[Blueboard] University News Update, May 15, 2015
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Fri May 15 11:39:07 PHT 2015
ASMPH’s Pugad Agila takes off
Students of the Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health (ASMPH) came
together on May 8, 2015 to celebrate and support Batch 2015 as they prepare
for the upcoming Physician Licensure Examinations.
ACSent and BPI Foundation sign MOA for Sinag challenge
Ateneo Center for Social Entrepreneurship (ACSent) and the BPI Foundation
have signed a memorandum of agreement for a business plan competition that
aims to capacitate emerging social entrepreneurs through cash prizes,
mentorship, and access to finance.
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Noted economist is SOSS’ new dean
The School of Social Sciences welcomes a new era under its newly appointed
dean, former Department of Economics chair Dr. Fernando “Nandy” T. Aldaba.
Atenean interns see law in action
Law School students Emmanuelle Nicole Valencia and Abraham Guiyab share
their experiences as interns and discuss the benefits of seeing the
practice of law in action.
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Discoveries: The Manila Observatory from 1865 - 1940
In celebration of its 150th anniversary, the Manila Observatory presents
three exhibitions of its rich history and enduring tradition of scientific
research in service of the community.
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Vine - God’s Word Today by Fr Jose Ramon T Villarin SJ
I’ve always wondered about seedless grapes or seedless watermelons. I mean,
they’re convenient and nice, but how do you keep them going? It must be by
some biogenetic magic that they keep showing up on our tables.
Reflections on inclusive and accessible learning - Blueboard by Alma Maria
One of the means of including persons who are differently abled (PDAs) in
learning is through universal design and accessible technology. Ateneo is
now working with the Institute on Disability and Public Policy for the
ASEAN Region (IDPP) to implement these on campus.
Low agricultural productivity detrimental to PHL economy - Eagle Watch by
Dr. Leonardo A. Lanzona, Jr.
One of the more prevalent features of growth is the movement of labor from
agriculture to other sectors, such as manufacturing and services. In the
more advanced economies, this transformation can be attributed to two
Why people continue to opt to work abroad - Eagle Watch by Alvin P. Ang,
As we heave sighs of relief after Mary Jane Veloso was given a reprieve, we
will still grapple with the reality surrounding her current predicament.
What this is essentially is a public trial of what is the government policy
on overseas work. Because the bottom line of all this is that she was
looking for work outside the country.
NCR is Palarong Pambansa high school division baseball champion; Ateneo’s
Macasaet is MVP
On May 9, NCR won the Palarong Pambansa baseball championship (high school
division) held in Tagum City, Davao del Norte. In addition, Juan Alvaro B.
Macasaet of J2015 won the tournament’s coveted Most Valuable Player (MVP)
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Lady Eagles' road to the championship, an MTV
An MTV of the Lady Eagles' road to dominance of the UAAP Season 77 Women's
Volleyball Championship WITH VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
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Ateneo celebrates with UAAP Season 77 Champions
Come join the bonfire as Ateneo celebrates with its athletes WITH VIDEO
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