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CatStateU 2012 Annual Report (DRAFT August 24 copy)

  1. 1. Republic of the Philippines CATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITYCATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITYCATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITY Virac, Catanduanes
  2. 2. 2012 Annual Report Note: The varying use of the names Catanduanes State Colleges (CSC) and Catanduanes State University (CSU) in this report reflects specific timelines of accomplishments and activities during the year in review. It must be noted that the Catanduanes State Colleges was converted into a University on October 19, 2012, the last quarter of the Calendar Year’s reporting period.
  3. 3. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 4 Our 2012 Performance... Catanduanes State University obtained high ratings in its Major Final Outputs Accountability Re- port Card (MARC) for Fiscal Year 2012. It reached and surpassed its target accomplishments in advanced and higher education, research, extension, and support to operations.
  4. 4. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 5 at a Glance Catanduanes State University likewise earned 100 percent compliance with the Seal of Good Gov- ernance. It fully delivered its outputs in all four areas of good governance conditions, which are Seal of Transparency, PhilGeps posting, liquidation of cash advances, and vibrant the vibrant imple- mentation of the agency’s Citizen’s Charter specifically for its frontline services.
  5. 5. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 6 Republic of the Philippines CATANDUANES STATE UNIVERSITY Virac, Catanduanes ( (052) 811-3134 e-mail: catanduanes_state_colleges@yahoo.com website: http://www.csc.edu.ph Tanggapan ng Pangulo Office of the President His Excellency BENIGNO S. AQUINO President Republic of the Philippines Thru: Dr. Patricia D. Licuanan Chairperson Commission on Higher Education Sir: I have the honor to submit the Accomplishment Report of the Catanduanes State University for FY 2012. This document highlights the major accomplishments and activities of the University in pur- suit of its institutional mandate. Thank you. Very truly yours, MINERVA I. MORALES, Ed.D. SUC President III
  6. 6. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 7 Table of Contents Major Programs and Accomplishments MFO I—Advanced and Higher Education —————————————–—————- 8 MFO II—Research ——————————————–————- 43 MFO III—Extension —————————————–—————- 58 MFO IV—General Administration Services ————————————–——————- 68 Board Resolution s for CY 2012 —————————–—————————- 79 Seminars/Trainings of Employees ————————–——————————- 83 Feature Story: From CSC to a University —————————–—————————- 98 Board of Regents ———————————–———————- 100 Officers of the Administration —————————–—————————- 101 Institutional Profile ———————————–———————- 102 List of Tables Table1.1—Enrolment by Program ————————————–——————- 11 Table 1.2– Graduates by Program ——————————–————————- 15 Table 1.3—Licensure/Board Examination ——————————–————————- 20 Table 1.4– Accredited Programs ————————–——————————- 24 Table 1.5—Government Scholars: Students ——————————————————— 27 Table 1.6—Private Scholars: Students —————————————–—————- 28 Table 1.7—Institutional Scholars: Students ———————————–———————- 28 Table 1.8—Student Trainings/Seminars ——————————–————————- 31 Table 1.9—Co-Curricular Programs ———————————–———————- 38 Table 1.10—Faculty Scholars ——————————–————————- 42 Table 2.1—List of Completed Research —————————–—————————- 43 Table 2.2—Ongoing Research —————————–—————————- 46 Table 2.3—Research Proposals ————————————–——————- 47 Table 2.4—Research Programs ——————————–————————- 49 Table 2.5—Research Presented in various fora/conferences ———–———————- 50 Table 2.6—Student Researches, Pisog nin Uswag ————————–——————- 56 Table 2.7—Research for Patent ——————————–————————- 57 Table 3.1—Extension Programs coordinated with line agencies ——–———————— 58 Table 3.2—Extension Communication Materials —————–—————————- 59 Table 3.3—Technologies Transferred/Adopted ————–——————————- 59 Table 3.4—Trainings/Extension Activities ——————–————————————- 60 Table3.3A—Person-Days Trained ————–——————————————- 64 Table 3.3B—Technical-Vocational Trainings —————–—————————————- 65 Table 3.3C—Continuing Education ———–———————————————- 66 Table 3.3D—Other Trainings —————–—————————————- 67 Table 4.1—Facilities & Land Development ——————–————————————- 68 Table 4.2 –Externally-funded Projects ————————–——————————- 69 Table 4.3—Fiduciary and IGP Income ———————–———————————- 75 Table 4.4—Report of Income per Project ———————–———————————- 76 Table4.5—Approved Board Resolutions ——————–————————————- 78 Table 4.6—CY 2012 Budget ——–————————————————- 77 List of Figures Figure 1—Faculty Profile by Educational Attainment —–—————————————- 40 Figure 2—Faculty Profile by Academic Rank ———–———————————- 41 Figure 3—Extension Trainings and Trainees ——————————————— 63 Figure 4—Comparative Income ————–——————————- 75 Figure 5—Total Allotment for Personal Services ——–————————————- 77 Figure 6—Total Allotment for MOOE ——————–————————- 77
  7. 7. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 8 Detailed Accomplishments MFO 1 - Advanced and Higher Education Program A. Curricular Programs and Enrolment CSU is a comprehensive higher education institution with multi-disciplinary cur- ricular offerings. The academic programs offered by the institution during the year in re- view are the following: MAIN CAMPUS (VIRAC) ADVANCE EDUCATION Graduate School Doctor of Education Major in Educational Management Master of Arts in Education Majors: Educational Management Mathematics Filipino Master of Public Administration Master in Business Administration Master of Arts Majors: Industrial Education English Guidance and Counseling Master of Arts in Teaching Majors: Biology Physics Chemistry Diploma in Public Administration Diploma in College Teaching Diploma in Educational Management
  8. 8. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 9 HIGHER EDUCATION College of Agriculture and Fisheries Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Majors: Agricultural Education Agro-Forestry Animal Science Crop Science College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Arts in Economics Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Bachelor of Arts major in Public Administration Bachelor of Science in Biology Bachelor of Science in Mathematics College of Business and Accountancy Bachelor of Science in Accountancy Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Majors : Financial Management Human Resource Development Management Marketing Management Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship Bachelor of Science in Office Administration College of Education Bachelor in Elementary Education Bachelor in Secondary Education Majors in: Filipino Mathematics Biological Science Social Studies Music, Arts and Physical Education Home Economics and Livelihood Education College of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics 2-Year Certificate in Midwifery
  9. 9. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 10 College of Technology Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology Majors : Automotive Technology Electronics Technology Civil Technology Food Service Management Drafting Technology Garments, Fashion and Design Electrical Technology Mechanical Technology Heating, Ventilating, Airconditioning and Refrigeration Technology Bachelor in Technical Teacher Education Majors in: Automotive Technology Electronics Technology Civil Technology Food Service Management Drafting Technology Garments, Fashion and Design Electrical Technology Mechanical Technology Heating, Ventilating, Airconditioning and Refrigeration Technology Bachelor of Science in Information Management Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Bachelor of Science in Information Technology 2-Year Certificate in Trade Technology Majors : Automotive Technology Electronics Technology Civil Technology Food Service Management Drafting Technology Garments, Fashion and Design Electrical Technology Mechanical Technology Heating, Ventilating, Airconditioning and Refrigeration Technology PANGANIBAN CAMPUS Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Majors: Animal Science Crop Science Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education Majors: Building Construction Drafting Technology Food Trades Technology Bachelor in Elementary Education Bachelor in Technical Teacher Education Civil Technology Food Service Management Secondary (CSC Main and Panganiban Campus) - First Year—Fourth Year Elementary (CSC Main Campus) - Grade I—VI Pre School (CSC Main Campus) - Junior and Senior Kindergarten
  10. 10. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 11 I. Enrolment As in the past year, an increase in student population was noted in SY 2012-2013. Both the first and second semesters registered a relative uptake. Curricular Programs 1st Sem 2012-2013 2nd Sem 2012-2013 M F Total M F Total A. ADVANCE EDUCATION Graduate School Doctor of Education – Educ’l Mgt. 9 23 32 6 35 41 MA in Education- Educational Mgt. 28 95 123 21 51 72 MA in Education- Mathematics 13 16 29 10 11 21 MA in Education - Filipino 1 7 8 - 9 9 Master in Public Administration 19 12 31 19 14 33 Master of Business Administration 8 42 50 3 33 36 MA in Agricultural Education 1 - 1 - - - MA in Industrial Education 9 6 15 9 4 13 MA in English 9 31 40 9 23 32 MA in Teaching Biology 5 12 17 4 8 12 MA in Teaching Physics 4 2 6 3 2 5 MA in Teaching Chemistry 1 - 1 - 1 1 Diploma in Public Administration - 2 2 1 1 2 Diploma in College Teaching - 3 3 - - - Diploma in Educational Management 1 17 18 5 8 13 Grand Total for Advanced Education 107 269 376 90 200 290 Table 1.1 - Enrolment by Program
  11. 11. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 12 Curricular Programs 1st Sem 2011-2012 2nd Sem 2012-2013 M F Total M F Total College of Agriculture & Fisheries BS Agriculture- General Curriculum (3rd & 4th Year Only) 262 188 450 14 21 35 -Crop Science 17 16 33 18 16 34 - Animal Science 38 14 52 36 12 48 - Agricultural Education - 1 1 - - - - Agro-Forestry - - - - - - - Fisheries 1 - 1 - - - College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration 25 54 79 23 53 76 Bachelor of Arts in Economics 15 39 54 13 40 53 Bachelor of Arts in Political Science 65 66 131 61 63 124 BS in Biology 40 120 160 40 111 151 BS in Mathematics 86 66 152 79 63 142 College of Business & Accountancy BS in Business Administration –Common Years 62 174 236 58 170 228 - Financial Management 17 54 71 17 54 71 - Marketing Management 18 57 75 18 57 75 - Human Resource Dev’t Management 28 56 84 26 56 82 BS in Accountancy 60 114 174 58 111 169 BS in Accounting Technology 11 24 35 8 22 30 30BS in Entrepreneurship 43 82 125 41 81 122 BS in Office Administration 46 237 283 41 227 268 Table 1.1 (cont…) - Enrolment by Program
  12. 12. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 13 Curricular Programs 1st Sem 2012-2013 2nd Sem 2012-2013 College of Technology M F Total M F Total BS in Civil Engineering 447 170 617 416 157 573 BS in Information Management Old curriculum—replaced with BSIS 1 - 1 BS in Information Technology 269 229 498 261 211 472 BS in Information System 144 190 334 135 178 313 BS in Industrial Education 2 - 2 Old Curriculum—replaced with BTTE BS in Industrial Technology 313 79 392 293 78 370 Bachelor of Trade Technical Education (3rd & 4th Year Only) - Electronics Technology 44 5 49 10 - 10 - Food Service Management 14 64 78 16 13 19 College of Education Bachelor in Elementary Education 107 504 611 102 502 604 Bachelor in Secondary Education- Common Yrs. 52 130 182 - - - - English 12 33 45 18 45 63 - Filipino 2 11 13 4 38 42 - Biological Science 16 45 61 24 58 82 - Mathematics 20 24 44 33 39 72 - Social Studies 3 18 21 7 30 37 - MAPE 17 31 48 23 48 71 Table 1.1 (cont…) - Enrolment by Program
