faculty earn graduate degrees
DLSU-Manila marks an improvement
in its faculty standing with 13 faculty members receiving
graduate degrees during the commencement exercises on October
7 at the Philippine International Convention Center.
Ma. Luisa Sadorra, chair of
the English Language Education Department (ELED), and Imelda
De Castro, faculty of the Departamento ng Literatura at Wikang
Filipino (DLWF), will both receive the Doctor of Arts in Language
and Literature with high distinction. DLWF faculty Janet Hope
Tauro will also earn the same degree with distinction and
receive the outstanding dissertation award.
Pia Agatha Verdadero from DLWF
will receive the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing with
high distinction, while Mathematics faculty Wilson Cordova
will earn the Master of Education major in Mathematics with
From the College of Business
and Economics, the faculty who will earn their degrees are
Marvin Raymond Castell, with Master of Science in Economics;
Glorife Soberano, Master of Science in Marketing; and Alexander
Trajano, Master of Business Administration.
From the College of Liberal
Arts, Franchette Mangonon of the DLWF will be conferred the
Master of Arts in Language and Literature. Earning the same
degree is ELED faculty Noemi Padilla. From the College of
Science, Guidance Counselor Catalina Santos will receive the
Master of Arts in School Counseling and Math faculty Rowena
Sinlao, Master of Science in Mathematics. Completing the roster
is Ann Dulay from the College of Engineering who will earn
the Master of Science in Electronics and Communication Engineering.
Three faculty members from
other DLSU System units will also receive their advanced degrees.
They are Danny Cheng (DLS-PSI), with Master of Computer Science;
and Antonio Levy Ingles, Jr. (DLS-CSB) and Teodora Salavador
(DLS-Zobel), Master of Education major in Religious and Values
Lasallians named BPI Science awardees
The Honors and Awards Committee
recently named three students as the De La Salle University-Manila
Bank of the Philippine Islands Awardees for 2001. They are
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science students Jan Arman
Figueroa and Donna-Zea Rosete and Bachelor of Science in Biology
major Faith Victory Mejor.
The three will be formally
awarded and will be presenting the results of their research
studies in the first quarter of next year.
Figueroa is a candidate for
cum laude and the incumbent College of Computer Studies
Assembly president. He was named Best Legislative Assembly
Representative in the 1999 Student Council Awards and a finalist
in the most outstanding student leader in the 2000 Student
Awards and The Outstanding Coeds-The Young Men 2000.
Rosete is a magna cum laude
candidate and the executive vice president of CATCH 2T1 batch
assembly. She is also the student representative of the Discipline
Board and served as officer of Sprint and Student’s Research
and Development Program.
eanwhile, Mejor is a consistent
dean’s lister and head of the DLSU-UNESCO club membership
and recruitment committee. Last year, she was the vice president
of Societas Vitae and volunteer of the Center for Social Concern
and Action .
Now on its 13th year, the BPI
Science Awards recognizes students who excel in the fields
of engineering, chemistry, biology, and computer science.
The awardees have been chosenbased on their academic performance
and their contributions to industry and nation-building.