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Former UN Volunteer Holds Peace Seminar at DLSL
Rekha Nahar, Theosophical Order of Service (TOS) Philippines President and peace advocate from Bangladesh, conducted a seminar entitled "Peace Process: A Journey of Self-Transformation (Sharing of Experiences & Insights)" at the CBEAM Function Hall, September 21, as part of De La Salle Lipa's (DLSL's) International Day of Peace 2017 celebration.

Over 100 students and teachers from the College of Education, Arts and Sciences took part in the seminar. The two-hour seminar focused on journeying towards peace through self-awareness and eventually self-mastery. Nahar conducted exercises to aid participants to gain self-awareness, avoid distress, and achieve inner peace.

Nahar is a former United Nations (UN) volunteer and currently the Vice President of Golden Link Colleges, a non-profit, non-sectarian college established as a foundation in Caloocan. She also serves as the National Treasurer of the TOS Society of the Philippines.



DLSL Gears towards Social Innovation through CAPSTONE Initiatives
Following the institution's drive towards providing human-centric academic programs, De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) rolled out Community-Based Action Projects Addressing Strategically-Themed Learning Objectives through Networked Environments (CAPSTONE) initiatives.

Through such, Integrated School students' projects are already community-based, offering real-world solutions to real-world problems. Performance task guidelines have also been tweaked to become collaborative, integrative, multi- and inter-disciplinary.

CAPSTONE projects are now part of the IS curriculum, based on the Educational Innovation Framework recently developed to come up with a transformative approach to meet society's most pressing needs. This framework shows how core values meet innovation - vital to DLSL as it fosters customer-centered services. Social innovation and soft skills development are likewise focal in this curriculum change, thereby emphasizing on "students' engagement outside the classroom, treatment of education as a service to society, and as a support for students already in the 21st century." 

In coordination with the City Government of Lipa, DLSL partners assist the students in coming up with feasible and sustainable projects for various communities. Grades 4 to 8 will be conducting their CAPSTONE projects within the school, while Grades 9 to 12 will be deployed in various communities in Lipa. Students will then be determining their purpose, conducting research, coming up with possible solutions, planning, strategizing, and implementing their programs. Specific priority focus areas include education and literacy, health and sanitation, and livelihood and wealth creation. These and other considerations on community visits have been discussed to the students for the past two weeks to help them prepare for their projects.

Also paramount to project creation is the adoption of design thinking principles. By "putting oneself in others' shoes" when developing solutions, a greater impact is expected.





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Film Fest Inspires DLSL's Yuletide Celebration
It was a night of glitz and glamour as the Lasallian Partners paraded on the red carpet in their formal attire at the Institutional Christmas Party on December 16, 2016.

With the theme Lasallian Film Festival, the SENTRUM was sparkling with huge chandeliers studded with crystal-like paper cut-outs, while the pastel sheets that hovered over the attendees heightened the festive mood.

After a sumptuous early dinner of the attendees upon arrival, the Christmas message delivered by the President and Chancellor, Br. Dante Jose Amisola, officially began the affair. The Brother President's brief but meaningful speech depicted the essence of the yuletide season and shared his warmest greetings to everyone.

Inspired by the theme, the night would not have been complete without the presentations of the Lasallian Partners in a friendly competition. Participants were grouped into five according to their offices or division and rendered in their most creative way their chosen movie adaptation of world-renowned stage plays.

Invited guests, William Mercado, freelance model, Emerson Reyes, Indie Film Director and De La Salle Lipa faculty member, and Lt. Col. Zarina Mangubat, Fernando Air Base, Lipa City, were tasked to judge the presentations based on characterization, technical excellence and quality of performance.

After the groups' superb rendition of their own version of the entries, Mary Poppins by the Grade School and Senior High School was adjudged as the grand winner and even bagged the special awards for Best in Poster and Production Designs.

First runner-up was the Sound of Music by the College of Education, Arts and Sciences, College of Information Technology and Engineering, and College of Nursing while its performers, Joseph Angelou Ng and Nadine Aubrey Balbin, won, respectively, Best Performance in a Male Role and a Female Role.

Second runner-up was the Cats by the Office of the President, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Mission, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration, Office for Strategy and Advancement, Office for Finance, and Office for Technology and Innovation.

Commendations are also due for entries for the performers of King and I by the College of Business, Economics, Accountancy and Management, College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management, and Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, and The Phantom of the Opera by the Junior High School and Office of the Principal.

Aside from the performers, Lasallian Partners who stood out for exuding the awards night vibe received special recognition as the Female Star of the Night won by Angelie Rose Bautista, and the Male Star of the Night, Billy Wilson Lim.

As the event wrapped up, more winners were announced for the raffled off items courtesy of generous sponsors.




IS Mathletes Reap Awards in Intl Contests
Fresh from their respective international competition, young but seasoned Mathletes of De La Salle Lipa's Integrated School, Alex Anthony Andal and Alexander Benedict Bulloso, both in Grade 5-BB 310, brought honor and pride to the country, along with the Philippine delegations.

Andal was one of the selected representatives at the 2016 Wizard Mathematics International Contest held in Lucknow, India on October 20-27, 2016 who successfully bagged two bronze medals.

Bulloso, meanwhile, received his well-deserved bronze medal at the 2016 Challenge for Future Mathematicians' Competition on October 28-31, 2016 held in Bangkok Thailand. The Philippines garnered 22 medals.

Prior to their recent international exposure, the young Lasallians productively participated in local competitions where they both reaped several accolades.








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Fourth Fundamentals in Culinary Arts Wraps Up
For four consecutive Saturdays, June 4-25, 2016, the fourth batch of De La Salle Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts' Fundamentals in Culinary Arts composed of nine participants completed the program.

The ideal small group with entrepreneurial background or mere culinary enthusiasts bonded over the course of their extensive hands-on training, led by one of the department's seasoned instructors, Chef Pamela De Leon.

Starting with an in-depth introduction lecture that broadened the learners' understanding about food and its history has brought their cooking comprehension to a whole a new gastronomical level.

Exploring Asian cuisines, specifically, Indonesian, Japanese, Indian, and of course Filipino, not only improved their repertoire but deepened their appreciation and opened their minds to boundless possibilities in the region's culinary industry.

Meanwhile, their new found experience in the American and European cuisines provided the necessary fundamentals to maintain its authenticity with enough room for creativity.

Completing the Fundamentals in Culinary Arts is the baking session held on the last day. The basics equipped the students to establish competency that could help them start a small business or reinforce their skills.

For inquiries regarding the program, please contact the Institute of Culinary Arts at (043) 756-5555, local 324.




DLSL Warmly Welcomes Madagascar Brother Visitor
Fellow Lasallian from another continent, Frere Mamy Olivier Rabarone FSC, Visitor of the District of Antananarivo (Madagascar), paid De La Salle Lipa a visit on June 11, 2016. It was his last stop in his week-long canonical visit in the country.

The visit was made official  by the guest's counterpart, Lasallian East Asia District Brother Visitor, Br. Edmundo Fernandez FSC, as he welcomed Br. Mamy in the LEAD Story, dated June 6, the arrival of the latter. The official bulletin of the district provided more information about the guest stating that Br. Mamy's term began in July 2013; a former Capitulant to the 45th General Chapter; and  that he used to be a secondary school teacher, formator in the Postulancy of Antananarivo and Staff in the RELAF Novitiate, prior to his appointment as Visitor.

