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The Visayas Consortium for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Program (ViCAARP), hosted by Visayas State University, received a digital library package named STARBOOKS on May 25, 2018 at the regional office of the Department of Science and Technology in Palo, Leyte.

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Visayas State University recognized its first ‘Rainforest Hero’ during the 2018 Farmers and Fisherfolks Day’s Ugmad Awards, in line with its 94th founding anniversary, held at the VSU Convention Center on April 27.

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Visayas State University (VSU) registered a passing average of 83.33% for first-time takers in the recently concluded May 2018 Civil Engineering Licensure Exam, as released by Professional Regulation Commission (PRC), May 11.

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Every year, Visayas State University (VSU) never fails to honor its employees, alumni, retirees and staunch partners for their relevant contributions to the development of the university. The annual conferment of recognitions were held during the 94th VSU Founding Anniversary Convocation at the VSU Gymnatorium on April 26.

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Atty. Crizaldy M. Barcelo, Regional Director of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)- Regional Office VIII, highlighted the significant role of  Visayas State University in the agency’s thrusts in supporting local communities through its different rainforestation and livelihood programs.

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Dr. Christina A. Gabrillo, head of the Department of Development Communication (DDC) and station manager of the development campus radio DYDC-FM 104.7, won the Best Regional and Provincial Level Extension Policy Paper Award during the Knowledge Sharing on the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI)-Funded Agriculture and Fisheries Extension-Related Policy Studies held at the ATI Compound in Quezon City on March 22, 2018.

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March is a celebration of women and their amazing contribution to the world. I know you have heard of an old adage that says “It’s a man’s world.” Well, look at what we’ve got? Maybe if we allow more women to run the world rather than men dominating it, perhaps we will end up better. Come to think of it, the compassion, care and love that every woman innately possesses may be the solution we are looking for to solve the pressing problems that plague us today.

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“I never wanted to be a leader,” said Dr. Wolfreda T. Alesna.

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