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VSU President, Dr. Jose L. Bacusmo, presented the University Action Plan and Project (APP) before some panelists on March 4, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Ortigas, Quezon City as part of the requirements of the Executive Course in Education Management and Leadership (ECEML).

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abtulin searcaDr. Anabella B. Tulin, a Soil Scientist, disclosed during her SEARCA Regional Professorial Chair Lecture on February 26, 2014 at the Training Hall of PhilRootcrops how she became interested in soil science especially on its fertility. Her first study on soils revealed a very simple secret to improve the growth, yield, and quality of root crops and vegetables.

 

“It’s like a miracle—that you just add a little micronutrients to the soil in addition to macronutrient fertilizers, then the yield and even the content of phytochemicals such as anthocyanin will be improved,” said Tulin.

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ipi foundationA total of twenty-seven third year and fourth year college students of the VSU System have availed of the Bright Future Scholarship Program for Typhoon Yolanda affected students initiated by the International Pharmaceuticals, Incorporated (IPI) Foundation in collaboration with the Visayas State University.

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The Search for Truth, one of VSU's most prominent symbols, turns 30 today.

On April 5, 1984, ViSCA President Dr. Fernando A. Bernardo unveiled the monument to a young college community. Standing in front of the Administration Building are two gigantic nude figures of a man and a woman, emphasizing partnership in the quest for truth, knowledge, and the professions. Nakedness symbolizes boldness, impartiality and unemcumbered drive in seeking for truth in its academic pursuits.

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devcomMiss Eula Dee A. Lañada, 2013 VSU graduate of BS in Development Communication major in Development Journalism, won the Best Undergraduate Research Paper Award during the 3rd National Communication Research Conference (NCRC) held on February 6-8, 2014 at the College of Mass Communication, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City.

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SOGOD, Southern Leyte, March 14 (PIA)—Nearly a hundred farmer-leaders coming from different municipalities and city of the province who were gathered at the town’s gym here Wednesday for an orientation-consultation on rootcrops production got quality sweet potato cuttings ready for planting.

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koicavsu staffThe Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) expressed its strong commitment by allocating US$3-million total fund to rehabilitate the Visayas State University-Tolosa Campus that was totally wrecked by the super typhoon Yolanda on November 8, 2013. This development surfaced after a KOICA Team visited Tacloban City a day after the typhoon, and two weeks later a six-member KOICA Team visited the area where some Korean volunteers were deployed which include the VSU-Tolosa Campus where Miss Juhee (Olive) Kim serves as KOICA Volunteer.

 

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vp indiaDr. Othello B. Capuno, VSU’s Vice President for Research and Extension, together with Dr. Suzette B. Lina, a soil science faculty of the Department of Agronomy and Soil Science, participated in the Scientific Visit and Planning Workshop on Yamang Lupa Program (YLP) for Samar. Organized by the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), the activity was conducted on February 12-22, 2014 at the ICRISAT Headquarters in Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India.

 

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vsu sinulog2014The Sinulog Foundation, Inc. (SFI) through its Executive Director, Mr. Ricky R. Ballesteros, and the Cebu City Government invited the Visayas State University (VSU) to join in the Sinulog Launching on January 10, 2014. Considering that the junior Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education MAPEH major students usually conduct an educational tour in Cebu as part of their curriculum on festival management, the occasion was an opportunity for the MAPEH majors to have an actual experience dancing the Sinulog along the busy streets of the downtown area of Cebu City and at the same time to observe how the festival is being managed.

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