  13. 13. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 14 Curricular Programs 1st Sem 2012-2013 2nd Sem 2012-2013 College of Health Sciences M F Total M F Total BS in Nursing 35 196 231 34 197 231 BS in Nutrition and Dietetics 12 114 126 10 109 119 Panganiban Campus BS in Agriculture 176 152 328 40 26 66 Bachelor in Elementary Education 53 204 257 55 211 266 Bachelor in Technical Teacher Education - - - 37 45 81 Pre-Bacc Courses-Non Degree Certificate in Agri-Tech –Main (BS Agri Ladderized) - - - 205 144 349 Certificate in Agri-Tech-Panganiban Campus (BS Agri Ladderized) - - - 128 115 243 Certificate in BTTE (Ladderized) - - - 42 69 111 Certificate in Trade Technology - Automotive 129 2 131 139 1 140 - Drafting 64 12 76 45 7 52 - Electrical 113 2 115 91 7 92 - Electronics 125 5 130 103 5 108 - Foods 28 74 102 25 58 83 - Garments, Fashion and Design 10 29 39 1 25 26 - Mechanical Technology 29 1 30 25 - 25 - Refrigeration/Air-conditioning 42 1 43 32 1 33 Certificate in Midwifery - 60 60 - 52 52 Total for Higher Education 3,144 3,816 6,960 2,854 3,551 6,405 Table 1.1 (cont…) - Enrolment by Program
  14. 14. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 15 Course Male Female TOTAL ADVANCED EDUCATION Doctor of Education 1 2 3 MA in Education – Educational Management - 4 4 Master of Arts in Industrial Education 1 - 1 Master in Business Administration - 2 2 Master in Public Administration 1 - 1 Master of Arts in Teaching - Biology - 1 1 Diploma in Educational Management - 2 2 Diploma in College Teaching - 1 1 Sub-total for Advanced Education 3 12 15 HIGHER EDUCATION College of Agriculture and Fisheries BS in Agriculture 30 15 45 College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Arts Economics 2 6 8 Political Science 9 5 14 Public Administration 2 8 10 Biology 4 17 21 Bachelor of Science Mathematics 9 6 15 Sub-total 26 42 68 II. Graduates An increasing trend in the number of graduates is recorded every year. During SY 2011-2012, CSC produced 1,209 graduate in higher education and 17 in advanced educa- tion. This SY 2012-2013, the graduates turnout was 1,356. Table 1.2 - Graduates by Program
  15. 15. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 16 Course Male Female TOTAL College of Business and Accountancy BS in Accountancy 4 11 15 BS in Business Administration Financial Management 6 21 27 Human Resource Mgt 13 21 34 Marketing Management 7 23 30 Marketing - 1 1 BS in Entrepreneurship 10 14 24 BS in Office Administration – Computer Secretarial Education 16 47 63 Sub-total 56 138 194 College of Education Bachelor in Elementary Education 23 99 122 Bachelor in Secondary Education English 3 7 10 Biological Science 2 11 13 Mathematics 10 14 24 Music, Arts and P.E. 6 4 10 Social Studies 6 4 10 Sub-total 50 139 189 College of Technology BS in Industrial Education Electronics 1 - 1 BS in Industrial Technology Automotive Technology 22 - 22 Drafting Technology 12 1 13 Electronics 32 - 32 Electrical Technology 17 - 17 Foods 4 1 5 Mechanical Technology 2 - 2 90 2 92Sub-total Table 1.2 (cont…) - Graduates by Program
  16. 16. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 17 Course Male Female TOTAL BS in Civil Engineering 57 20 77 BS in Information Management 27 32 59 BS in Information Technology 38 26 64 Sub-total 65 58 123 College of Health Sciences BS in Nursing 32 65 97 BS in Nutrition and Dietetics 2 19 4 Sub-total 34 84 118 PANGANIBAN CAMPUS BS in Agriculture Agricultural Sciences 16 14 30 BS in Industrial Education Building Construction 1 - 1 Drafting Technology 3 - 3 Foods 5 38 43 Bachelor in Elementary Education 8 35 43 Sub-total 33 87 120 TOTAL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION 441 585 1,026 Voc-Tech Courses/Non-degree Programs Certificate in Agricultural Science - Panganiban Campus 18 16 34 Certificate in Agricultural Science - Main Campus 34 33 67 Trade Technical Course Automotive Technology 46 - 46 Drafting Technology 17 2 19 Electrical Technology 27 1 28 Electronics 40 3 43 Foods - 23 23 Garments 1 6 7 Mechanical Technology 10 - 10 Refrigeration and Aircon 8 - 8 Diploma in Midwifery Education - 45 45 TOTAL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION NON-DEGREE 201 129 330 GRAND TOTAL FOR HIGHER EDUCATION 642 714 1,356 Table 1.2 (cont…) - Graduates by Program
  17. 17. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 18 It’s her gift to the world – 1,356 graduates in 2012. Consequently, the gymnasium was filled to the rafters as the Catanduanes State Colleges Main Campus mounted its 41st Commencement Exercises on March 22, 2012 with biggest turnout of graduates, per records from the school’s Registration and Admission office. The traditional graduation highlights—investiture of hood and cap, presentation of candidates for graduation, recommendation and conferment of degrees and titles, commencement address, awarding of med- als to honor graduates and distribution of diploma—wound up for over four hours. The graduates relished their proverbial 15 minutes of fame as they strode onstage to get their diplomas to the tune of Verdi’s “Triumphal March,” a staple musical score in graduation ceremonies. Honor graduates Forty-five graduates finished with Latin Honors, led by John Michael T. Bernal, BS in Civil Engineer- ing, as Magna Cum Laude, with an average of 1.38, followed by Ian D. Lopez, Bachelor of Elementary Educa- tion, also a Magna Cum Laude, with an average of 1.42. Additionally, 42 graduated with Cum Laude honors and one with Academic Distinction. They were Michele M. Candelaria, BS in Accountancy, Cum Laude (1.6); Jimylen P. Garnica, BS in Accountancy, Cum Laude (1.6); Ma. Rona S. Guerrero, BS in Accountancy, Cum Laude (1.74); Sally B. Morales, BS in Accoun- tancy, Cum Laude (1.66); Mariecris A. Sarmiento, BS in Accountancy, Cum Laude (1.73); Cindy S. Tapel, BS in Accountancy, Cum Laude (1.74); Ma. Karla T. Avila, BS in Civil Engineering, Cum Laude (1.60); William V. Belmonte, BS in Civil Engi- neering, Cum Laude (1.63); Raymund M. Garcia, BS in Civil Engineering, Cum Laude, (1.72); John Aldren C. Molina, BS in Civil Engineering, Cum Laude (1.64); Jonathan V. Tulod, BS in Civil Engineering, Cum Laude (1.61); Julius S. Antonio, Bachelor of Secondary Education – Mathematics, Cum Laude, (1.66); Aileen T. Ba- jaro, Bachelor of Secondary Edu- cation – English, Cum Laude (1.51); Jomar Cervantes, Bachelor of Sec- ondary Education – Social Studies, Cum Laude (1.53); Carlito T. Gelito, Bachelor of Secondary Education – Mathematics, Cum Laude (1.5); Jecel S. Magda- hong, Bachelor of Secondary Edu-LEAD US TO OUR CHOSEN WAY – The CSC graduates cap the commencement pageantry singing the CSC Hymn, under the watch of the Presidential Mace, the institution’s symbol of authority. (GSR) 2012 graduates biggest in 41 years Sidebar Story
  18. 18. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 19 cation - Mathematics, Cum Laude (1.73); Elizabeth T. Rances, Bachelor of Secondary Education – Mathemat- ics, Cum Laude (1.63); Ma. Gherlyn S. Rebuya, Bachelor of Secondary Education – Mathematics, Cum Laude (1.65); Joan T. Talan, Bachelor of Secondary Education – Mathematics, Cum Laude (1.70); Ariel R. Tanael, Bachelor of Secondary Education – Mathematics, Cum Laude (1.73); Francis G. Timbal, Bachelor of Secon- dary Education – English, Cum Laude (1.48); Anjo G. Tugay, Bachelor of Secondary Education – English, Cum Laude (1.54); Cynthia T. Tuibeo, Bachelor of Secondary Education – English, Cum Laude (1.51); Rey P. Vargas, Bachelor of Secondary Education – Mathematics, Cum Laude (1.70); Charmaine Kaye C. Abrasaldo, Cum Laude, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude (1.64); Aizel A. Cerillo, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude (1.57); Joan S. Guerrero, Bachelor of Ele- mentary Education, Cum Laude (1.57); Donna Nerisse S. Sapico, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude ((1.72); Jinky Lou T. Sarmiento, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude (1.59); Jocele S. Sar- miento, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude (1.70); Lucy Lyn T. Tapia, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude (1.67); Rhea R. Tating, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude (1.68); Rotchen D.Teves, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude (1.58); Jamir A. Toledana, Bachelor of Ele- mentary Education, Cum Laude (1.75); Yoly V. Tolod, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude (1.67); Irene S. Torres, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Cum Laude, (1.64); Claire T. Tribiana, Bachelor of Ele- mentary Education, Cum Laude (1.72); Emlyn M. Lanon, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Academic Dis- tinction (1.58); Mark Anthony S. Flores, BS in Nursing, Cum Laude (1.73); Elaine Gay R. Molina, BS in Nursing, Cum Laude (1.67); Johnson M. Turado, BS in Nursing, Cum Laude (1.70); Kristel Mae V. Cervantes, BS in Nursing, Cum Laude (1.73), and James Andrew B. Bernal, BS in Information Technology, Cum Laude (1.69). Villar’s exhortation Cynthia A. Villar, former member of the House of Representatives and trustee of the CSC Governing Board, was the Commencement Speaker. She exhorted the graduates to “use (their) education to help others.” “We believe that when we are able to provide them good education, we leave them valuable inheri- tance—something that can never by taken away from them, that cannot be diminished and something that they can enhance for personal advancement and for the betterment of society,” she told the families and teachers of the graduates. “That is the beauty of the gift of education,” she further emphasized. Increasing trend The CSC Registration and Admission Office has noted an increasing trend in the number of graduates per year, with its respective in-charge of scholastic records recently handling above the normal ratio of students being served. The Advanced Education program produced 15 graduates, comprised of: Doctor of Education – 3; Master in Business Administration – 2; Master of Public Administration – 1; Master of Arts in Education – 4; Master of Arts in Industrial Education – 1; Master of Arts in Teaching Biology – 1; Diploma in Educational Management – 2; Diploma in College Teaching – 1. Moreover, the biggest number of graduates came from the Bachelor of Elementary Education at 122, followed by Bachelor of Science in Nursing – 97; Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – 92; Bache- lor of Science in Industrial Technology – 92; Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering – 77; Bachelor of Sec- ondary Education – 68; Bachelor of Science in Information Technology – 64; Bachelor of Science in Office Administration – 63; Bachelor of Science in Information Management – 59; Bachelor of Science in Agriculture – 45; Bachelor of Science of Arts – 32; Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship – 24; Bachelor of Science in Biology – 21; Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics – 21; Bachelor of Science in Mathematics – 15; Bachelor of Science in Accountancy – 15; Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education – 1. The Two Year Trade Technical Education produced 187 graduates, while the Certificate in Agricul- tural Science had 57, and the Diploma in Midwifery program with 45 graduates. Likewise, the CSC Panganiban Campus had their graduation ceremonies on March 19, 2012 with Dr. Minerva I. Morales, CSC SUC President III, as its Commencement Speaker. It had 160 graduates -- 46 finished with the degree Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education, 43 earned Bachelor of Elementary Education, 31 with Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and 40 graduating with Certificate in Agricultural Science. (GSR)
  19. 19. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 20 III. Licensure Examination Performance In 2012, nine (9) CSU recorded licensure examinations with Above National Passing Percentage as well as produced three (3) board topnotchers in Civil Engineer Examinations, and one (1) in Licensure Examination for Teachers. The detail of the CSC performance in various licensure examinations during the year in review is shown below: Board / Licensure Examination No. of Takers No. of Passers Overall Passing % CSU MAIN CAMPUS Month of Exam First Takers Total No. of First Takers Repeaters Total No. of Retak- ers CSU Nat’l P F P F Nurse Licensure Exam Dec No takers - 7 15 22 31.82 34.46 Civil Engineer Licensure Exam BOARD PLACERS:  6th Place – John Michael T. Bernal  7th Place – Yuri T. Soriao  9th Place – John Aldren Molina Nov 32 35 65 2 16 18 40.46 41.41 Midwife Licensure Exam 42 2 44 0 3 3 89.36 49.75 CPA Licensure Exam Oct 12 2 14 3 2 5 79.95 47.78 Licensure Exam for Teachers - Elem Board Placer:  Carlito T. Gelito - 10th Place Sept 148 7 155 41 52 93 76.21 49.25 Licensure Exam for Teachers - Sec 99 33 132 29 124 153 44.91 43.50 Licensure Exam for Agriculturist Jul 10 28 38 4 8 12 28.00 37.92 Nurse Licensure Exam 86 11 97 0 10 10 80.37 45.69 Nutritionist-Dietician Licensure Exam 12 9 21 2 2 4 56.60 67.00 Licensure Exam for Teachers – Elem March 10 2 12 102 75 177 59.26 42.26 Licensure Exam for Teachers – Sec 17 23 40 15 121 136 18.18 24.85 Midwife Licensure Exam April 0 1 1 0 3 3 0.00 46.26 CPA Licensure Exam May no taker 3 2 6 50.00 37.53 Civil Engineer Licensure Exam 9 7 16 6 18 24 37.50 34.07 CSU PANGANIBAN CAMPUS Licensure Exam for Teachers – Elem March 0 2 2 2 10 12 14.29 42.46 Licensure Exam for Teachers – Sec No Taker 4 2 6 66.67 24.85 Licensure Exam for Teachers – Elem Sept 0 1 1 2 1 3 50.00 49.25 Licensure Exam for Teachers – Sec 1 5 6 1 3 4 20.00 43.50 Licensure Exam for Agriculturist July 0 1 1 0.00 37.92No taker Table 1.3 - Result of Licensure Examination, CY 2012
