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Faculty researchers present papers during the 9th NOCEI Research Forum
Article written by Joe Macatangay | 7/11/2014 9:19:54 AM
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Six faculty researchers of De La Salle Lipa presented their scholarly works during the 9th Network of Calabarzon Educational Institutions, Inc. (NOCEI) Research Forum held at De La Salle University Dasmarias last June 27.

Michael M. Ramos of the Theology and Religious Studies Area dominated the Humanities and Social Sciences Area cluster with four of his papers: Revisiting "Dominus Iesus" Unity of Truth Towards Ecumenical Dialogue, Deuretonomy 27:26 "The Curse of the Law" Shall the People of God be Identified by Law or by Christ?, Inculturating Theology in the Indigenous Categories: The Quest for Filipino Cultural Identity and "Who has bewitched you?"The Identity and Propaganda of Pauls Opponents in the Letter to the Galatians all presented in the parallel session.

The Business and Economics parallel session was ruled by DLSL presentors.

Dr. Edgar Allan G. Castro, Chair of the Business Administration Department presented two of his papers in the Business and Economics cluster: Industry Participation in Developing Competencies for Employment Success: Learning from a Three-Year OJT Program of a Philippine Higher Education Institution and Implications of Credentials, Employee Selection Process and HEI Quality on Graduate Employment Success: Employment Transition Patterns in the Labor Market of Batangas.

Two faculty members of the Business Administration Department presented their papers in the same cluster: Lanie Santos-Leader Exchange and Organizational Citizenship Behavior at De La Salle Lipa and Joel Osorio-Correlates of Organizational Effectiveness of De La Salle Lipa-College of Business Economics Accountancy and Management.

Andrenelyn Varona, Chair of the Tourism Department shared her findings in her study Understanding Local Residents Perceptions towards Tourism Development and Sustainability in San Juan, Batangas, Philippines.

Meanwhile, Dr. Joy Talens, CEAS Research Coordinator imparted in her presentation in the Education cluster of the parallel session that problem-based learning influenced the manifestation of creative thinking skills of students who are non-science majors.

DLSL delegation was headed by Gina M. Dimaano, Research Director who was elected to the new batch of officers as Batangas representative.

The one-day forum concluded with the remarks of Br. Joaquin S. Martinez, FSC, D.Min. DLSL President and Chancellor and NOCEI president saying that todays educators do not just impart knowledge; they, likewise need to generate knowledge.







 

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