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CGB Studes Score in the 1st Agora Mindanao Youth Congress
A select number of College of Governance Students garnered several awards during the1st Agora Mindanao Youth Congress held at the Abreeza Mall on September 21-23, 2016. With 18 business schools participating, the University ranked 5th overall. There were ten (10) events where our team of 25 students competed.
Our top winners include: Johanna Mae Gutang and Edmar Mapayo (Business Pitch – 1st Runner up); Jude Michael Bagay, Fides Patricia Bengullo, and Sheila Mae Catulay (Quiz Bowl – 2nd Runner up); Eunice Bohol (Ambassadress – 1st Runner up); and Adonis Alladin (Ambassador – 4th Runner up).
Faculty coaches are Dr. Gilbert Gordo, Mr. Angelo Jadraque, and Dr. Rosfe Corlae Badoy. (RCBadoy)
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CoE holds A Seminar on the NASA Research on Advanced Life Support for Human Space Exploration
The University of Southeastern Philippines (USeP) College of Engineering (CoE) in collaboration with the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Balik Scientist Program conducted "A Seminar on the NASA Research on Advanced Life Support for Human Space Exploration" on September 9, 2016 at Room 308-310 College of Education Building.
USeP VPAA Dr. Shirley S. Villanueva formally opened the program and welcomed the esteemed guests and participating students. This was followed by an introduction of the speaker by CoE Dean Dr. Angel V. De Vera, Jr.
The resource speaker, Dr. JMR Apollo C. Arquiza, presented their National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)-funded research on food studies and design of cooking equipment for a space habitat. Their team was able to develop a low-gravity space galley which can allow astronauts to cook food in outer space. Dr. Arquiza earned his Ph. D. in Biological and
Environmental Engineering at Cornell University in New York, USA.
The presentation was followed by a Q&A and Discussion segment moderated by Geol. Paula Grace V. Baylon wherein the students showed their interest in the topic and asked several questions. The program was formally closed by Engr. Christopher C. Gonzales.
The DOST Balik Scientist Program was launched in 1975 to encourage highly-trained overseas Filipino scientists and professionals to return to the country and share their expertise to Philippine scientific community.
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