Despite his short visit, Br. Mamy managed to visit several La Salle schools in Luzon, namely, De La Salle University-Manila, De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, De La Salle Zobel, De La Salle University Science and Technology Complex, De La Salle University-Dasmariñas, De La Salle-Health and Science Institute, La Salle Greenhills, and Jaime Hilario Integrated School-La Salle, and even stopped by the office of the De La Salle Philippines.

He also had the opportunity to meet with a fellow Malagasy, Br. Jean de Dieu FSC, taking up Doctorate in Educational Management at the De La Salle University-Manila.

The Malagasy Brother Visitor extended his warm regards to the rest of the Lasallians at DLSL and expressed his gratitude for the heartfelt reception.





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Finance Directorate Office Close
Please be informed that the Financial Resource Department will be closed on March 18, 2016 as we will be having our Institutional Recollection. Normal operations will resume on March 21, 2016.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

Foundation Week 2016 Activities

The Human Resource Department is inviting all faculty and staff to attend the activities below during the Foundation Week:


ALL SEMINARS ARE FREE.  Below is the schedule:

                                                           
DATE/VENUEACTIVITY
February 11, 2016
Thursday, 10:00am -11:30am, Exhibit Area, Open Volleyball Court

Proper Care and Propagation of Cactus and Succulents
by Ms. LINO ROM
Cactus and Succulents Society of the Philippines

   

To be attended by members of the Gardening Club and open to all faculty, staff, parents, alumni, and guests

February 9, 2016
Tuesday, 2:30pm - 4:00pm, 
LICA Demo Room, 1st Floor Chez Rafael

Cooking Demo on Healthy Recipes
by Chef Pamela de Leon

     

To be attended by members of the Cooking Club and open to all faculty, staff, parents, alumni, and guests

   

(Can accommodate up to 30 attendees.)

February 11, 2016
Thursday, 2:30pm - 4:00pm, 
LICA Demo Room, 1st Floor Chez Rafael, Exhibit Area, Open Volleyball    Court  

Cooking Demo
Sweet Desserts
by Chef Jayson Dimaculangan

     

To be attended by members of the Cooking Club and open to all faculty, staff, parents, alumni, and guests

   

(Can accommodate up to 30 attendees.)

February 11 to 13, 2016
Thursday to Saturday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Exhibit on Cactus and Succulents; Plants and Pots Sale by Mr. Lino Rom
Cactus and Succulent Society of the Philippines

For inquiries, please call the HRD office at local 210 or at 9810011 or email hrd@dlsl.edu.ph .   Thank you very much.

Free Vaccination on World Rabies Day
All year round is a season of giving and sharing, as proven by the Lasallian family on their celebration of the World Rabies Day, 28 September 2015, through free vaccination.

The campaign was led by the De La Salle Araneta University (DLSAU), in unison with the Departments of Agriculture and Health on being Rabies-Free in 2016.

De La Salle Lipa supported the noble cause of the sister school by assisting the DLSAU volunteer doctor, Veterinary Medicine students in their conduct of One La Sallle Anti-Rabies vaccination in Brgy. Malagonlong, Lipa City.

A total of 157 dogs and four cattle benefited from the said program with the tagline #EndRabiesTogether, through the coordination of the Community Involvement Office with the Office of the City Veterinary Officer, headed by Dr. Samuel P. Comia.


Free Laboratory Tests, ABI Screening
In line with the promotion of health care awareness of HRD, the IHS in coordination with Metro Lipa Medical Center will be conducting free screening interested employees which will be held on January 15, 2016 from 7:00 am to 10:00 am at the Institutional Health Services.

The following services will be offered:
- Fasting Blood Sugar screening - 100 px
- Cholesterol screening - 50 px
- ABI screening - 25 px

* The Ankle-brachial Index Test (ABI) is a quick, non-invasive way to check your risk of peripheral artery disease (PAD). Peripheral artery disease is a condition in which the arteries in your legs or arms are narrowed or blocked. This test is being recommended to persons 40 years old and above or with known case/history of the following:

  • Being a current or former smoker
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol

Note: For Fasting Blood Sugar, no food and drinks allowed from 12:00 midnight onward.

A sign-up will be available at the IHS until January 12, 2016 on "FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS."

For more information, you may call Ms Thess Atienza of IHS at local 214.

Free Training/Demo on Mac OS Familiarity for Apple Users
Power Mac Center 360, a project spearheaded by Power Mac Center, aims to provide a complete Apple experience to corporate and education clients. The partnership with De La Salle Lipa will deliver the Apple advantage closer to faculty , staff and students.

In order to enhance the Mac OS familiarity of Apple users, Power Mac Center will conduct a free training for interested faculty and staff on November 16 to 20, 2015. Demo units will be provided by Power Mac. Below are the list of topics that will be offered.
                                                                                                                   
DateTopicTimeVenue
Nov. 16iPhone and iPad Training (15 pax)10:00am - 11:30am
Meeting Room 
    (G/F, Learning Hub)
Nov. 17iPad Learning and Technology Seminar
(up to 50 attendees)
10:00am - 12:00nn
Discussion Room 
    (2/F, College LRC)
Nov. 18Mac OSX Training (15 pax)10:00am - 11:30am
Meeting Room 
    (G/F, Learning Hub)
Nov. 19iOS and Mac Device: Warranty Coverage Awareness, Do's and Don'ts and Basic Troubleshooting (up to 50 attendees)2:30pm - 4:00pm
Discussion Room 
    (2/F, College LRC)
Nov. 20iLife and iWork Training (15 pax)10:00am - 11:30am
Meeting Room 
    (G/F, Learning Hub)

Interested faculty and staff may call the HRD office at local 210 or at 9810011 for sign-up. Sign-up will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Deadline for enlistment will be until November 12, Thursday.

Thank you very much.

DLSL Tops ECT Board Two Years in a Row
For two consecutive years, De La Salle Lipa has been hailed as the Number 1 Top Performing School in the Electronics Technician Licensure Examination, nationwide, in respect with 50 or more examinees.

As the same board exam coincides with ECE, held on October 24-26, given by the Professional Regulation Commission, the most recent batch of DLSL's passers yielded 98.11% against the national passing rate of 84.21%. 

Hats off to the following new batch of Electronics Technician.

