A service and learning organization like the University Of Negros Occidental-Recoletos believes not only in the worth, dignity, and potentials of each human person and in his uniqueness but also in man’s goodness and in his capacity to learn when given the opportunity and when provided with the necessary conditions conducive to learning.
The University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos (UNO-Recoletos) sealed of partnership with Riverside Medical Center Incorporated (RMCI) during the memorandum of agreement signing for its pharmacy program Friday, September 23 at the executive hall proved that excellence in education goes beyond borders.
Present during the moa signing for Uno-Recoletos were rev. Fr. Dionisio C. Cachero, OAR, Uno-Recoletos president, Fr, Joel A. Alve, OAR, vice president for academics, with Dean Nieves Hibaler-Pepito of the College of Arts and Sciences, Dr. Vilma Azucena, Department Head of Natural Science, Math, Agriculture and Pharmacy and Mr. Fernando Flores, Department Head of Social/Behavioral Sciences and Social Work Department. Also present were Ms. Arlene Ledesma, President/Chief Executive Officer and mS. Miriam Hope Bravo, Chief Paharmacist of RMCI respectively.
UNO-Recoletos and RMCI partnership believe that perfect schools are the result of competent teaching staff and personnel, appropriate teaching and learning methodologies and styles as well as the nobility of profession through its honest practice. Moreover, both believe that learning institutions can facilitate and bear witness to the beautiful process of students’ wisdom and acquired potentials of becoming fully persons.
In photo: Ms. Miriam Hope Bravo, Ms. Arlene Ledesma , Fr. Dionisio Cachero,OAR and rev. Fr. Joel Alve, OAR during the signing of the MOA with Riverside Medical Center Incorporated and UNO-R making RMCI as partner agency in the UNO-R Pharmacy Program.