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    School of EMSE Reclassified as a Department

    Posted on August 31,2009

    Following a resolution by the Academic Council, the School of Earth and Materials Science and Engineering (EMSE) was recently reclassified as a Department. Starting this first quarter of Academic Year 2009-2010, it will now be called the Department of Earth Science and Engineering (DESE).... (full story)

    Mapúa Introduces All-in-One I.D.

    Posted on August 31,2009

    The Mapúa Institute of Technology (MIT), in partnership with the Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC), implemented a newly designed multipurpose Identification Card (I.D.) for the new batch of freshmen of Academic Year 2009-2010... (full story)

    Timorese Scholars Seek RP Style Education
    MIT Favored Among Technical Schools

    Posted on August 31,2009

    Equipped with a good reputation of producing globally competitive graduates, Mapúa Institute of Technology (MIT) is one of the chosen technical schools to house Timorese students to study in the Philippines. Out of the 109 scholars sent to the Philippines for this academic year, the largest group enrolled in Mapúa... (full story)

    TNB Reorganized
    Salvador Named EIC

    Posted on August 31,2009

    A recent reorganization of The New Builder (TNB) placed fourth year Civil Engineering student Venz Jan P. Salvador as new Editor-in-Chief. He replaced Stephen Bernard A. Casimiro, a graduating CE student... (full story)

    MIT-MC Organizes 2nd National Orienteering Competition

    Posted on August 30,2009

    Spearheaded by Club President and Race Director Paul Vincent Intal, the Mapúa Mountaineering Club organized the second MIT-MC Orienteering Competition last August 30 at Maragondon, Cavite... (full story)

    MIT and MITC Grace 139th and 25th Commencement Exercises

    Posted on August 20,2009

    The 139th and 25th Commencement Exercises held by Mapúa Institute of Technology (MIT) and Mapúa Information Technology Center (MITC), respectively, produced a total of 392 graduates... (full story)

    Cardinals Basketball: NCAA 1st Round

    Posted on August 14,2009

    With the departure of Neil Pascual, Ian Mazo and Kelvin Dela Peña, and the season-long absence Jonathan Banal, the determined Mapúa Cardinals are still in high hopes as they stand their ground in the first round of 85th NCAA Season at the FilOil Flying V Arena... (full story)

    ETYSBM-HRM Joins WOFEX 2009

    Posted on August 08,2009

    Under the leadership of Dean Emmanuel Velasco, the E.T. Yuchengco School of Business and Management – Hotel and Restaurant Management (ETYSBM-HRM) Department took part in the 9th International Exposition on Worldwide Food and Beverage, Technology, and Machinery. The event was held from August 5-8, 2009 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City... (full story)

    Malampaya Partners Conduct Oil and Gas Exhibit

    Posted on August 07,2009

    The Malampaya Partners, consisting of Shell Philippines Exploration, B.V. (SPEX), Chevron Malampaya LLC, and the Philippine National Oil Company-Exploration Corporation , organized an interactive exhibit called “The Energy Down Below: An Exhibit on Oil and Gas” in the Institute last August 3-7... (full story)

    Health Services Dept. Holds “I Keep Love Real”

    Posted on August 07,2009

    The Mapúa Health Services Department, in collaboration with the Center for Social Responsibility of the University of Asia and the Pacific (UAP) and the Mapúa Honor Society (HSM), conducted a seminar entitled “I Keep Love Real” last August 7 at the Seminar Room... (full story)

    CCESC Conducts NC II and NC IV Trainings

    Posted on August 05,2009

    The Mapúa Center for Continuing Education and Special Competencies (CCESC), in partnership with the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), has once again opened its fourfold training program for the National Certification Level II (NC II) and Level IV (NC IV) last July 24 and August 5, respectively... (full story)

    Psych Dept and IOPP Organize Convention on Labor Laws

    Posted on August 01,2009

    In cooperation with the Industrial Organizational Psychologists of the Philippines (IOPP), the Mapúa Psychology Department hosted the first ever general convention of Human Resources (HR) Psychologists last August 1 at the MIT Seminar Room... (full story)

    New Head of Security Office Appointed

    Posted on August 01,2009

    Always impose a policy. Kung ano yung policy, yun lang ang i-implement at dapat priority din ang kapakanan ng mga estudyante,” said Security Officer Jaimer G. Botona, the new Head of Security of Mapúa Institute of Technology... (full story)

    NCAA Revamp: Mapúa Convenes New Sports

    Posted on August 01,2009

    The 85th National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) season will set the arena on fire with the inclusion of the much-awaited comeback and debut of various sports events. Among those that made it to this year’s list are volleyball and the Boxing and Archery... (full story)

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