1. ABO, NIL JASPER S., ECT
2. ABU, KIERWIN T., ECT
3. AGUISANDA, EMMANUEL JUSTIN G., ECT
4. ALANO, JEAN CARLA P., ECT
5. ALANO, MARNELLI JOYCE M., ECT
6. ALTAMIRANO, AUDEE RAF B., ECT
7. BAUTISTA, ALEXA MARRIE B., ECT
8. CABUNGCAL, NIKKA C., ECT
9. CAGUITLA, MC CHARLES ADONIS G., ECT
10. CAJELO, JULIEZ NIÑA C., ECT
11. CARAIG, DARYLL NICOLE C., ECT
12. CASALA, KEVIN JAKE L., ECT
13. CATILO, KARL ANGELO L., ECT
14. DALISAY, DENYELLE G., ECT
15. DE LOS REYES, JOSHUA REI R., ECT
16. DEL MUNDO, MARK JOSEPH B., ECT
17. DELA LUNA, MIKEE E., ECT
18. DELA PEÑA, JOHN MARLON P., ECT
19. DIMAANO, HADRIAN J., ECT
20. ESTACIO, JAZZMYCKA DANIELLE C., ECT
21. FANER, HERGENE F., ECT
22. HERNANDEZ, CHRIS ANGELO B., ECT
23. HERNANDEZ, SHERALDYN VIEN C., ECT
24. HUELA, ERNEST VIEN T., ECT
25. INIEGO, MARY GRACE V., ECT
26. JASA, PAUL LEMUEL M., ECT
27. LAGUERTA, JOHN BETUEL D., ECT
28. LANDICHO, JOHN PATRICIO R., ECT
29. LLANES, ARLI ROSE L., ECT
30. LOPEZ, JOHN KEVIN L., ECT
31. LORIA, ANGELIQUE C., ECT
32. LUMBERA, JULIUS O., ECT
33. MACASAET, SONNY JR E., ECT
34. MAGALING, ELMAR C., ECT
35. MAGNAYE, LORENZ C., ECT
36. MALABANAN, CHRISTOPHER KEIO T., ECT
37. MANAOIS, MAIDA M., ECT
38. MARANAN, AARON KARLO P., ECT
39. MATIENZO, RONNIEL P., ECT
40. MENGOTE, JOSHUA M., ECT
41. MINDANAO, PETER JOSHUA P., ECT
42. MOJARES, JOHN VINCENT A., ECT
43. MORADA, JOHN PHILIP P., ECT
44. MUNDA, VANESSA L., ECT
45. PAGCALIWANGAN, LEIDEL M., ECT
46. RAMIREZ, KIMBERLY M., ECT
47. REYES, IVAN DENLORD C., ECT
48. SIBAYAN, ALDRIN LEWIS P., ECT
49. TANYAG, IAN ALFONSO L., ECT
50. UNTALAN, BRIAN BENEDICT R., ECT
51. VILLAROSA, CHRISTIAN PAUL D., ECT
52. WAGAN, LUIGI P., ECT





Faculty & Staff Men's Basketball Tournament Season 8
The Faculty and Staff Men's Basketball Tournament is on its Season 8 this SY 2015-2016. The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration extends its gratitude to the outgoing tournament commissioner Mr. Alfredo Cubilla, Jr. and welcomes the newly-appointed Mr. Randolph Renegado. As another season starts, new guidelines were being established in order to make the tournament more fun, fair, yet competitive. The committee has already identified the teams and offices that will be under each team. Switching or joining teams from other departments will no longer be allowed. Below are the identified teams:

  1. Admin 1 - Academic Services, OP, GSD
  2. Admin 2 - ICTC, VCM
  3. SMSS
  4. Security Agency
  5. IS Faculty and Staff
  6. College Faculty and Staff - Team 1
  7. College Faculty and Staff - Team 2 (for confirmation)
  8. Vintage Food Services Team
  9. Drivers Team

The composition of Admin 1 and Admin 2 teams was identified through draw lots with third party representatives. We  are encouraging all departments/directorates under the listed teams to prepare their line-up already for submission to the HRD. Below are the important dates to consider:

  • July 8, Wednesday - Deadline of sign-up
  • July 10, Friday - Meeting of the Committee with the Team Captains
  • August 4, Tuesday - Tentative Basketball Tournament Opening

Thank you very much and we all look forward to another successful tournament as we all aim to promote unity, sportsmanship and competitiveness among our Lasallian co-workers!

Garing, Top 8 in Nurse Licensure Examination
FLEURDELYN MANGUIAT GARING, magna cum laude of Batch 2015, deservingly landed 8th place in the May 2015 Nurse Licensure Examination after scoring 84.40%.

Such performance matches the outstanding results of De La Salle Lipa's NLE score of 92.00% for the first-time takers while the overall rating is 83.87% versus the national passing of 54.26%.

DLSL faired well in both regional and provincial
levels, CALABARZON and Batangas, as it topped the rankings, while the
institution placed second among La Salle schools next to University
of St. La Salle with an overall rating of 90.91%, in respect with 20-50
examinees.

Garing was one of the 9,707 who passed the NLE out of 17,891 hopefuls who took the exam held in May 2015 in the cities of Manila, Bacolod, Baguio, Cabanatuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, Laoag, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Tacloban, Tuguegarao and Zamboanga.

Aside from the said Lasallian topnotcher, below are the other NLE passers who earned the compliments of the DLSL community.

ARVIANE AUBREY ROSE VILLANUEVA ALTAMIRANO, RN
MICAH VERNA SHEEN SAMBAYAN ARIETA, RN
GERALDINE VIADO ATIENZA, RN
MARK ANTHONY MARQUEZ BAUTISTA, RN
CEILO MARIE CASTILLO BUGTONG, RN
INAH PATRICIA VILLANUEVA BUROG, RN
EROLL YZOBEL VERGARA CASAPAO, RN
KIM AZEL CAPINA CONTI, RN
KELSEY APUSEN DOBLE, RN
DIANA LYNN DELA CRUZ ESGUERRA, RN
KATHLEEN MAE RAMOS FERNANDEZ, RN
PAULINA NICOLE BONUS INANDAN, RN
ROSARY QUINTO LAYA, RN
PHILIPPE MANAY LOPEZ, RN
JOYCE PERDIGUERRA LUNA, RN
LUCY MAE MAGPANTAY, RN
MARA YSABEL CASTILLO MARQUEZ, RN
EDWARD EDRIAN GEBA MINDANAO, RN
DIANNE SARMIENTO PLATA, RN
CHARRIZZE DIMACULANGAN ROCES, RN
CARL ANGELO MALABUYOC RODRIGUEZ, RN
JEANNE MIKAELA EVANGELISTA SANCHEZ, RN
PAULYNNE MAGSINO TORRES, RN
RUSSELL ANTHONY ARIOLA TORRES, RN
JOHN NICHOLO LIM ZACARIAS, RN




Favorable REE Licensure April 2015 Results for DLSL
After completing a five-year degree program of BS Electrical Engineering and further review, it is only fitting to aspire for the next step to acquire the much coveted license to be officially and legally called Engineer.

With hard work, faith, and confidence, the alumni's dream have finally been realized, following the results of the April 2015 Registered Electrical Engineering Licensure Examination held in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, and Lucena.

Among the 884 passers out of 1,886, were De La Salle Lipa's alumni who yielded a 71.43% passing rate for the institution versus the national 46.87%.  

The DLSL community rejoices in the favorable results and beams with pride to introduce the following most recent REE Licensure Exam passers:

1. ENGR. MICHAEL ERVIE MALABANAN CARANDANG
2. ENGR. ELEANOR OCAMPO CASAO 
3. ENGR. IANNE ACLAN DALANGIN 
4. ENGR. JOHN ALVIN MEDRANO MAGPANTAY 
5. ENGR. LOUIE VIRREY ROSALES




Artletics 2015
For three consecutive years, De La Salle Lipa had cordially hosted the Artletics - an initiative founded by established artist Emmanuel "Manny" Garibay for fellow Filipino artists and cultural workers to address and promote their holistic lifestyle and welfare.

Established in 2009, this program had gathered several artists in the country over the years to congregate and give priority to their wellbeing by engaging in various activities that intend to hone their talents in the process.

The two-day event held April 11-12, 2015 assembled less than a hundred participants from different parts of the country.

