Polytechnic University of the Philippines http://www.pup.edu.ph/ News and articles from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. Copyright 1998-2022 Polytechnic University of the Philippines. All rights reserved. en-ph Wed, 29 Jun 2022 17:28:44 GMT https://www.pup.edu.ph/rss/news/ PUPWebSite 10 InfoCore Engine 3.0 PUP Communication Management Office webmaster@pup.edu.ph IPMO, Mech Eng students develop local UV disinfection conveyor machine Melanie Jimenez, News, Communication Management Office <br/><p>Our Sintang Paaralan has been proactive to contributing to pandemic-led innovations. In addition to generating its own alcohol with virgin coconut oil, it is now fabricating an Ultraviolet (UV) Disinfection Conveyor Machine to help in the fight to contain the virus.</p> <p>The project was initiated by the Office of the Vice President for Research, Planning, and Development (OVPREPD) in collaboration with the Intellectual Property Management Office (IPMO). The UV disinfection machines were developed specifically to sterilize documents. These machines will be distributed to offices that consume and use significant amount of paper.</p> <p>“We plan to distribute the machines to crowded areas [in the university], like the accounting office, registrar’s office, and those areas that are receiving a lot of documents. Kasi madami pa ding opisina na gumagamit ng maraming papel at hindi pa naman tayo paperless. The main beneficiary of project is the PUP community [sic]” said Engr. Ginno Andres, project head and IPMO director.</p> <p>The idea for disinfectant machines came from a thesis paper written by mechanical engineering students who maximized the use of ultraviolet rays as disinfectants. The IPMO, with the assistance of its engineers and technical experts, built on this concept and designed machines to benefit the university. Engr. Andres said that the machines are user-friendly: each one comes with a manual to guide users through the settings.</p> <p>“Our mechanical engineering students kumbaga naboost ang kanilang morale with these innovations. Sila talaga ang nagfabricate nito; but my team, my engineers, and technical experts—Engr. Mark Manlapaz, and Engr. Helarch Anthony, were the ones who designed the machines.” said Engr. Andres.</p> <p>A total of 100,000.00 pesos served as the seed fund to design the machines. Currently, IPMO has produced seven units as a baseline for the project. The IPMO also plans to commercialize and mass produce the machines after more specifications are developed to make the machines more effective. A turn-over ceremony will also take place in the coming months to formally transfer ownership of the machines to the PUP Community.</p> <p><img alt="IPMO, Mech Eng students develop local UV disinfection conveyor machine" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/bvh6djW/2022-06-20-ipmo-mech-eng-students-develop-local-uv-disinfection-conveyor-machine.jpg" /></p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=aVjQS%2fks4Fw%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Mon, 20 Jun 2022 17:28:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=aVjQS%2fks4Fw%3d CROS spearheads wellness activity in Cabiao Gary Musa, News, Extension Management Office <br/><p>Over 100 beneficiaries from two barangays in Cabiao, Nueva Ecija joined and benefitted from the wellness activity organized by the PUP Extension Management Office last June 7-8. The Community Relations and Outreach Services (CROS) arm of the EMO spearheaded this activity comprised of a wellness talk and various wellness activities.</p> <p>CROS Chief, Aira Austria, discussed the importance of physical activities in the time of the pandemic. She also emphasized the importance of parents keeping in touch with their children as the pandemic has brought challenges to mental health, especially to the teens.</p> <p>Dennis Pongco, Chairman of Barangay San Roque, thanked the University for this effort: “We are thankful for the PUP personnel who have given us a reminder on physical health that is a big help to our Barangay.” Barangay Sta. Ines is the other barangay which benefitted from the program.</p> <p>This activity is part of the University’s Lingap Komunidad, the flagship outreach program of our Sintang Paaralan. Other face-to-face extension activities are gradually being implemented given lighter mobility restrictions amid the pandemic. Still, the University remains vigilant in actively following health and safety protocols in all of its community outreach and engagement programs.