The Research Committee is ready to present its graduate studies program after undergoing a feasibility study on QCPU’s capability to operate and offer Master programs at the Directorate’s Meeting on March 4, 2011.
Research consultants Dr. Fernando Omadto and Dr. Jose Florante did the study in response to Mayor Herbert Bautista’s directives “to look into possible programs for graduate studies in QCPU” in the Board of Regents meeting held at Kor-Phil IT Training Center last August 26, 2010.
IN A SERIES of dialogue with industry partners and institutions, Quezon City Polytechnic University (QCPU) is taking serious steps to enhance its programs based on the specific requirements of the labor market and adapt industry best practices to achieve QCPU’s mission of becoming an effective tool for nation-building.
The industry dialogue is a collaboration of Research and Extension Office (R&E), Department of Bachelor of Science’s in Entrepreneurship (BSE) and Industrial Engineering (BSIE), and Technical-Vocational (Tech-Voc) in order to harmonize their curriculum’s competencies and adapt new trends from the industry/market to the specific areas of their respective programs.
THE RESEARCH COMMITTEE has announced yesterday that they are now accepting new applicants for SY 2011-2012 to preempt possible delay of the 10 existing researches in meeting its December 30 deadline.
In a circular memo dated October 21, 2010, Research Member and Consultant Dr. Fernando Omadto said “the office anticipates possible delays from the current researchers for whatever reason and we do not want our publication to be affected by the possibility of delays.”
In order to serve the interest of all admin personnel of the university, the Quezon City Polytechnic University Administrative Association (QCPU-ASA) was created last July 28, 2010. An initial General Assembly was also conducted during the said date.
Interim officers were elected to draft the Constitution and By-laws of the QCPU-ASA. The officers are: President, Angela Victoria Planas; Vice-Presidents – Soledad Arago (San Bartolome Campus), Reynaldo Mosqueda (San Francisco Campus) and Hermie Abordo (Batasan Campus); Secretary, Edlyn Manicat; Treasurer, Victoria Sierra; Auditor, Cristina Baranda; Public Relation Officers (PROs) – Tito Baclagan, Fernando Omadto and Gracia Josue; Business Managers – Rommel Sevilla and Tess Gutierrez.
THE Quezon City Polytechnic University (QCPU) Research and Extension Department headed Ms. Annie Enriquez-Geron facilitated a two-day Grievance Handling/ Settlement Seminar-Workshop from July 1 to 2 at Room 106 of Korea- Philippines Information Technology Center.
The members of the Grievance Committee were appointed by the Directorate of the University in its previous meeting. The participants suggested that officials and employees who have integrity, probity, sincerity and credibility shall comprise the proposed Committee, which is now still in the planning stage.
The R&E Department head Annie E. Geron, Dr. Ronan Estoque, and Dr. Fernando Omadto approved the titles in accordance with the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Memorandum Order No. 25, series of 1998 for Across Higher Education Research Emphasis on developing the research titles. Each research was funded P15 000 by QCPU.
The Research and Extension Office of Quezon City Polytechnic University (R&E-QCPU), in cooperation with the Human Resources Office, has organized a seminar on the fundamentals of research which aims to create a research culture among faculty members of the university. The event was held last February 17, 2010.
The seminar entitled “Building a Culture of Research in QCPU” was participated in by 76 faculty members coming from the three campuses of QCPU. The event on Wednesday was one of a series of planned activities of the said seminar.