  20. 20. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 21 Catanduanes State University (CSU) sealed another resounding victory after producing three Civil Engineer Licensure Examination topnotchers this November 2012. Adding another feather on the university’s cap are John Michael Tuazon Bernal, 6th place, Yuri Ibatuan Soriao, 7th Place, and John Aldren Cañeta Molina, 9th place. John Michael of San Isidro Village, Virac, earned a rating of 94.65%. As a consistent Dean’s Lister, National Quiz winner, and Magna Cum Laude graduate, John Michael revealed that he posi- tively absorbed the peoples’ big expectations on him. In an interview, he said the pressures did not daunt him. Instead, it inspired him to press on. “Naging advantage ito sako ta na motivate ako,” he said. When asked what he could impart to students, he simply advised them to ‘study hard and pray harder.’ John Michael finished his elementary education at Gogon Elementary School and his secon- dary education at Catanduanes National High School. His parents are Domingo T. Bernal and Salva- cion P. Tuazon. Once again, CSU produces 3 topnotchers in Civil Engineer Licensure Examination Sidebar Story THE TOPNOTCHERS – John Michael T. Bernal – 6th place, Yuri I. Soriao – 7th place, and John Aldren C. Molina, 9th Place. (Photo credits: CSU PR&I, Reeyah Molina, and Chi Bernal)
  21. 21. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 22 Seventh placer Yuri Soriao, the son of Engr. Emmanuel R. Soriao, former Dean of the Col- lege of Technology, and Mary Ann C. Ibatuan, got a score of 94.60%. The pride of San Jose, Bato is also an award-winning Civil Engineering quizzer. He is a product of Bato Central Elementary School and Bato Rural Development High School. Ninth placer John Aldren earned a rating 94.25%. He is from Moonwalk, Virac and gradu- ated as Cum Laude. He finished his elementary education at Virac Pilot Elementary School and his secondary education at CSC Laboratory High School. Aldren is also a consistent honor student and mathematics quiz contestant. He is the son of Ildefonso M. Molina and Rosa B. Cañeta. Aldren said the teachings as well as the difficult quizzes and long exams of their engineering professors during their academic years immensely helped them in developing their foundation in mathematics and further honed their analytical skills. Like John Michael, Yuri, Aldren, and the rest of the CSU CE passers share the same equation of diligence and faith in God as formula in hurdling the examination. This Nov. 2012’s CE Licensure Examination adopted for the first time the 100 items per sub- ject method which is longer and more grueling than the previous years’ 30 to 36 items per subject. A recognition ceremony awaits these board topnotchers and passers. Coincidentally the Civil Engineering Week at CSU will be observed this first week of December. To date, Catanduanes State University has already produced 24 Civil Engineer Board top- notchers since 1992. Three of them were Top 1. (GSR) Agraduate of Catanduanes State University (CSU) College of Education (CoEd) made history after placing 10th in the September 2012 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) national level. Carlito T. Gelito is the first graduate of CSU College of Education to place in the National LET Top 10. He got a rating of 87.2% He graduated last March 2012 with the degree Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics In previous years, the Professional Regulation Commission also recognized Regional Top 10 placers wherein several graduates of CSU - CoEd were likewise honored as Placers in LET Region V level. “Di ko man pig asahan na maka top 10 , ang pig hagad ko sana makapasa,” Gelito said. He added he was not able to enroll in formal review classes due to financial constraints and thus opted for a self-study in preparation for the licensure exam. He also said that he was even hesitant if he could pass the licensure test because he did not had enough time to solve the last 40 items in major sub- jects. The College of Education mounted a Torch Parade on Thursday, November 29, to honor Carlito’s feat. The CSU Administration is also scheduled to award Carlito a financial incentive and a certificate of commendation in a recognition ceremony for the LET topnotcher and passers. His father also said that Carlito was almost indisposed due to fever during the day of the examination. He was thankful that the licensure exam was conducted in Virac, thus saving many examinees like his son from the grueling travel to mainland Bicol. CSU grad is National LET 10th placer, 8 others are Regional topnotchers
  22. 22. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 23 Carlito was grateful that Virac was desig- nated as LET Testing Center. “Dakula ang tuwang kaito ta nakabawas na ito sa gastuson pati maluyahon talaga ako sa byahe,” he said. Carlito hails from San Juan, San Miguel. He is the third of the eight children of Danilo Gelito Sr., a tricycle driver and Carmen Todoc, a full time homemaker. He finished his elementary education as valedictorian at San Juan Elemen- tary School and his secondary education at Bato Rural Development High School. A consistent Dean’s Lister, Carlito also served as senator of the College of Education Student Organization in SY 2009-2010; became its president in SY 2010-2011 and eventually as Vice-President of the Federated College Student Council. He was awarded as one of the Out- standing Student Leaders of CSC on March 2012 and was also a finalist in the Search for Ten Outstanding Students of Bicol. CSC obtained an overall passing per- centage of 76.21% for LET elementary level and 44.91% for LET secondary level. These are both higher than the 49.29% (Elem.) and 43.30 (Sec.) national passing percentages. Meanwhile nine CSU students were likewise honored by the Professional Regulation Com- mission for being among the highest Top 10 placers in the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) in Region V. Carlito T. Gelito leads the regional placers from CSU honored by Professional Regulation Commission Regional Office Chief, Dr. Elenita Tan. The regional placers were given citations by the PRC on December 22, 2012 at the Ibalong Centrum for Recreation in Legazpi City. The LET Regional Placers from CSU are Carlito T. Gelito, 3rd placer (and 10 placer in Na- tional level); Joan S. Guerrero, 4th placer (85.80%); Jinky Lou T. Sarmiento, 4th placer (85.80%); Ronald A. Teves, 4th placer (85.80%); Ian Lopez, 5th placer (85.60%); Eddie Cadag, 6th placer (85.40%); Donna Nerisse Sapico, 6th placer (85.40%) ; Aizel Finch Cerillo, 7th placer (85.20%); Melvin Fernandez, 8th placer (85%) and Daniel L. Alfaro, 9th placer (84.80%). PRC, through its Board for Professional Teachers, also honors Top 10 placers in LET Re- gional levels aside from the Top 10 National LET Placers. The awarding was the highlight of the Oath Taking Ceremony of the LET placers and passers in the Bicol Region. Dr. Mila D. Vela, dean of the College of Education, led the CSU delegation in the conferment of the LET Regional Award. GSR/CMP/CSU) TOP 10 – Carlito T. Gelito writes history as the first National LET examination placer from Catanduanes State University. (CSU PR & Information)
  23. 23. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 24 In support to the attainment of quality education, the CSU administration dynamically pushes for the accreditation of its academic programs. Efforts are continuously being exerted to sustain the progress of accreditation endeavors by all academic programs. The table below shows the progress of accreditation of CSC’s academic programs, of which eight (8) have qualified for Level III status, three (3) for Level II-Reaccredited status, two(2) for Level 1 status and twelve (12) passed the Preliminary Survey. Accreditation visits in 2012 and in the preceding year for programs whose effectivity al- ready lapsed were however stalled for several occasions due to inclement weather in the island of Catanduanes. Programs Level Effectivity Accrediting Body 1. Master of Arts in Education Level III (evaluated for Level III- reaccredited status) Dec. 16, 2009 to Dec. 15, 2010 Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities of the Philippines, Inc. (AACCUP) 2. Master in Public Administration 3. AB Economics 4. AB Political Science 5. Bachelor of Elementary Education 6. Bachelor of Secondary Education 7. BS in Industrial Technology 8. BS in Nursing 9. BS in Nutrition and Dietetics Level II (Reaccredited) Dec. 1, 2008 to Nov. 30, 2010 10. BS in Accountancy 11. BS in Business Administration 12. BS in Biology Level I Accredited13. BS in Mathematics 14. Doctor of Education Passed Preliminary Survey 15. Master in Business Administration 16. Master of Arts in Teaching—Biology 17. Master of Arts in Educ.—Mathematics 18. Master of Arts in English 19. AB Public Administration 20. BS in Agriculture 21. BS in Civil Engineering 22. BS in Entrepreneurship 23. BS in Information Management 24. BS in Information Systems 25. BS in Office Administration IV. Accreditation Table 1.4 - Accredited Programs
  24. 24. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 25 Another achievement by the Catanduanes State Colleges (CSU) raised the bar of its academic excellence when the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) designated its Teacher Education Program as one of Centers of Development in the Philippines. A Center of Development (COD) is awarded to a program in a higher education institution which demonstrates the potential to become a Center of Excellence in the future. On the other hand, a Center of Excellence (COE) is awarded to a program in a higher education institution, which continuously demonstrates excellent performance in the areas of instruction, research and publication, extension and linkages, institutional qualifications and provides excellent quality pre- service teacher education program to meet the needs of progressive teachers for elementary, secondary and special education programs in the Philippines. The CSU as Center of Development, shall enjoy grants and benefits, priority in the selection of CHED institutional partners about CHED developmental projects and is entitled to other non-monetary subsidies and awards such as faculty scholarships for graduate studies and priority for CHED research grants. The CSU will also be prioritized in availing financial assistance and linkages through consortia and collaborations with academe. As Center of Development, the CSU CoEd is directed to accelerate the development of the Teacher Education programs through strategic development agenda and projects; develop quality instructional programs through faculty development and upgrade facilities and library holdings. It must also undertake basic and applied research on emerging trends and developments in the field of Teacher Education; carry out extension and linkages through consortia and collaborations with academe and establish linkages with Centers of Excellence in Teacher Education to further improve instructional and research capabilities. The award as Center of Development for Teacher Education shall be for a period of three (3) years which shall take effect from the date it has formally awarded by the CHED. CSU must also maintain and improve further its evaluated status to retain the academic distinction. # V. Center of Development College of Education fetes Carlito Gelito, Sept. 2011 LET 10th Placer, and his parents. The CSU President, the VPAA, and the CoEd Dean lead the honoring. Dr. Morales awards the A Teacher’s Partylist scholarship grant to a differently abled Educa- tion student.
