By: Jeremy M. Gawongna
Commission on Higher Education – Cordillera Administrative Region (CHED-CAR) officials were invited as speakers in a seminar on Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) and Institutional Sustainability Assessment (ISA) on June 25 – 26, 2015 at the Ifugao State University (IFSU) Review Center.
CHED defines OBE as an approach that focuses and organizes the educational system around what is essential for all learners to know, value, and be able to do to achieve a desired level of competence. OBE is open to incorporating discipline-based learning areas that currently structure HEI curricula. Continue reading
Awarded with his exemplary contribution in the field of Agriculture, Raskin Taclan Timmangao (5th. from left), an IFSU sophomore BSA student who hails from Natonin, Mt. Province was recognized as an Outstanding Young Farmer of the Cordillera Administrative Region on May 21, 2015 during the 63rd Farm Youth (4-H) National Convention in Tagbilaran City, Bohol.
Timmangao received a certificate and a cash price. In an interview, Timmangao said that the theories he learned from the academe caught him higher where he should be and making him ahead of the rest. This only proves that the quality of education the academe provides is at par with other universities.
Gawad Saka Search is an annual undertaking of the Department of Agriculture aiming to give due recognition to farmers, fisher folks and people’s group who inspire others through their commendable contributions in the field of Agriculture.
Dr. Nancy Ann P. Gonzales
International research presentation is branding. Research as a type of technical writing is completed in its stages only if it presented and published. The cycle of writing from the conceptualization of the problem to its final phase brings to light its plus points aside from igniting the inspiration and passion among writers.
Research as reflected in the 2015-2017 strategic plan of IFSU targets a performance indicator of 30 presentations in international and national specifically for 2015. This poses a challenge for more researches to be presented especially in the international arena that create a higher credence to the university.
By: Jill B. Saquing
The Ifugao State University (IFSU) Food Court opened today marking an expanded selection of meals and snacks apt for students and employees.
Found at the heart of the Main Campus, the IFSU Food Court houses 6 stalls operated by private individuals offering varied choices of healthy meals and snacks at affordable prices. The IFSU Food Court replaces the Home Technology Canteen which previously occupied the whole expanse. The IFSU Food Court is a project activated and managed under the Income Generating Project (IGP). IGP is pursued by the institution as one of its major thrusts. It is currently headed by Mr. Nathaniel F. Dimog who was designated early this year. Dr. Serafin L. Ngohayon, University President, lead the IFSU employees to the Grand Opening and Blessing of the IFSU Food Court. Reverend Father Russel Habungan administered the consecration of the said new IFSU investment. In another story, newly occupied business stalls at the ground floor of the IFSU Hostel were also formally blessed by Rev. Fr. Habungan. The business stalls adjacent to the IFSU Commercial Building along the highway sell water and school supplies.
They are empowered by IFSU President Dr. Serafin L. Ngohayon to perform their respective functions in the pursuit of the university’s vision, mission, goals, and objectives.Continue reading
By: Jill B. Saquing
Students enrolling yet in the Ifugao State University (IFSU) may try their luck on this lone slot and chance to get by College through a scholarship.Continue reading
By: Jeremy M. Gawongna
The International Distance Education Accreditation League (IDEAL) Inc., in collaboration with Ifugao State University (IFSU), Palawan State University (PSU), and Euro College of Kumanovo, Macedonia hosted the International Conference on Outcomes-Based Education (OBE) and Transnational Education (TNE) on May 7 to 8, 2015 at Crown Legacy Hotel, Corner Montinola Street, Kisad Road, Baguio City.
The theme of the conference was, “One with ASEAN 2015”.
Commission on Higher Education (CHED) defines OBE as an approach that focuses and organizes the educational system around what is essential for all learners to know, value, and be able to do to achieve a desired level of competence. OBE is open to incorporating discipline-based learning areas that currently structure HEI curricula.Continue reading