OFFICIALS of Bataan Peninsula State University (BPSU) visited the Philippine-hosted Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (Searca) for a review of the university’s agriculture course curriculum.
Dr. Hermogenes Paguia, vice president for Research, Extension and Training Services, along with Dr. Ma. Florinda Rubiano, Research Development Office director, visited Searca on February 28, 2023.
Searca Director Dr. Glenn Gregorio along with Sharon Malaiba, Partnerships Unit head, and Beatrisa Martinez, executive coordinator, Office of the Director received Paguia and Rubiano during their visit.
Gregorio said the meeting with the BPSU officials mainly focused on how Searca can help the state university review its agriculture curriculum to align with the standards of globalized agricultural education.
“With this, Searca is also keen on setting up a thesis boot camp to aid BPSU faculty members in research for development,” Gregorio said.
According to Paguia, BPSU has five campuses in Bataan province with its main campus in Balanga City.
Based on an online briefer, the BPSU system is known for its steadfast breakthrough in agricultural science, entrepreneurship, engineering and social and behavioral sciences.
Established by virtue of Republic Act 9403, signed into law on March 22, 2007, BPSU is a conglomeration of fine leading higher education institutions in Bataan seeking to contribute to the national and regional development through providing excellent quality services in instruction, research, production and extension.
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