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CEAS leads research presentations
Article written by Joe Macatangay | 12/17/2013 4:17:53 PM

The College of Education Arts and Sciences proved that it is not only the home to the best student athletes being this year's Intramurals' overall champion but it is also the college with the highest number of research presentations in international, national and regional conferences as showcased by its faculty.

Leading the list of this year's most prolific researcher is Michael Ramos of the Religious Studies and Philosophy Area who was able to present five of his research outputs in six research fora four of which were held in the Philippines, one was conducted in Thailand and the other was in Malaysia. 

His two internally funded papers titled Revisiting Dominus Iesus: Unity of Truth towards Ecumenical Dialogue and Subli: And the Gospel Became Dance gained international audience in two separate conferences both bearing the theme on language, literature and culture.

In the national scene, Ramos was also made his presence felt as he graced the DLSU Arts Congress last February through his paper presentation on "Subli ang Sayaw ng Panatang Batangueno."  Recently, his paper Subli: And the Gospel Became Dance was selected as CHED IV-A's  representative in the First CALABARZON Research Summit.
Another CEAS faculty who has made a name in terms of research presentation is Arvie Andal of the Education Department. His paper "Development and Evaluation of an Educational Multimedia Storytelling Courseware for Children with Autism" was presented in Singapore during the Third Annual International Conference on Education and E-Learning.

The same paper was chosen for delivery during the National Forum on Current and Emerging Practices in Teacher Education held at PNU. Andal also attended the First CALABARZON Research Summit and the DLSU Research Week as presenter.

Other faculty members who have contributed to CEAS fame on area of research presentations are: Aileen Joy Saul of the Literature Area with two international presentations, Darwin Magpili and Romaine Magboo of the Psychology Department both having one international and a regional presentation, Joe Macatangay and Dr. Maria Theresa Kalaw of the Education Department  with international and regional presentation respectively, Dr. Vivian Titular of the Religious Studies Area with international presentations, Hermogenes Panganiban, Social Science Chair with two regional presentations, Renato Maligaya of the Social Science Area with one national presentation and Bernardo Lunar and Edmerson Geronimo of the Biology Department  with international presentations in IAMURE sponsored conferences.