</p> <p><img alt="CROS spearheads wellness activity in Cabiao" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/T0V7Dy0/2022-06-20-cros-spearheads-wellness-activity-in-cabiao.jpg" /></p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=Bm%2bFS%2bOfVgg%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Mon, 20 Jun 2022 17:28:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=Bm%2bFS%2bOfVgg%3d Ramon Segismundo, 1-HRX Singapore CEO, is new PUP professorial chairholder in business Dr. Cindy F. Soliman, News, College of Business Administration <br/><p>Dr. Ramon B. Segismundo is the new Professorial Chairholder in Business, with the University leadership welcoming him through a Ceremonial Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) Signing last June 10, via Zoom. University President Dr. Manuel Muhi led the ceremony and expressed his gratitude to Dr. Segismundo for joining Sintang Paaralan’s growing pool of experts.</p> <p>“We are thankful to Dr. Segismundo for his commitment to education and innovative business thinking. We look forward to his professorial lectures here at our Sintang Paaralan. I hope that the whole PUP community supports this initiative and I am confident that we would be learning a lot from our business expert,” President Muhi shared.</p> <p>Dr. Segismundo’s extensive experience in business and human resources served as his stepping stone to establish 1HRX, a Singapore-based business and human resources consulting company aiming “to bridge the transfer of Next Human Resources Practices between Singapore, the Philippines, ASEAN, India, and the US West Coast.” His advocacy is to create and facilitate “conditions for innovation and transformation in companies, communities and countries.”</p> <p>Before his Singapore venture, Dr. Segismundo served as Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer of Meralco and as President of Meralco Academy. He is also a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) alumnus from the Singapore Management University (SMU).</p> <p>The online agreement signing was witnessed by PUP officials which include Assistant to the Vice President for Student Services Engr. Florinda Oquindo, Head Executive Assistant Asst. Prof Anne Clarisse De Leon and Dr. Cindy F. Soliman, the Subcommittee Chair for Professorial Chairholder in Business and Finance.</p> <p>A Professorial Chair is a distinction conferred to members of the academe or private individuals recognized nationally and internationally as among the top figures in their respective areas of specialization, and who have demonstrated a sustained high level of scholarly (i.e., research, professional, creative) accomplishments. Dr. Segismundo’s Professorial Chairholder Lecture series is tentatively scheduled in October 2022.</p> <p><img alt="Ramon Segismundo, 1-HRX Singapore COO, is new PUP professorial chairholder in business" src="https://i.ibb.co/hVn3Wg0/2022-06-20-ramon-segismundo-1-hrx-singapore-coo-is-new-pup-professorial-chairholder-in-business.jpg" /><br /> <sub><strong>Photo source:</strong> 1-HR.X Pte. Ltd. website. https://onehrx.com/#about</sub></p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=vq2Z7eYpTqE%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Mon, 20 Jun 2022 17:27:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=vq2Z7eYpTqE%3d DENR, PUP collaborates for continuing education Princess Diane Palma, Edrele Manayan, News, Communication Management Office <br/><p>Sintang Paaralan collaborated with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) to offer Certificate Courses in Financial Management and in Human Resource Management for the agency’s employees. University President, Dr. Manuel M. Muhi and DENR Secretary Jim O. Sampulna formally inked the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) last June 13, at the DENR Function Room in Visayas Avenue, Quezon City.</p> <p>“We are very much delighted and grateful for DENR, for considering PUP as your partner in developing the human resources of your department. We are very much open for other forms of collaboration to further developing the manpower of DENR,” President Muhi said in his speech.</p> <p>The program aims enhance and develop the 25 qualified DENR employees’ competencies and leadership skills, with the necessary knowledge and skills in Human Resource Management. The course will cover two full semesters with nine units each, from July 2022 to July 2023, granting a one day privileged “off for online classes” preparation. The certificate courses will be offered in the PUP Open University – Institute of Continuing Professional Development (ICPD).</p> <p>Under the DENR Local Scholarship Program, a total amount of PhP 366,250.00 will be allotted to cover the cost of tuition, miscellaneous, and other fees of its chosen employees. The whole program is part of DENR’s 35th Founding Anniversary Celebration.