CSSP Week 2017 Opens with Poster Exhibit and the Inauguration of the Graduate Reading Room

 The Poster Exhibit of CSSP Week 2017

The College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (CSSP) officially opened its 33rd annual founding, CSSP Week, last February 21, 2017 with a poster exhibit and the opening of the CSSP Graduate Reading Room. The opening of the CSSP week was held at the Palma Hall Lobby from 9:00 to 10:00 in the morning. Gregorio E.H. del Pilar, PhD, the Associate Dean for Research, Extension, and Publications, took charge of the poster exhibit while Jeanette L. Yasol-Naval, PhD, the Office of the Graduate Program Coordinator, led the inauguration of the graduation reading room. 

 The program began with the opening remarks from Dean Grace H. Aguiling-Dalisay, PhD who related the theme of CSSP Week with the significance of the poster presentations as the first highlight of the weeklong founding. “Agham Panlipunan at Pilosopiya: Mapanuring Gabay sa Bayang Pilipino” as the theme was conscientiously manifested, Dean Aguiling-Dalisay remarks, mainly through the research which the college regularly produces. Social science and philosophy research generated by the college becomes a critical guide to inform the conscience of the Filipino nation.

Associate Dean del Pilar also spoke in behalf of the poster exhibit which consisted of 27 posters from the different departments, institute, and center of the college. Dr. del Pilar briefly recounted the history of CSSP with its origins as being a haven of the liberal arts and sciences. Palma Hall, once known as the College of Arts and Sciences, was a common place for interdisciplinarity before the split into the tri-colleges (namely: CSSP, College of Science, and College of Arts and Letters) occurred in 1983. The return to interdisciplinarity among and outside the fields of the social sciences and philosophy can be evident in the numerous researches done on disaster risk and management, which were also on display.

To further emphasize on the role of knowledge production through research, Dr. Yasol-Naval commented on the importance of the CSSP Graduate Reading Room. The graduate reading room, Dr. Yasol-Naval stresses, is a vital step in cultivating a space for the reading and writing of social science and philosophy dissertations of graduate students. These dissertations and theses would eventually contribute to the existing pool of knowledge systems in the various fields within the college.

Lastly, Michael L. Tan, PhD, the Chancellor of the University of the Philippines-Diliman gave a short message for the college. Being from CSSP, Chancellor Tan urged the college to continue being more visible in terms of research within the university and outside the institution through the larger Filipino society. After his message, Chancellor Tan was joined by Dean Aguiling-Dalisay and Associate Dean del Pilar for the unfurling of the ribbon by the poster panels to officially open the CSSP Week.

The audience of faculty, staff, REPS, and students were then brought to the CSSP Graduate Reading Room for its official inauguration through another traditional unfurling of the ribbon. Chancellor Tan, Dean Aguiling-Dalisay, Dr. Yasol-Naval, and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Ma. Theresa T. Payongayong, PhD facilitated the inauguration.

The program ended with a short salu-saloat the lobby after the opening of the graduate reading room. 

The event was hosted by the Chairperson of the Department of Sociology, Associate Professor Manuel Victor J. Sapitula, PhD.

 The audience of CSSP faculty, staff, REPS, and students

 Dean Grace H. Aguiling-Dalisay, PhD giving her opening remarks

 Associate Dean for Research, Extension, and Publications, Gregorio E.H. del Pilar, PhD explaining the poster exhibit

 Office of the Graduate Program Coordinator, Jeanette L. Yasol-Naval, PhD discussing the relevance of the CSSP Graduate Reading Room

 Office of the Graduate Program Coordinator, Jeanette L. Yasol-Naval, PhD discussing the relevance of the CSSP Graduate Reading Room

 Dean Aguiling-Dalisay, Chancellor Tan, and Associate Dean del Pilar unfurling the ribbon for CSSP Week

Dr. Yasol-Naval, Chancellor Tan, Dean Aguiling-Dalisay, and Associate Dean Payongayong unfurling the ribbon for the CSSP Graduate Reading Room

CSSP Faculty entering the newly inaugurated graduate reading room

 CSSP Faculty discussing over snacks

 

 

CSSP-OSA and CSSPSC Doing the First Aid Funk: A First Aid Training with UP RCY


The Master of Ceremonies, Renzo Relente and Alexandra Pascua, entertaining the audience

 

The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (CSSP), in partnership with the CSSP Student Council (CSSPSC), held an event entitled “First Aid Funk: A First Aid Training” on January 19, 2017 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Palma Hall Room 207. The training was the first in a two-session basic preparedness series headed by the OSA. The aim of the event was to equip students with the fundamentals of first aid and some essential first aid techniques. The training was conducted by the student organization, the University of the Philippines Red Cross Youth (UP RCY).

