Wesleyan employees present outstanding researches in colloquium

February 11, 2020

Wesleyan conducts a research colloquium on February 10, 2020, in connection with its month-long 74th Founding Anniversary celebration. The following outstanding researches conducted by Wesleyan faculty and staff were presented to an audience which consisted of Wesleyan employees and students and the community:

Comprehensible Technique in Solving Consecutive Number Problems in Algebra” by Dr. Gener S. Subia, OIC of the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School, “Evaluation of the Child Immunization Program (EPI) Services of the City Health Center, Cabanatuan City” by Prof. Grace D. Bacalso, Medical Technology Program Head, “Educational Relevance of Bob Ong’s ABNKKBSNPLAko? (Aba Nakakabasa Na Pala Ako?) to Language Change” by Prof. Michaela Jennarine D. Cruz, a professor of the College of Arts and Sciences, “Academic Performance of Grade School Pupils in E-Book and Printed Classes: A Quasi Experimental Study” by Prof. Crystalyn A. Galindo, a professor of the College of Education, “RFID-based Student Evaluation System with Curriculum Mapping” by Engr. Harry Bert Rolle, a professor of the College of Engineering and Computer Technology, “Public Utility Vehicle Tracker” by Prof. Christopher Joy C. Dugtong, a professor of the College of Computer Studies, “Buying Behavior among Consumers of Medicines” by Dr. Manuel P. Castillo, a professor of the College of Business and Accountancy,  and “iMALERT- an Emergency Response Mobile Application using Geo-Location for Palayan City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office” by Engr. Jayson Paul V. Vicencio, a professor of the College of Engineering and Computer Studies.

The DOST Regional Director Julius Caesar V. Sicat was the guest speaker of this academic conference, but was not able to attend. He was represented by his daughter, Miss Leidi Mel Sicat.

Miss Leidi Mel Sicat speaks on behalf of her father, DOST Regional Director Julius Caesar V. Sicat.

Miss Leidi Mel Sicat (center) who represented her father, DOST Regional Director Julius Caesar V. Sicat in Wesleyan’s Research Colloquium, receives a certificate of appreciation from the university.

From left: OIC of the Office of the Graduate School Dean Gener S. Subia, Chair of the 74th  Founding Anniversary Celebration Ruth C. Alfonso, Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs Marietta B. Agustin, and Research Development and Productivity Director Ryan John De Lara.

Wesleyan faculty members and officials presented outstanding researches in the Research Colloquium on February 10, 2020, as part of the celebration of WUP’s 74th Founding Anniversary.