Congratulations to the 71 UP Scientists for 2018-2020!

Faculty members and researchers from across the UP System earned the rank of UP Scientist in an awarding ceremony on May 28 at the UP Diliman School of Statistics Auditorium. Forty-four were named UP Scientist I, 11 received the rank of UP Scientist II, and 16 were awarded UP Scientist III.

“In the Philippines, two-thirds of pediatric patients with cancer are diagnosed at advanced stages,” says Prof. Loyda Cajucom of the Faculty of Management and Development Studies, UP Open University (UPOU). This is one of the reasons that led her to conceptualize Aruga sa Batang may Cancer, an online resource designed specifically for Filipino pediatric palliative care.

Active relations between the University of the Philippines and Korea were highlighted during the first lecture and meeting with top UP officials of Korean Ambassador to the Philippines Han Dong-Man.

The UP Open University (UPOU) commemorated its 24th anniversary on March 1 at its headquarters in Los Baños, Laguna with its usual celebratory activities. Memoranda were signed, projects and publications launched, partners recognized, the Gawad Chancellor given, and Family Day celebrated.   UPOU 2019 Programs and Projects Projects and programs that UPOU shall pursue starting […]

The Philippines Learning Commons provides lifelong learners in Kaohsiung, Taiwan a technology-equipped educational facility and the space to converge and converse, where they can learn from quality resource materials and from each other.

  “As graduates of the national university, we have the duty to give back.” Commission on Higher Education Officer-in-Charge J. Prospero de Vera III reminded the 348-strong UP Open University (UPOU) Class of 2018 on September 29 at the UPOU Headquarters in Los Baños, Laguna.     He also highlighted the unique experiences of UPOU […]

UPOU hosts conversations on cognitive innovation and multidisciplinary research training

The University of the Philippines Open University (UPOU) invites the UP community to its Research Conversations: “Where do new ideas come from? Cognitive Innovation and Multidisciplinary Research Training” with Prof. Sue Denham, Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience in University of Plymouth, United Kingdom.