OVCRE conducts review of 42 In-House and Externally-funded projects
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension held an annual monitoring and evaluation of 42 in-house and externally-funded projects last October 23-25, 2023 at the New Administration Building Conference Room and via the Zoom platform.
This annual review aims to determine the status of on-going and completed research projects under the supervision of the university. This also aims to assist project leaders on their administrative concerns like procurement, project implementation and among others. This review also identified mature technologies for dissemination and/or commercialization.
Research project representatives headed by their respective project leaders were there to present their research findings, accomplishments and project status. The event was also attended by the SPSO Chief, Prof. Emeliza Lozada and Ms. Julie Ann Cala-or; Accounting Chief, Ms. Eleonor Ravena; and Technology Transfer and Business Development Office (TTBDO) representative, IP officer and ITSO manager, Ms. Ferelyn F. Oliva.
The panel of evaluators who reviewed the research projects were composed of: Dr. Edgar Amar (Aquaculture), Dr. Roger Edward Mamauag (Aquaculture), Dr. Mary Grace Sedanza (Aquaculture), Dr. Victor Marco Emmanuel N. Ferriols (Aquaculture), Dr. Vella Atienza (Socio-Econ and Humanities), Dr. Cheryl Joy Fernandez-Abila (Socio-Econ and Management), Dr. Bernice Vania L. Mamauag (Socio-Econ and Humanities), Dr. Katherine Ann Castillo-Israel (Postharvest), and Assoc. Prof. Cristabel Rose F. Parcon (Social Sciences and Humanities).
Asst. Prof. Farisal U. Bagsit, PhD from the Institute of Fisheries Policy and Development Studies, CFOS and Asst. Prof. Jonalyn P. Mateo from the Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanology, CFOS served as moderators in this three-day event.
Chancellor Dr. Clement C. Camposano, Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Dr. Harold M. Monteclaro were also present to grace the said event.
This annual event organized by the OVCRE provided a venue for our researchers and staff on how to further improve project implementation and university transactions.