The contest is initiated to engage all members of the University of the Philippines Cebu Campus in designing a logo for its NSTP-CWTS program. It intends to showcase an innovative design that not only reflects the values of the institution as a public service university but also the Cebuano identity as a unique cultural community.
In this light, the following guidelines are drafted to keep the contest fair and accessible to all participants.
• The logo contest is open to all members of the University of Philippines Cebu Campus, including Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff, and REPS. • A participant is entitled to submit one entry only to give chance to varied ideas as much as possible. • Each entry must be the participant’s original work. • Each entry must not have been submitted in other contests or promotional fares. • Each entry must not have been used previously in whatever form to represent whatever entity or initiative.
The entries must be submitted to UP Cebu NSTP-CWTS official email: [email protected] for evaluation by the NSTP-CWTS Coordinator and Instructors. Entries must be in PNG or JPEG format and must include the full name, address, and contact number of the participants.
Criteria for winning entries are the following:
• Originality – the entry exhibits creativity and imagination in materializing the mission of UP Cebu NSTP-CWTS (30%)
• Relevance – the entry adheres and visualizes the UP Cebu NSTP-CWTS values and mission (40%)
• Aesthetic – the entry adheres with the UP visual identity guide and displays mastery in unifying aesthetic elements to create an appealing design (30%)
Prizes (include certificates and bragging rights): • First prize: P1,500.00 • Second Prize: P1,000.00 • Third Prize: P 500.00
The deadline for submission of entries is on May 28, 2021.
Winners shall be notified through email on May 31, 2021. The list of winners shall also be posted through the official FB page of UP Cebu NSTP-CWTS.
All entries would become the property of UP Cebu NSTP-CWTS. As such, they may be used by the office for purposes it deems legally fit.
The University of the Philippines (UP) Cebu Physical Education (PE) 2 Scrabble Team, known as the Dried Mango Warriors, won in the First Intercampus Scrabble Competition against UP Baguio PE 2 Scrabble Team.
The competition was organized by the two PE 2 professors; namely, Prof. Joan Grace Pacres (UP Cebu) and Prof. Ivy Inovero (UP Baguio). The said competition was held online, using the Scrabble Go app for two Saturdays (May 8, 2021 and May 15, 2021). Its objective is for the students to have a venue to collaborate and socialize with other students in the other campus and to have fun in between academic-related responsibilities.
Being a member of the Commission on Higher Education Region VII (CHEDRO VII) Regional Quality Assessment Team (RQAT), Prof. Joan Grace E. Pacres, a faculty member of the College of Social Sciences of the University of the Philippines Cebu, Physical Education (PE) Program, was invited by the Office of Institutional Quality Assurance and Governance (OIQAG) as one of the members of the Composite Team. The team is designated to conduct a remote validation of the Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology (DOSCST). This remote validation of DOSCST, with the main campus at Mati, Davao Oriental, is conducted for the conversion of the college into a state university by virtue of Republic Act (RA) 11033.
This is another recognition for the PE Program faculty member to be part of CHED’s composite team.
The UP Padayon Public Service Office is once again cordially inviting you, fellow faculty members, and REPS to submit applications to the 3rd Public Service Writing Fellowship from May 7 until May 31, 2021. The application packet may be downloaded from http://bit.ly/3rdPSWF-App.
As a regular program of UP Padayon, the Fellowship is a means to encourage UP faculty and REPS to document their public service initiatives in order to expand the scholarship of public service, especially in face of the challenges of the pandemic. A strong and healthy research culture in public service and extension will help the University fulfill its mandate and bring its services closer to its beneficiaries, institutional partners, and stakeholders. In this regard, successful Fellows will be participating in a virtual Writeshop on July 22-23, 2021 to help develop their public service and extension research.
Applications must be endorsed by your Unit Head, Dean or Vice Chancellor, and the Member of the System Committee on Public Service Monitoring and Reporting for your CU. Please find attached for your perusal the official poster, the Fellowship Guidelines, and the Application Form.
For further inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Charles Ramos via email at [email protected] or mobile phone at 0917 571 8886.
An Extramural with the College of Social Sciences (CSS), in collaboration with the Central Visayas Studies Center (CVSC), University of the Philippines Cebu, the Philippine Historical Association (PHA), the Philippine Sociological Society (PSS), and the International Sociological Association (ISA) RC47 and RC48, in commemoration of the 500th year of Magellan’s Landing in the Philippines. Extramural is on October 26-30, 2021.
Call for Papers
Antonio Pigafetta (1524:154-155) wrote in his “Primo viaggio intorno al mondo” (Magellan’s voyage around the world), that on March 16, 1521, Magellan signed a peace pact with Zugbu’s King Humabon. Along with this are Pigafetta’s testimonies on the first mass and material traits of residents of the island upon the first contact. Such was the historical fact that established how Spanish intervention commenced 500 years back. It puts the Island of Cebu (Zugbu) in the spotlight. Along with Pigafetta’s works were also published materials from known chroniclers namely: Pedro Chirino, Francisco Alzina, Antonio de Morga, Juan de la Isla, and Diego Aduarte among others. All these archival works stood to witness that Catholic-Hispanic institutions imposed variegated colonial rent-seeking strategies, namely: the repartimiento, polo y servicios, compras reales, tributos reales, indulto de comercio, hacienda-monopolio asukarera, tobacco, y abaca, etc.