From art seminars and workshops, health and wellness talks, to sports and fun games, this year's topics were covered by distinguished speakers - artists in their own right and some with established careers apart from arts. The invited resource speakers were Raul Alfonso - senior artist-teacher, member of the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA); Mae Paner - a talented PETA actress since 1983 and popularly know as Juana Change; Alwin Reamillo a - multi-talented artist engaged in a wide array of arts such as paintings, sculpture, mixed media installations, performance art, and shadow puppetry, with collaborations extending to communities; Jojo Soria-de Veyra - a Filipino cultural and social criticism blogger, fiction writer, poet, occasional art critic, editor of Diskurso, and direct democracy and participatory budgeting advocate; and finally, Dr. Alexander Tan - a practicing Ophthalmologist for the past 20 years, a graduate UP Medical School and completed his Fellowship at the Harvard Medical School, an artist and champion of arts.



Arts Month 2015 at DLSL
February may be the love month, but for the Culture and Arts Office it means the annual celebration of the Arts Month.

Through an engaging and compelling opening ceremony, the month-long warm tribute of De La Salle Lipa to Arts commenced. Arts Coordinator Rogger Basco (roggerbasco) led the program with his own unique take on an on-site installation titled TriZynch on February 2, 2015. Viewers were beguiled at the fascinating installations that were cleverly crafted with genuine passion.

Shortly after the opening ceremony, a series of programs ran throughout February, relative to the said celebration.

As a special treat to the Lasallians, a veteran artist, member of the Modern Arts Society for 23 years and hails from South Korea Gim Gwang Cheol flew in to share his passion for arts as his way of life and as a profession. Cheol was in a middle of a three-month Asian tour with filmmaker Lee Jung Hue who documented the visit and played a couple of his films on February 9.

New abstracts exhibit by multimedia artist roggerbasco titled Kromazia was launched on February 10 at the Hall of Lasallian Saints Lobby.

The next day, February 11, members of KARIBOK staged a Festival of Action Art performance art titled OFF.

DLSL alumnus, Darwin Pena, starred in a one-man exhibit featuring his oil pastel collection titled Sunchine.Ove.Dreams launched on February 17 at the lobby of Chez Rafael.

Another foreign act joined the bandwagon as Japanese artist Seiji Shimoda graced the celebration on February 20 for a talk regarding his life-long passion for arts and indulged the attendees in a live performance art along with Filipino artists Lorina Javier, Mannet Villaroba and DLSLs Culture and Arts Officer, Crecee Roldan.

A two-hour single-channel video art festival by practicing video artists piqued the interest of the viewers on February 18. Alumnus and indie film director, John Torres, top billed the event.

On the last leg of the celebration, a Hip Hop Workshop was held which was facilitated by artist Jay Masta on February 26.

And finally, the culminating activity 17th Sayaw Filipinas held on February 27 at the SENTRUM. The most anticipated annual dance festival gathered once again local groups of dancer in the country. The eclectic repertoire of this years performances by invited guests, Mad About Dance, University of Batangas, Salindayaw Dance Co., Romancon (Diverse), La Salle Filipininana, Influxus, Radical Force, Aqueous Goodbye (dance film), Pointes NFlexes, Lipa Integrated Performing Arts, Roamncon (Truss), Sinag ng Lahi Dance Co., and Aligma Dance Co., did not fall short of its viewers expectations. In one of its unique staging yet, a dance film was presented, much to the delight of the attendees.    

The Arts Month is annually organized by the Culture and Arts Office under the Directorate Office of Sports and Culture, headed by its Director, Ms. Emelie Babasa.



Financial Management Students did it again!
Financial management students have proven again the ability of Lasallian students to compete at the national level. 

Last February 28, 2015, the 3rd National Finance Competition 2015 was held, hosted by the Junior Confederation Association of the Philippines (JCFAP) which is the umbrella organization of over 100 college-based finance groups in the country.

The National Finance Competition is on its third year wherein De La Salle Lipa never fails to participate in the annual contest, be it either in debates, sports or quizzes.

Last year, financial management students, namely Alfonso Hernandez, Marielle Macasaet and Dea Sandoval were awarded the first place in the debate and Amiel Regin Ramirez and Roeschelle Tiongson as the Ambassadors and Ambassadress of Goodwill in South Luzon Chapter.

Before the 3rd National Finance Competition, the JFINEX officers commenced the screening by holding a quiz bee for the third year students last November 20, 2014 where winners automatically qualify in the 3rd National Finance Competition. Four groups composed of different sections and selected students took the quiz comprising of questions about financial management, statistics, economics, accounting and good governance. The winner of the quiz bee were Marvin Banate, Elaine Balidio and Maria Abigail Gomez.  These three outstanding students were the ones who competed in the 3rd National Finance Competition 2015.

The event was held by chapters, and De La Salle Lipa is included in the South Luzon Chapter as well as other schools namely, Sacred Heart College from Lucena City, Batangas State University (Main, Lipa and Malvar), Kolehiyo ng Lungsod ng Lipa, Manuel S. Enverga, Southern Luzon State University, Cavite State University and University of Rizal System Binangonan.

At the end of the competition, DLSL placed fourth in the South Luzon Chapter and eighth place in the national level.

It was a good competition and a good experience for all the participants. Undeniably, these three outstanding students, Banate, Balidio and Gomez have brought pride and honor to DLSL.


Turalba Foundation grants P200K to 40 DLSL scholars
Forty Lasallian scholars received the two-hundred thousand check donation from the Turalba Foundation during the 17th Chairmans Cup last January 24 at the Mt. Malarayat Golf & Country Club.

Arch. Antonio Turalba, Sr., together with his wife, handed the check donation to Henson F. Ola, Lasallian Assistance Management Program (LAMP) manager.

As part of the Turalba Foundations charity program, Turalba allotted two hundred thousand pesos from the proceeds of the Cup to provide financial assistance to forty deserving scholars that would subsidize five thousand pesos of their remaining fees for two semesters for the Saint Brother Migule Febres Cordero scholars and for the Saint Brother Jaime Hilario grantees.

The forty beneficiaries were composed of ten scholars from St. Brother Jaime Hilario Learning Community (SBJHLC) and thirty were from the college.

A decade after of holding this event, the foundation had produced 70 alumni wherein fifty-one college graduates are already gainfully employed and the remaining were nineteen high school graduates. Moreover, nine college scholars are expected to graduate this year.

Inspired by the testimonials of two alumni, Elizabeth Torres and Angelica Rebao, Turalba ensured Ola that they would add ten more scholars next year to increase the number of scholars up to fifty.

"The foundation has been of great help to me and to my studies. It inspires me to persevere more. I'm hoping that they will continue with this advocacy for there are more scholars who need their help," said Elaine Katigbak, fourth year Education student and scholar.




Faculty Researchers Share Results of Studies in Various Conferences

The first semester of SY 2014-2015 proved to be productive to DLSL faculty members as they engaged themselves in various research presentations in international and national conferences. The College of Education Arts and Sciences had the most number of research presentations. 


Leading this semesters researcher was Michael M. Ramos with three international presentations. He was followed by Bernardo C. Lunar who had two international presentations and one national presentation.


Other CEAS faculty members with international presentations included: Renan Kasilag, Joe Macatangay, Joy Talens, Ph.D., Ivee Guce, Ph.D., Richard Magsino, Joseph Angelou Ng, Aristotle Balba, Aldin Gonzales, Catherine Precioso, Vivienne Rhea Padura, Roy Dalisay, and Hermogenes Panganiban, DPA. 