</p> <p>Several officials present during the MOA signing include DENR Undersecretary Atty. Ernesto D. Adobo Jr., Undersecretary; Dr. Guillermo O. Bernabe, Director of the Institute of Non-Traditional Study Program and Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program (INE); Dr. Rosemarie Beth Dizon, Director of the Institute of Open and Distance Education (IODE); Dr. Evangelina S. Seril, Director of the Institute of Continuing Professional Development (ICPD); Dr. Florenda S. Frivaldo, Program Chair of Master in Public Administration (IODE); and Prof. Ricoh Herbolario, Administrative Staff (IODE).</p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=M567dCn%2bsWE%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Thu, 16 Jun 2022 15:22:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=M567dCn%2bsWE%3d DepEd-Manila, PUP sign third phase of "CETV Caravan Para sa Maynila" Jan Gael V. Francisco, News, College of Communication <br/><p>The College of Communication (COC) and the Graduate School (GS) signed the third phase of the CETV Caravan para sa Maynila last June 10 at Manila Education Center, Arroceros Park, City of Manila. It intends to mentor and train secondary, senior high school, Alternative Learning System (ALS) learners and teachers though trainings and workshops that will improve their skills in scriptwriting and producing instructional video materials.</p> <p>More than 294,000 learners and an estimated 11,000 Manila teachers are expected to benefit from these desirable changes, as indicated in the MOA signed by PUP Vice President for Research, Extension, and Development (VPRED) Dr. Anna Ruby Gapasin and DepEd Manila Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Maria Magdalena Lim.</p> <p>This extension project began before the pandemic as spearheaded by the Department of Broadcast Communication (DBC) and DepEd Manila. Challenges such as limited platforms available for all involved stakeholders were present, but these did not deter the engagement from being pursued and successfully implemented.</p> <p>Extension Management Office Director Dr. Rolan Malvar representing OVPRED, Graduate School Associate Dean Dr. Marion Cresencio, College of Communication Dean Dr. Hemmady Mora, Department of Broadcast Communication and Master of Communication Chairperson Prof. Kim Bernard Fajardo, Faculty Extensionists Dr. Aimee Rose Manda and Dr. Edna T. Bernabe and officials from DepEd Manila joined the MOA Signing.</p> <p><img alt="DepEd-Manila, PUP sign third phase of CETV Caravan Para sa Maynila" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/BNHC3wQ/2022-06-14-deped-manila-pup-sign-third-phase-of-cetv-caravan-para-sa-maynila.jpg" /></p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=xNo3SOAkpWw%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Tue, 14 Jun 2022 19:00:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=xNo3SOAkpWw%3d A crown of firsts- Miss Global 2022 is PUPian Angelo Acedera, News, Communication Management Office <br/><p>Shane Quintana Tormes, College of Tourism, Hospitality, and Transportation Management (CTHTM) alumna, is this year’s Miss Global, the first Filipina beauty to take home the crown. Coronation was held last Saturday, June 11 at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center in Bali, Indonesia.</p> <p>The Pinay beauty also won Best Talent Award. Shane represented the Philippines against 72 other candidates. She previously competed in the Miss Philippines Earth 2020 contest representing Atimonan, Quezon and Binibining Pilipinas.</p> <p>In a recent Instagram post, Shane encouraged women to pursue the goals they had set for themselves, “Always be FEARLESS in the pursuit that sets your soul ON FIRE.”</p> <p><img alt="A crown of firsts- Miss Global 2022 is PUPian" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/89VCpX5/2022-06-14-a-crown-of-firsts-miss-global-2022-is-pupian.jpg " /><br /> <sub><strong>Photo source:</strong> CONGRATULATIONS! PH’s Shane Tormes crowned #MissGlobal2022. #MissGlobal. (2022, June 11). ABS-CBN News Facebook Page. https://www.facebook.com/abscbnNEWS/posts/pfbid0w6ng1Duhqk5HRuQvRYxpCipFDQGteGbHnqPkbwKXchRraa4R37VmmrQW6UCRuXpSl</sub></p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=Lj7XSmoMBwc%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Tue, 14 Jun 2022 18:39:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=Lj7XSmoMBwc%3d CPALE topnotcher- "Choose your battles" Cristina Arcega, News, PUP Campus Journalists <br/><p>Despite having numerous struggles during the preparation, Yanna Jillianne Beriarmente Cruz, a topnotcher of the May 2022 Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination (CPALE), has chosen her battles to lessen the distraction and solely focus on her true goal – to become a CPA.