Registrar’s Office Releases List of 290 Honor Students

Eighty (80) President’s Listers and two hundred ten (210) Dean’s Listers for the first semester of School Year 2015-2016 will be honored during the recognition of college honor students on February 17, 2016.

According to the list released by the Office of the University Registrar (OUR), Lorenella Kim B. Panlaqui got the highest general average among the President’s Listers with a grade of 96.72%. She is on her 4th year in Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Religious and Values Education.

Meanwhile, among the Dean’s Listers, Nina Angelline D. Belisario has the highest general average at 94.67%. She is also a graduating student taking up Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Operations Management.

The College of Education has the most number of President’s Listers at 24 while the College of Accountancy has the highest number of Dean’s Listers at 55.

A President’s Lister had a general weighted average grade in the previous semester of 93% to 100% with no grade lower than 89% in any course while a Dean’s Lister’s general weighted average grade is 89% and above with no grade in any course lower than 85%.

Please click President’s Listers or Dean’s Listers to see the complete list.

CCSIT Students Present Paper in International Conference

A collaborative research and development paper was presented by students and professors of UA College of Computing Sciences and Technology (CCSIT) in the International Journal of Arts and Sciences’ (IJAS) Asian American Conference for Engineering and Technology on January 15, 2016 at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

Balajadia Presents Paper in International Conference

Are our pre-service teachers ready for ICT-based strategies and techniques in the 21st century education?

In a research conducted by Dr. Dexter M. Balajadia, Dean of the UA College of Education, it was found out that pre-service teachers believe that “the(ir) educational technology course experiences were not responsive enough to capacitate (them) to enact ICT-based strategies toward functional learning of their future students.


The paper entitled “Gauging the ICT-based teching readiness of pre-service teachers in the light of 21st century education” was presented in the 6th International Conference on Teaching, Education and Learning (ICTEL) in Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

According to Dr. Balajadia, the “need to revitalize the teacher education curriculum is, therefore, proposed (to) be highly responsive in gearing up the potentials of pre-service teachers on ICT-based teaching in the light of 21st century education.

The paper will be published in the “PEOPLE”, a peer-reviewed and professionally refereed social sciences and education journal published by the Global Research and Development Services (GRDS)


GRDS is a leading academic event organizer conducting collaborative research and facilitating policy development on global higher education and organizing international research conferences aside from publishing quality research and funding research implementation for betterment of society.