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Posters of research projects are manned by researchers to answer queries from participants of the 2016 OVPAA Research Symposium. Photo by Jun Madrid.
A total of 23 research projects were presented to the public at the 2016 Research Symposium of the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs (OVPAA) held on November 28, 2016 at the National Institute of Physics, National Science Complex, UP Diliman.
The symposium allowed the researchers to publicize their OVPAA-supported projects and discuss research concerns with administrators, senior scientists, and other researchers of the University. Project heads and proponents gave the status, accomplishments, and future plans of …
From left to right: Vice President for Academic Affairs Gisela Concepcion, Vice President for Planning and Finance Joselito Florendo, UP President Alfredo Pascual, Faculty Regent Philip Ian Padilla, UPV Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Encarnacion Yap, and UPV Office of Student Affairs Director Ruben Gamala. Photo by Misael Bacani
August 22 proved to be a busier-than-usual day for UP Visayas (UPV). Laboratories, a building, a dorm, and an office were inaugurated in the Iloilo City and Miagao campuses; and plans for three structures were unveiled as well. UP President Alfredo Pascual attended all the events.
The day began in the Iloilo City …
This is volume 16, number 1 of the bi-monthly UP Forum. In this special issue, UP President Alfredo Pascual gives updates on UP’s strategic initiatives, particularly on admissions system and policy; strengthening the faculty; modernizing pedagogy; transforming UP into a research-intensive university; unifying public service efforts; eUP and GreenUP; enhancing personnel benefits; and the UP budget. It also shows examples of ongoing and completed infrastructure projects of the University.
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The Disbursement Acceleration Program (DAP) funds given to UP were efficiently used and resulted in the upgrading and improvement of university facilities and programs.
This is the University of the Philippines’ response to a 2013 Commission on Audit (COA) Report that was used in several news reports which allege that as much as P928M of DAP funds given to the national university were not used properly.
The same news stories allege that the University was not able to upgrade and modernize facilities in its campuses in Diliman, Manila, Baguio, Los Baños, Cebu, Visayas, Mindanao, and the Open University.
UP received P1.29B of DAP …