18TH NVSU UIHR opens today

9 Sep 2021


Earlier today, Dr. Wilfredo Dumale Jr., Vice President for Research, Extension and Training (RET) in his welcome remarks during the opening of 18th University In-House Review (UIHR) for Completed and On-going RDE projects expressed his gratitude to all researchers for showing resilience, innovativeness in the field of research despite the pandemic.

Further, VP Dumale posed a challenge to the paper presenters since the evaluators from all the different parts of the country are all high calibre in the field of R&D. The panel of evaluators are composed of:

    • Dr. Roel R. Suralta, Career Specialist III, PhilRice, Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecij

    • Dr. Marilyn G. Patricio, Retired Professor, CLSU

    • Dr. Jerwin R. Undan, Associate Professor V, Department of Biological Science Laboratory Head, Molecular Biology and Biotech Laboratory

    • Dr. Florentina S. Dumlao, Consultant, Cagayan State University

    • Engr. Jonathan P. Nuestro, Provincial Director, DOST PSTC NV

    • Engr. Maria Jonem P. Gacad, Assistant Provincial Planning and Development Officer Provincial Capitol, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya

    • Dr. Gloria T. Baguingan, Visiting Professor, NVSU

    • Dr. Soledad M. Roguel, Dean, College of Teacher Education Manuel V. Gallego Foundation College Inc., Cabanatuan City, N.E

    • Dr. Bonifacio Ramos, Director of Libraries, Holy Angel University, Angeles City, Pampanga

    • Dr. Jeorge M. dela Cruz, Assistant Professor II Department of Social Sciences, Central Luzon State University

    • Dr. Winifredo B. Dagil, Assistant Professor, Department of Science Communication College of Development Communication, UPLB

    • Dr. Rosalinda S. Guingab, Associate Professor, ISU


OIC Ruth Padilla delivered an inspiring message emphasizing the importance of research in the academe for this will raise the bar of the University to achieve higher levels in the accreditation and SUC levelling processes.

For this 18th UIHR there are 40 papers to be presented broken down in the following categories; 10 in research, 15 in development, 9 in higher education and 5 in social sciences.