Carbonell presents Research in a National Research Forum (GS Forum)

Carbonell presents Research in a National Research Forum 

Ma. Theressa L. Carbonell, faculty member of the VJSSGS and the head of the Early Childhood Education department was chosen to present her research, Play Activities for Teaching Science at the Kindergarten, at the National Research Forum in Baguio City.

“I was very overwhelmed and a little bit nervous but am still thankful for this opportunity, I can say that I am lucky and I will treasure this for all my life. This will serve as my inspiration especially in teaching. It is also a challenge for me to undertake more researches I anticipate more opportunities like this not only for me but even for my colleagues in the university”, Carbonell said.

Dr. Elsie C. Pilar, dean of Vedasto J. Samonte School of Graduate Studies, also attended the research forum.

National Research Forum was sponsored by the Research Education Development Training Institute (REDTI) held at Supreme Hotel Baguio City last October 19-20, 2011.


 
University Memorializes Founders Vision (News Article from The Review)
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As the University observed its 80th Foundation Anniversary, it stood tall and proud as the stakeholders declared their commitment to the institution's philosophy and vision. In a ceremony that memorialized the vision of the founders, the University represented by President Liza Nicolas, launched a recommitment of the institution's mission and goals through a time capsule that will serve as a witness to the test of resilience and faith.

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Grad now reports for GMA-7 News (News Article from The Review)
Masscom program preapred him well for the work, he says

A Mass Communication graduate of the University has joined GMA 7 Kapuso Network as reporter. Al Hadji Rieta joined the Kapuso Network in June this year after a one-year stint with the regional ABS-CBN in Laoag as reporter and anchorman.

"It is an honor and privilege to be working with topnotch broadcast journalists. The names of these broadcast journalists always cropped up in our class discussion because our teacher uses their works/programs as case studies. We also analyzed and critiqued every aspect of the news and current affairs programs of the network including the soap segments and we came to know the personalities from a distance," Rieta said. He said he had to follow the current affairs programs of the network even late in the evening or monitor these online to update himself in the discussion.

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Nicolas vows leadership worthy of NWU legacy (News Article from The Review)

University President Maria Liza Nicolas vowed to face the tough challenge of providing a leadership that will make Northwestern worthy of its legacy.
Speaking at her investi-ture as the new president, Nicolas said that Northwestern has arrived as an educational institution but acknowledged there are still many things to be done."Northwestern has been in existence for many years. This January, we will be celebrating our 80th foundation anniversary. We are already there but we are fully aware that there are still a lot left to be desired," the new president said.To address that, Nicolas said she has to provide a leadership role that will make Northwestern an institution that will produce young men and women needed in the 21st century.

That leadership role, she said, will anchor on three pillars - a reformed value system, commit-ment to excellence and a responsiveness to change, challeng-es and opportunities. The new president said that Northwestern would not move ahead unless values and traditional practices that have deterred the people in the academic community from achieving more as an institution and as a people are reformed and redirected.

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NWU-NSTP Green Army: 2011 Likas Yaman Awardee for Environmental Excellence in Region I
In celebration of DENR's Environment Month, the university was recently awarded the 2011 Likas Yaman for the Most Outstanding University Environmental Outreach Project at Oasis Country Resort, San Fernando City, La Union.
With the joint efforts of NWU-NSTP/CWTS/LTS/Naval ROTC through the direct supervision of NSTP Coordinator Rodolfo Pingao, their entry was recognized for implementing various environmental outreach projects devoted to improve health, sanitation, education and environmental protection.

Prior to the honor they brought to the university, Ms. Noemi A. Ruadap, Forest Management Specialist of CENRO Laoag City had chosen the various outreach projects of the said NWU group to be an entry to the 2011 Likas Yaman Award for Environmental Excellence. A Regional Validation Team visited the university last June 7 to screen and evaluate the entry through project site inspection and interviews.
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NWU welcomes new hire
A very warm, cheerful, friendly and engaging individual. These are the traits that best describe our newly-hired professional educator.

Mr. Anthony James Borrelli, a citizen of United States did not have second thoughts when he decided to make Laoag City as his new home. "I am eager to use my skills and knowledge for the mutual benefit of myself and the community in which I now live," he said.
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