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LOOK: Seminar-Workshop for faculty of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) teaching mandated courses of the General Education Curriculum (GE) in CMO 20 Series of 2013: Parallel Sessions.

LOOK: Seminar-Workshop for faculty of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) teaching mandated courses of the General Education Curriculum (GE) in CMO 20 Series of 2013: Parallel Sessions.

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Enrolment Schedule for FIRST YEAR STUDENTS S.Y. 2018-2019

Enrolment Schedule for FIRST YEAR STUDENTS S.Y. 2018-2019

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IN PHOTOS: USeP Educational Tour

IN PHOTOS: USeP Educational Tour

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HIRING: Agriculturist-I

HIRING: Agriculturist-I

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CMU-HRM dines ‘a la russe’

CMU-HRM dines ‘a la russe’

Sophomore and junior Hotel and Restaurant Management students of the College of Human Ecology spearheaded the 4th “A La Russe” fine dining service with the theme: “A La Russe: Fire and Ice Royal Dine” at the Farmers Training Center, April 6. Read More »

Dr. Taposok: ‘Coordinated action needed to maximize RDE benefits’

Dr. Taposok: ‘Coordinated action needed to maximize RDE benefits’

The national director of the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI), the training arm of the Department of Agriculture, stressed the importance of inter-agency collaboration to achieve inclusive food security and poverty reduction during the university’s 6th RDE Week Celebration. Read More »

10 partner-agencies, exhibitors join 6th RDE week

10 partner-agencies, exhibitors join 6th RDE week

Ten partner-agencies from various places in the region participated during the 6th Research, Development, and Extension Week Celebration, at the University Convention Center, April 2-6. Read More »

Alumni, students share insights on CMU

Alumni, students share insights on CMU

CMU alumni and students shared different insights and academic experiences in an interview with the accreditors on the 3rd day of the survey visit, March 21. Read More »

Local task force sets high hopes for Level IV status

Local task force sets high hopes for Level IV status

As the five-day accreditation draws to a close, the pressure persists for the local task force whose programs are under survey. The hopes of getting the Level IV status are still high amid the rigid verification of documents and strict ocular inspections conducted on different programs. In order to achieve the highest level of accreditation by AACCUP, programs must obtain ... Read More »

Dr. Soliven underscores challenges for academic excellence

Dr. Soliven underscores challenges for academic excellence

“Nowadays, we are challenged by a never-ending task for academic excellence and with this, we all experience pressures in all aspects of our academic life.” Read More »

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