President Danilo Concepcion visited UP Visayas to launch and inaugurate several projects at the Iloilo City campus, initiated under his administration on March 16, 2022. President Concepcion was joined by his wife, Atty. Gabriela Concepcion, Assistant Vice President for Public Affairs Rica Abad and Dr. Grace Alfonso of TVUP. One of the UP Visayas’ […]
University of the Philippines (UP) campuses marked the beginning of their celebration of the holidays with the traditional pag-iilaw or lighting ceremony, when officials turned on the holiday lanterns and decorations on campus. UP Diliman had its pag-iilaw on December 3, 2021. It is celebrating the holidays with the theme, “Ugnayan at Pagpupugay: Tulay ng […]
December 7 is the last day for UP students to participate in a survey on their readiness for transition from remote teaching and learning to blended or face-to-face learning in 2022.
The UP College of Law and UP Visayas are jointly offering the college’s Juris Doctor (JD) program to students based in the Iloilo City Campus.
UP celebrates its 113th founding anniversary today and its second during the pandemic. Take a look back at the year that was, and watch the tribute video to UP here.
A former UPV student is valedictorian of the Philippine Military Academy’s “Masaligan” Class of 2021, together with two other former UP students who rank among the top ten PMA graduates this year.
“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 UPV Tacloban College is celebrating Literature Month 2021 with literary discourses, a dramatic performance and a storytelling session, on the theme of “Quinientos Katuig nga Pagsurat han Filipino nga Kalibutan”, marking the quincentenary of the first circumnavigation of the world.
The UP community takes a stand for academic freedom to protest the unilateral termination of the UP-DND Accord.
UP reports on how it dealt with the unprecedented challenges posed by COVID-19 on teaching and learning in the first semester; and how it will move on to the second semester armed with lessons learned and insights gained.