities in Conflict-Vulnerable Areas in Mindanao through the LIFE (Livelihood Improvement through Facilitated Extension) Model”, which aimed to establish improved, sustainable, and resilient community-based livelihoods for the conflict-vulnerable areas in Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources (AANR) sector in Mindanao. The program ran from December 2017 to April 2021 and was implemented in Surallah, South Cotabato; Datu Abdullah Sangki and Ampatuan, Maguindanao; and Ipil, Zamboanga Sibugay. The paper won Best Paper in the Development Category during the Southern Mindanao Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development Consortium’s Regional Symposium on Research Development and Extension Highlights in Davao City on 29 September 2020.
     UP Mindanao’s paper went against Benguet State University’s “Disaster Reduction of Climate Change Impacts on Vegetable Terrace Farms in Benguet” presented by Prof. Alexander W. Fagyan and Central Luzon State University’s “Sustainable Homegrown Forages and Complete Nutrient Diet Towards Enhancing Growth and Milk Production of Dairy Buffaloes in Nueva Ecija and San Agustin, Isabela” presented by Dr. Daniel L. Aquino.
     Three papers competed in the Research Category: “Saving the Imperiled Marilog Forests in Southern Mindanao, Philippines: Inventory, Assessment and Conservation for Sustainable Community Utilization” presented by Dr. Victor B. Amoroso of the Central Mindanao University; University of Southeastern Philippines’ “Development of ROSANNA Banana Diseases Surveillance System” presented by Dr. Gilbert A. Importante; and University of the Philippines Los Baños’s National Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology “Zinc Biofortification and Growth Enhancement of Rice and Corn using Zinc Solubilizing Bacteria” presented by Mr. Robert Nepomuceno.
     Each team showed a 10-minute pre-recorded presentation and were given 10 minutes to answer questions from the judges: Dr. Domingo E. Angeles of the Philippine Fruit Association; Dr. Edna A. Anit of the Crop Science Society of the Philippines; Dr. Feliciano G. Calora Jr. of DOST-PCAARRD; Dr. Danilo C. Cardenas of the Philippine Agricultural Economics and Development Association, Inc.; and Dr. Edwin C. Villar, CESO IV, of the Philippine Society of Animal Science.
     Results will be announced during DOST-PCAARRD’s S&T Awards and Recognition on 29 November 2021.
Written by: KS Sigue
Date: 10 November 2021

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