[Blueboard] Asian Public Intellectuals - 2009 Awardees of Fellowships Program

API Fellowships Program - Philippines api at admu.edu.ph
Fri Feb 20 09:18:07 PHT 2009


ERRATUM: The Awarding Ceremony will be held on Sunday, 22 February 2009,
6:00 PM (not 23 February 2009)
 
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Ateneo Faculty and CORD Executive Director receives Asian Public
Intellectuals (API) Fellowship
 
The Nippon Foundation and the School of Social Sciences are pleased to
announce the recipients of the 2009 Asian Public Intellectuals (API)
Fellowships in the Philippines. The awarding ceremony will be held on
Sunday, 22 February 2009, 6:00 PM at the Ateneo Art Gallery, Ateneo de
Manila University. The Fellows for Grant Year 2009-2010 are:
 
API Senior Fellows
 
Dr. Arsenio M. Nicolas
Senior Lecturer, Department of Musicology, College of Music and
Archaeological Studies Program, University of the Philippines, Diliman
 
Atty. Soliman M. Santos, Jr.
Human Rights and IHL Lawyer / Peace Advocate / Book Author
 
Mr. Kidlat Tahimik
Independent Film Maker / Artistic Director, Sunflower Collection
 
 
API Fellows
 
Dr. Ramon Guillermo
Assoc. Professor, Department of Filipino and Philippine Literature,
College of Arts and Letters, University of the Philippines, Diliman
 
Dr. Ma. Regina Hechanova-Alampay
Assoc. Professor, Department of Psychology, Ateneo de Manila University;
Executive Director, Ateneo Center for Organization Research and
Development
 
 
Dr. Ma. Regina Hechanova-Alampay, is a faculty member of the Department
of Psychology, School of Social Sciences and Executive Directory of the
Ateneo Center for Organization, Research and Development. She will
travel to Indonesia and Thailand to work on her research project
entitled, "Winds of Changes: Globalization and Transformation in
Southeast Asian Organization".
 
Past grantees of the API Fellowships Program from the Loyola Schools
include Fr. Rene Pio Javellana, S.J., Dr. Cristina Montiel, Mr. Danilo
Francisco Reyes, and Dr. Elizabeth Eviota, and Mr. Joseph Salazar.
 
The API Fellowships Program also offered in Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia,
and Thailand,  seeks to build a pool of individuals willing to
articulate common concerns and propose creative solutions in the region.
These include academics, mass media professionals, artists, NGOs
activists, social workers, public servants and others committed to
improving society.
 
The Application Period for Grant Year 2010 - 2011 is from 1 June to 31
August 2009.  For more information on the API Fellowships Program, visit
www.api-fellowships.org
 
You may contact or visit our office:
G/FCenter for Community Services (CCS) Bldg., 
Social Development Complex, 
Ateneo de Manila Universityinazareno_api at admu.edu.ph
<mailto:Universityinazareno_api at admu.edu.ph> 
Tel. 426-6001 ext. 5205
Fax 426-1279
Email: api at admu..edu.ph <mailto:api at admu.edu.ph> 
 
Please address your inquiries to Ms. Reina Perez, Program Assistant or
Ms. Isabel Nazareno, Program Coordinator 
 
 
 
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