MUST leads advocacy campaign for CHED's HEDP-FDP II
Cagayan de Oro City (11 November) -- In CHED's desire to bring back faculty members to graduate studies, MUST being the Delivering HEI for MS in Applied Mathematical Sciences, Master of Engineering and Master in Information Technology in Mindanao, sent CAS Dean Vima Socorro J. Tandog and three others to Panabo, Davao del Sur to undertake an advovacy campaign recently.
They were tasked to inform schools and teachers about CHED's Higher Education Program-Faculty Development Program (HEDP-FDP II) in MUST, and attract them to take graduate studies in math, engineering or information technology.
Dean Tandog is also MUST's coordinator for CHED's HEDP-FDP II. With her in the campaign were Dr. Emily Amor A. Balase, coordinator for Mathematics Graduate Program; Engr. Jay Noel N. Rojo, coordinator for Master of Information Technology; and Engr. Mary Ann Emmanuel, faculty of Computer Engineering.
MUST merited HEDP-FDP II grant because of its status being the Center of Development for Mathematics in Northern Mindanao. To date, boasts of its world-class professors and well-curricula for math, engineering and information technology. (Ismael N. Talili/MUST) [top]