Wesleyanians compete with Sportsmanship and Fair play

October 22, 2018

“Do your best and compete with the spirit of sportsmanship and fair play,” OSA Director and Sports Commission Chairman Efraim S. Vidal, Jr. addressed the Wesleyan family as he gave the opening remarks in the “Palarong Wesleyan” 2018 held at Wesleyan University-Philippines Gymnasium.

With the theme “Virtues and Excellence, One in Sports,” the Palarong Wesleyan marked the day as each College’s team players paraded around Wesleyan ground to officially start the week-long event.

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Radio Tech Department Upgrades curriculum

October 17, 2018

Wesleyan University-Philippines filled the list of top scorers with 7 topnotchers in the recently held 2018 Licensure Exam for X-RAY Technologist in the Philippines (#3 John Gutierrez Roque, #4 Judezza Eurain Cortez Cajucom, #5 Rafael De Jesus, #7 Gininia Perez, #9 Janjan Castillo Lacaba II, #10 Jennalyn Polalon, and #10 Senine Eser Portugal).

“We were aiming to get the highest place in the exam, but it did not happen. Nevertheless, we’re still grateful because our students fought hard and aimed to be among the top in the country,” said Prof. Roberto Yumul, Radtech Program Head.

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Education Dean among Cabanatuan’s ‘Outstanding Women 2018’

March 23, 2018

 

Dr. Clarafe Gonzales, dean of the College of Education, was among the 10 Outstanding Women of Cabanatuan City awarded for their exemplary achievements in business, medicine, education, public service and civic work by the Local Government Unit of Cabanatuan through the Gender and Development Council of the City Social Welfare Development Office (CSWDO) in celebration of International Women’s Month.

Gonzales was given a plaque of recognition in grateful recognition of her significant contributions, leadership, dedication and professional intervention in the field of Private Academe Service to the constituents of Cabanatuan City.”

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Wesleyan welcomes ACSCU accrediting team

March 19, 2018

 

President Pacifico Aniag led the academic and administrative heads in welcoming the accreditors from the Association of Christian Schools, Colleges and Universities (ACSCU) held in Microtel Bistro.

Programs preliminarily visited were PhD in Business Administration and BS Tourism Management; while resurveyed were Doctor of Education, Master of Arts in Nursing, MBA, Master of Arts in Education, BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management, and BS Social Work.

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Intl. Women’s Month: Partylist rep lectures on gender equality, SLU prof tackles women empowerment

March 14, 2018

 

In celebration of International Women’s Month, the Political Science Society presented “Babae Po Ako!: A Symposium on Gender Equality and Women Empowerment” at the University Auditorium.

Resource speakers Prof. Mary Jane Najarilla, Luzon representative of the Philippine Political Science Association and chair of the Political Science Department of Saint Louis University, Baguio City, and Rep. Sarah Elado of Kabataan Partylist addressed gender equality, women empowerment, and youth solidarity.

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CBA hosts First Regional Business Confab

March 12, 2018

 

The College of Business and Accountancy (CBA) led the First Regional Business Conference in Nueva Ecija last March 12 at SM City Cabanatuan.

The affair was attended by 412 business students from the College of the Immaculate Conception, Araullo University-Phinma, General De Jesus College, Central Luzon State University and Wesleyan University–Philippines.

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University Clinic, City Health Office investigate mumps cases

March 8, 2018

 

The University Clinic along with the Cabanatuan City Health Office and the Elementary Department staff investigated the escalating number of confirmed cases of mumps and other viral diseases in Wesleyan.

Recorded mumps cases included 14 Grade 4 and 11 Grade 6 pupils.

Though a wall-to-wall disinfection had been conducted, Prof. Cristy Fernando, principal of the Elementary Department, handed out information pamphlets to pupils to help in stopping the spread of diseases.

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