  25. 25. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 26 VI. Curricular Enhancement Six newly approved programs were approved during the period in review. These are: 1. Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management 2. Master of Arts in Educational Management 3. Master of Arts in Filipino Education 4. Master of Arts in Mathematics Education 5. Bachelor of Science in Accounting Technology 6. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering These programs underwent curricular review, Board approval and compliance require- ments from CHED. They will be offered starting SY 20213-2014. Travel allowance of students increased to P500 After almost 11 years, the daily travel allowance of Catan- duanes State Colleges students who are attending seminars, training, competitions and other co- curricular activities on official busi- ness, was finally increased. The CSC Board of Trus- tees approved Resolution No. 15, series of 2012 which increases the rate of travel allowance of students from P200 to P500 effective April 1, 2012. The Resolution was ap- proved during the 153rd Meeting of the CSC Board of Trustees on March 27, 2012. It was sponsored by Student Trustee Glenda B. Rima. This development was dis- seminated by CSC President Mi- nerva I. Morales through unnum- bered Memorandum dated April 16, 2012. Thus, students who are official travel attending seminars, conference, competitions and the like, will be able to enjoy the said allowance increase, subject to usual ac- counting and auditing rules and regulations. The last time that the daily travel allowance of students was increased was in 2001, which was from P50 to P200. (GSR) BETTER OFF – From scrimping with P200 per diem allowance inclusive of meals and lodging expenses during official travels, CSC students can now loosen their belts with the approval of the CSC Board of Trustees of the new P500 daily travel allowance rate. (File photo of homebound CSC students on their way to Legazpi-Tabaco terminal after attending and winning in a regional competition.) Sidebar Story
  26. 26. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 27 VII. Student Development The provision of holistic student support services is spearheaded by the Office of the Di- rector of Student Services (OSS). It initiates and coordinates specific programs and activities by: Providing opportunities for the students’ active involvement in the life and activities of the school community and of the nation. Promoting values necessary for the school and community which leads to an acceptance of and positive response to the school objectives. Providing supportive yet challenging environment that encourages the students’ holis- tic development. Establishing an atmosphere of healthy social interaction between and among students, faculty, and administrative staff. Fostering an environment complementary to the academic training of students with different growth activities focusing on improving leadership self-management, and de- velopment skills. Scholarship Program Sponsor No. of Beneficiaries SY 2011 – 2012 2nd Sem SY 2012 –2013 1st Sem SY 2012-2013 2nd Sem Ako Bicol (AKB) Partylist Scholarship Program 70 70 70 Agriculture Competitiveness Enhancement Fund (ACEF) Scholarship Fund 3 5) 5 Vice President Jejomar C. Binay Grant-In-Aid Program 9 end of implementation Bayan Muna Scholarship Fund 6 9 8 Citizen Battle Against Corruption (CIBAC) Partylist Scholarship Program 20 20 20 CHED Special Study Grant Program for Congressional Districts 36 47 56 Cesar Program (College Education Scholarship Assistance & Reward Program 1,628 1,927 1,799 College Unified Assistance Scholarship Program 1,042 1,217 1,212 Department of Agrarian Reform (DAR’s) Programang Agraryo Iskolar - 4 - Dept. of Science & Technology - Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) 8 9 9 Full Merit Scholarship Program on Gender Disparity for Gender and Development 4 4 4 Gabriela Women’s Partylist Scholarship Fund 5 10 7 Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) Scholarship Program 2 1 3 Municipal Scholarship Grant 184 131 124 One Two, One Scholar (OTOS) Scholarship 20 20 20 President Diosdado Macapagal-Agrarian Scholarship Program 3 3 3 Scholarship - Full Merit (SF) 4 14 14 Scholarship - Half Merit (SH) 3 1 1 Senator Aquilino L. Pimentel III Scholarship Program Not yet implemented 50 50 TOTAL 3,038 3,547 2,309 Table 1.5 - Government-sponsored Scholars A. Scholarship
  27. 27. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 28 Scholarship Program Sponsor No. of Beneficiaries SY 2011 – 2012 2nd Sem SY 2012 –2013 1st Sem SY 2012-2013 2nd Sem Agricultural and Rural Development for Catan- duanes, Inc. (ARDCI) 41 41 41 Bicol National Association of America (BNAA) 3 3 3 CAUSA Scholarship Grant 11 11 Marino Tomagan Scholarship Program 1 1 1 Rural Bank of Camalig 7 9 9 United 12 Scholarship Grant 1 2 2 Vision Bank 26 26 Total 53 53 93 Table 1.6 - No. of Private-sponsored Scholars Scholarship Program No. of Beneficiaries SY 2011 – 2012, 2nd Sem SY 2012 – 2013, 1st Sem SY 2012-2013, 2nd Sem Athletic – Full Scholars 24 24 14 Athletic – Half Scholars 45 45 58 Barangay Scholar 104 115 115 Hablon Dawani - Full Scholars 23 23 21 Legal Dependents of CSC 1 1 8 ROTC Corps Commander—Full Scholar 1 1 1 Valedictorian - 5 - Salutatorian - 3 - Siblings - 5 5 Dean’s Listers 18 15 4 Tertiary Publication Editor—Full Scholars 1 1 1 Total 217 238 227 Table 1.7 - No. of College/University/Institutional Scholars
  28. 28. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 29 B. Medical and Dental Services Overall, the health services personnel served Nine Thousand One Hundred Seventy Four (9,174) clients through treatment of medical/dental ailments, physical examination, first aid treatment and blood pressure monitoring. The top three common medical ailments are as fol- lows : A. ELEMENTARY LEVEL : 1.) Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) manifested by cough, colds & fever - 45.34 % 2.) Vascular Headache - 14.90% 3.) Acute Febrile Illness manifesting as fever and body pains - 45.34% B. SECONDARY LEVEL: 1. Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) - 28.79 % 2. Vascular Headache - 12.12 % 3. Acute Febrile Illness - 10.69% and Contact Dermatitis - 10.61% C. TERTIARY LEVEL: 1. Acute Respiratory Infection - 27.76 % 2. Hypersensitivity Reaction - 7.70 % 3. Contact Dermatitis - 7.70%. Among employees, Teaching & Non-teaching, the top three medical ailments were 1. Hypersensitivity Reaction - 22.37%, 2. Acute Respiratory Infection - 19.74 % 3. Conjunctivitis - 11.40 % Based on the records, Sixty Seven (67) , out of Two Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Seven (2,257) who underwent blood pressure monitoring, had Bp of 140/90mmHg and above, thus healthy lifestyle was advocated and appropriate medications were prescribed. The top three Dental ailments are as follows: 1. Acute Irreversible Pulpitis 2. Gingivitis 3. Chronic Irreversible Pulpitis The Health information updates of the Department of health were posted monthly at the Medical and Dental Health Information Board. The Medical Team, represented by One (1) Medical Officer and Two (2) Nurses as Delega- tion Health Personnel, participated in the regional SCUAA Meet at the Partido State University, Goa , Camarines Sur . The team extended health assistance such as first aid treatment and health assessment of athletes and delegation officials. The Health Services Unit conducted Three (3) separate spot inspections on all CSU can- teens and ladies dormitory and provided recommendations on how to maintain its premises and proper food handling technique. HEALTH CHECK—At the helm of employees and students’ well-being, the University Medical and Dental Services.
  29. 29. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 30 C. Guidance, Counseling, and Testing Services Testing Service Disseminated schedule of CSC College Entrance Examination for SY 2012 – 2013 to 46 secondary schools in the province and some secondary schools in nearby provinces, and the CSU academic and administrative offices Aired over the radio programs the different courses offered at Catanduanes State Colleges and disseminated the CSC College Entrance Examination SY 2012-2013 Conducted College Entrance Examination to Three Thousand Thirty two (3,032) examinees for incoming freshmen, shifting course and transferees and checked Fifteen Thousand One Hundred Sixty (15,160) answer. Conducted Internship Examination to sixty six (66) incoming third year Bachelor of Science in Nursing students . Conducted Qualifying Examination for Ninety five (95) Municipal Scholarship Grantees, and submitter Submitted results of the Qualifying Examination to seven (7) student applicants for Rural Bank of Camalig (RBC) Scholarship Grantees Conducted Qualifying Examination for One Hundred Forty (140) DVSAFI Scholar- ship Grantees Counseling Service Rendered counseling service to potential counselees identified as well as students referred to the guidance office and to those who report to the office because of true desire to find help Assisted students in choosing courses which are compatible with their interests, aptitude and abilities Career and Placement Service Assisted students in choosing co-curricular and extracurricular activities in accor- dance with their needs, abilities and interest and advised incoming freshmen, transferees and shiftees regarding the course they are going to take in accordance to their interests and other matters to be considered Research and Evaluation Service Gathered personal information and other pertinent data from all freshmen stu- dents for future use, as well as data on student dormitory residents, and informa- tion needed in assessing counseling needs of students D. Continuing Education Center (Ladies’ Dormitory) Accommodated one hundred twenty-seven (127) transient boarders Conducted regular inspection of the different rooms and facilities Reminded boarders to adhere to dormitory rules and regulations Reported actual monthly collections/receivables recorded Counseled student boarders with personal and academic problems Facilitated the repair and construction of the following facilities  cabinets of the resident boarders  comfort rooms at the second floor of the dormitory and guest rooms  sink at the second floor of the dormitory  twenty (20) pieces frame for the mattresses of the resident boarders
  30. 30. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 31 VIII. Co-Curricular Activities — Trainings, Seminars, Competitions, Conventions attended by students in regional and national levels TITLE OF SEMINAR/ TRAINING PARTICIPANTS SPONSORING AGENCY LEVEL 12th Region V Tertiary School Conference, January 12-14, 2012, San Bernardino, Calabanga, Camarines Sur Jonathan V. Tulod , Dave S. Tolentino, Marian Claire V. Tulod, Cyril Patrice O. Bernardino, Bren Garette Z. Rivera, Joebert Angelo C. Toledo, John Ely B. Templonuevo, Christine May P. Pitajen, Jerard Paul V. Tulod Bicol Association of Tertiary Schools Publication Advisers and Commission on Higher Education Commission (CHED) Regional 11th Luzonwide Higher Education Press Conference, February 8 – 10, 2012, Crown Royale Hotel, Balanga, Bataan Dave S. Tolentino, Bren Garette Z. Rivera, Cyril Patrice O. Bernardino, John Ely B. Templonuevo, Christine May Petajen, Jerard Paul V. Tulod Association of Luzon Tertiary Publication Advisers and Commission on Higher Education Commission (CHED) Luzonwide 12th PNSA Regional Congress February 17-18, 2012, University of Saint Anthony, Iriga City Ryan Aster T. Rodriguez, Mary Ann Cabrera, Jaenoll Palmes, Zyra Mae Santos, Donelie Kay Asansa Philippine Nursing Students Association (PNSA) – Bicol Regional Council Regional Luzon-based Search for PA Binibining Laang Kawal/Miss ROTC Centennial, March 2, 2012 Headquarters Army Reserve Command, Camp Riego de Dios, Tanza, Cavite Cadette Ledebbie S. Salvador 5th Regional Community Defense Group, ARESCOM National Philippine Army ROTC Corps Commanders’ Convention March 2, 2012, Headquarters Army Reserve Command, Camp Riego de Dios, Tanza, Cavite Anne Celene T. Tumala 2CL 5th Regional Community Defense Group, ARESCOM National Consultation/Workshop on Federation of Faculty, Student and Alumni Associations of SUCs in compliance with the provisions of RA 8292 and CHED Memorandum No. 03, 2011 April 13-15, 2012, NEDA Region V, Arimbay, Legaspi City Eric P. Amarille Homer M. Surban II Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges Bicol region (PASUC V) Regional Table 1.8 - Trainings, Seminars/Conventions, Competitions attended by students
  31. 31. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 32 Sidebar Story CSC contender wins search for Outstanding Students of Bicol Jonathan V. Tulod, a fifth year Civil Engineering student of CSC was awarded as one of the Ten Outstanding Students of Bicol (TOSB) for School Year 2011-212 by Ako Bicol Partylist (AKB), Philippine Association of College Student Advis- ers (PACSA) and Commission on Higher Educa- tion (CHED) Regional Office V. He and 9 other TOSB winners received a trophy and P20,000 cash prize during the award- ing ceremonies at the University of Saint Anthony in Iriga City on March 9, 2012. Jonathan, who is the editor in chief of the The Statesman, the official tertiary student publica- tion of CSC, is set to earn his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering degree as Cum Laude. He is also the Campus Chapter President of Youth for Christ (YFC), the youth arm of Couples for Christ, a Catholic Charismatic lay movement offi- cially recognized by the Vatican and spread to already 68 provinces in the Philippines and over 60 countries worldwide. He also served as one of the Legislators of the CSC Federated College Stu- dent Council. In his acceptance speech, he shared what went through during the interview portion of the search. He told the audience he was caught off guard when asked what leadership principle he clings to. “But then, I just answered what per- haps my heart tells me and what the Holy Spirit dictates me to declare. So I said, I do not have a memorized John Maxwell leadership dictum, but I have always believed that leadership is synony- mous to discipleship; it is just like what Jesus Christ did—he came to serve and not to be served, and so he is considered the most influen- tial leader of all time, and that is the best leader- ship principle I would always hold on to,” he said. He likewise acknowledged his Chief Editorship of the CSC Statesman which instilled in him the sense of social responsibility and expressed his gratitude most especially to his parents, as well as to his mentors and his YFC family for their integral part in molding and honing his personality. Over 40 students in the region joined the annual search. The 10 awardees were selected from the 20 finalists. Last year, CSU’s contender, John Elmar B. Templonuevo, BSED and editor in chief of CSC Statesman also won the search. Two other students from CSC who were among the 20 finalists (Carlito Gelito and Francis Timbal both from College of Education) received certifi- cates of appreciation and P2,000 incentive. (GSR) TOP HONOREES – Jonathan V. Tulod of Catanduanes State Colleges (extreme left), along with other Ten Outstanding Stu- dents of Bicol (TOSB) winners from various universities and colleges in the region.
