Campus Director of CTU Danao


Dr. Rose Mary Almacen has been designated as campus director since May of 2015. She entered the service as an instructor in 1992; chair for Math and Science Department from 2016 through 2013; chairperson for research and development from 2011 through 2013, and chairperson for socio-cultural affairs. Prior to joining CTU, she had worked as a secondary teacher from 1988 through 1992 in Sto. Tomas School in Danao City, Cebu.

Fulfilling her goals, she earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Technology Management in 2012 at Cebu Technological University-Main; Master of Science Teaching Major in Math in 2008 at University of Cebu; Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 1987 at University of San Jose Recoletos; and Diploma in Secondary Professional Education in 1989 at University of the Visayas Main.

Moreover, she passed the Philippine Board Examination for Teachers, Career Service Examination, and Real Estate Broker Examination.

Her research interests are in the fields of engineering, management, chemistry, and material utilization. She is a co-researcher in the following studies: 1) Antecedences of Instructor’s Self-efficacy and Satisfaction while using the LMS on a Flexible Learning Environment; 2) Implementation of Self-assessment Evaluation for ISO 9001 Quality Management System: The Case of a Philippine State University; and 3) Time-Series Trends of Drug Substance Abuse and Index Crimes in the Philippines.

Promoting productivity, she is a co-maker in the following Utility Models: 1) Liniment Composition from Sweet Sop (Annona Squamosa) Leaves; 2) Methods of Producing Brown Paper from Banana(Musa acuminate) Fiber; 3) Methods of Producing Banana (Musa acuminate) Blossom Ice Cream; 4) Composition of Maja Blanca(Coconut Pudding) Enriched with Malunggay(Moringa Oleifera); 5) Composition of Banana Vinegar from Commercially Unviable Lacatan (Musa acuminate) Flesh;6) Composition of Jelly Made from Ashitaba (Angelica Keisuke Koidzumi) and Gotokula (Centella Asiatica), and 7) Method of Producing Jelly Made from Ashitaba (Angelica Keisuke Koidzumi) and Gotokula (Centella Asiatica).

Her organizational affiliations included the Philippine Association for Teachers Education, Faculty Association of CTU Danao, Enlightened Group for Quality and Excellence Education, Inc., Asian Academic Association for Research & Management, Inc., and Global Researcher Association & Convergence for Excellence.