is please to announce that
of De La Salle University will deliver a
articipation is open to all and is free of charge. However, due to limited seats, pre-registration is required. To confirm your participation, please e-mail AKI@dlsu.edu.ph with your (i) name, (ii) designation and office, and (iii) contact number on or before March 18, 2011.
Also, if you wish to declare This lecture as an alternative class, kindly contact Daisy Mojares of the DLSU-Angelo King Institute at +63-2-524-4611 loc. 287 or +63-2-524-533.
01:00 PM-01:15 PM Registration
01:15 PM-01:45 PM MGA ALTERNATIBO SA LABAS NG MGA PANDAIGDIGANG TUGON
SA PAGPIGIL SA PAGBABAGO NG KLIMA
Tereso S. Tullao, Jr.
School of Economics
De La Salle University-Manila
01:45 PM-02:00 PM Open Forum
Moderator and Master of Ceremonies
Mr. Christopher James R. Cabuay
Assistant Lecturer, School of Economics
De La Salle University
Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. is the Director of Angelo King Institute and a Full Professor of School of Economics at De La Salle University. He earned his undergraduate degree in Economics from De La Salle University, where he graduated Summa cum Laude. He pursued further studies at Stanford University, where he earned his MA degree in Development Education and Economics from Stanford University. He went on to obtain an MA in Law and Diplomacy and a Ph.D. in International Economics and from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.
As an educator, Dr. Tullao has received numerous awards. His most recent distinction is the Metrobank Foundation Award for Continuing Excellence and Service. As a writer and researcher, he published numerous of textbooks, monographs and research articles on various topics including economic development, economics of education and international economic relations. His works, "Tungo sa Patakarang Industriyal ng Pilipinas" and "Diksyunaryo sa Ekonomiks" were given theNational Book Award by the Manila Critics Circle.
DLSU-Angelo King Institute
St. La Salle Hall,
2401 Taft Avenue, Malate
1004 Manila, Philippines
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