  32. 32. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 33 TITLE OF SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP/TRAINING PARTICIPANTS SPONSORING AGENCY LEVEL Seminar-Workshop in titled: “U- Turn” (Bikol Youth Conference on Volunteerism and Transformation Leadership), July 20-21, 2012, People’s Hall, Ground Floor, Albay Capitol, Legaspi City Eric P. Amarille, David B. Sarmiento, Ronie B. Del Barrio, Alban T. Ignacio, Melanie de Quiroz, John Ely B. Templonuevo Children and Youth Wellness Technical and Advocacy Center (CYWTAC), Inc. Regional Regional General Assembly of the National Federation of the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants-Region V Council (NFJPIA-RVC), July 28-29, 2012 Mark Alfred T. Santillan, Abegail T. Tuazon, Johanna Carla S. De Loyola, Krizza T. Arcilla, Gisella A. Tabios National Federation of the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountant-Region V Council (NFJPIA-RVC) Regional 2012 Bicol Regional PICE Student Summit, September 27- 28, 2012, CNSC Social Hall, CNSC Campus, Daet, Camarines Norte Marvin T. de Leon, Ralph Jesus B. Turbolencia, Clark Richard R. Uchi, Nixon T. Bonifacio, Rianelyn Molina CNSC Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers Student Chapter Regional 5th Annual Conference of Criminology and Political Science Students of the Philippines, September 30, 2012 Dianalyn T. Alfante, Marilyn T. Angeles, Mary Ruth T. Dee, Pamela Jane R. Idanan, Amado S. Joven, Honorio T. Matienzo Jr., Mark Janrey T. Ogena, Kevin D. Onan, Cristine S. Pagal, Julie Ann Sambaan, Jerico R. Tating, Shelyn B. Ubalde, Hanzel Franz T. Bernal, She Ann M. Teves Communicators Guild Consultancy Company National 15th NFJPIA National Mid-Year Convention, October 23-26, 2012 D’Leonor Hotel: Inland Resort and Wave pool, Davao City Arjay C. Tapas National Federation of the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants-Region V Council (NFJPIA-RVC) National 21st Philippine Statistics Quiz (PSQ) Regional Championship November 20, 2012 Legaspi City Alvin B. Llabore, Jamille Kaye T. Dayawon National Statistics Office Regional 31st National Civil Engineering Students’ Quiz and Quiz Convention and the 38th National Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE), December 22- 24, 2012, Cebu International Convention Center, Cebu City. Roilan C. Magdaraog Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) National Cont… Table 1.8 - Trainings, Seminars/Conventions, Competitions attended by students
  33. 33. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 34 TITLE OF SEMINAR/ WORKSHOP/TRAINING PARTICIPANTS SPONSORING AGENCY LEVEL 9th National Convention for Office Administration Student November 29-30, 2012 National Teacher’s College, Quiapo, Manila Divina Solo, Joey T. Torcuator, Mae Jean Tarrago, Joey T. Romero, Jellie T. Panti, Michelle Villamor Association of Office Administration National 2nd Year Annual Youth Formation Workshop and Youth Formation Workshop and Youth Hours 2012 December 1, 2012 Naga College Foundation Auditorium, Naga City Dave S. Tolentino, Ralph Turbolencia, Ma. Abigael T. Chavez, Christine Petajen, Ely Templonuevo, Rafael O. Ogena Jr. Outstanding Students of the Philippines-Bicol (TOSP-Bicol) and RFM Foundation and PLDT. Regional Regional Finals Essay Writing Competition on the “Living Legacy of the late DILG Secretary Jesse M. Robredo December 8, 2012. SM Naga City Activity Center, Naga City John Ely B. Templonuevo Bicol Harvest Magazine, in cooperation with the Kaya Natin Movement and the ABS CBN Regional 37th YMCA National Congress of College Students Seminar Workshop December 5-9, 2012 Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City Eric P. Amarille, David Sarmiento, Alban Ignacio, Ronnie Del Barrio, Phoebe Gonzales, Adrian D. Delos Reyes, Crisanta Benitez Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) National 13th Regional V Tertiary School Press Conference December 7-9, 2012 Oriental Hotel, Legaspi City Dave S. Tolentino, Bren Garette Z. Rivera, Abygale A. Bagadiong, Christine May Petajen, Jerard Paul V. Tulod, Jordan T. Ignacio, Marian Claire V. Tulod, Paul John C. Padilla, Kathleen M. Arcilla, Karen Ailene P. Benavidez Bicol Association of Tertiary Schools Publication Advisers and Commission on Higher Education CHED Regional PASUC Socio Cultural Festival December 12-14, 2012 Technological University of the Philippines and Rizal Technological University Dave Tolentino, John Ely Templonuevo, Pauline Jaricotte Balmaceda, Mark Joyce Tapel National PASUC National 50th National Rizal Youth Leadership Institute Conference December 13-16, 2012 Teacher’s Camp. Baguio City. Micah Ruth Tabirara, Mylord Panti, Reymart T. Estrella, Nilo Brequillo Knights of Rizal (KoR) National Cont… Table 1.8 - Trainings, Seminars/Conventions, Competitions attended by students
  34. 34. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 35 Student journalists win 12 awards in Luzon press confab CSC Statesman, the official tertiary student publication of the Catanduanes State Col- leges brought home 12 major awards in the 11th Luzonwide Higher Education Press Congress on February 8-10, 2012 in Balanga, Bataan. Close to 800 student writers, who are all top five winners from Regions in Luzon and Region 7 (Cebu), competed for the Top 10 awards in the Luzonwide edition of individual writing and group competitions. Dave S. Tolentino bagged the Highest Individ- ual Pointer award, 3rd place in editorial writing, 4th place, and 4th place, poetry writing; Jerard Paul V. Tulod, 7th place, photojournalism and Christine Mae P. Pitajen, 7th place, development communi- cation article writing. In the group competition, the CSC Statesman news magazine was proclaimed seventh best news page, fourth best sports page, fifth best literary page, ninth best development communications page and 10th best page design. The group contest featured the best published outputs of the current editorial board and staff of university and college student publications. More than a hundred publications from over 133 gov- ernment and private universities and colleges in Luzon vied for the annual scholastic journalism competition. Apart from Tolentino, CSC has already pro- duced two highest individual pointers in this col- legiate press meet – Mark Anthony Viñas in 2005, John Elmar V. Templonuevo in 2010. CSC so far has produced the most number of top individual pointers among Region V higher education insti- tutions. (GSR) Sidebar Stories Entrep major bags bronze in National SCUAA Olympics NATIONAL FINISH - Jezreel Evangelista delos Santos, a 1st Year BS in Entrepreneurship stu- dent of the Catanduanes State Colleges, stamped his class in the 800 meter run, en route to the bronze medal finish in the State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) Na- tional Olympics on Feb. 19-25, 2012 at Iloilo Sports Complex, Iloilo City. The 17-year old native of Napo, Pandan is a veteran track and field player since his high school days at Pandan School of Arts and Trades. Jezreel also holds the 4th Runner Up trophy for Region V. The Bicol SCUAA delegation bagged 7 Gold, 6 Silver and 11 Bronze medals to finish fifth among 16 competing regions in the country. (GSR) PRESS TILT WINNERS – Jerard Paul V. Tulod, Christine May P. Pitajen, Cyril Patrice O. Bernardino, John Ely B. Templonuevo, Bren Garette Z. Rivera, Jonathan V. Tulod (receiving the Best Magazine Award for the CSC Statesman SY 2011-2012 issue), and Dave S. Tolentino.
  35. 35. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 36 CSC tops Region V PATLEPAM song writing, photo contests Sidebar Stories TOP PERFORMERS – CSC’s Joseph Broz Tito (drum), Arjay U. Panti (violin), Mark Joyces M. Tapel (vocals and guitar), and Jose Z. Tria (keyboard) perform the winning entry ‘Luntiang Pangarap while Bren Garette Z. Rivera (right) showcase his top 2 and 3 winning photo- graphs. Catanduanes State Colleges bagged the top prize in song writing competition and sec- ond and third prizes in the photography contest during the Region V Philippine Association of Tertiary Level Education Institutions in Environ- mental Protection and Management (PATLEPAM) Conference on July 25-27, 2012 at Aquinas University in Legazpi City. CSC’s winning entry in the song competi- tion titled ‘Luntiang Pangarap’ was a collaborative work of BSEd - MAPE majors Arjay U. Panti, Jose Z. Tria, Joseph Broz T. Tito, Mark Joyces M. Tapel, and Prof. Cresencia G. Arcilla, who also served as the trainer. The group’s clean-cut rendition of the win- ning song during the performance competition impressed the board of judges. Bren Garette Z. Rivera, a third year BSEd English major and layout and graphics editor of The CSC Statesman, bagged two awards in the photography contest—second and third places— for his entry titled Local Adaptation, Global Solution - Lone Fisher and Receding Shores. His photo entries essay the bucolic scene in the coastal towns of Virac and Bagamanoc and portray the intrinsic adaptation of the locals to the changing climatic conditions. The song and photo composition capped the three-day PATLEPAM Conference with the theme “Innovations for Environmental Protec- tion and Disaster Risk Management." (GSR) Two Civil Engineering (CE) students of Ca- tanduanes State Colleges (CSC) bagged top places in the PaCEKatan 2012 Civil Engineering Quiz held on September 7, 2012 at Holy Angels University, Angeles City, Pampanga. In the annual CE Quiz sponsored by Be- savilla Review Center, Roilan C. Magdaraog, bagged the 3rd place while Daryll Joseph O. Barba placed 8th. The Luzon-wide CE quiz competition was joined by more than 150 CE students from Luzon and National Capital Region. Magdaraog and Barba were coached by Engr. Michael M. Traballo. CSC is a consistent placer in the PaCEka- tan quiz. (GSR) Roilan Magdaraog and Daryll Joseph O. Barba CSC students bag top awards in Luzonwide engineering quiz
  36. 36. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 37 Accountancy student 1st RU in Bicol SGV Cup Campus writers dominate Bicol Press Meet Catanduanes State University (CSU) tertiary stu- dent journalists, including their campus publica- tions bagged 27 individual and group awards in the 13th Region V Tertiary Schools Press Conference on December 7-9, 2012 in Legazpi City and were quali- fied to the Luzon-wide edition of the competition on February 10-12, 2013. Senior editors from The CSU Statesman, the official tertiary student publication of Catanduanes State University, who garnered top awards were Aby- gale A. Bagadiong, 1st Place, News writing English; Marian Claire V. Tulod, 1st Place, Opinion Writing Filipino; Dave S. Tolentino, 3rd Place, Editorial Writ- ing, Filipino; Paul John Padilla, 3rd Place, Sports Writ- ing English; Karen Ailene Benavidez, 3rd Place, Opin- ion Writing English; Dave S. Tolentino, 3rd Place, Fea- ture Writing Filipino; Jerard Paul V. Tulod, 4th Place, Sports Writing Filipino; Dave S. Tolentino, 4th Place, Poetry Writing Filipino. In the group competition, the SY 2012-2013 second semester issue of The CSU Statesman was de- clared Overall Best Publication, Newsletter Category, as well as 1st Place in News Page, 1st Place in Page De- sign, 1st Place in DevCom Page and 1st Place in Opin- ion Page. Moreover The CSU Statesman Intramurals Issue was declared 1st Place in Sports Page, 2nd Place in Page Design, 2nd Place, Features/Literary Page, 3rd Place in DevCom Page, and 4th Place in Editorial/ Opinion Page for tabloid category. Now on its sixth year of grand slam winning, Abacatanduanes: Ikaanim na Paghahabi, the CSU States- man Literary Folio was adjudged Overall Best Publica- tion, Literary Folio Category, including 1st Place in Literary Content, 1st Place in Overall Concept, 1st Place in Cover