Dr. Corazon Abansi, who previously served as Vice-Chancellor for Academic Affairs, started her three-year term as the third chancellor of UP Baguio (UPB) on April 14. While UPB has been a constituent university for a little over 18 years, Abansi is only its third chancellor, as both Rovillos and UPB’s first chancellor, Dr. Priscilla Supnet Macansantos, served three consecutive terms.
“The role of the media in protecting our democracy cannot be understated.” A look back at the role of mass media, campus journalism, citizen journalism and fact-checking in keeping our democracy alive.
The UP Korea Research Center recently delved into the real backdrop behind Korean reality talent shows and K-pop idol formation in a public lecture on “Accounting for Popular Taste: Neoliberalism in Reality Talent Shows”.
UP Visayas Tacloban launched a series of conversations about history, heritage and culture in commemoration of the quincentennial anniversary of the Philippine leg of the first circumnavigation of the world. Watch the next conversation on 15 April, 2:30 pm, on Bátì UP Tacloban’s Facebook page.
DMCI Homes has completed the repair and repainting of the famous UP Chapel in Diliman in time for the observance of Holy Week.
UP Los Baños celebrated its 112th founding anniversary on March 6, 2021 with the theme of “future-proofing” itself.
Dr. Deo Florence Onda, Associate Professor of the UP Marine Science Institute, makes history as the first Filipino to make the first manned descent into Emden Deep, the third deepest point on Earth.
“At some point in one’s life, death is the only thing that must happen,” Professor Emeritus Felix Librero once reflected. As the University community mourns his passing on March 16, it is grateful to have been part of Dr. Librero’s life for almost six decades.
The UP Institute of Environmental Science and Meteorology (UP IESM) is celebrating its 18th anniversary this March with a month-long webinar series on different issues and aspects of environmental science and meteorology in the Philippines. The first webinar that kicked off the series, focusing on the “Holistic Lens of Environmental Science and Meteorology […]
Academic freedom. The term has been tossed around so much in recent weeks, on social media, in the news, on the streets, but what is it really? And why are people so determined to defend it? The recent abrogation by the Department of National Defense (DND) of its 1989 Accord with the University […]