LAST June 4 to 7, the Office for Academic Affairs held a seminar-workshop at the Thomas Aquinas Research Complex to renew the commitment of faculty members.

Dubbed “MTV (Mission-Teacher-Vision): Toward a Renewed Culture of Commitment”, the seminar-workshop aimed to make faculty members realize their value in the University, according to Crestita Tan, chair of the UST Task Force on Faculty Development.

Workshops and group dynamics, where faculty members gave ideas on how to make themselves more committed to the University, were the event’s highlights.

In addition, the role of teachers as instructors and the vision-mission of the University were also discussed.

“Lahat ng objective na-realize at very well-discussed. At magaling ang mga naging speakers,” said Clorinda Calingasan, English Coordinator at the College of Education.

The event was participated in by faculty members from the 18 colleges of the University.

The speakers included Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Fr. Jose Antonio E. Aureada, O.P., Vice-Rector for Religious Affairs Fr. Rodel Aligan, O.P., and Dr. Imelda Virginia G. Villar, Psychology Department chair of St. Scholastica’s College-Manila. Elka Krystle R. Requinta and Ma. Cristina S. Lavapie

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