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3 Science Programs recognized as COEs

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“GaLING Science, GAling Science.” For years, this has been the tagline of the College of Science. True enough, this has been articulated through the quality of its graduates as well as its achievements and recognitions. In fact, it is the first in the university which received the Level 4 accreditation in most of its program offerings as awarded by PACU-COA.

This year, Science leads again as the only College with three programs designated as Centers of Excellence by the Commission on Higher Education. Psychology, which used to be Center of Development is now Center of Excellence while the Biology and Chemistry Programs retain their COE status in a CHED Memo Order No. 38 s. 2015. Said status is valid from January 1st of this year until December 31, 2018.

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Carascal leads the 2016 Science graduates Mark B. Carascal, a B.S. Microbiology student is leading the 606 graduates of the College of Science Batch 2016 with 1.220 GWA making him the recipient of the Rector’s Academic Award. He is also the recipient of Lulu dela Rosa Award and Academic Excellence Award.
NRCP lauds Thomasian scientists Acad. Fortunato B. Sevilla III, PhD. and Beatrice Q. Guevarra, PhD., Prof. Emeriti of the University of Santo Tomas and both from the UST Chemistry Department and UST Research Center for the Natural and
Japitana, Mactal of Science, 2016 BPI-DOST awardees Jerome Alan S. Japitana, a B.S. Chemistry student and Jason E. Mactal, B.S. Applied Physics student won in the BPI-DOST 2016 Science Awards held April 5, 2016 at the Mind Museum, Taguig City.
Bio trains teachers on biotechniques To aid our secondary school teaches in their efforts to prepare for the K+12 educational system in the Philippines, a hands-on seminar-workshop on biotechniques was hosted by the Department of Biological Sciences,

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Science holds its Solemn Investiture on June 3rd

CS Pagtatapos 2016The College of Science had its 2016 Solemn Investiture on June 3 at the Quadricentennial Pavilion at 7:00 in the morning.

Rev. Fr. Julius Paul C. Factora, O.P., member of the Board of Trustees, conferred upon 606 graduates their degrees. The number of graduates per degree program is as follows: 41 each from Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics, Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, and Bachelor of Science in Chemistry; 24 from Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics; 267 from Bachelor of Science in Biology; and 192 from Bachelor of Science in Psychology.

Out of the 606 graduates, seven graduated magna cum laude while 59 graduated cum laude. Three B.S. Psychology students, Marc Julius V. Adriano, Kristianni O. Bance, and Terrence Julian B. Pestaño, along with Ghianne Carla B. Magbitang, a BS Biology student, are loyalty awardees.

Anthony Jacque R. Sangco, a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics student and the College of Science Student Council President for the school year 2015-2016 is the recipient of Ramsee Henson Leadership Award while Mary Margaret Operario, also a BS in Applied Math student and the president of Mathematics Society is the Quezon Leadership Awardee (College Level).

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Science to hold its Solemn Investiture on June 3rd

GradLogo2016 557The College of Science will be holding its 2016 Solemn Investiture on June 3 at the Quadricentennial Pavilion at 7:00 in the morning.

Rev. Fr. Julius Paul C. Factora, O.P., member of the Board of Trustees, will confer upon 606 graduates their degrees. The number of graduates per degree program is as follows: 41 each from Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics, Bachelor of Science in Microbiology, and Bachelor of Science in Chemistry; 24 from Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics; 267 from Bachelor of Science in Biology; and 192 from Bachelor of Science in Psychology.

Out of the 606 graduates, seven are graduating magna cum laude while 59 are graduating cum laude. Three B.S. Psychology students, Marc Julius V. Adriano, Kristianni O. Bance, and Terrence Julian B. Pestaño, along with Ghianne Carla B. Magbitang, a BS Biology student, are loyalty awardees.

Anthony Jacque R. Sangco, a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics student and the College of Science Student Council President for the school year 2015-2016 is the recipient of Ramsee Henson Leadership Award while Mary Margaret Operario, also a BS in Applied Math student and the president of Mathematics Society is the Quezon Leadership Awardee (College Level).

