Wesleyan Graduate School holds Seminar for a Cause

November 21, 2019

Wesleyan Graduate School Supreme Student Council hosted a multidisciplinary seminar and seminar-for-a-cause dubbed as #Aware Ako_Wesleyan!, attended by more than five hundred Wesleyan graduate school students. A portion of the seminar’s proceeds was donated to Baby Zaff, a two-year-old baby who is scheduled this year for a liver transplant in India due to a disease called biliary atresia. More funds, according to Baby Zaff’s relatives, are still being raised for the child’s operation expenses.


Baby Zaff of San Jose City, Nueva Ecija receives financial aid from Wesleyan Graduate School Dean, Dr. Gener Subia (right), and Graduate School Supreme Student Council officers headed by Governor Mark Andrew Lomboy.

Speakers of the multidisciplinary seminar were Graduate School faculty members namely: Dr. Gladys Mangiduyos, Dr. Processo Domingo, Dr. Roberto Medina, Dr. Erlinda Mones, and Dr. Christian Salazar. The seminar centering on the topics Critical Thinking, CESO Career Opportunities, Financial Literacy, Stress Management, and Present Health Issues was conducted on October 26, 2019.

More than 500 graduate school students attend GS multidisciplinary seminar and seminar-for-a-cause.