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CAS faculty members receive scholarships to pursue graduate studies

posted Nov 4, 2016, 11:42 PM by SLSU CAS   [ updated Feb 6, 2017, 1:21 AM ]
Faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences receive scholarships from national and international institutions to pursue their graduate degrees that will further equip the College and the University with experts in various fields.

The said faculty members are as follows:

Foreign Scholarship:

NICANOR L. GUINTO
The University of Hong Kong Postgraduate Scholar & CHED Partial Scholarship Support for Foreign Studies
To pursue the Joint PhD in Sociolinguistics and Discourse Analysis at the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR & King's College London, United Kingdom

Commission on Higher Education (CHED) K-12 Transition Local Scholarship:

First Batch:
BRIAN D. VILLAVERDE - PhD in Communication, University of the Philippines Diliman
KHRISTALYN V. FRAGINAL - PhD in Development Communication, University of the Philippines Los Banos
MARK PONCE - MA in Mathematics, University of the Philippines Diliman

Second Batch:
GINO CABRERA - PhD Psychology, Far Eastern University Manila
APRILLETTE C. DEVANADERA - PhD in Applied Linguistics, De La Salle University Manila
FLORABELLE QUERUBIN - Biology

The said scholars will be on full study leave during their normative study period. The scholarship package includes full tuition and miscellaneous fee reimbursement, travel and living allowance, and thesis assistance amounting to Php 50,000 for MA and Php 100,000 for PhD (for CHED-sponsored local scholarships).

In the case of CHED-sponsored scholarships, prior to the award of scholarship, the documents submitted by the nominees were first screened by an independent body of CHED. The scholarship opportunity is in response to the country's shift to a 12-year basic education curriculum which results in low to no enrolment in Colleges and Universities.

Scholarship recipients from the College comprise the largest percentage from those of other colleges or units of the University. 

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