ISA, QS concerns iterated

Dr. Pilapil discusses QS concerns.

Newly appointed Vice President for Academics Edwin Pilapil conveyed the necessity of Institutional Sustainability Assessment (ISA) and Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) ranking during the forum on October 17, 2019.

Relative to the main agenda were sub-discussions by ISA and QS committee members: Teaching and Learning by Dr. Sunliegh Gador; Professional Exposure, Research and Creative Works by Dr. Jonathan Etcuban and Dr. Cristie Ann Jaca; and Governance; Management by Dr. Ryan Urbano; Support for Students by Dr. Rowanne Marie Maxilom; and Relationship with the Community by Dr. Lolita Vileta.

Resource Speakers of ISA Orientation (L-R):
Dr. Sunliegh Gador, Dr. Lolita Velita, Dr. Jonathan Etcuban, Dr. Cristie Ann Jaca, and
Dr. Rowanne Marie R. Maxilom
(Photo from Dr. Jonathan Etcuban)

Currently, the university copes with QS ranking requisites as mandated by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).

Administrators from satellite campuses benefited from the topics, underscoring the significance of inputs gained toward materializing CTU’s vision. /Rowanne Marie R. Maxilom