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UA&P lumahok sa 7th International Conference on Asian and Philippine Studies


Ibinahagi ni Dr. Moreal Camba ng Kagawaran ng Filipino ng UA&P ang kaniyang pananaliksik na pinamagatang “Ang Filipino Bilang Katutubo sa Manila Carnival (1908-1915): Ang Iba’t ibang Imahen ng Katutubong Filipino sa mga Retrato ng Ilang Piling Pahayagan sa Filipinas” sa ginanap na 7th International Conference on Asian and Philippine Studies (ICAPS) noong Mayo 30 hanggang Hunyo 1, 2024 sa Lungsod ng Baguio.

Layon ng ICAPS na makabigay ng espasyo sa mga nagpapakadaluhasa sa Araling Asya at Araling Pilipinas na maibahagi ang kanilang mga pananaliksik at makalikha ng mga propesyonal na ugnayan ng mga mananaliksik.

Ang ICAPS ay inorganisa ng Kolehiyo ng Malalayang Sining ng Pamantasang De La Salle – Maynila. 


Si Dr. Camba (nakasuot ng berde sa kanan) kasama ang iba pang mga nagbigay ng panayam. 

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Mental Health Talk for Parents


The Center for Student Affairs (CSA) - Office of Guidance and Counseling (OGC) is pleased to invite the UA&P parents, faculty, mentors, and staff to its mental health talk for parents this year entitled “Nurturing Bonds Through Emotionally Present Parenting.” The webinar will be held on June 15 (Saturday) from 9:00 am to 11:00 am via Zoom.

The resource speaker is Dr. Michele Alignay, an expert in family psychology, parenting the digital generation, and well-being and self-growth. The talk aims to empower the parents of college students with practical insights and strategies for fostering emotional presence and nurturing bonds. By equipping parents with tools to enhance their communication, understanding, and support for their college-going children, the talk seeks to strengthen family relationships, promote student well-being, and contribute to a positive and supportive college experience for all involved. 

The fee is PHP350 per participant. Interested participants can pre-register through this link (sign in via Google). 

Bank details:
Bank of the Philippine Islands
Account Name: University of Asia and the Pacific Foundation, Inc. (or University of Asia and the Pacific)
Account Number: 0201-0414-73

Kindly provide CSA-OGC a copy of the deposit slip or proof of payment, which you can upload in the registration form or send to [email protected] for issuance of an official receipt.

The UA&P PEER, the student arm of CSA-OGC, is also selling their merchandise ("Emotions Make Us Human" Journal notebook) for the webinar talk. You may pre-order through this link.

For other details and inquiries, please visit the CSA-OGC Facebook page or reach out to [email protected].


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Grant proposal writing workshop


The University Research Office (URO), in collaboration with SEMRI, SSE, and HRM, is pleased to invite the UA&P faculty and staff to a grant proposal writing workshop on June 19 (Wednesday) from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the PLDT Hall. 

The workshop, which forms part of the Institutional Development Program Cycle III, aims to provide the participants with the key principles underpinning the proposal writing process and a thorough understanding of the structure of the proposed model along with the essential elements required for a successful research proposal.

The workshop topics are as follows:

  • Introduction: Process of Writing a Grant or Proposal
  • Writing a Successful Proposal
  • Creating Timelines and Budgets
  • Keys to Successful Proposals and Grant Submissions
  • Drafting Proposal Synopsis and Next Steps

Light snacks will be served. Certificates will be issued to participants who will complete the workshop. 

Please register through this link by June 14 (Friday).

If you have any questions, email URO at [email protected] or message Ms. Chinky Uy at [email protected].


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Certificate program in Art-Science


UA&P CORE (Continuing Real-World Education), in partnership with the UA&P College of Arts and Sciences, is delighted to announce the launch of its certificate program in Art-Science. 

This innovative course draws upon the Art Studies methodology pioneered at the Getty Educational Institute in 1998. By integrating the arts with statistics, spreadsheets, and management models, it offers a unique approach to tackling complex business challenges and fostering innovation—particularly pertinent in what is often referred to as the Post-Google Generation (David Edwards, 2008).

As we navigate the Fifth Industrial Revolution, companies poised for exceptional success are those adept at harnessing both technological advancements and human creativity (Oxford Economics, 2021). Our program aims to engage professionals from business and STEM backgrounds in the humanities, recognizing its boundless capacity for ingenuity. By doing so, participants can enhance their decision-making, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills.

Enroll here to secure your slot.