St. Paul University Philippines

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CHED Autonomous Institution;    Center of Excellence in Nursing;    Center of Excellence in Teacher Education;    Center of Development in Information Technology;    Delivering Higher Education Institution for Graduate Studies for the K-12 Transition Program;    The First ISO 9001 Certified Catholic University and Private University in Asia;    The First University in the Philippines recognized by the International Accreditation Organization (IAO);    The only University in the Philippines accredited by the Asian Association Schools of Business International (AASBI);    One of the twelve participating schools in the Philippines for ASEAN International Mobility for Students (AIMS) Programme;    Outstanding Academic/Research Library Awardee by Philippine Association of Academic and Research Librarians, Inc.;    Deputized institution of Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (ETEEAP);    One of only 11 Universities in the Philippines granted a Knowledge Development Center (KDC) by World Bank;    Most Outstanding Student Services Program in the Philippines;    Catholic Center for Culture by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines;    National Historical Landmark by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines;    UNESCO Associated Schools Project Network (ASPNet) Affiliate;    Most Environment-Friendly and Sustainable School in Region II by Environmental Management Bureau

Paulinian Achievers

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Top 1 Social Work Licensure Examination (2018)
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Social Work Licensure Examination Passers (2018)
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Medical Technology Licensure Examination Passers (2018)
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Physical Therapists Licensure Examination Passers (2018)
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Most Outstanding Academic Librarian for Luzon by the PAARL (2017)
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SITE of SPUP, now a Microsoft Certified Testing Center (2017)

News

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SPUP-IRO DIRECTOR JOINS IN-CANADA TRAINING ON ADULT EDUCATION

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Jeremy Godofredo C.Morales, Ph.D., (Director for International Relations and ETEEAP), was a recipient of the In-Canada Training on Adult Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada on August 12-24, 2018 sponsored by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE).

The Second Career/Adult Education Training Program for Philippine Higher Education aimed to provide PHEI participants a contextual background, theoretical knowledge, practical experience, and best practices to develop effective instructional strategies and curriculum that could translate into measurable improvement in adult student learning.

Moreover, said In-Canada training was prelude to a successive 6-month in-country training-workshops which leads the development of an institutional agenda for sustainable adult education programs where the participants will be immersed and trained in a) learning the principles of adult learning and how they are applied in the development of learning experiences; b) developing an appreciation for the diversity of adult audiences; c) explaining the role of learners, adult educators, and learning organizations in improving performance and advancing professional development; d) reviewing models of learning experience design for their application in technology selection, developing solution and meeting learner needs; and, e) exploring current trends in education that are influencing how learning is designed and delivered in a rapidly changing environment.

While in Canada, Dr. Morales, together with selected participants from various PHEIs and CHED Officials, received instruction and lectures from professors of OISE, Josie Di Vincenzo and Michael Cassidy, as well as immersed in sharing sessions with Adult and Continuing Education providers in Ontario such as the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, eCampus Ontario, York University, Ryerson University, Seneca College, Sheridan College, George Brown College, and TV Ontario.




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SPUP’S NEW ST. JOSEPH BUILDING RISES

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SPUP held the ground breaking ceremonies of the New St. Joseph Building. The event started with a liturgy followed by the ground blessing presided by Fr. Paulo Benedict Pasingca (SPC Community Chaplain and Tuguegarao Archdiocesan Chancellor).

Sr. Merceditas Ang, SPC (University President) and Engr. Arnold Dupit (Structural Engineer), led the laying of the time capsule followed by the ceremonial shovelling. The ceremonies were witnessed by the SPC Sisters, SPUP Administrators, Staff and Engineering Students.

The new St. Joseph Building, a four-storey learning facility, will house the College of Engineering and the School of Business, Accountancy and Hospitality Management (SBAHM).




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SPUP-SOM HOSTS IP CHILDREN FROM PALAUI

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The School of Medicine (SOM) welcomed a number of IP Children from Palaui, Sta. Ana, Cagayan as they visited St. Paul University Philippines on August 18, 2018. The activity was endeavoured by Dr. Leon Caculitan (SOM Professor) with Dr. Zsa Za Meneses and Dr. Angelica Asuncion (SPUP Alumni). The children from Palaui dropped by SPUP as they had their first visit to Tuguegarao City. They were toured around the campus and had an interaction with the SPUP’s Medical Students.

These children and their families are recipients of SPUP-SOM service-learning activities. Gift-giving, through the initiative of Dr. Geraldine Ramirez (Dean, SOM), capped their visit in SPUP.




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SPUP INITIATES 2018 INTERNATIONAL SUMMER IMMERSION

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(by: Dr. John Kit Masigan)

St. Paul University Philippines hosted 14 international students (13 Taiwanese and an Indonesian) for a 2-week summer camp on August 6-18, 2018. The said pioneering activity aimed at offering variety of activities such as intensive English language courses, cultural immersion, heritage and environmental exposure/tour and capacity building.

In their courtesy call to Sr. Merceditas O. Ang, SPC (University President), the immersion participants together with other foreign students and interns in SPUP were presented by Dr. Jeremy Godofredo Morales, (Director International Relations). In her words of welcome, Sr. Merceditas highlighted SPUP’s whole-person approach in providing quality student services anchored on valuing the person regardless of nationality, race, economic status, and religion.

The immersion program featured intercultural learning and improving English language proficiency where the participants were exposed to a 54-hour English language courses (Survival and Advanced) facilitated by Dr. Concepcion Doyugan, Dr. John Kit Masigan and Mr. Brendan Tangan.

The immersion began with a heritage walk (campus tour) spearheaded by Ms. Alma Quinagoran (Director, Student Affairs). This was endeavoured for the participants to learn SPUP’s cultural and historical heritage. Meanwhile, Dr. Glen Cagurangan and Mrs. Marie Krizya Calagui (from the College of Hospitality Management) introduced the foreign students to Tuguegarao’s Pancit industry by observing and experiencing home-made noodle making at Eva’s Panciteria. They also had a glimpse of the 2018 Afi Festival celebration as they were brought to the Trade Fair at the City Hall grounds and witnessed the fiesta procession and parade on August 16, 2018. They also had an environmental tour at the Callao Caves and a pilgrimage at the St. Peter’s Cathedral before participating in a series of team complementation activities.

A cultural show topped off the summer camp where Taiwanese, Chinese and East Timorese students showcased their talents as a way of expressing gratitude to the host institution. Dr. Allan Peejay Lappay (Director of Alumni, External Relations and Advocacies) awarded the certificates of completion and participation to the students, on behalf of Sr. Merceditas and Dr. Morales. As he thanked the participants in his closing message, he also acknowledged the members of the committee who have greatly contributed to the success of SPUP’s first international summer immersion.




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CHINESE SCHOOL SEEKS EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIP WITH SPUP

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A delegation of school administrators from Yangjiang Polytechnic and Vocational College in Guangdong Province, China enplaned to Tuguegarao City, Cagayan to formally seal a cooperation agreement on International Education with SPUP.

Mrs. Jin Gao (Vice President, Yangjiang Polytechnic and Vocational College) and Sr. Merceditas Ang, SPC (University President, SPUP) signed the cooperation agreement on August 09, 2018

The administration of Yangjiang Polytechnic and Vocational College sought to establish educational partnership with SPUP, being one of the thirty universities recognized by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China.




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Events

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16th National Conference on Information Technology Education

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December

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4th SPUP International Health Congress

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