Furthermore, the PSU Lingayen-Binmaley-Alaminos ROTC unit brought home the following awards: Best in Map Reading, Best in Military Courtesy and Discipline, Best in Marching Band, and Best in Assistant Commandants Briefing. Moreover, the PSU Lingayen-Binmaley-Alaminos ROTC unit promised to improve their over-all ranking and their individual awards next year.
Archive for March, 2016
An alumnus of PSU had not only created a name in the elite group of ASEAN Engineers and ASEAN Chartered Professional Engineers (ACPE) but also left a legacy in being an inspiration to his fellow EE students, community and country.
From being one of the notable alumni of the Electrical Engineering program, Engr. Edgar B. Bernardino had yet attained another milestone. A graduate of PSU-Urdaneta in 1992, Bernardino reiterated how PSU contributed a big part in achieving his success.
PSU President Dr. Dexter R. Buted, VP for Academic and Research Dr. Gloria Domantay, VP for Finance and Resource Generation Mrs. Maria Corazon Puzon, Director for Income Generating Projects Dr. Honorio Cascolan and researchers attended the Higher Education Summit on Academe-Industry-LGU Linkage for Coffee at Benguet State University in Baguio.
The three-day seminar was also participated by several state universities in Region 1 wherein resource speakers in the Philippines believed that the coffee industry can reduce poverty (Brillantes 2016, Tabanda, and Fongwan, 2016) and ensure food security (R. Rodolfo and Saguibo, 2016). Several agencies present during the summit included Regional Development Council (RDC), DOST, CAPE, DENR, LANDBANK and the SUCs who were the key implementers of the coffee programs to support the region’s Coffee Development Plan. The academe agreed to use their expertise and their resources for research to generate knowledge about coffee.
Lingayen – The voice of students has been heard after the first ever Unity Walk done in the history of Pangasinan State University on March 18 through the initiative of the student-leaders and PSUnians who believe and stand by the truth in support for the University President who has been the subject of issues and accusations lately pertaining to the involvement of the university in politics.
“Ito ay pagkukusa naming mga estudyante at bilang isang student lider, nais naming ipakita sa Pangasinan na ang PSU ay nagkakaisa sa puso, isip at sa gawa. Hindi kami naniniwala sa paninirang ibinabato sa kasalukuyang administrasyon at lalong lalo na sa mahal naming institusyon,” stated Mark Joel Aguila, a Bachelor of Science in Criminology student and the students’ representative in the Board of Regents.