new certified professional marketers from CBE
faculty members of the College of Business and Economics,
Alfredo Panizales, associate professorial lecturer, and Milette
Zamora, assistant professor, joined the prestigious ranks
of Certified Professional Marketers (CPMs) in the Asia Pacific.
Dr. Jaime Ong, chairperson of the Marketing Management Department,
proudly announced the accomplishment.
Panizales is the consultant of Solar Entertainment Corp.,
Mabuhay Satellite Corp., EAGA Telecoms, and Midsayap Communications
System Corp. He is completing his doctoral studies at the
DLSU-Professional Schools, Inc. Before joining the University
in 1998, Zamora was marketing manager of ABS-CBN International.
She earned her MBM degree from the Asian Institute of Management.
As of May 31, three out of the eight CPMs in the Philippines
are from DLSU-Manila. The first to become one was Dr. Leonardo
Garcia, Jr., the newly appointed director of the CBE Graduate
School and now Vice President for Chapters of the Philippine
Marketing Association (PMA).
On a similar note, the PMA has also announced the 14th CPM
examinations, to be held on September 17-27. For details,
please contact the PMA Secretariat at the numbers 892-3144
and 813-0466, or visit its website at www.pma.philonline.com
faculty to attend Salzburg Seminar
Luz Suplico and Emmanuel Sales, College of Business and Economics
faculty, will attend the Salzburg Seminar on East Asia-The
United States: A Search for Common Values, to be held on June
1 to 6 in Austria. This seminar, sponsored by the Freedman
Foundation, will be attended by a select group of 29 participants
from Asia and the US.
Olin Robinson, president of the Salzburg Seminar, will discuss
the possible effects of globalization on higher education.
Professor Ronald Takaki from the University of California
in Berkeley will give a lecture on multiculturalism in the
US. Eng Fong Pang, the High Commissioner of Singapore to the
UK and non-resident ambassador to the Republic of Ireland,
will serve as conference panelist. Other topics in this
symposium are Perceptions and Misperceptions: East and West,
Environment Issues and the Food System, Theater as an Expression
of Culture, and The Silk Road Project.
The Salzburg Seminar is one of the world’s foremost international
educational centers committed to global understanding. With
participants coming from all parts of the world, the seminar
is dedicated to promoting free exchange of ideas in a multi-disciplinary
and cross-cultural environment. Each year, some 1,000 professionals
from more than 100 countries gather for a wide range of sessions
at the seminar’s facility at Schloss Leopoldskron. Celebrating
its 53rd year, the seminar continues to promote interaction
among peers from diverse backgrounds and facilitate the establishment
of worldwide professional networks.
Information and materials about the Salzburg Seminar are available
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