UNIVERSITY MEET, Nov. 17-19 at CSU Carig Campus Tuguegarao City
RDET STRATEGIC PLANNING WORKSHOP, Nov. 13-14, Kangaroo Resort, Gonzaga, Cagayan
REGIONAL SCUAA OLYMPICS, Dec. 4-7, Batanes State College
SCUAA NATIONAL OLYMPICS, Feb. 8-15, 2015, CSU Tuguegarao
CSU BOARD OF REGENTS MEETING, Dec. 11, CHED National Office Manila
Officials of CSU met with the executives of an information technology company engaged in information management system at CSU Carig on Nov. 18 for a short orientation on the company's products and services.
The team led by CSU President Dr. Romeo R. Quilang and the campus executive officers witnessed a short presentation of Mr. Sid C. Padpad, general manager of Web Code IT Solutions, and Mr. Elias Inez, vice president for sales and marketing of Infinite Power Solutions, Inc., on their company's "Integrated School Management Solutions and Personnel Management, Attendance and Payroll Solutions" (ISMSPMAPS) service.READ MORE
The Research and Development, Extension and Training Office (RDET) of the Cagayan State University is all set for the First Association of State College and Universities - Solid North (ASCU-SN) Research and Innovation Conference to be held on Dec. 4-5 at Ivory Hotel and Suites, Buntun, Tuguegarao City.
Themed as "Sustaining Excellence in ASCU in the Solid North Through Multi-Disciplinary Research and Innovations," the conference aims to present and disseminate research and development outputs for utilization and commercialization.READ MORE
CSU's mantra 'Educating for the Best' became a living legacy when two CSU-Andrews graduates landed in the top 10 list of passers of the August 17, 2014 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET).
The result was announced by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board for Professional Teachers (BPT) on Oct. 27, 2014.
A total of 25,301 elementary teachers out of 70,786 examinees (35.74 percent) and 26,767 secondary teachers out of 77,803 examinees (34.40 percent) passed the exam.READ MORE
The leadership of the Cagayan State University is supporting President Aquino's new reform framework that promotes transparency and accountability and that supports the Government Integrated Financial Management Information System (GIFMIS).
CSU President Dr. Romeo R. Quilang sent seven members of the academe to attend the orientation on this new structure titled "Unified Accounts Code Structure" (UACS) for state colleges and universities of Region 2 on Nov. 24-26 at Isabela State University (ISU) Echague Campus.READ MORE
The 'Touchstone,' the official school publication of the Cagayan State University Sanchez Mira Campus, hosted the 1st Northwestern Cagayan Secondary Schools (NWCSS) Press Conference on Nov. 24-26.
Dr. Allan O. Dela Cruz, campus publication adviser, said the conference bearing the theme, "Advocating Social Awareness through Journalistic Sensitivity" aimed to promote the significance of campus journalism among high school students.READ MORE
CSU Vice President for Research and Development, Extension and Training Dr. Jose Guzman visited Malaysia on Oct. 29-Nov. 1 to explore the possibility of setting up of a state-of-the-art engineering laboratory in the University and to establish international research collaboration.
Envisioning CSU to be a globally competitive University spurring world class innovations through research, Dr. Guzman, while in the said country, attended a rigorous training on SPECIM Hyperspectral Imaging System Training for Research and Development in Food Quality and Safety Evaluation at the Universiti of Kuala Lumpur- MITEC in Johor.READ MORE
The enrollment process for the second semester at CSU Calayan Academic Extension Program (CAEP) went smoothly as expected, a university official said Tuesday, Nov. 18.
Dr. Josephine Alejo, CAEP head, said the successful registration resulted in the admission of at least 115 students to the University through the CAEP.READ MORE
CSU Lasam (CSU-L) snatched its first crown in the 2014 Cheerdance Competition, Monday, Nov. 17, at CSU Carig's Red Eagle Gymnasium, this year's venue of the University Meet.
CSU-L Sparrows put on a scintillating performance, wowing the crowd with their native Vietnamese-themed routine peppered with highly complicated stunts, tosses and pyramids. (See related photos on the first issue of 'The Quill', official newsletter of the University Meet 2014, and related video on Youtube).READ MORE
Sports and socio-cultural games at the annual University Meet of the Cagayan State University kicked off Monday, Nov. 17, at CSU Carig Campus.