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CoS Teams Up With Faculty of Medicine for ComDev Activity

comdev 240pxLeading the way for a “Better Lifestyle, Brighter Future”, the College of Science with the Faculty of Medicine hosted the second phase of their community development activity for the residents of Kasiglahan Village, San Jose, Rodriguez, Rizal, last April 30, 2016.

The College of Science Mathematical Society, Red Cross Youth Council-Science Unit and Psychology Society along with the Gamma Beta Epsilon Fraternity from the Faculty of Medicine facilitated the event as project heads in a total of 7 activities prepared.

Assoc. Prof. Mary Ann Santos and Asst. Prof. Josefino Castillo from the Department of Biological Sciences also initiated the painting of classrooms in the Kasiglahan Day Care Center and donated school materials for the students.

Medical check-ups, livelihood programs by way of pastillas-making and Zumba dancing as a physical activity were arranged for the 50 adult attendees, many of which were senior citizens.

A total of 35 teenagers listened to a lecture Basic Computer Literacy, 50 children took part in Stress Management by painting and playing games and 50 young boys were signed up for circumcision.

The endeavor is being conducted phase-by-phase starting with an ocular visit of the Kasiglahan Village community and will have its third and final phase for this semester on May 7, 2016.

 
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Cremen Lectures on Taxonomy

A Thomasian alumna, Asst. Prof. Maria Chiela M. Cremen delivered a lecture last January 27, 2016 on “Taxonomic Revision of Halimeda in Southwestern Australia” at Rm 320, Main Building, University of Sto. Tomas. The lecture covered her recent research...

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Martin appointed College Secretary

“Just like any job, it requires hard work and determination. Alongside these should be good intention, order, commitment, and guidance from God.” These are the words of Assoc. Prof. Mary C. Martin, M.Sc., the new College Secretary as the College...

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TEAM MOM Goes to Samar & Leyte

Teacher Enrichment Activity in Microbiology: Mentoring Our Mentors (TEAM MOM), the Fungal Biodiversity and Systematics (FBS) group of UST RCNAS conducted a two-day training for 30 teachers from 23 high schools in the provinces of Samar and Leyte on April...

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Internationalization Beefed up

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Dela Cruz, delegate to international workshop

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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Thomas Edison E. dela Cruz of the Department of Biological Sciences is one among those who represented the Philippines in the international workshop held February 24 – 26, 2016 at Pathum Thani, Thailand. The workshop focused on “Opportunity and Impact Assessment for Research Projects: A Methodology with Applications to Industrial Microbial Biotechnology.” 

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The internationalization agenda of the College of Science continues to beef up as shown through a linkage with international universities, faculty mobility, and academic as well as research collaborations.

On November 12, 2015, a Memorandum of Agreement was signed between the University of Santo Tomas (College of Science) and Academia Sinica (Institute of Physics), Taiwan, R.O.C. In the pipeline is the partnership with Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, Japan and Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea.

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Assoc. Prof. Bernard John V. Tongol, Ph.D. of the Chemistry Department of the College of Science participated in the International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE) Satellite Meeting on New Devices for Energy Conversion and Storage through a poster presentation.

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New CHED Appointments

The COLLEGE OF SCIENCE  congratulates the faculty members appointed to CHED Technical Committees:

Dr. Fortunato SevillaDr. Fortunato Sevilla III - Chair, CHED Technical Committee for Chemistry (12 January 2015 to 31 December 2016)

Dr. Claudette Agnes

Dr. Ma. Claudette Agnes - Chair, CHED Technical Committee for Psychology (12 January 2015 to 31 December 2016)

Dr. Maribel NonatoDr. Maribel G. Nonato - Member, CHED Technical Committee for Chemistry (12 January 2015 to 31 December 2016)

Dr. Mary Beth ManingasDr. Mary Beth Maningas - Member, CHED Technical Committee for Marine Science (12 January 2015 to 31 December 2016)

Dr. John Donnie RamosDr. John Donnie A. Ramos - Member, CHED Technical Committee for Biology and Molecular Biology (12 January 2015 to 31 December 2016)

Dr. Jaycee PaguiriganDr. Augusto Jaycee Paguirigan - Member, CHED Regional Quality Assessment Team (RQAT) for CHEDRO IV-A (AY 2014-2015)

 

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OVRAA Recognition

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