Engr. Imelda Martin and Andrenelyn Varona of CITE and CIHTM shared results of their research works to an international audience in USA and Japan respectively. 


Noriel Navita of the Integrated School presented his paper in the international conference sponsored by the Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU) Batangas.


In the national scene, some faculty members with research presentations were: Renan Kasilag, Joseph Angelou Ng, Catherine Precioso, Edmerson Geronimo, Vivienne Rhea Padura, Bernardo Lunar, Jesirene Villanueva, Marisol Laguardia, Renato Maligaya and Bonifacio Train, Jr. National presentations were held in Manila, Cebu and Baguio. 


International presentations attended by faculty members were held in Hong Kong, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Philippines, USA and Japan.


Meanwhile, some CBEAM faculty members participated as presenters in international conferences in Penang Malaysia and Hong Kong in November. CBEAM professors with international presentations included: Wilfreda Dimano, Edgar Allan Castro, Ph.D., Sheila Maloles and Jasmin De Silva. In November, Aileen Joy Saul will present a paper in UP Diliman for an international conference while Joy Talens, Ph.D. will fly to Taiwan to present two of her papers.


Upcoming presentations of faculty members will be research conferences sponsored by the CHED IV-A CRC (2014 Research Conference), DLSU-Dasmarinas (Research Festival) and Lyceum of Batangas (Sotero Laurel Research Forum).




Foundation Day Anniversary and Our Lady of Immaculate Conception
In celebration of the Foundation Anniversary of the Province of Batangas, President Benigno S. Aquino III declared Monday, 8 December 2014 as a Special (Non-Working) Day under Proclamation No. 913.

On the same day, we will also celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception. We encourage everyone to celebrate and participate in the half-day activity of the Community Involvement Office (CIO), "Alay kay Maria-Adopt a Family".

Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, Pray for us!

Free Laboratory Tests and ECG
In line with the promotion of health care awareness of the Human Resource Department, the Institutional Health Services (IHS) in coordination with Metro Lipa Medical Center will be conducting FREE LABORATORY screening and ECG to interested employees which will be held at the school clinic on November 28, 2014 from 7:00am to 10:00am.

The following services will be offered:
  • ECG Testing - 50 pax
  • Fasting Blood Sugar Screening - 100 pax
  • Cholesterol Screening - 30 pax

Note: For Fasting Blood Sugar, no food and drinks allowed from 12:00 midnight onwards before the scheduled blood extraction.

A SIGN-UP will be available at the IHS until November 25, 2014 on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, you may call Ms. Thess Atienza of IHS at local 214.

Thank you very much.

BRAFE's Mission on its 9th Year
For a greater purpose in playing and golfing, a free Lasallian education became the golden trophy where the A Game was achieved by the golfers who participated in the 9th BRAFE Golf Tournament held at Mt. Malarayat Golf and Country Club, Oct. 6.

The BRAFE Golf Tournament is an annual event where professional and amateur golfers around the country assemble in a friendly and charitable competition which aims to raise funds to provide free Lasallian education for the deserving college students in De La Salle Lipa.

Br. Joaquin Kenneth Martinez FSC, D. Min., President and Chancellor of De La Salle Lipa started the tournament by a Ceremonial Toss. The said tournament had only one shot gun which ran from 8:00 am until 3:00 pm. After the games, winners were recognized and received trophies and gifts from the organizer.

Albert Garcia, head of the BRAFE Golf Core Group formally endorsed a check amounting to PHP 1,000,000.00 to the FSLE group and accepted by Br. Kenneth as the result of the said golf tournament which basically came from the registration and donations of participant-golfers.

As of this year, FSLE has 30 scholars coming from engineering, business management, accountancy, arts and sciences programs. These scholars are enjoying 100% free tuition and miscellaneous fees as managed and supervised by the Lasallian Assistance Management Program (LAMP).

Henson Ola, LAMP Manager, accompanied the scholars present during the awarding ceremony of the said tournament and presented their gratitude to the crowd of golfers. FSLE alumni Benny Mart Hiwatig, Joe Andrew Villanueva, and Fatima Rose Fajilan who were the beneficiaries of BRAFE Golf Tournaments were also present to share their current career status.

Approaching into a decade next year, Foundation for Sharing Lasallian Education (FSLE) and BRAFE Golf Core Group believe that there will be more golfers to participate in the tournament and become a part of the late Br. Rafe Donato FSCs advocacy on Golfing for Education.



FIRST eJEEPNEY in the PROVINCE: ONLY at DLS LIPA
Clean, green, renewable and safe - the first operational eJeepney in the whole province of Batangas already started its successful run to transport people to destinations within the De La Salle Lipa Campus. 

As part of the DLSL pillar of direction for the care and nurturance of the environment, the eJeepney is the school's contribution to address urban environmental problems such as air pollution and solid waste.

More importantly, the new addition to the transport fleet of the institution is a concrete and viable way in which the school can contribute to reducing the country's greenhouse gas emissions and addressing the issue on climate change proactively.

The eJeepney will begin to transport people around the campus but will mostly focus on destinations to and from the main campus to the DLSL Annex 2 property.  The said property is the location of the recently blessed DLSL Retreat Complex and the upcoming Sports Complex.




Fixed Assets Inventory
Please be informed that the Inventory and Property Management Section (IPMS) will conduct an inventory count of all Fixed Assets beginning October 13 to November 30, 2014.

In this regard, offices and classrooms will be opened by the IPMS personnel on the scheduled count. Everyone is reminded not to leave any personal belongings in their respective offices for security and proper inventory count purposes. All fixed assets inside the offices and classrooms will be counted as property of the school.

Rest assured that all assets in your offices will be treated with utmost care.

Thank you very much.

FEBRES 2nd sem duty
FEBRES scholars who are scheduled to render their duty for 2nd sem, SY 2014-2015 must report in their respective office assignment on November 3, 2014.

Faculty researchers present papers during the 9th NOCEI Research Forum
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.







Financial Wellness and Investment Opportunitites
Making sound financial decision is a major concern especially with today's economic situation. As employees, decisions about one's finances should be taken with much thoughtful and careful study.

In order to give employees more financial options, the Human Resource Department has invited MANULIFE Philippines, PRU LIFE U.K., and INSULAR Home Credit to discuss and recommend financial protection solutions as a way to secure and control one's financial future. When talking about finances, every employee, regardless of age and status should be well-informed and educated, likewise, it is never too early nor too late to improve and achieve financial wellness.

The seminar is scheduled on 16 July 2014, Wednesday, 8:00am to 11:30am at the FHP Function Room, CM Recto Hall. Please contact Ms. Raquel C. Inciong at local 210 for SIGN-UP on or before 9 July 2014, Wednesday.

Thank you very much.

Faculty - Access to Encode Summer Grades
Notes to Faculty Members

 

ACCOUNTS OF FACULTY MEMBERS FOR SUMMER WERE DEACTIVATED AS OF MAY 26, 2014; 6:00PM

 

 

For those who were not able to submit their grades, please accomplish the "Late Submission of Grades Special Permission Form" to submit grades.

 

 

 

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To All College Faculty Members (May 25, 2014)

 

Please use the Ewiz URL to encode your Summer Grades at

 


 

Please be informed that Ewiz is compatible with IE Version 8 and below but for those who are using higher versions of IE browser, please click on the COMPATIBILITY MODE (you can see this on the upper portion, right side of the URL) to be able to view the complete menu (Post grade menu) of the Ewiz System.