With the theme "CSU: One Vision, One Roadmap and One response through Sports and Socio-Cultural Activities," the meet, which involves sports enthusiasts of the eight campuses that make up CSU, started with the celebration of the Holy Mass at the Red Eagle Gymnasium with presider, Fr. Kenneth Maggay, who, in his homily, underscored, three tips in order to excel in life: desire, confidence and determination to do things.READ MORE
Pres. Romeo R. Quilang represented the Philippines and the Cagayan State University (CSU) in the International Conference and Workshop on Sustainable Aquaculture organized by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) in Keelung City, Taiwan on Nov. 3-11, 2014.
The state's Department of Aquaculture and Office of International Affairs, and the National Taiwan Ocean University (NTOU) co-hosted the workshop which included advanced aquaculture lectures and forum for country report and discussion.READ MORE
CSU President Dr. Romeo R. Quilang has approved the participation of two CSU Aparri officials at the 9th Annual International Conference on Climate Change: Impact and Action at the City University, London, United Kingdom on Nov. 21-25.
President Quilang gave the greenlight for Dr. Eunice Layugan, campus executive officer, and Dr. Lenimfa P. Molina, campus research coordinator, to join the conference where they will serve as paper presenters.READ MORE
In order to cope with the fast pace of development in the teaching profession, the Cagayan State University Lal-lo Campus held an In-Service Training for all faculty members, including part-time instructors, on Nov. 7 at the campus library lobby.
Spearheaded by the College of Teacher Education (CTE), the training centered on four topics. Dr. Leonita P. Garcia, CTE dean, discussed the National Budget Compensation (NBC) 461 guidelines; Dr. Cherry Wanya, a trained accreditor, on the new accreditation instrument adopted by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP); Mr. Ferdinand Bulusan on research writing and publishing using the IMRaD (Introduction-Method-Results-and-Discussion) style; and Prof. Gemma Pascual, the training coordinator, on test construction guidelines.READ MORE
The Research and Development, Extension and Training Office of the Cagayan State University has launched this month the maiden issue of its official newsletter, 'Sinamar.'
In his message contained in the issue, CSU President Romeo R. Quilang expressed his joy about the successful putting out of the first issue of 'Sinamar,' an Iluko term used to describe the radiant rays of the sun.READ MORE
The Cagayan State University (CSU) signed a memorandum of agreement with the 17th Infantry Battalion 5th Infantry Division of the Philippine Army (PA) for the implementation of the Internal Peace and Security Plan (IPSP) "Bayanihan" in the different campuses.
CSU President Dr. Romeo Quilang and Lt. Col. Resurreccion DC. Mariano, battalion commander, led the ceremonial signing on Oct. 29 at the Andrews Conference Room.
Witnessing the occasion was the Civil Military Officer of the 17 th Infantry Battalion, 5ID, PA unit, Captain Datu Ara Waleed Alfredo R. Agcaoili and from the university who included Vice President for Academic Affairs Mariden Ventura and Campus Executive Officers Archimedes Articulo (Carig), Eunice Layugan (Aparri), Florante Victor Balatico (Gonzaga), Leon Malabbo (Piat), Rogelio Tamayao (Lallo), Froilan Pacris (Sanchez Mira), and Dolores Quebral (Lasam).READ MORE
In support to the Asean Integration 2015, the Cagayan State University (CSU) Carig Campus hosted the First Regional Economic Conference in cooperation with the Philippine Economic Society (PES) at the CICS Conference Hall on Aug. 1.
Themed "Economic Education and Regional Economic Development Towards ASEAN 2015", the said conference was participated in by 203 faculty members and students from the different colleges and universities, local leaders, and representatives of various agencies in the region.READ MORE
In its aim to promote and preserve the Ibanag culture, the Cagayan State University Carig Campus, through its Panaddaman Museum and in partnership with the City Government of Tuguegarao, organized the first Ibanag Week Celebration on Aug. 11-14.
Dubbed as "I Pallipay ta Naggafanan," the celebration featured various events befitting the traditions, values and lifestyle of the Ibanags such as photo contest, dance and musical competition, palavvun (riddle) contest, quiz bowl, cookfest, Ibanag games and antique exhibits.READ MORE