To start off the training, Dean Grace H. Aguiling-Dalisay, PhD gave her opening remarks on the purpose of the event in connection to the mandate of the mission-vision statement of CSSP, Haraya 2020, to enhance the quality of student life and to nurture the ideal UP student. Succeeding Dean Aguiling-Dalisay’s remarks was the training proper facilitated by the UP RCY. The organization enumerated and demonstrated the various basic tools, practices, and injuries related to first aid situations. An open forum then took place for the audience to ask questions for the first aid trainers. The program closed with the awarding of the certificate to the UP RCY members given by OSA Coordinator, Mr. Jairus D. Espiritu.

“First Aid Funk: A First Aid Training” was hosted by the Masters of Ceremonies, Mr. Renzo Relente and the Ms. Alexandra Pascua of the CSSPSC.


Dean Grace H. Aguiling-Dalisay giving her opening remarks

 A member of UP RCY member explaining first aid

A first aid demonstration of treating cramps

Common injuries enumerated by another UP RCY member

A first aid demonstration of treating wounds

A first aid demonstration of bandaging

OSA Coordinator, Mr. Jairus D. Espiritu, awarding the certificate to UP RCY

 

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Lakbayanihan:Gabi ng Tula, Awit, at Sayaw

Published on 08 November 2016

Bilang pakikiisa sa laban ng mga Lumad at Moro, nagsagawa ng isang programa/konsyerto ang UP Kabataang Pilosopo Tasyo sa pakikipagtulungan sa Kolehiyo ng Agham Panlipunan at Pilosopiya, na pinamagatang “Lakbayanihan: Gabi ng Tula, Awit, at Sayaw” noong ika-19 ng Oktubre, 2016 kung saan nagtanghal ang ilan sa mga mag-aaral at guro ng Unibersidad. Dinaluhan din ito ng ilang mga Lumad na kalahok sa Kampuhan sa Diliman 2016. 

Nagsimula ang programa sa ganap na 6:00 ng gabi, kasabay ng pagdating ng mga Lumad mula sa Kampo nila sa CMO (Campus Maintenance Office) Grounds. Nagbigay ng maikling mensahe ang tagapag-ugnay ng kolehiyo sa Kampuhan sa Diliman 2016 na si Dr. Carlos P. Tatel, Jr., ang Tagapag-ugnay ng Folklore Studies Program. Matapos iyon ay nagsimula na ang mga pagtatanghal. Bilang parte ng programa, nagbahagi ng talento sa pag-awit sina Kawaksing Dekano para sa Usaping Pang-Akademiko, Dr. Ma. Theresa T. Payongayong; ang Tagapag-ugnay ng National Training Service Program (NSTP), Kat. Prop. Arlyn P. Macapinlac; at ang Tagapag-ugnay ng Service Learning, Outreach, Pahinungod (SLO-Pahinungod), Kat. Prop. 

Francisco Castro Rosario, Jr. Nagpakitang-gilas sa pagtugtog ng kulintang si Kat. Prop. Reginaldo Cruz, habang si Prop. Ferdinand Llanes ay nag-alay naman ng tula. Napuno nina Gyle Gavieres, Francis Bangoy, Mark Armas, Eric Verdolaga, Giro Alva, Therese Vilog, Leonard Burdeos, Bryan Santamaria, at ng iba pang nagtanghal ang gabi ng musika, at pinukaw nina Sergio Gabriel at Lakan Umali ang puso ng mga manonood gamit ang kanilang husay sa pagtula.

Matapos ang mga magtatanghal mula sa Kolehiyo at Unibersidad, nagbigay ng mensahe ang pangkalahatang pinuno ng proyekto na si Shaina Marie Santos upang magpasalamat sa mga dumalo at mag-iwan ng hamon upang ipagpatuloy ang pagtatanggol sa karapatan ng mga kapatid na Lumad at Moro. 

Winakasan ang programa sa pamamagitan ng isang pagtatanghal mula sa mga bisitang Lumad na nagpakita ng makabagbag-damdaming palabas na naglarawang sa kanilang dinanas na karahasan sa kanilang mga tahanan. 

 
 

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