ASIST’s goal is to soar and be at par with the various HEIs and Colleges in the province. As the lone State College in the province, it never stopped taking its path on the local, regional, and national grounds. Now, its name gradually roars globally.
The Institution received a 201-300 University Ranking in the Commission on Higher Education's (CHED) 2023 World Universities Real Impact (WURI). The VPAA, Dr. Noel Begnalen, and the Director of International Affairs, Mrs. Patricia Benedito, head the institution's WURI Team. Deputy Research Director on Creative Works Dr. Alexis Arizabal-Enriquez, Document Controller, Michael Vene Abalos, QA Director Dr. Christopher John Llanda, Dr. Maria Rebecca Talledo, CIMD Director, Robinson Fabito, Coordinator for Student Services, Reymond S. Vasquez, Associate Dean Graduate School are among the other members of the team.
This two-day writeshop highlighted the inputs gathered from the WURI Team as they discussed with the participant-writers the SDGs focus on the institution, criteria for the evaluation of WURI entries: its categories, and visibility strategies, template for WURI, and how entries are evaluated.
Success stories were shared by CAFC faculty namely: Ms. Kae Ann Marie Balingit on “ Technology Promotion on Oyster Mushroom Cultivation as an Additional Income for Displaced Workers and Farmers Affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic”, and Mrs. Dina Tadeo on “ Capacitating Native Chicken raisers in Abra with Science and Technology Interventions as Additional Source of Income during the Pandemic.”.
The writeshop was successfully instigated through the writer-participants: Mark Kevin Apuado, Michaela Isabelle Tubia, Fritz Correa, Joventino Trinidad, Von Ameri Escobar, Irene Claire Herida, Patrick Lopez, Lei Xandra Mei Pabico, Ginie Montero, Donna Joy Valdez, and Dr. Ghia Tordil. Deans, Directors, and Coordinators were also invited to partake in the activity as sources of ample data. Source: Dr. Alexis A. Enriquez, Deputy Research Director on Creative Works
Ms. Kae Ann Balingit elucidates her study on “Technology Promotion on Oyster Mushroom Cultivation as an Additional Income for Displaced Workers and Farmers Affected by the Covid-19 Pandemic”.
Mrs. Dina Tadeo illuminates minds with the MMSU Bolinao native chicken in her study, “Capacitating Native Chicken raisers in Abra with Science and Technology Interventions as Additional Source of Income during the Pandemic.”.
The Associate Dean of the Graduate School, Reymond Vasquez explicates his topic on how WURI entries are evaluated.
Dr. Maria Rebecca Talledo, CIMD Director shares with the participants the SDGs focus on the Institution.
Categories B2- funding and B5- culture/values with the WURI Team, Mrs. Patricia Benedito, and her members Mr. Kevin Apuado and Mrs. Michaela Isabelle Tubia.
We can do this! The participant-writers seriously embrace the challenge for ASIST and commit themselves to WURI endeavors.