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01 OCT 2001. VOLUME 33. NUMBER 18. 4 PAGES 

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Gallardo leads efforts on clean environment

Dr. Susan Gallardo, professor of the Chemical Engineering Department, leads efforts for a cleaner environment, as one of the newly elected Board of Directors of the Philippine Chapter of the Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA).


An organization based in United States, AWMA-Philippines is committed to the promotion of a clean environment towards sustainable development. It is supported by the Partnership for Clean Air, various civil society groups, and the Environmental Management Bureau.

Gallardo has actively participated in the technical committee of the association. Since August, she has helped organize forums on the controversial Clean Air Act and also took part in the technical discussion of the bill.

Bernardo receives CHED research grant

College of Education Dean Allan Bernardo received a research grant from the Commission on Higher Education through the Office of Policy, Planning, Research, and Information-Research Division (OPPRI-RD).

The project, titled “Mathematics for Teachers’ Implicit Theories of Mathematics Learning and Instruction: Implications for Mathematics Achievement in Primary and Secondary Education,” intends to identify the conceptual structure of the implicit theories held by math teachers about math learning and instruction.

CED faculty give seminars on effective principalship

Dr. Rose Marie Salazar-Clemeña, University Fellow and professor of the Counselor Education Department, and Dr. Flordeliza Reyes, associate professor of the Educational Leadership Department, conducted seminars on effective principalship during the regional launches of the Gintong Ilawan Teodora Alonso Educator’s Award Program.

The program honors outstanding female principals of elementary and secondary schools. This year’s awards focus on principals of private elementary schools.

The regional launches, which was held from July to September, were implemented in partnership with the Department of Education, the Fund for Assistance to Private Education, and the Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities-Coordinating Council of Private Education Associations.

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