Design, and 2nd Place in Graphics Il- Arjay C. Tayas (in photo), a fifth year BS Accountancy student of the Catan- duanes State Univer- sity was declared First Runner-Up in the SGV Cup Level Up Regional quiz compe- tition. The event highlighted the National Federa- tion of the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (NFJPIA) Re- gional Mid-year Convention held in Legazpi City on September 28-30, 2012. An oral elimination round was made to deter- mine the top 10 qualifiers for the final round of the competition. Due to a tie, a clincher round for the 10th place was held where Tayas managed to win. During the final round, easy, average, and diffi- cult questions were given per area, randomly ar- ranged on the screen with corresponding points de- pending on the level of difficulty. Contestants raced to form a pattern based on their answers to get the championship. Tayas was coached by CBA Accountancy Instructor Eliseo M. Somido. They also represented the Bicol Region in the National SGV and Co. Cup Level Up during the 15th NFJPIA National Mid-year Convention held on October 23-26, 2012 at D’Leonor Hotel - Inland Resort and Wavepool, in Davao City. (AAB/GSR) lustration. The editors of Heringgilya, the official stu- dent publication of College of Health Sciences like- wise scored five major awards—1st Place, Poetry Writing English, Angelica Z. Terrazola; 5th Place, News Writing English - Kyle Rochelle B. Teves; 5th Place, Devcom Writing Filipino - Chille Marlyn T. Vargas, and 5th Place, Editorial Writing English - Chille Marlyn T. Vargas. More than 200 student writers from some 30 government and private, HEIs in the region partici- pated in the competition annually conducted by the Bicol Association of Tertiary Publication Advisers and CHEDRO V. (GSR)
  37. 37. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 38 Activity Organizer Date Echo-Seminar Workshop on the First Bicol Youth Hours Office of Student Services Feb. 1, 2012 Cultural Presentation - “Pagkamoot” Hablon Dawani Feb. 13, 2012 COT-DIT Week Celebration COT-DIT/SBO Feb. 15-18, 2012 First Bicol Regional Symposium on E-Health CHS—Health Informatics Class Feb. 15, 2012 Symposium— PASOA @ 8: Leveling Up College of Business & Accountancy Feb. 16, 2012 BIOFORUM: Harnessing Bio–Research for Food and Environmental Security. CAS Biological Science Society February 16, 2012 Trainers’ Training on Interactive Multipurpose Electronics COT—Dep’t of Technology Feb. 20-22, 2012 Symposium - “Path Session: The Way to Get away from Drug” Bread Society Feb. 22, 2012 Labor Education Seminar for the 4th Year Graduating Students Alumni and Placement Services Feb. 27, 2012 Provincial Inter-High School Rizal & History Quiz Contest Kabataang Pangarap ni Rizal (KAPARIZ) Feb. 28, 2012 Slogan Contest: “Ngiting Matamis Ngiting Malinis” Medical and Dental Clinic Feb. 28, 2012 Career Guidance Symposium: “Journey to Self Fulfillment” Guidance and Testing Services Feb. 29, 2012 Recognition Ceremony for CSC Student Achievers Student Services Mar. 5, 2012 Symposium on Personal—Spiritual Development: Theological Replication Third Year BSN Mar. 7, 2012 Grand Socialization with Psychiatric Client Third Year BSN Mar. 12, 2012 Webinar: Nursing in Canada: Bridging Gaps, Bridging Opportunities for Better Healthcare Nursing Informatics class, Summer 2011- 2012, handled by RN Dante Aureo A. Tabor May 11, 2012 First Education Night College of Education/CESO Mar. 17, 2012 Earthquake and Fire Drill PNRC Catanduanes Chapter & CSC Jul. 17, 2012 CSC Without Borders (CSCWB) Turnover Ceremony – 10 Units Desktop Computers, Equipment, and Peripherals Catanduanes State Colleges, CSCWB, Federated College Student Council & Student Services Aug. 16, 2012 Other co-curricular activities conducted by the institution Apart from sending students to regional and national seminars, trainings, contests, and other academic-related activities, several other co-curricular activities were con- ducted by the institution for the total development of the students. The College of Technology - Department of Industrial Technology successfully spearheaded, in coordination with Hytech Power Inc., the Trainers' Training for Interactive Multipurpose Electronics on Feb. 20- 22, 2012 at CSC Little Theater. Thirty-three teachers and students were trained in the field of Mechatronics and robotics. Table 1.9 - Institutionally-organized co-curricular activities
  38. 38. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 39 Activity Organizer Date Launching of poetry book ‘Abacatanduanes: Ikaanim na Paghahabi’ The Statesman, Official Tertiary Student Publication of CSU Aug. 16, 2012 CSC Intramurals 2012 Catanduanes State Colleges Sept. 5-7, 2012 Pre-Employment Seminar for Graduating Students Alumni and Placement Services, OWWA and POEA Sept 12, 2012 24th Annual International Coastal Cleanup Catanduanes State Colleges Sept. 19, 2012 Living Rosary Ceremony Campus Ministry Oct. 25, 2012 Provincial Consultative Conference Cum Workshop on the Framework of Student Affairs and Services Catanduanes State Colleges/Student Services Nov. 6-7, 2012 Nursing and Midwifery Week College of Health Sciences Nov. 15-16, 2012 Film Showing on Evangelism SACE Nov. 22, 2012 Campaign to End Violence Against Women (VAW) GAD Nov. 25 – Dec. 12, 2012 Tree Planting Activity at Tibang, Virac Campus Ministry Nov. 28, 2012 40th Capping and Candle Lighting Ceremony College of Health Sciences Dec. 6, 2012 Symposium on Violence Against Women (VAW) Catanduanes State University December 3, 2012 Launching of the Multi-Cultural Film Viewing Catanduanes State Colleges December 4, 2012 Civil Engineering (CE) Week COT-Department of Engineering/PICE Dec. 5-7, 2012 Gift Giving and Feeding Program at Barangay Puniton, Virac, Catanduanes College of Business and Accountancy Student Body Organization Dec. 9, 2012 Christmas Tree & Lantern Making Contest Federated College Student Council (FCSC) Dec. 13, 2012 Campus Clean-Up Catanduanes State Colleges Dec. 14, 2012 Earthquake and Fire Drill Living Rosary Crusade by Campus Ministry Book launching of ‘Abakatanduanes
  39. 39. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 40 X. Faculty Profile by Educational Attainment—Main and Panganiban Campus 1 34 68 45 58 Ph.D./Ed.D. With Ph.D./Ed.D. Units Master With Master Units Without Master Units The basic educational attainment requirement or entry level qualification for the position of instructor in higher education is Master’s Degree. In 2012, the teaching staff of Catanduanes State University is mainly composed of instruc- tors/professors with Master’s Unit only at 33 percent. This is followed by Master’s Degree holders at 58 or 28 percent, , and Ph.D./Ed.D. Units at 45 or 22 percent. Seventeen (17) percent of the teaching staff of the University are doctorate degree holders, and one has only Bachelor’s degree educational attainment. Figure 1 - Distribution of faculty by educational attainment
  40. 40. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 41 79 65 45 17 10 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Instructor Assistant Professor Associate Professor Professor College Professor XI. Faculty Profile by Academic Rank —Main and Panganiban Campus In 2012, majority or 38 percent of the Catanduanes State University faculty members hold the Instructor academic rank, followed by Assistant Professor at 32 percent. Meanwhile, 22 percent of the teaching force have Associate Professor rank, while only 17 percent are full professors. One faculty member holds a College Professor rank. Figure 2 - Distribution of faculty academic rank
  41. 41. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 42 XII. Faculty Scholarship To strengthen the faculty profile of the institution, several faculty members were sent on scholarship in private and state universities to finish their master and doctorate degrees in their respective fields of specialization. Name Position Title Degree School Type of Scholarship Period LEONOR S. TUBOLENCIA Instructor I Ph.D. – Educational Management Phil. Normal University Plan C November 2012 – March 2013 SUSAN M. TINDUGAN Instructor II Ph.D. – Filipino Bicol University June 2012 – March 2013 ELEANOR G. OSIDO Instructor I MS – Psychology Centro Escolar University Plan B June 2012 – March 2013 MARY JANE V. BONGAIS Instructor I MA – Physical Education Phil. Normal University June 2012 – March 2013 RAMON S. IDANAN Instructor I MS – Mechanical Engineering Technological University of the Philippines June 2012 – March 2013 RONNIE B. SANTELICES Instructor III MA – Information Technology Technological Institute of the Philippines Plan A CHED Scholar Starting 1st Semester AY 2011 - 2012 MERLE C. ALCANTARA Instructor III MA – Industrial Education Catanduanes State University Plan C 2nd Semester SY 2011 - 2012 JANETTE S. TUGANO Guidance Counselor III MA – Counseling Psychology Ateneo de Naga University 2nd Semester SY 2012 - 2013 JHOMANN U. SOCITO Instructor II MS – Plant Protection Central Bicol State University Plan B AY 2012 - 2013 Scholars with Plan A benefits are those who were able to meet and sustain the competitive scholarship requirements set by CHED. Apart from the benefits provided to them by CHED, they are also entitled to their regular employee benefits. Plan B scholarship is a local grant given to employees to pursue their advanced studies in any government institution recognized by CHED in the Philippines. Aside from retaining their salary and regular employment benefits, Plan B scholars also enjoy free tuition and miscellaneous expenses, one round trip sea and land transportation cost per school year, monthly stipend of P4,000 within the semester, thesis assistance of P2,000 or disser- tation assistance of P25,000, and book allowance of P3,000 per semester. Plan C scholars receive salary and regular employment benefits only. Table 1.10 - Scholarship Grantees, Faculty Members
  42. 42. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 43 RESEARCH TITLE RESEARCHER(S) COLLEGE/ UNIT Learning Needs of Female Commercial Sex Workers on Sexually Transmitted Infections Dr. Alvin C. Ogalesco Dr. Aurora E. Araojo Ms. Emiline Francia P. Abrasaldo CHS CAS Impact Assessment of Cellular Phone Troubleshooting and Repair Skills Training at Barangay Calampong, Virac and Barangay Comagaycay, San Andres Catanduanes Prof. Priscilla P. Gianan COT-DIT Promoting Schemata with ESL Writers: Schema Theory and Writing Connection Prof. Edna R. Inigo Languages Department Effects on Fermentation on the Antimicrobial Property of Abaca (Musa textilis) Sap Dr. Teresita J. Avila Ms. Lalaine J. Avila Ms. Renee Daisy J. Avila Natural Science Department Design and Construction of Wallboard Straight-Edge Device Arch. Jose G. Ong COT-DIT Slope Stability Analysis for Remediation Project along the Catanduanes Circumferential Road Network System Engr. Dexter M. Toyado COT-DE Testing Soil Fertility for Enhancing Production of Rice Cultivars in Catanduanes Prof. Lani A. Ilagan Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo Dr. Myrna A. Santelices Ms. Salvacion B. Murillo CAF Retrofitting of Fire-Damaged RC Columns with CFRP Wraps Engr. Jerilee G. Tadoy. COT-DE Quality and Acceptability of Jar- Fermented Pili Yoghurt at Different Proportions of Soya Milk, Cow’s Milk and Carabao’s Milk Ms. Ma. Monette DR. Tugay COT-DIT Barangay- Based Fortification of Indigenous Food Product Dr. Meda B. Mercado Prof. Estrella T. Tribiana CAS- Natural Science Department Good Agricultural Practices of Selected Abaca Farmers in Catanduanes Dr. Maria S. Tugano Prof. Eleanor B. Tablizo Prof. Ananias A. Deuda Extension Services Unit Local Names of Camote Varieties Grown in Catanduanes Dr. Estrella S. Placides, Dr. Aida A. Dianela Ms. Nena V. Santos Research & Development Services Inventory of Spiders in Sto. Niño, Virac, Catanduanes” “Inventory of Spiders in Sto. Niño, Virac, Catanduanes Dr. Teresita J. Avila Dr. Rene I Avila Ms. Ronna C. Lontoc CAS- Natural Science Department Production and Marketing Channels of Camote (Sweet Potato) in Catanduanes Dr. Estrella S. Placides Ms. Shiela R. Buque Ms. Rosemary P. Gualberto Research & Development Services MFO 2 - Research Research capability outputs were delivered during the year in review along key result areas (KRAs). These are research published in international/national/local jour- nals, disseminated/presented, cited in other studies, including inventions patented/ commercialized. Table 2.1 - List of completed research conducted by faculty and staff