The Spanish colonial past sustained 333 years of administration in the Philippines. And then, who could have thought that one day a Treaty of Paris will see Spain trade the country at $20 Million for the Americans to take control over the Philippine archipelago. We’ve been passed around from one colonial master to the other. Both cultural and ecological landscapes stood witness to how the nation is marred by a long history of colonial and neocolonial struggles.
At the moment the Global North and the Global South, although positioned on different poles, still share various social realities along related dimensions. Class divisions continue and the ruling classes often maintain close relationships with each other since they share similar living standards, regardless of whether they find themselves in the Global North or the Global South. The toiling classes both in the Global South and the Global North are exploited by the capitalist classes from both locations.
The grim past of colonialism leaves moral and colonial debts, as global neo-liberal policies in the field of trade and investments continue. Global trade pushes for contemporary forms of colonialism such as exploitation of populations in industries called “tourism”, mining and extractivism that devastate resources and biotopes, creating more damage than cultural and religious oppression, the infusion of haute finance into neo-liberal and global debt mechanisms, and the unequal trade and unequal labor relations expressed in the internationalization of the division of labor, among others. Given this pattern, the world order remains the same even after “political decolonization.” It appears that world powers are still allied to keep former colonies in the same coercive situation. Unless there is a greater and holistic resolve to redirect the plight of the poor and the exploited classes at a global scale, will it be possible for real change to take place? It is in this light that the College of Social Sciences in the University of the Philippines Cebu calls for a conference on the theme: Decolonial Perspectives: Reclaiming Our Rights as People in the Global South!
The conference invites paper presentations that shall bring about narratives on the historical experience as colonized sub-national or national territory able to reclaim its position in the greater realm of an independent nationstate. Likewise, it invites conversations and/or discourse on the relationship between the historical experience and the recent social, political, and economic dimensions of national-global realities. Furthermore, the conference shall articulate theoretical and methodological models that may be crucial in putting forward arguments, claims, and themes in decolonial and other Global Southern approaches. In this manner, the conference shall foster Global Southern knowledge production to de-territorialize, decolonize, de-stratify, and democratize social knowledge production. The conference aims to gather contributions that shall problematize and theorize on the fields of Social Sciences, Philosophy, and Humanities from the perspective of Global Southern Scholars.
We invite contributions rooted in Global Southern epistemologies, including decolonial, postcolonial, anticolonial and other perspectives, for varying sub-themes such as:
Women and gender relations
Power and resistance: The Filipino/Global South experience
Transnational Social Science and Humanities perspectives viewed from the Global South
Citizenship and Identities: The Filipino/Global South Experience
Filipino Art: Research, theory, and practice
Humanism and Visual Art: Research, Theory, and Practice
Language, Politics and Culture
Humanities and Social Science: Methodological and Epistemological Divides
Humanistic theory and relationship to pedagogies of teaching and learning
Religion and Philosophy: In the lens of Global Southern Scholars
Please also visit the UP High School Cebu Admission Test Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/UPCebuHSAT or call UP High School Cebu at (032) 232-8187 local 301 for the details of the application.
The UP Cebu College of Social Sciences (CSS), in collaboration with the Central Visayas Studies Center (CVSC), the Philippine Historical Association (PHA), the Philippine Sociological Society (PSS), and the International Sociological Association (ISA) RC47 and RC48, will hold a virtual international extramural on October 26-30, 2021. This is in commemoration of the 500th year of Magellan’s Landing in the Philippines.
The CSS calls for a conference on the theme: Decolonial Perspectives: Reclaiming Our Rights as People in the Global South. The conference invites paper presentations that shall bring about narratives on the historical experience as colonized sub-national or national territory able to reclaim its position in the greater realm of an independent nationstate. Likewise, it invites conversations and/or discourse on the relationship between the historical experience and the recent social, political, and economic dimensions of national-global realities. Furthermore, the conference shall articulate theoretical and methodological models that may be crucial in putting forward arguments, claims, and themes in decolonial and other Global Southern approaches. In this manner, the conference shall foster Global Southern knowledge production to deterritorialize, decolonize, de-stratify, and democratize social knowledge production. The conference aims to gather contributions that shall problematize and theorize on the fields of Social Sciences, Philosophy, and Humanities from the perspective of Global Southern Scholars.
The College of Social Sciences conducted an academic program improvement workshop for the development of the Master of Arts in Global Studies program last March 27, 2019 at UP Cebu Arts and Sciences Hall.
The event was attended by faculty members from the political science program in collaboration with academics from different colleges in the UP Cebu.
The activity aims to further develop the curriculum proposal for the MA Global Studies program.
The college targets to implement the program by the 3rd quarter of 2020.
The political science program of UP Cebu College of Social Sciences attended the social science quantitative research method training workshop by the Philippine Political Science Association (PPSA) at the University of San Jose Recoletos last March 22-23, 2019.
The UP Cebu College of Social Sciences was represented by Prof. Zenaida Ligan-Ashburn (Political Science Program Coordinator, Prof. Mae Claire Jabines, and Mr. Noe John Joseph Sacramento.
The training-workshop was facilitated by Prof. Ador Terneo, PhD, of the De la Salle University Jesse M. Rodbredo Institute of Governance.
The event aims to train and orient political science professors in the Visayas region with quantitative measures for research in political science.
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