 

If you have concerns in encoding your grades, kindly send email to any of the following e-mail addresses on or before May 26, 2014:

 

 

   levinia.silva @dlsl.edu.ph   or

 


 

 

Thank you.

 

 

 

A Better View behind the Lens of JP Yulo
Fellow Lasallian and seasoned travel photographer JP Yulo, an alumnus of University of St. La Salle and De La Salle University-Manila, conducted a seminar-workshop on photography held May 8-9 at the Sen. Jose Diokno Hall.

Yulo was quite generous with techniques and practical tips he shared with his ardent participants composed of Presidential Management Director Arnold Capuloy, Arts Coordinator Rogger Basco, Publications Officer Noel Pascual, Student Affairs Officer Melissa Ishikawa, Graphics Artist Ross Boncajes, Presidential Management Office Asst. Jac Climaco, and Lavoxa College Publications representative Bon Marion Benito.

Several topics were discussed such as indoor/outdoor photography, maximizing the use of natural light, rule of thirds, metering modes, and other subjects relative to photo shoots that are meant for publication.

More than passion, photography is something that Yulo takes to heart. This is obviously translated in his photographs that need no explanation. And this was the valuable input that the attendees surely captured.


FSC 2014 Results
The Friendship and Solidarity Cup (FSC) 2014, spearheaded by the Sports & Culture Directorate, culminated the competition last March 23 at the SENTRUM and Br. Henry Virgil Gymnasium.  Now on its 14th year, FSC aims to promote sports by involving different colleges and universities from different provinces and regions to compete and interact.

Results of this year's tournament are as follows:

Men's Basketball
Champio- First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities
1st Runner-up - San Pablo Colleges
2nd Runner-up - Computer System Technological College

Women's Basketball
Champion - De La Salle College of St. Benilde
1st Runner-up - De La Salle Lipa
2nd Runner-up - Sacred Heart College

HS Basketball Boys
Champion - University of Batangas
1st Runner-up - De La Salle Lipa
2nd Runner-up - Sacred Heart College

Men's Volleyball
Champion - San Beda College Mendiola
1st Runner-up - De La Salle College of St. Benilde
2nd Runner-up - De La Salle University Dasmarias

Women's Volleyball
Champion - Lyceum Calamba
1st Runner-up - De La Salle University Dasmarias
2nd Runner-up - University of Perpetual Help System Laguna

Men's Football
Champion - San Beda College Mendiola
1st Runner-up - Red Archers Football Club
2nd Runner-up - Malayan College







CBEAM Journal now off the press
Four scholarly works of faculty members of DLSL College of Business Economics Accountancy and Management (CBEAM) are now available in the January 2014 maiden issue of De La Salle Lipa Journal of Management. The journal likewise features two articles from Widyatama University in Indonesia, CBEAM's international partner.

Ms. Lani Garachico, Dean of CBEAM and Dr. Merlita Durana, faculty member of Accountancy Department evaluated in their paper the Accountancy program of DLSL by graduates of batches 2002-2011.

Jasmin De Silva, Sheila Maloles and Teresita Rosales of the Business Administration Department wrote about the "Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting Practices of Ten Companies in the Philippines."

Dr. Merlita Durana, Teresita Linatoc and Lanie Santos described and assessed in their study the Philippine economy based on selected work indicators.

Dr. Edgar Allan Castro, Jasmin de Silva and Nerissa Lucasia presented the development of a competency-based assessment tool designed to help HEI's in developing students' skills, knowledge and personal characteristics considered important by industry stakeholders. This was articulated in their paper "Instrument Development for Industry Based Competency Assessment of Employment Readiness of New Graduates of Business: Evidence for the Quality of Educational Service Delivery."

Articles featured in the maiden issue were from the faculty researchers of Widyatama University in Indonesia written by Intan Oviantari entitled Remuneration, Corporate Governance and Bank Performance: A Study of Indonesia. The other article was titled Empirical Study of Entrepreneurial Attitudes and Intentions among Indonesian Business Students written by Nugroho J. Setiadi and Devy Mawarnie Puspitasari.

The DLSL Journal of Management was published under the supervision of the Institution's Office of Research and Publications. Its Editorial Board consists of Amelito Castillo, Editor-in-chief; Dr. Edgar Allan Castro, Managing Editor/Lay-out artist and Joe Macatangay, Publications Manager.

Published biannually, the second issue of the journal is expected to be released in June 2014.








FILIPINO TEACHER

         Qualification Standards    

                                                                  


-          BSE major in Filipino graduate


-     Preferably a LET passer


-     preferably with teaching experience


FSLE Alumni in looking back and giving back
It is another realization of Foundation for Sharing Lasallian Education's (FSLE) aim to provide free Lasallian education for financially challenged but deserving college students of De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) as the FSLE benefactors, alumni and present scholars convened for the first ever FSLE Grand Alumni Homecoming at Corinthian Gardens Clubhouse, Quezon City, December 20, 2013.

With the theme, "Looking Back, Giving Back," Caress Banson, President of FSLE explained to the crowd that it is time for the FSLE alumni to sponsor soon-to-be scholars of DLSL which in the first place is the foundations mission.

Afterwards, DLSL Vice Chancellor for Mission (VCM), Violeta Ramirez delivered her words of gratitude for the foundation for continuous support of producing scholars. She also told a short story about her commitment with late Br. Rafael Donato, founder of FSLE that made everyone in the venue realize how the late Brother President touched the hearts of people in DLSL including her.

The present FSLE alumni scholars were also given the chance to show their gratitude for the foundation and share their current life as professionals. Everyone was grateful to hear those achievements of the alumni which really inspired the present scholars to strive more in their studies.

After the speeches, the program proceeded into a Christmas-themed production number prepared by the present scholars which highlighted the Christmas season and served as their gift-effort for the benefactors.

The event ended with glowing faces of everyone during the photo opportunities and gift-giving spearheaded by the present benefactors namely Tony Sumbico, Danding Lucero, Cathy and Gerry Choa, Salud De Castro, Caress Banson and the BRAFE Golf Core Group represented by Ben Jacinto and Bong Africa.

FSLE Grand Alumni Homecoming was organized through the efforts of LAMP office, headed by Henson Ola, select FSLE alumni scholars and the FSLE officers. The FSLE scholars were accompanied by Jhing Minas, LAMP office staff and Violeta Ramirez, VCM.


FEDPAR HOLDS FIRST RESEARCH SUMMIT
In an effort to unify research undertakings in CALABARZON through the initiative of CHED IV-A Director, Dr. Leonida S. Calagui, an organization was born. Meetings were held and officers were elected. ORP Director Gina M. Dimaano was elected Treasurer of the Federation of Professional Associations in Region IV-A (FEDPAR IV-A).

The association gathered the 19 professional groups in the region for a Research Summit held at Lyceum of the Philippines University Cavite, November 22-23.

With the theme, "Unifying Researches in Region IV-A Towards Global Standards," three faculty researchers of De La Salle Lipa were present during the summit to share their research outputs in their fields.

Dr. Maria Theresa Kalaw, Chair of the Education Department talked about her findings in her paper titled: "Realistic Mathematics Approach, Mathematical Communication and Problem-Solving Skills of High Functioning Autistic Children: A Case Study."

Arvie Andal, Education Department faculty presented the processes he used in developing and evaluating an educational multimedia courseware to introduce number sense to children with autism.