</p> <p>“Hindi magiging efficient and effective ang performance natin at hindi rin po tayo magiging productive if our body and mind is not in a good condition,” she said.</p> <p>Cruz, a Polytechnic University of the Philippines alumna, ranked 2nd in the coveted CPALE with an overall rating of 88.17%.</p> <p>She was among the 990 passers out of the 4,442 examinees (22.29%) who took the exam last May 22-24 which was administered by various test centers nationwide led by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC). The results were published on the official site of the Commission last June 1.<br />  </p> <p><strong>Support as the backbone of success</strong></p> <p>The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic left an impact on the lives of all Filipinos, including Cruz. The uncertainty of the CPALE schedule as well as the new normal for all conduct of licensure examinations was one of Cruz’s significant challenges during her preparations.</p> <p>“My biggest struggle is reviewing during this pandemic with so much uncertainty. Hindi ko po kasi alam if ’yung pinaghahandaan ko is matutuloy ba or maca-cancel na naman?” Cruz expressed as she recalled the setbacks she faced due to the pandemic.</p> <p>“Ang hirap po kasi, parang instead na nag-aral ako, sana nagtrabaho na lang po ako. Parang pakiramdam ko po, ang daming oras, pera at efforts ang nasasayang kung hindi na naman matutuloy ang CPALE. Pero thanks be to God po at nakaraos din po ako sa ganitong sitwasyon,” she added.</p> <p>The motivation and endless support she gained from her family helped her withstand all the challenges. Additionally, it was the admiration that she felt for her professors and reviewers that propelled her resolve to do well in the examination.</p> <p>It was also the excellence and passion of their instructors to aid her and her fellow students that became her inspiration and the backbone of her success in becoming a top-notch CPA.<br />  </p> <p><strong>Journey to the top</strong></p> <p>As a PUPian who earned her degree in Accountancy in May 2019, Cruz did not expect to not only pass the CPALE but also to place among the top ten successful examinees. She was elated by the event and burst into tears of joy with her family as all of her doubts about failing the exam receded.</p> <p>“I can’t contain my happiness. Pinuntahan ko po agad ang sister ko tapos umiyak ako [nang] umiyak sa sobrang saya! Hindi ko po talaga ineexpect. Sa totoo lang po, akala ko po talaga nung una ay babagsak ako dahil sobrang nahirapan po ako sa isang subject namin. Sobrang worried po ako dahil sa subject na yun,” she shared.</p> <p>She also spoke about her experiences as she prepared for the exam. Cruz stated that she could not afford to fall sick during those times. She emphasized the importance of having a conditioned body and mind in order to be efficient and productive.</p> <p>Cruz plans to further enhance her professional skills in auditing after bagging her license. She is presently working as an audit associate in an auditing firm.<br />  </p> <p><strong>A tip for aspiring CPAs</strong></p> <p>As a fellow Iskolar ng Bayan, Cruz encouraged other students who aspire to become a CPA. She highlighted that it is a benefit for life that one may attain from acquiring the title of CPA after all the sacrifices and hard work exerted for it.</p> <p>“Make sure to condition your mind and body all throughout your preparation for the exam. It is almost certain that you will encounter other challenges and temptations that will waste your time during your review so you have to prepare yourself for that,” she advised.</p> <p>“The preparation will only last for 5-6 months but it will benefit you for your entire life. Kaya give your all na during the preparation and talagang there will be sacrifices. If it’s God’s will, ibibigay nya sa inyo ang title na CPA. Fighting!”</p> <p><img alt="CPALE topnotcher- Choose your battles" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/VSrZqDr/2022-06-14-cpale-topnotcher-choose-your-battles.jpg" /><br /> <sub><strong>Photo source:</strong> Maglipon, Kristian Denise (2022, June 2). PUP Manila graduate ranks 2nd in May 2022 CPALE. JPIA Link. https://pupjpiamnllink2022.wixsite.com/jpialink/post/pup-manila-graduate-ranks-2nd-in-may-2022-cpale</sub></p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=WJVgZt%2bChR8%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Tue, 14 Jun 2022 17:37:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=WJVgZt%2bChR8%3d Joint project between PUP and NCCA organizes two-day webinar on digital technology and documentary heritage Melanie Jimenez, News, Communication Management Office <br/><p>Digital technologies are valuable tools for preserving cultural heritage. With their increasing importance in the field of archiving, there is a need to broaden and strengthen the application of these digital tools in order to make them more generally available and effective.