  43. 43. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 44 RESEARCH TITLE RESEARCHER(S) COLLEGE/ UNIT Production and Marketing Channels of Camote (Sweet Potato) in Catanduanes Dr. Estrella S. Placides Ms. Shiela R. Buque Ms. Rosemary P. Gualberto Research & Development Services Wind Power Compact LED Bulb and Cellphone Charger Prof. Edwin T. Romero COT-DIT Abaca Farmers Cultural Management Practices in Catanduanes Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo CAF Tracer Study of Catanduanes State Colleges Panganiban Campus BEED Alumni, SY 2006- 2011 Prof. Pedro F. Tumaque Mr. Rene T. Arispa Mr. Lemuel B. Borromeo Mr. Jaymund M. Floranza CSC-PC Designing a Community-based Marine Hatchery in Catanduanes Following a Modified Tool for Site Evaluation Dr. Minerva I. Morales Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca Dr. Myrna A. Santelices Dr. Aida A. Dianela, Mr. Felix F. Villacorta, Mr. Ricardo V. Arcilla, Jr. CAS CAF RDS Rivers to Plates: Participatory Approach in Site Selection, Design, Fabrication and Trial Using Cages for Enhancing Inland Aquaculture in Catanduanes Dr. Minerva I. Morales Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca Dr. Myrna A. Santelices Prof. Estrella T. Tribiana Dr. Manuel Torio Mr. Vincent Padilla, Mr. Ricardo V. Arcilla, Mr. Marlon M. Tubato, Mr. Edmund U. Salvador, Mr. Christian V. Villacorta CAS CAF CSCPC Stakeholder Management, Identification of Inputs and Engagements in Community Protected Marine Spaces in Catanduanes Dr. Minerva I. Morales Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre Dr. Aida A. Dianela Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca Prof. Sonia R. Vargas, Prof. Ma. Luz A. Floralde, Prof. Estrella T. Tribiana Prof. Delia S. Sorra. GS CAS CAF Reducing Mortality in Growing Mud Crabs with Tilapia in Nylon Net Pens with Bamboo Pipes for Shelter Dr. Minerva I. Morales Prof. Pedro Tumaque Dr. Jimmy Masagca Dr. Myrna Santelices, Prof. Estrella Tribiana, Prof. Linda Talan, Prof. Angelica Mendoza, Mr. Ricardo Arcilla Jr. CAS CAF CSCPC Diversifying Livelihood with Integrated Rice- Fish Farming: An Option for Smallholder Rice Farmers of Catanduanes Dr. Minerva Morales Prof. Pedro Tumaque Dr. Myrna Santelices Dr. Teresita Avila Prof. Estrella Tribiana Prof. Eduardo Pena, Dr. Jimmy Masagca, Prof. Noemi Tumaque, Dr. Sonia A. Torio, Prof. Ma. Luz Floralde, Prof. Jennifer A. Berces CAS CAF CSCPC Cont… Table 2.1 - List of completed research conducted by faculty and staff
  44. 44. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 45 RESEARCH TITLE RESEARCHER(S) COLLEGE/ UNIT Women in the Postharvest Initiative of Catanduanes State Colleges in Fortifying Tilapia, Packaging and Marketing Prof. Delia Sorra, Prof. Ma. Luz Floralde, Dr. Meda Mercado Prof. Imelda Bernal, Ms. Monette Tugay, Prof. Judith Orsolino Prof. Danilo Murillo, Prof. Rey Soneja, Dr. Jimmy Masagca CAS CAF COT COED Gender, Fisheries and Aquaculture in Rivers and Coastal Areas of Catanduanes: Analysis of Livelihoods, Capabilities and Shocks Dr. Minerva Morales, Dr. Aurora Araojo, Dr. Jimmy Masagca, Prof. Socorro Brillante, Prof. Rey Soneja, Prof. Estrella Tribiana Prof. Victoriano Prolles, Mrs. Perla Tolentino CAS CBA Managing the River Corridors of Northeastern Catanduanes for Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture Development under the Prospects of Climate Change Dr. Minerva Morales, Dr. Jimmy Masagca, Dr. Crispin Oliveros Dr. Ruben Velasco, Prof Estrella Tribiana, Dr. Myrna Santelices Prof. Ma. Luz Floralde, Prof. Delia Sorra, Dr. Meda Mercado CAS CAF CSCPC Academic Difficulty determinants of BEED-II and BTTE – II Students, Catanduanes State Colleges- Panganiban Cam- pus, 1st Semester, SY 2012-2013 Mr. Jaymund M. Floranza CSCPC Stakeholders’ Assessment of an Institutions’ Underlying Prin- ciple: The Catanduanes State Colleges’ Graduate School Ex- perience Dr. Lily P. Custodio Grad. School Functional Management Competencies of Women Managers and Entrepreneurs Dr. Lily P. Custodio Grad. School Tracer study of Catanduanes State University College of Business & Accountancy (CBA) Graduates from 2002-2008 Dr. Lily P. Custodio Prof. Melinda V. Abichuela Grad. School CBA Cont… Table 2.1 - List of completed research conducted by faculty and staff
  45. 45. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 46 RESEARCH TITLE RESEARCHER(S) COLLEGE/ UNIT Government Support for Pro-poor Programs in the Province of Catanduanes Dr. Minerva I. Morales Dr. Aurora E. Araojo Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes Mrs. Nena V. Santos Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca Grad. School CAS CBA RDS Preliminary Study on the Use of Ipil-Ipil Leaves Leu- caena leucocephala Lam. as Alternative Mushroom Spawn Substrate Prof. Ma. Jugie R. Ramos CAF Adaptability of Planting Methods of Abaca to Climate- Related Risks Prof. Eduardo D. Peña Prof. Pedro F. Tumaque Prof. Noemi R. Tumaque Panganiban Campus Economic Status and Problems of Women and Chil- dren in Abaca Farming in Selected Municipalities of Catanduanes Dr. Fe T. Gianan Prof. Socorro T. Brillante CBA Assessing Academe-Industry Linkages of Catanduanes State Colleges Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento Prof. Socorro T. Brillante Dr. Fe T. Gianan CBA Women Involvement in Farmers’ Cooperative in Ca- tanduanes Prof. Socorro T. Brillante Prof. Victoriano A. Prolles CBA Hyperactive Behavior and Academic Performance of Intermediate Pupils in the CSC Laboratory Schools Prof. Rosana S. Abundo Prof. Ditas T. Manlangit Prof. Corazon T. Cilot COED Competencies of Faculty Members of the Catanduanes State Colleges along Instruction, Research, Extension, and Production Dr. Lily P. Custodio Dr. Maria S. Tugano Grad. School Academic Performance of Schools Offering Multi- Grade Classes in Catanduanes, SY 2009-2010 Prof. Socorro D. Masagca Prof. Imelda T. Bernal Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman COED Development and Standardization of Products and by- Products from Coconut Water (Multidisciplinary Re- search) Dr. Meda Mercado Prof. Estrella Tribiana Prof. Delia S. Sorra Prof. Ma. Luz A. Floralde Engr. Richard Bernal Prof. Imelda Bernal Prof. Alma V. Tabirara Dr. Teresita J. Avila Ms. Angelee Z. Malijan Ms. Ma. Isabel L. dela Hostria CAS- Nat. Sci. Dept. TABLE 2.2—ON-GOING RESEARCH CONDUCTED BY FACULTY AND STAFF
  46. 46. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 47 RESEARCH TITLE RESEARCHER(S) COLLEGE/ UNIT Financial Performance of CSC Fishery Project Prof. Esperanza P. San Juan Mr. Felix F. Villacorta, Jr. CBA RDS Efficacy of Organic Foliar Fertilizers on Growth and Yield of Lettuce Dr. Sonia A. Torio Prof. Manuel I. Torio Panganiban Campus Abaca-Based Cropping System in Typhoon-Prone Province of Catanduanes Mrs. Nena V. Santos Dr. Ruben C. Velasco, Dr. Crispin C. Oliveros. Prof. Eduardo D. Peña, Prof. Pedro F. Tumaque Prof. Noemi R. Tumaque RDS Panganiban Campus Adaptability of Aerobic Rice Varieties under Catanduanes Conditions Dr. Crispin S. Oliveros, Jr. Dr. Ruben C. Velasco Mrs. Nena V. Santos Panganiban Campus RDS Organic Fertilizer Production and Utilization R&DS, CAF CSC Panganiban Campus R&DS, CAF Panganiban Campus Varietal Tests of Rice Varieties to Weather Pattern in Panganiban, Catanduanes, Crop Year 2011 Prof. Eduardo C. Peña Dr. Ruben C. Velasco Dr. Crispin S. Oliveros, Jr. Panganiban Campus Political Ecology of Equity and Gender in Mangrove Community Forests of Catanduanes Dr. Igmedio Teves Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre, Prof. Sonia R. Vargas, Prof. Estrella T. Tribiana, Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca CAS Social Representations on Climate Change of High School Students and their Teachers at the Catanduanes State Colleges Prof. Ma. Luz A. Floralde CAS Employability of Nursing and Midwifery Graduates Prof. Mary Elaine T. Tapel Prof. Goyeta G. Pereyra, Prof. Adelina M. Almojuela Prof. Marilou Lopez, Prof. Erlinda F. Tabor, Prof. Lilibeth I. Tubalinal CHS Facilitating Conceptual Understanding and Decision-Making in Patient Care Prof. Maria Alma V. Tabirara Prof. Goyeta G. Pereyra CHS Prevalence of Hypertensive Disorders and Its Management Among Pregnant Women at Eastern Bicol Medical Center, Virac, Catanduanes Prof. Goyeta G. Pereyra, Prof. Janet B. Lim, Prof. Francisca B. Zuniega,, Prof. Adelina M. Almojuela, Prof. Mary Elaine T. Tapel CHS Development of Quality Catsup from Blends of Banana and Squash Dr. Sonia A. Torio Prof. Manuel I. Torio Panganiban Campus Level of English Proficiency of Student Teachers of the Catanduanes State Colleges SY 2008-2009 Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman Prof. Rosana S. Abundo COED Functional Food from Kamias Fruit Bilimbi averrhoa Prof. Socorro D. Masagca Prof. Judith Orsolino COED Acceptability of Five Banana Cultivars in the Preparation of Flour Dr. Sonia A. Torio Prof. Manuel I. Torio Panganiban Campus TABLE 2.3 - RESEARCH PROPOSAL SUBMITTED BY FACULTY AND STAFF SY 2011- 2012
  47. 47. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 48 Behavioral Problems Among Secondary Students of Catanduanes State Colleges Laboratory Schools, SY 2010-2011 Prof. Socorro D. Masagca Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman Prof. Rhodora B. Cabrera COED Electronic Payroll Management System for the Provincial Government of Catanduanes Prof. Ma. Emmie T. Delluza COT- DICT Information and Communications Technology Integration and Teaching Educational System in Catanduanes Prof. Gemma Acedo COT-DICT Effects of Incorporating Shredded Rice Straw and Chicken Manure on the Yield of Glutinous Rice Prof. Dolores Osido CAF Adaptability of Five Rice Varieties at the Catanduanes State Colleges Dr. Ruben Tablizo CAF Tracer Study of CSC College of Agriculture Graduates Dr. Ruben Tablizo CAF Profile and Competence of Faculty Members in the Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Instruction at CSC Main and Panganiban Campus Prof. Joseph Zafe Prof. Maricel Cariaso COED School-based Management of Central Schools in the Division of Catanduanes: An Assessment Prof. Joseph Zafe Prof. Maricel Cariaso Julius Antonio Edwin Tomes COED Tracer Study of Bachelor of Science in Biology (BS Bio) Graduates of Catanduanes State Colleges, Virac, Catanduanes, SY 2000-2005 Prof. Nancy B. Tubeo CAS- Nat. Sci. Dept. Waste Management Practices of Backyard and Commercial Piggeries in Selected Municipalities in Catanduanes Prof. Eduardo D. Peña Prof. Ramon F. Samonte Panganiban Campus Academic Achievement of Bachelor of Science in Biology Students in Catanduanes State Colleges, Virac, Catanduanes: Its Relation to Non-Intellectual Factors, SY 2010-2011 Prof. Nancy B. Tubeo CAS- Nat. Sci. Dept. TABLE 2.3 (cont…) RESEARCH PROPOSAL SUBMITTED BY FACULTY AND STAFF SY 2011- 2012
