With almost 100 participating schools all over the country, PSU qualified in the top 10 finalists who went head-to-head in a live cake decorating competition in a span of five hours in front of a live audience and a panel of judges composed of the leading authorities in the culinary arts industry held at The Block, SM North Edsa, Manila.
Archive for February, 2016
Lingayen, Pangasinan – The Sports Development and Physical Education Unit in participation with the Federated Student Government of Pangasinan State University together with the Table Tennis Association of the Philippines (TATAP) successfully took the wraps off of the first National Table Tennis Tournament held last February 6-7 at the PSU Convention Hall, Lingayen.
The two-day event set off with thrill and exhilaration participated by 400 athletes from different towns of Pangasinan, nearby provinces and other regions as far as Manila to vie in the 11 different categories of the tournament. The categories were as follows: singles category for the elementary students for both boys and girls from 12 years old and below; 18 years old and below for boys and girls category; singles for men and women in the college level category, men and women singles and doubles non-rank and the executive category for players 38 years old and above.
A PSU – Sta. Maria researcher, extensionist and IGP participant was awarded as the Most Outstanding Extensionist in the person of Professor Elisa S. Della, based on the result of screening done by the Philippine Association of Agri-vironment Educators and Entrepreneurs, Inc. (PASSAGE) Awards Committee during the 2016 PASSAGE Search for Outstanding Researcher and Outstanding Extensionist last February 4 through the 17th Biennial Convention and International Research Conference at SEARCA, Los Banos, Laguna.
Della was awarded with a Plaque of Recognition for her exemplary work in extension in promoting the generation of technology as well as the utilization and techno-demonstration of the organic fertilizer by the marginalized farmers, NGOs and POs such as cooperative officers and members in the rural areas.