</p> <p>Towards this end, the Philippine Documentary Heritage held a two-day webinar series on Digital Archiving in celebration of the National Heritage Month with the theme, “Digital Technology and Documentary Heritage,” last May 20 and 27.</p> <p>A discussion from Assistant Professor Paul Jason Perez from the University of the Philippines, Diliman was featured on May 20. He stressed the ramifications of our growing reliance on digital technology and how we might deal with it by expanding awareness on the ethics of digital archiving, particularly web-archiving. He explained that websites and social media have become prominent media for archiving information.</p> <p>With the rise of social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook, archivists must also focus on providing voices to groups in need of representation. He also emphasized the importance of Philippine institutions and communities becoming mission-centered in their web-archive curation.</p> <p>“Web-archiving is no longer viewed as something that can be done separately; this should be in collaboration with the community you are archiving, communities that need to be heard, their stories and truths are likewise valid, and we must preserve their voices [sic],” Perez said.</p> <p>The second offering of the Digital Technology and Documentary Heritage series explored the possibilities of the archive and archival work in the artistic and personal practice of a transdisciplinary artist and researcher.</p> <p>On May 27, insights on some of the tools, methods, learning resources, and even examples of archiving as a mode of thinking and doing were discussed. Dr. Diego S. Maranan, dean of the Faculty of Information and Communication Studies at the University of the Philippines Open University talked about “Archiving as Artistic and Personal Practice: Tools, Methods, Examples, and Learning Resources.”</p> <p>Dr. Maranan discussed his works, as a transdisciplinary artist and researcher. These range from investigating how digital technologies are changing the way humans move and perceive human movement to co-creating socially engaged art installations that foster symbiotic relationships between plants, computers, and people. He encouraged everyone to get involved in the field of archiving as everyone can play an active role in preserving our cultural and historical heritage.</p> <p>“Archiving is something all of us can do, not just professional librarians and archivists although their support is something very important in order to create useful, complete and usable archives,” Dr. Maranan quipped.</p> <p>In his closing remarks for the webinar series, Arnulfo Junio, Head of the National Committee on Archives at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, invited all cultural professionals and artists to participate on the various 2023 NCCA competitions and activities.</p> <p>The webinar is part of PHDH, an ongoing collaborative research project between the Polytechnic University of the Philippines and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. It is a valuable effort towards “collecting, preserving, and giving access to creative works, accounts, and manifestations of experiences of the arts and culture sector” during the pandemic. It offers a unique way to “inform researchers, academics, scientists, policymakers, and other stakeholders about the extent and diverse ways the pandemic impacted the sector.” To learn more about the project, you may visit and like their <a href="https://www.facebook.com/PHDHDigitalRepository" target="_blank">Facebook Page</a>.</p> <p><img alt="Joint project between PUP and NCCA organizes two-day webinar on digital technology and documentary heritage" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/ZfknmpJ/2022-06-08-joint-proj-between-pup-and-ncca-organizes-two-day-webinar-on-digi-tech-n-docu-heritage-1.jpg" /></p> <p><img alt="Joint project between PUP and NCCA organizes two-day webinar on digital technology and documentary heritage" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/3FRwBnR/2022-06-08-joint-proj-between-pup-and-ncca-organizes-two-day-webinar-on-digi-tech-n-docu-heritage-2.jpg" /></p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=EB05IckQ52w%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Wed, 08 Jun 2022 15:40:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=EB05IckQ52w%3d BSA students triumph in EXCEED 2022 Kryztal Mae Pasco, News, College of Accountancy and Finance <br/><p>A group of BS in Accountancy students bagged the championship in the finals round of the EXCEED Business Case Competition, held last May 28, 2022, with the theme “Recalibrating the Norm: Augmenting Integrity and Business Synergy.”