Accompanied with SUBLI dance steps, Michael Ramos of the Religious Studies and Philosophy Area explored in his paper how SUBLI "has gradually integrated into Christian faith through enculturation."

Also present during the summit were some faculty members of the College of Business Economics Accountancy and Management namely: Dr. Edgar Allan Castro, Sheila Maloles, Dr. Merlita Durana, Jasmin de Silva and Theresa Magsino.












CBEAM Faculty Conquer SEAAIR Conference
Four faculty members from the College of Business Economics Accountancy and Management presented their research outputs during the 13th Annual SEAAIR Conference held in Jogjakarta Indonesia, October 7-9.

Nora Sarmiento presented two of her works: "Entrepreneurial Attitudes and Intentions among Business Students of De La Salle Lipa" and "Perceived Service Quality of Academic Advising Program of De La Salle Lipa: Its Effect on Student Retention."

Joel Osorio shared the results of his study about the "Correlates of Organizational Effectiveness of De La Salle Lipa College of Business Economics Accountancy and Management."

Chair of the Business Administration Department, Nerissa Obviar discussed her findings in her study Correlates of Instructional Quality and Employment Readiness Skills during the conference.

Lanie Santos explored in her study the relationship between Leader - Member Exchange LMX and Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB).

With the theme "Entrepreneurship in Higher Education and Institutional Effectiveness," the conference aims to bring together policy-makers, academicians, researchers, practitioners and managers in higher education institutions.

Sheila Maloles, ORP Evaluation and Monitoring Officer was also present during the conference.
























Final Examination Schedule - October 7, 2013
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FSLE Scholars in Throwback Exposé
Scholars left their pile of paper works in academics for a while as
they engage in a one-day exposure trip on September 6 in Intramuros, Manila.


This year's exposure trip was considered a 'throwback expose'
where scholars under the
supervision of Henson Ola, LAMP Manager, and Jhing Mias, LAMP Staff,
experienced the ambiance of the countrys rich heritage in the Walled City of
Intramuros. There were different significant places visited and some
interactive historical activities participated in by the scholars which made
this jaunt memorable and meaningful for everyone.


First, the group had a time to
tour along the Intramuros villages where they saw some ancestral houses and
establishments.


Moving to the Fort Santiago,
scholars were fortunate to witness and be directly involved in two theater
plays sponsored by Heroes Square.
One play was about the life of Dr. Jose Rizal - a musical genre which attracted
the audience to watch attentively. Another play was about building a faction of
Katipuneros headed by the supremo, Andres Bonifacio. This theater was somewhat
different from the common plays because it required audience to be directly
involved in the whole play. Scholars acted as Katipuneros. A random part of the
play required audiences participation to find a character named "Kalayaan"
(independence) inside the Walled
City. The play portrayed
the significance of a nations journey to independence.


To enjoy more sites and amenities
in Fort, the group rode a 'Kalesa' around the area and enjoyed picture-taking
opportunities. Moreover, they had the chance to watch an audio visual
presentation about the history of Intramuros.


After the exhausting-yet-fun
experience inside the Fort Santiago, the whole group proceeded to Planetarium and
later on witnessed the different and unique 'obras' inside the National Museum
for the Arts, then moved to Luneta Park where the Manila tour ended.


After going to different places
in Manila, the FSLE group traveled going to
Mario's Kitchen in Makati
City to take some rest
and enjoy the refreshments sponsored by Ms. Caress Banson, FSLE President.


The FSLE Exposure Trip 2013 was
successfully done as manifested by the words of the scholars after the
whole-day activity.


"This was really a throwback!" -
a realization said by Mary Noemi Cruz, BSBA-Marketing 3rd year
student and one of the batch 11 FSLE scholars.




From Face to Faith

All co-workers are
encouraged to participate  in our Peace One Day Celebration on September 30, 2013. We are all aware of
the different social issues and injustices that really need our support through
little or big  effort that we can share
for the attainment of our goal.



This program  aims to promote the value of togetherness and
community in prayers for peace and unity 
and to deepen our faith in God as we experience inner peace  and share it with others. The following Peace
Initiatives are hoped to be implemented on the said date with our collaborative
effort, all for the glory of the Lord.




The following will be
followed on the said date:



































Time:



Activity:



Person-in-charge:



8:00-8:10



A Moment of Silence (Prayer
Service Over the P.A. )



ILFO/PAALSA



8:10-8:50



Planting of Peace Pole
and Blessing of Peace
Garden
(To be
participated by the selected students)



VCAR/ILFO/SCB/



8:00 -3:00



A Fast For Peace (A whole day
of fasting for unnecessary noise inside and outside the classroom; no
shouting, no running, etc.)



Admin, Faculty and Staff


(For the monitoring of
silence)



9:00-3:00



Prayer Vigil for Peace (To be
participated by all students and faculty during CL, Eng and Reading for GS; CL(HS); Rel Ed(College)


Whom will I Make Peace
With?
(The students pledge will be dropped in the drop box)


Peace Wall



CL teachers and ILFO



3:00 -3:10



Song for Peace (Finale Song
over the P.A. for the closing ceremony of the Peace One Day Celebration)



ILFO/ PAALSA




 



Important
Notes to Remember :



At the sound of Peace Bell,
the ILFO will light a Peace Candle to symbolically signal the start of Peace
One Day Celebration. After lighting the candle, the prayer service  over the P.A. will follow. Then the planting
of Peace Pole and Blessing of Peace Garden will be facilitated by the VCAR and
ILFO.




At around 9:00AM there
will be a Prayer Vigil at the Capilla to be facilitated by the different
classes in Christian Living, Social Studies and English for the GS Department; CL
and Rel. Ed./Theology in HS & College respectively. The mysteries of the
Holy Rosary will be intended for Peace.




The information about the Peace Pole and Peace Garden
will be discussed through daily bulletin entries  and be integrated in the CL and Soc. Stud. for
a better understanding before the Peace One day Celebration.




All students are encouraged to sign in the
Peace Wall and write there- (Whom will I make Peace With?) and promise to
fulfil his/her pledge.




At the sound of Peace Bell
in the afternoon at 3:00PM it will signal the closing ceremony through a final
song for Peace.




We hope that through our  initiatives we can make a difference in making
the spark of light shine throughout the world.




Good luck and a more
peaceful community ahead!



 



Prepared by:
Ms. Edna Yanga



 



 



 



 




FROM STUDENT ACTIVITIES OFFICE:
  • We commend the SCB headed by Jonathan Coronel, SCB President for initiating the Drive for the Habagat and Typhoon Maring Victims last August 22-27, 2013. The project was made possible through the combined efforts of the Integrated School community, College students, Lasallian partners and CIO headed by Ms. Judith Alcaraz. This project was able to reach less than 1,300 families from San Pedro, Laguna, Pansol, Laguna, Cavite and Lemery, Batangas.

  • In support of the Lasallian Earth Day (LED), the SCB has sponsored Earth Hour Project every first Friday of the month starting last July from 8:00-9:00AM. The I.S. community is encouraged to observe green lights out by turning off the lights and ACUs for an hour. Certainly, this small deed shall make a big impact in making our planet earth a better place to live in.

Freshmen Reservation & Enrollment Process for First Semester SY 2014-2015
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Free Lab Test, Bone Scanning, ECG, & Diet Counseling
In line with the promotion of health care awareness of the Human
Resource Department, the Institutional Health Services (IHS) in
coordination with Metro Lipa Medical Center will be conducting FREE
screening to interested employees which will be held at the school
clinic on September 13, 2013 from 7:00am  to 10:00am.

