Gender and Development Highlighted in the 4th CF/FAC In-House Student Research Review
CF – Graduate Students Partake in Wednesday Fisheries Seminar Series (WeFFS)
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Graduate students participate at 3rd CF/FAC In-house Student Research Review
Prof. Janet O. Saturno, UGADO Director, talks about GAD Perspective and Issues in R&D Proposal Preparation during the 4th CF/FAC In-House Student Research Review
The College of Fisheries Graduate Students Association (CF–GSA), in partnership with the University Gender and Development Office (UGADO), organized the 4th College of Fisheries – Freshwater Aquaculture Center (CF-FAC) In-House Student Research Review with the theme “Integrating Gender and Development in Fisheries Research and Industry Innovations towards Equality” last February 28, 2020 at the CF-FAC Conference Room, CLSU.
The event served as a platform in promoting the incorporation of Gender and Development (GAD) fundamentals and laws in Fisheries Research & Development, and creating awareness on gender sensitivity and equality in the industry.
Prof. Janet O. Saturno, the UGADO Director, emphasized on her talk that GAD is a development perspective and a process that is participatory and empowering, equitable, sustainable, free from violence, respectful of human rights, and supportive of self-determination and actualization of human potentials.
Meanwhile, two other plenary speakers discussed the important attitudes needed by students to successfully pursue a higher degree, and to develop sound researches for the benefit of the fisheries industry. Dr. Karl Marx A. Quiazon, Chairperson of the Department of Aquaculture, encouraged everyone on creating a timeline to serve as a guide in the realization of career fulfilment. Dr. Casiano H. Choresca, Jr., Supervising Science Research Specialist of the Fisheries Biotechnology Center, stated that the road to graduate studies is not always a straight line, instead it is rough and bumpy; thus, everybody has their own formula for success. He added that the basic principles of becoming a good researcher are hard work, commitment and determination.
This year’s edition of in-house review brought together 176 attendees: 124 students (94 BS in Fisheries, 18 MS in Aquaculture, 9 PhD in Aquaculture and 3 High School), 41 faculty and staff, and 11 representatives/guests from both public (Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources and State Universities and Colleges) and private sectors (feed companies). (MTT Oclos & FS Tadeo)
The College of Fisheries students partake in the 4th CF/FAC In-House Student Research Review last February 28, 2020 with the aim of promoting and enhancing homegrown research.
Four papers for graduate category and five papers for u...
The College of Fisheries Graduate Students Association (CF–GSA), in partnership with the University Gender and Development Office (UGADO), organized the 4th College of Fisheries – Freshwater Aquaculture Center (CF-FAC) In-House Student Research ...
The Graduate students from the Department of Aquaculture served as resource speakers for the Wednesday Fisheries Seminar Series (WeFFS) held at the College of Fisheries (CF), Central Luzon State University (CLSU), on the 1st semester of the school year 2019-2020.
The WeFFS is a semestral ...
Mr. Aries Paul D. Padron (M.Sc. in Aquaculture) and Mr. Arren Christian M. De Guia (Ph.D. in Aquaculture) received the Graduate Research, Education, and Assistantship for Science and Technology (GREAT) scholarship award from the Department of Science and Technology-Philippine Council ...
Graduate students from the Department of Aquaculture submitted 16 research papers in participation to the 3rd CF/FAC In-house Student Research Review held at the Freshwater Aquaculture Center (FAC) Conference Room, Central Luzon State University, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Eci...