Sciences chair gets UNDP grant
Romeo Lee, chair of the Behavioral Sciences Department, recently
received a research grant from the Regional Project on HIV
of the United Nations Development Programme. The award will
enable Lee to explore men’s environment in relation to sexual
behavioral change. He will study pathways for personal change
to help men modify their sexual practices that are vulnerable
to HIV/AIDS transmission.
gives lecture on religious education
Last March 16, Brother Bill Garvey of the Religious Education
Department introduced nine faculty members from the religion
department of Divine Word College in Abra to the programs
of the department. He also spoke on the proposed programs
RED faculty Dr. Natividad Pagadut and Hernando Raymundo of
the Religious Studies Department also gave lectures to the
visiting faculty lectures on teaching strategies in religious
education, as requested by Dr. Leticia Madriaga, head of the
contingent and alumnus of DLSU-Manila.
In related news, speaking to students of the different SFIC-managed
schools in Luzon, Pagadut was also the guest speaker at St.
Joseph’s College, Quezon City on March 3. Sister Theresine
Dingal, SFIC, invited her on the occasion of the students’
celebration of the jubilee year and the participation of school
representatives in a jubilee year quiz contest.
organizes Lenten spiritual activities
Lasallian Pastoral Office (LSPO) sponsored two retreats and
one recollection for faculty members in preparation for the
Lenten season. A total of 80 faculty members participated
in the two retreats, while 35 attended the recollection.
Brother Ceci Hojilla, FSC, of the Lasallian Animation and
Formation Team (LAFT) was the retreat master last March 9-11
and 16-18. He also facilitated the guided recollection last
Ruben Marasigan, LSPO Retreats and Recollections Coordinator,
organized the spiritual activities held in Tagaytay City.