The following service will be offered:
  • Bone Scanning  - 100px
  • ECG Testing  - 35px
  • Fasting Blood Sugar Screening -50px
  • Cholesterol Screening  - 50px
           *Diet Counseling

Note: For Fasting Blood Sugar, no food and drinks allowed from 12:00 midnight onwards.

A SIGN-UP will be available at the IHS until September 9, 2013 on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, you may call Ms. Thess Atienza of IHS at local 214.

Thank you very much.

FROM THE HRD
Co-workers may claim their personal copy of contract, special appointment, administrative appointment, evaluation, Medocare ID and Philhealth ID.







Faculty present research undertakings in natl and intl conferences
The busy start of the school year 2013-2014 did not prevent some faculty researchers from communicating their research outputs in various national and international conferences.

The paper titled "Input Modification and Self-questioning: Effect on Level 7 Students Comprehension of Science Text" written by Haidee M. Angeles was presented during the 4th Centre for English Language Communication (CELC) Symposium held at U-Town, National University of Singapore on May 27-29, 2013.

In the Third Annual Lasallian Association of Tourism and Hospitality Education (LATHE) Convention, three faculty members from CIHTM shared their research works. Roy Aguba was one of the plenary speakers during the conference where he discussed how the competency requirements for entry level positions of selected deluxe hotels in Manila can serve as guide for effective education, training and self enhancement. Andrenalyn Varona, Tourism Department Chair presented her paper Understanding Local Residents Perceptions Towards Tourism Development in San Juan, Batangas. Likewise, Maria Madel Ocampo faculty member of Tourism Department shared her findings in her paper Management Skills as Perceived by Lasallian Hospitality Educators in the Philippines.

Two faculty members of Education Department showcased their scholarly works. Dr. Vivian Titular traveled to two countries in Europe to present her two research outputs. First, she went to Findhorn Community and Ecovillage, Scotland last June 26-28 for a paper presentation of her dissertation "Affirming Spiritual Culture of Trust: A Model of Empowerment in Isla Berde, Batangas, Philippines." In Dublin City University Ireland, she discussed to an international audience how photovoice can be an approach for a positive development of students well-being. The conference was held July 4-5, 2013.

Mr. Arvie Andal imparted his findings on the development and evaluation of an educational story telling courseware for children with autism during the National Forum on Current and Emerging Practices in Teacher Education held at PNU.

With the willingness of faculty to do research and the institutional support through the Office of Research and Publications, the culture of research is sure to thrive in DLSL.



CBEAM faculty to target international conference in Japan
Four research abstracts emanated from the workshop facilitated by Dr. Gerardo L. Largoza, chair at the DLSU School of Economics. Abstracts formulated are for submission to the Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Graduate School of Management 2014 Winter Conference.

The three-day seminar workshop held June 6-7 at the LIRD lounge was part of the ORPs research agenda of presentation and publication of research outputs in international setting.

Participated in by the faculty members of CBEAM and CIHTM, the proposed topics were: Impact Evaluation of two-year "Its More Fun in the Philippines," Traditional versus online pedagogies for marketing education, Matching accounting competencies to employer expectations and K-12 tracking and predictors of national competitiveness.

Dr. Largoza emphasized three things researchers need to consider for international publication such as: selecting an appropriate journal and following it, having clear peer-review designs before collecting data and positioning in terms of what is known.

Part of the three-day workshop was the session devoted to perfecting grammar and concision, writing clear sentences and coherent paragraphs which are very important tools for researchers to organize their research paper.

A series of mentoring will be done by Dr. Largoza to the faculty researchers. From July-October, target workshops will be on methods, design and results respectively.




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What is the effect of not paying my tuition fees on time?
Following the student handbook, students without payment by the end of the second week of the semester will be automatically deleted from the class lists.

From the Human Resource Department
  1. All Part-Time faculty are requested to visit the HR Office for the signing of Contract for First Semester of SY 2013-2014 starting today, August 13, 2013 for the processing of August 25, 2013 payroll.
  2. Co-workers may claim their personal copy of contract, special appointment, administrative appointment , evaluation, Medocare ID and Philhealth ID.


Thank you very much.


Finance Resource Department



Finance Director
- Bachelors degree in Finance or Business Administration or Accountancy or related Degree Program
- Preferably CPA with a Masters Degree in Business Administration
- At least 3 to 5 years experience in finance or accounting
- Management, leadership, supervisory experience is also necessary
- Preferably with professional credentials such as Chartered Financial Analyst , Certified Treasury Professional and PICPA credentials

FILIPINO INSTRUCTOR
- Preferably with MA in Literature or Filipino
- Preferably with teaching experience

FAQs


This collection of frequently asked questions (FAQ) provides brief answers to many common questions.




From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Café le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Café le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Café le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Café le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

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Financial Management


The Course

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Financial Management (BSBA-FM) program is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills of the theories, concepts and principles of finance and financial management. The program is created to prepare students for careers in the competitive world of finance and business.



Career Opportunities

Management Trainee in Finance

New Account Personnel

Credit and Collection Assistant

Credit Analyst

Treasury Assistant

Entrepreneur

Order/Cashier Trader

Stock, Financial Analyst








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Faculty and Staff Wall unveiled on Teachers and Staff's Day
As this beloved institution celebrates its Golden Jubilee Year, the De La Salle Lipa Integrated School Faculty and Staff Association (DLSL IS FSA) actively participated in the celebration of the Golden Anniversary through the Faculty and Staff Wall project.

The Faculty and Staff Wall project is a 32" x 60" photo collage frame consisting of the faculty and staff who are, were and had been connected to the Integrated School or its former nomenclature (e.g. High School, Unified School) in his/her capacity as faculty or staff (academic non-teaching, and academic-related) for at least twenty five years, whether continuous or intermittent. The said frame shall be permanently installed in the exhibit lounge (the second floor) of the Br. Vernon Mabile Learning Resource Center (BVMLRC).

The Faculty and Staff Wall was unveiled during the Catholic Teachers and Staff's Day celebration on January 25, 2013. The program begun with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 11:00AM at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista De La Salle. It was followed by the blessing of the Statute of Jesus with Children. The Student Coordinating Board (SCB) prepared a Variety Show and lunch at the nostalgic Br. Henry Virgil Memorial Gymnasium. Emyla Ongkiatco, SCB President, Rey Villegas, IS FSA President, Dr. Alice Botardo, Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, Violeta Ramirez, Vice Chancellor for Mission, and Dr. Joey Panganiban, DLSLAA Inc. President, led the unveiling of the Faculty and Staff Wall while teachers, parents, students, and alumni witnessed the event. All the forty five faculty honorees were given a certificate and token during the event. DLSL High School Class of 1986 sponsored this noble endeavor.

The DLSL IS FSA believes that this momentous project will give recognition to the commitment of the faculty and staff who have served/been serving this righteous institution for at least twenty five years. Also, it is deemed that the recipient faculty and staff will develop a sense of pride, fulfilment and dignity for acknowledging their sacrifices and dedication in teaching minds, touching hearts and transforming lives. Furthermore, it is assumed that this noble undertaking will inspire new faculty and staff in the Integrated School to adhere in their commitment about the mission entrusted by the dear founder, St. John Baptist De La Salle.