Seminar-workshop on "Self and Story"
The Humanities Program invites UA&P students to "Self and Story," a seminar-workshop for junior and senior high school students and UA&P college students on June 3 (Saturday) from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
The seminar-workshop aims to help participants enhance their composure, self-expression, and digital persona through literature and philosophy. The topics and speakers (all from the College of Arts and Sciences) are as follows:
Acquiring Confidence, Clarity, and Composure through Literature
Say goodbye to stage fright with this seminar-workshop that explores the transformative power of literature. Beyond its ability to sharpen the mind, literature can foster genuine confidence, composure, and clarity, enabling you to be eloquent and graceful under pressure.
Mrs. Meryl Kei Cariaga Hernandez
Digital Intersubjectivity: Relationality for Digital Natives
Through a hands-on lecture dialogue, participants will reflect on how to lead authentic human lives through digital tools.
Ms. Christina Morales
The Joy of Writing Sentences
In the age of social media, there is a great but unspoken joy in reading sentences. In this workshop, Joem Antonio will explain and demonstrate the power of sentences and how to harness that power to your advantage.
Dr. Joachim Antonio
The registration fee is inclusive of lunch, afternoon snacks, certificate, and materials.
Non-UA&P students - Php1,000.00
UA&P students - Php800.00
Those who wish to attend may register here.