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04 DECEMBER 2000. VOLUME 32. NUMBER 28. 4 PAGES_ 

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University of Hawaii professor joins ELED workshop

The English Language Education Department recently sponsored two seminar-workshops on writing with Dr. Thomas Hilgers, guest lecturer from the University of Hawaii. Forty English teachers from Metro Manila attended the first workshop on Teaching (with) Writing held on November 16-17. Thirty content specialists attended the second workshop, Writing Across the Curriculum, held on November 20-21.

Dr. Hilgers is the director of the University of Hawaii-Manoa Writing Program and currently a Fulbright scholar at Kasetsart University in Bangkok, Thailand. The Philippine-American Education Foundation and the Fulbright Travel Pot sponsored his trip to the Philippines.

The seminar-workshop was facilitated by ELED faculty, namely, Dr. Ma. Lourdes Bautista (seminar director), Charette Pagtalunan (assistant seminar director), Mildred Laurilla, and Alma Tesoro. The activity was undertaken as part of the ELED Center of Excellence Outreach Program led by ELED Chair Dr. Ma. Luisa Sadorra.

ChE faculty delivers professorial lecture on Membrane Technology

Dr. Julius Maridable of the Chemical Engineering Department and the current holder of the Mr. and Mrs. Huang Kong Chim Distinguished Chair in Chemical Engineering delivered his inaugural professorial chair lecture at the Ariston Estrada Seminar Room last November 24. His lecture, “Membrane Technology—Why does it click?” was an overview of the synthesis of inorganic-based polymers as precursors for membrane materials, films, coatings, and composites.

or his doctoral research, Maridable worked in the UNESCO Centre for Membrane Science and Technology in Sydney, Australia, where he specialized on the development and application of membrane materials. These studies dealt with the micro-structural and surface morphological characterization of inorganic polymers through the use of various novel characterization techniques. Maridable is currently integrating membrane technology in his research on the extraction and purification of fine chemicals and on the separation of proteinaceous products from enzymatic and biological processes.

5/5 pass licensure exams for librarians

Congratulations are in order for our librarians who passed the recent board exams, and for making it a 100 percent passing feat. They are Marian Ramos of the Archives Section, Joy Millares of the Information-Reference Section, Annabel Aliwalas of Acquisition, Geraldine Respicio of Cataloging, and Jocelyn Ladlad of EDRC and ASRC. Ramos landed on seventh place of the Top 10 passers.

The library now has 19 librarians with licenses in the full-time staff.

ELED Chair completes SEAMEO course

Dr. Ma Luisa Sadorra successfully completed the Specialist Certificate course in Language Curriculum and Materials Development at the SEAMEO Regional Language Centre, Singapore held on October 9-28. The major components of the course were foundations of language curriculum, approaches and paradigms in language curriculum design, case studies in materials development, and computer-based language instruction.

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