</p> <p>The champion team from PUP Manila, Team Tanglaw, battled the elimination, semi-finals, and finals to become the next business case champions. Tanglaw is comprised of Romielle Aragon, Daniel Terencio, and Ren Gabriel Velasco. They also received Best in Written Proposal during the competition.</p> <p>The goal of the Business Case Competition is to put participants’ talents and abilities to the test in a variety of strategic areas. They were placed in different scenarios which required them to use principles gained during their undergraduate program. Deloitte Philippines, industry-leading audit and assurance and financial consulting company, sponsored the competition.</p> <p>EXCEED 2022 is organized and hosted by the premier professional organization for accountancy students in De La Salle University, Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants - De La Salle University-Manila Chapter (JPIA-DLSU). It is the organization’s biggest event for Business Student Leaders that aims to heighten accountability and transform business minds into opportunity-seeking and critical ones.</p> <p><a href="https://www.facebook.com/DLSUEXCEED/photos/pcb.3195583744013161/3195583697346499" target="_blank"><img alt="BSA students triumph in EXCEED 2022" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/GdTY3h7/2022-06-06-bsa-students-triumph-in-exceed-2022.jpg" /></a></p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=eAOBwQ4qTOM%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Mon, 06 Jun 2022 17:11:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=eAOBwQ4qTOM%3d RIST Herbarium holds workshop on tree naming and labelling of perennial flora Ryan Labana, News, Center for Integrated Community Sciences Research <br/><p>The Polytechnic University of the Philippines together with the Philippine Institute of Environmental Planners (PIEP) NCR Chapter held a capacity building activity titled “Pagtatanghal sa ating mga Punong Kaibigan: A Tree Naming and Labelling Workshop of the Perennial Flora at Parish Churches of Metro Manila”. It was commenced at Saint John the Baptist Church, Pinaglabanan, San Juan City last May 28, under the leadership of Dr. Armin S. Coronado, Director of the Research Institute for Science and Technology (RIST).</p> <p>Participants include church members and workers who learned about the parts of the plant, the general plant groups and forms, and the various importance of plants. Prof. Ma. Eleanor C. Salvador, PUP Herbarium head curator and Prof. Christine Joy S. Luna, PUP Herbarium curator led the morning session lectures.</p> <p>A brief tour in the vicinity of Saint John the Baptist Church allowed participants to identify the collection sites and be briefed on basic plant collection, preservation, and documentation. They were also given the opportunity to undertake actual collection and processing of plant specimens during the afternoon workshop. The actual collection, documentation and preservation of plant specimens were guided faculties-in-charge and BS Biology major in Botany students.</p> <p>The total number of collected specimens, their characteristics, and their identifications are being verified in the PUP Herbarium. These will be used for the planned exhibit to be conducted on June 2022 at the Saint John the Baptist Church.</p> <p>In her closing remarks, Dr. Ibylou B. Golla, representative of the PIEP and a PUP Herbarium curator, emphasized the need to fully support these kinds of initiatives from a broad coalition of organizations “to ensure the sustainability of our ecosystem.” The awarding of certificates to the participants culminated the workshop.</p> <p><img alt="RIST Herbarium holds workshop on tree naming and labelling of perennial flora" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/fMWjqMR/2022-06-03-rist-herbarium-holds-workshop-on-tree-naming-and-labelling-of-perennial-flora-1.jpg" /></p> <p><img alt="RIST Herbarium holds workshop on tree naming and labelling of perennial flora" class="image image-full" src="https://i.ibb.co/pz0gtVR/2022-06-03-rist-herbarium-holds-workshop-on-tree-naming-and-labelling-of-perennial-flora-2.jpg" /></p> <br/><a href="http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=Y2NVZd5H3xo%3d">View this article in PUPWebSite</a> Fri, 03 Jun 2022 10:37:00 GMT http://www.pup.edu.ph/news/?go=Y2NVZd5H3xo%3d