  48. 48. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 49 TITLE OF RESEARCH PROGRAM FACULTY/STAFF INVOLVED Catanduanes Sustainable Technology Infusion in Inland Fisheries Development Program (CS-IFD) Dr. Minerva I. Morales Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes Mrs. Nena V. Santos Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca Prof. Pedro F. Tumaque Dr. Estrella S. Placides Prof. Eduardo D. Peña Dr. Aurora E. Araojo Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento Catanduanes Indigenous Rice Development Program (CIRDEP) Dr. Minerva I. Morales Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo, Prof. Dolores J. Osido, Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes Mrs. Nena V. Santos, Mr. Gerry S. Rubio, Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca Dr. Ruben C. Velasco, Prof. Pedro F. Tumaque, Prof. Noemi R. Tumaque, Prof. Jugie R. Ramos, Dr. Estrella S. Placides, Prof. Eduardo D. Peña Dr. Aurora E. Araojo, Dr. Lily P. Custodio, Dr. Maria S. Tugano Prof. Ma. Theresa E. Sarmiento, Dr. Aida A. Dianela Development, Improvement and Packaging of Technologies for Enhanced Abaca Production in Catanduanes Dr. Aida A. Dianela Dr. Estrella S. Placides Ms. Nena V. Santos Mr. Felix F. Villacorta Prof. Esperanza P. San Juan Dr. Rene I. Avila Prof. Rey Soneja Dr. Ruben C. Velasco Beekeeping: Prospects for Honey and Bees Wax Production, Utilization and Commercialization in Catanduanes Mr. Felix F. Villacorta Dr. Aida A. Dianela Dr. Estrella S. Placides Ms. Nena V. Santos Development of S&T Interventions for Improving the Production and Utilization of Sweet Potato in Vulnerable Communities in the Catanduanes Dr. Aida A. Dianela Dr. Estrella S. Placides Ms. Nena V. Santos Mr. Felix F. Villacorta Prof. Esperanza P. San Juan Dr. Teresita J. Avila Integrated Biodynamic Organic Farming System Dr. Estrella S. Placides Ms. Nena V. Santos Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes Mr. Felix F. Villacorta Jr. TABLE 2.4— RESEARCH PROGRAMS
  49. 49. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 50 TITLE OF RESEARCH PROGRAM FACULTY/STAFF IN- VOLVED STATUS Rehabilitation of Abaca Plantation through Adoption of High yielding and Virus Resistant Abaca Hybrids Dr. Estrella S. Placides Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo Dr. Teresita J. Avila Prof. Pedro Tumaque Ms. Nena V. Santos Mr. Ananias Deuda Ms. Eleanor R. Tablizo Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes Mr. Gerry S. Rubio On-Going Organic Fertilizer Production and Utilization Program Dr. Estrella S. Placides Ms. Nena V. Santos Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes Mr. Felix F. Villacorta Jr. Prof. Eddie Million Prof. Dolores J. Osido Prof. Jose Alberto Dr. Ruben C. Velasco Dr. Crispin S. Oliveros Prof. Noemi R. Tumaque Prof. Pedro F. Tumaque Dr. Sonia A. Torio TABLE 2.4 (cont…) RESEARCH PROGRAMS TABLE 2.5—RESEARCH PRESENTED IN DIFFERENT FORA/ CONFERENCES Researcher(s) Title of Research Paper Title Date and Venue Organizer Type of Conference Dr. Yolanda M. Tariman Prof. Rosana Abundo Development of Catandungan Dictionary for Non -Native Speakers REDTI National Research Seminar and Forum Hotel Supreme, Baguio City April 16-18, 2012 REDTI National Mr. Simplicio G. Mendoza Dr. Estrella S. Placides Standardization and commercialization of Catandungan Delicacies: An Alternative Livelihood Scheme- Pinangat
  50. 50. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 51 TABLE 2.5 (CONT…) —RESEARCH PRESENTED IN DIFFERENT FORA/ CONFERENCES Researcher(s) Academic Performance and Mean Performance Score in National Achievement Test of Second Year Students at the Catanduanes State Colleges Laboratory Schools, SY 2008- 2009 REDTI National Research Seminar and Forum Hotel Supreme, Baguio City April 16-18, 2012 REDTI National Dr. Maria S. Tugano Prof. Ditas T. Manlangit Ms. Rosana S. Abundo Prof. Rhodora B. Cabrera Academic Performance and Mean Performance Score in National Achievement Test of Grade IV Pupils at the Catanduanes State Colleges Laboratory Schools, SY 2008-2009 Dr. Maria S. Tugano Mrs. Eleanor B. Tablizo Good Agricultural Practices of Selected Abaca Farmers in Catanduanes 4th Agriculture, Fisheries and Natural Resources Extension Symposium Aklan State University, Banga, Aklan May 2-5, 2012 PEN, Inc. Dr. Minerva I. Morales Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca Dr. Myrna A. Santelices Dr. Aida A. Dianela Mr. Felix F. Villacorta Mr. Ricardo V. Arcilla, Jr. Designing a Community-based Marine Hatchery in Catanduanes Following a Modified Tool for Site Evaluation 3rd Bicol Fisheries Research, Development and Extension (RDE) Symposium – Scientific Paper Competition Camarines Norte State College – Mercedes Campus July 25-27, 2012 BIFIRDEN Regional Researcher(s) Title of Research Paper Title Date and Venue Organizer Type of Conference
  51. 51. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 52 Dr. Minerva I. Morales Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca Dr. Myrna A. Santelices Prof. Estrella T. Tribiana Dr. Manuel Torio Mr. Vincent Padilla Mr. Ricardo V. Arcilla Mr. Marlon M. Tubato Mr. Edmund U. Salvador Mr. Christian V. Villacorta Rivers to Plates: Participatory Approach in Site Selection, Design, Fabrication and Trial Using Cages for Enhancing Inland Aquaculture in Catanduanes 3rdBicolFisheriesResearch,DevelopmentandExtension(RDE) Symposium–ScientificPaperCompetition Camarines Norte State College – Mercedes Campus July 25-27, 2012 BIFIRDEN Regional Dr. Minerva I. Morales Dr. Asuncion V. Asetre Dr. Aida A. Dianela Dr. Jimmy T. Masagca Prof. Sonia R. Vargas Prof. Ma. Luz A. Floralde Prof. Estrella T. Tribiana Prof. Delia S. Sorra. Stakeholder Management, Identification of Inputs and Engagements in Community Protected Marine Spaces in Catanduanes Dr. Minerva I. Morales Prof. Pedro Tumaque Dr. Jimmy Masagca Dr. Myrna Santelices Prof. Estrella Tribiana Prof. Linda Talan Prof. Angelica Mendoza Mr. Ricardo Arcilla Jr. Reducing Mortality in Growing Mud Crabs with Tilapia in Nylon Net Pens with Bamboo Pipes for Shelter Researchers Title of Research Paper Title Date and Venue Organizer Type of Conference TABLE 2.5 (cont…) RESEARCH PRESENTED IN DIFFERENT FORA/ CONFERENCES
  52. 52. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 53 Researcher(s) Title of Research Paper Title Date and Venue Organizer Type of Conference Dr. Minerva Morales Prof. Pedro Tumaque Dr. Myrna Santelices Dr. Teresita Avila Prof. Estrella Tribiana Prof. Eduardo Pena Dr. Jimmy Masagca Prof. Noemi Tumaque Dr. Sonia A. Torio Prof. Ma. Luz Floralde Prof. Jennifer A. Berces Diversifying Livelihood with Integrated Rice- Fish Farming: An Option for Smallholder Rice Farmers of Catanduanes 3rdBicolFisheriesResearch,DevelopmentandExtension(RDE) Symposium–ScientificPaperCompetition Camarines Norte State College – Mercedes Campus July 25-27, 2012 BIFIRDEN Regional Prof. Delia Sorra Prof. Ma. Luz Floralde Dr. Meda Mercado Prof. Imelda Bernal Ms. Monette Tugay Prof. Judith Orsolino Prof. Danilo Murillo Prof. Rey Soneja Dr. Jimmy Masagca Women in the Postharvest Initiative of Catanduanes State Colleges in Fortifying Tilapia, Packaging and Marketing Dr. Minerva Morales Dr. Aurora Araojo Dr. Jimmy Masagca, Prof. Socorro Brillante Prof. Rey Soneja Prof. Estrella Tribiana Prof. Victoriano Prolles Mrs. Perla Tolentino Gender, Fisheries and Aquaculture in Rivers and Coastal Areas of Catanduanes: Analysis of Livelihoods, Capabilities and Shocks Dr. Minerva Morales Dr. Jimmy Masagca Dr. Crispin Oliveros Dr. Ruben Velasco Prof Estrella Tribiana Dr. Myrna Santelices Prof. Ma. Luz Floralde Prof. Delia Sorra Dr. Meda Mercado Managing the River Corridors of Northeastern Catanduanes for Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture Development under the Prospects of Climate Change TABLE 2.5 (cont…) RESEARCH PRESENTED IN DIFFERENT FORA/ CONFERENCES
  53. 53. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 54 Researcher/s Title of Research Paper Title Date and Venue Organizer Type of Conference Dr. Alvin C. Ogalesco, Dr. Aurora E. Araojo Ms. Emiline Francia P. Abrasaldo Learning Needs of Female Commercial Sex Workers on Sexually Transmitted Infections InternationalAcademicColloquium Concourse Convention Center, Legazpi City Oct. 11-13, 2012 BU Graduate School International Prof. Priscilla P. Gianan Impact Assessment of Cellular Phone Troubleshooting and Repair Skills Training at Barangay Calampong, Virac and Barangay Comagaycay, San Andres Catanduanes Prof. Edna R. Inigo Promoting Schemata with ESL Writers: Schema Theory and Writing Connection Dr. Teresita J. Avila, Ms. Lalaine J. Avila, Ms. Renee Daisy J. Avila Effects on Fermentation on the Antimicrobial Property of Abaca (Musa textilis) Sap Arch. Jose G. Ong Design and Construction of Wallboard Straight-Edge Device Engr. Dexter M. Toyado Slope Stability Analysis for Remediation Project along the Catanduanes Circumferential Road Network System Prof. Lani A. Ilagan, Dr. Ruben P. Tablizo, Dr. Myrna A. Santelices Ms. Salvacion B. Murillo Testing Soil Fertility for Enhancing Production of Rice Cultivars in Catanduanes 2012 Regional Symposium for R&D Highlights BU Tabaco Campus BUTC BFAR RFTC Regional FISH FOR DEVELOPMENT Dr. Morales shares insights during the F4F (Fish for Development) seminar featuring eight research conducted by the Catanduanes State Colleges under the Catanduanes Sustainable Technology Infusion for Inland Fisheries Development (CSTIDP) Program on July 18, 2012 at CSC Little Theater. TABLE 2.5 (cont…) RESEARCH PRESESNTED IN DIFFERENT FORA/ CONFERENCES
  54. 54. Catanduanes State University 2012 Annual Report 55 Researcher(s) Title of Research Paper Title Date and Venue Organizer Type of Conference Ms. Ma. Monette DR. Tugay Quality and Acceptability of Jar- Fermented Pili Yoghurt at Different Proportions of Soya Milk, Cow’s Milk and Carabao’s Milk InternationalAcademicColloquium Concourse Convention Center, Legazpi City October 11- 13, 2012 BU Graduate School International Dr. Estrella S. Placides, Dr. Aida A. Dianela, Ms. Nena V. Santos Local Names of Camote Varieties Grown in Catanduanes Dr. Teresita J. Avila Dr. Rene I Avila Ms. Ronna C. Lontoc Inventory of Spiders in Sto. Niño, Virac, Catanduanes” “Inventory of Spiders in Sto. Niño, Virac, Catanduanes Dr. Estrella S. Placides, Ms. Shiela R. Buque, Ms. Rosemary P. Gualberto Production and Marketing Channels of Camote (Sweet Potato) in Catanduanes Dr. Estrella S. Placides, Mrs. Jamie P. Reginaldo Cultural Symbolisms: Reinforcing and Communicating Identity CSU researchers top national scientific poster paper contest Catanduanes State University's Science Research Specialist Nena Villanueva Santos bagged the Best Scientific Research Poster Paper award during the Philippine Fruit Association's 20th National Fruit Sym- posium on 23-25 October 2012 at Central Mindanao University, Bukidnon The research paper "Wealth in the Wild: Unraveling Pangi's Versatility as Food and Income Source, bested other entries from various state and private universities and colleges in the country. It is composed of two researches that studied the characteristics of Pangi tree and the commercial potential of its fruit. Prof. Priscilla P. Gianan joined Mrs. Santos in the national fruit symposium. Prof. Juanita V. Cervantes was the co-author of Mrs. Santos in the research poster paper while Prof. Gianan, together with Prof. Emerita Tugano, were the co-researchers of Mrs. Santos in the research on Development and Acceptability of Pangi Butter Cake. The winning research tackled about the morphology and some ecological characterization of Pangi, and the development and acceptability of Pangi butter cake. (GSR) BEST RESEARCH - Science Research Specialist Nena Villanueva Santos receives the Best Scientific Research Poster Paper award for the study titled "Wealth in the Wild: Unraveling Pangi's Versa- tility as Food and Income Source." TABLE 2.5 (cont…) RESEARCH PRESENTED IN DIFFERENT FORA/ CONFERENCES

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