USTP Jasaan conducts orientation for newly hired part-time faculty members

The University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines (USTP) in Jasaan, Misamis Oriental conducted an orientation for the Newly Hired Part-Time Faculty Members last February 5, 2021. The activity was designed to enlighten the new faculty members with the vision, mission and goals (VMG) of the University and to orient them with the different platforms used for teaching.

The twelve (12) part-time faculty members were welcomed by the USTP Jasaan personnel led by Acting Campus Director Dr. Ruel S. Salvador.

Professor Ferdinand M. Oraiz, Head for Administration, expounded on the vision and mission of the University while Engr. Maricel C. Mandawe, Academic Head, introduced the University Officials.

Part of the program was a demonstration on how to use the different platforms for teaching such as the e-Class Record, AMATROL, University of Science and Technology e-learning Portal (USTEP), Princetech Integrated School Management System (PRISM) and Human Resource Integrated System (HRIS).

The activity was geared towards inspiring the new part-time faculty members to perform well and to implement innovative teaching.

 

By Hazel M. Soriano, USTP JASAAN 

USTP Jasaan joins townwide Clean up Drive

USTP Jasaan joins townwide Clean up Drive

By Alejo U. Fernandez, Jr.

In line with the 20th Anniversary of the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of
2000 and the Zero Waste Month, the University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines (USTP) Jasaan participated in the Townwide Clean Up Drive with the theme “Bouncing Back from Pandemic to a Greener and Healthier Environment” last January 29, 2020. 

The University’s faculty and staff headed by its administrators participated in the
Clean Up Drive. Health protocols were observed as mandated by the IATF.

Equipped with broomsticks, dustpans, and garbage bags, the University’s faculty and staff cleaned the surrounding area of the campus. The collected wastes were then segregated according to the Ecological Solid Waste Management Act of 2000. Residual wastes were placed inside the garbage bags and biodegradable wastes were collected for decomposition.