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(From left): Coach Albert Ramos, swimmers Paula Yap, Tobias Suico, Bhazel Acac, Angelica Jem Verga, Joemer Aliman, and Juan Antonio Mendoza . Photo from Rene Estremera, UP Mindanao.
UP Mindanao’s Swimming Team won 14 gold medals, 6 silver medals and 5 bronze medals during the 80th Araw ng Dabaw Inter-School Swimming Competition at Ateneo de Davao University Matina Sports Complex on 1-2 April 2017.
Agribusiness Economics sophomore Juan Antonio A. Mendoza was declared “Most Outstanding Swimmer”.
Most Outstanding Swimmer Juan Antonio Mendoza. Photo from Rene Estremera, UP Mindanao.
Aside from Mendoza, the Maroon contingent was composed of Bhazel Acac (BS Food Technology), Angelica Jem …
Laying of the time capsule at the site of the Davao City-UP Sports Complex football field and track oval. Photo by Misael Bacani, UPSIO.
UP Mindanao (UPMin) held a brief groundbreaking ceremony for seven infrastructure projects and inaugurated the Davao City-UP (DC-UP) Sports Complex Multi-purpose Human Kinetics Building or Training Gym on February 3. The events took place after UPMin’s tribute to outgoing UP President Alfredo Pascual.
Of the new structures to be constructed, three are part of the 20-hectare DC-UP Sports Complex development: the Football Stadium (phase 2); the Football Field and Track Oval (civil works); and the Aquatics Center. Four …
UP President Alfredo Pascual wears the traditional garb of the Obu-Manuvu Tribe. It was given to him by five elders of the tribe to thank him for his initiative in ensuring livelihood opportunities for their people. Photo by Misael Bacani, UPSIO.
UP Mindanao (UPMin) held “Parangal para kay President Alfredo E. Pascual,” a tribute program for the outgoing UP president at the Lorenzo Hall, Administration Building on February 3, a week before the end of his term.
Sectors of the UPMin community honored Pascual in different ways. The College of Humanities and Social Sciences, through its BA Communication Arts students, created a …
BisKis, 1st Prize, Parol. Photo by Rene Estremera, UP Mindanao.
The Kasadya Parolan Christmas Lantern Parade and Celebration was successfully held on December 7 in UP Mindanao on the theme, “”Kaugalíngon, Tinúbdan sa Níndot nga Kausában: Átong Pagláum sa Karóng Kapáskuhan” (Self, the Source of Positive Change: Our Hope for this Christmas). The Mintal Elementary School Drum and Lyre and majorettes led the Parade and performed their competition routine and repertoire.
Parol Christmas Lanterns were paraded by University constituents and were individually presented in the Kasadya Christmas Program, alternating with the Kasadya Epic Dance Showdown and the Awarding Ceremonies.
Kappa Epsilon, 2nd Prize, …
Farmers of the Obu Manuvu indigenous people mix ingredients to make natural farm inputs in the training-workshop on natural farming technology held in the UP Mindanao Land Reservation in Marilog, Davao City. Photo by Rene Estremera, UP Mindanao.
Farmers of the Obu Manuvu indigenous people availed of a training-workshop on natural farming technology systems throughout October to November 3 in Sitio Ladi-an, Marilog District, Davao City.
The 40 farmers learned to make indigenous micro-organisms, fermented plant juice and fruit juice, fish amino acid, and natural insect attractants for use as inputs to farm production.
The ingredients that were used included rice, muscovado sugar, …
28 June 2016,
UP Mindanao Administration Building,
UP Mindanao graduating students of 2016, congratulations for a job well done. I am honored to have this opportunity to speak before you today, as we send you off to your next journey. There are many reasons to celebrate this big day but let me begin by reminding you that as graduates of UP Mindanao, you are special.
Even the location of your campus is special. It is an hour away from the bustling heart of Davao City and is surrounded by a landscape isolated from urban and commercial distractions. Students who come …
The UP Mindanao community raises its fists as it sings the university hymn UP Naming Mahal. Photo by Jun Madrid.
The University of the Philippines Mindanao opened at the crack of dawn for its 19th Commencement Exercises on June 28, 2016. Dr. Rogelio V. Cuyno, first UP Mindanao Chancellor, told Campus Planning and Development Head Ms. Cherrylyn F. Cabrera in an interview that the ceremony was set in the early hours of the morning to symbolize welcoming “a new day”, a new chapter for the graduating class.
The 20th president of the University of the Philippines, Alfredo E. Pascual, delivered the …
Incumbent UP Mindanao Chancellor Sylvia Concepcion was re-appointed to serve a second term by the UP Board of Regents in their 1314th Meeting held on 29 January. Her second three-year term begins on 1 March 2016. The appointment culminated the search process that began in September 2015.
In her vision paper, Chancellor Concepcion stated that, “Institutional strengthening of UP Mindanao will take priority, as a continuation of the development of a collegial culture. We need to be a learning organization, capable of self-correction and agile in adapting to the rapidly changing political and social landscape.”
On the positioning of UP Mindanao in …
UP Alumni Association-Davao announced elections for eight directors and fellowship on Nov. 30 through its Directors (seated, left-right) Trisha Lopena, Luz Gomez, Sylvia Concepcion (ex-oficio director), Marie Glenn Sorila, Benny Corcolon, and (standing, L-R) Michael Gatela, Joel Laserna (President), Ana Gualberto (Chair.), Marlouzel Mabunga, Janis Esparcia, Charmaine Valentin, Francisco Ramos, Roberto Puentespina, John Tria, and Yas Ocampo. Photo by Rene Estremera, UP Mindanao.
The search for the next U.P. Mindanao Chancellor is ongoing.
The qualifications for nomination for Chancellor are: commitment to academic freedom and the values and ideals of the University; distinction in the nominee’s field of expertise with a generalist …
In commemoration of the National Indigenous People’s Month, UP welcomes Manilakbayan 2015—a movement of victims of human rights violations from Mindanao who are peasants, workers, Lumads, Moros, women and children—that aims to bring the issues of Mindanao into the country’s political and economic capital.
The University of the Philippines supports the Lumad protest caravan through “Manilakbayan 2015: Kampuhan sa Diliman”. The university will host about 700 Lumads and Mindanaoans on its Diliman campus beginning on October 26, the day of the arrival of Manilakbayan in Metro Manila, to November 1.
With the bannering call: “Stop the Attacks on Our Schools, Communities and …