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UNO-R College of Arts and Sciences and USJ-R meet for Institutional Dev’t and Curriculum Planning

Fr. Joel A. Alve, OAR, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences of UNO-Recoletos, along with Mrs. Marian Eusoya, Assistant Dean, and the department heads Mr. Rufus Javier Jr. (Mass Comm. – English) Dr. Vilma B. Azucena (Natural and Biological Sciences and Agriculture, and Mrs. Nieves Hibaler- Pepito (faculty member of English –Mass Comm.) met with their counterparts from University of San Jose- Recoletos in Cebu City last August 8-9, 2008 for an institutional development and curriculum planning.

 
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New Dean Installed

 
Fr. Joel A. Alve, OAR is the new Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos. The turn – over ceremony was done at the Corporate Hall of the University on the 18th of June 2008.
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Two UNO-R Alumni receive PRC Awards

 
Assistant Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Head of the Medical Technology Department of the University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos, Marian Montinola-Eusoya received the Outstanding Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) at PRC Awards Night last June 20, at the Fiesta Pavilion of the historic landmark Manila Hotel. Chairwoman Leonor T. Rocero and Commissioner Ruth R. Padilla of the PRC awarded Eusoya. UNO-Recoletos Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences and Vice-President of Student Welfare, Fr. Joel A. Alve, OAR and NOPSSCEA Executive Secretary Mrs. Feliciana Porter accompanied Ms. Eusoya.

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UNO-R Agriculture Students REAP Gold

The University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos School of Agriculture reaped three gold medals during the 1st Regional Agri-related Conference held at Barotac Viejo, Iloilo last February 19 – 21, 2008. There were 21 schools who participated in the conference.

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Safeguard and PAMET welcome 15 new students to their Scholarship Program

 

Safeguard and the Philippine Association of Medical Technologists (PAMET) teamed up in 1989 with the common mission of improving Filipino health and hygiene. As part of their mission, they introduced a scholarship program to support the country’s most promising Medical Technology students and develop them into tomorrow’s healthcare leaders. With long standing commitment to promote good health and hygiene by transforming lives through a variety of health and education programs, the partnership has, to date, awarded over 200 underprivileged but deserving students with 3-year medical technology scholarships.