As the academic community and its context continue to change, faculty members of UST-Legazpi gathered at the Daragang Magayon Hall (DMH) for a Faculty Research Conference as part of the ongoing University Research Festival.

The morning session of the said event was dedicated to the Basic Education Department (Preschool – Senior High School) and their studies. The departments research revolved on the following:

“The Effects of Extra Curricular Activities to the Academic Performance of Grade 5 and Grade 6 Pupils of University of Santo Tomas-Legazpi” by Aljon Mejillano, Angela Maravillas, Mary Joy Antones, and Ghynelle Joy Barona

“Instructional Practice of Science Teachers in Teaching Science at University of Santo Tomas-Legazpi: Basis for Enhancement” by Glyzen Jan Araojo, Mary Kristelle Garcera, Sarra Jane Realubit, Cyril Castante, Kaycee Barajas, and Laarne Naval

“Challenges Experienced by Social Research Students during COVID-19 Pandemic: A Phenomenological Study” by John Carlo M. Ocaya and Romer S. Pabilonia

“View of the Special Program in the Arts Students Toward the Effectivity of the 2022-2023 Curriculum” by Magno R. Cordovilla and Jobert Grey Landeza

“Online Teaching Preparedness and Stress Profile: A Comparative Study of Secondary and Higher Education Faculty Experiences in the Philippines” by Jean Pauline T. Pocaan, Jordan M. Pocaan, MAE, and Lyndon Lucila Bailon, MAPE

“Towards A Policy Strategy Framework for the Implementation of Faculty Research Requirement in Senior High School Department of University of Santo Tomas-Legazpi” by Wyrlo B. Dela Cruz, LPT, John Paulo M. Alcantara, LPT, and Diane Mae Ponce, LPT

Meanwhile the afternoon session of the Faculty Research Conference was given to the Tertiary teaching personnel and their researches. The Tertiary faculty researchers looked closer on the following topics:

“Learning Space and Academic Productivity of Research Students of College of Business Management and Accountancy for AY 2022-2023” by Jason O. Carmona and Christine Grace M. Azul

“Information Communication Technology Literacy Program for CBMA Faculty Members and Staff for SY 2021-2022 of UST-Legazpi” by Adrian De Lumen, LPT, MM and Teresita C. Lanuzo, DBA

“A Christina Social Transformation Model Service-learning for the University of Santo Tomas-Legazpi (UST-Legazpi) College of Business Management and Accountancy (CBMA) Programs” by Celeste T. Yanzon, DBA

“The Status and Prospects of UST-Legazpi CASE Integration of Instruction, Research, and Extension, 2016-2021” by Alvin A. Sario, Ph.D.

“Coping Strategies of First-Year College Students to Distance Learning at University of Santo Tomas-Legazpi” by Analiza B. Armario, LPT, Joseph S. Bejogan, LPT, Kaycee B. Benavides, LPT

“Distance Learning Attitude of CASE UST-Legazpi Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic” by Glenn C. Balberan, MAEd, Maricel B. Baldo, LPT, MAEd, Atty. Romina E. Villamor, LPT, MALit, JD

“The Impact of Scheduling on the Academic Performance of Engineering Students in University of Santo Tomas-Legazpi”by Engr. Filomeno E. Plaza III, Sherry Mae R. Llandelar, MIT, Engr. Jolina May B. Damo, Engr. Andreanne Mae B. Dolanas, Engr. Darwin B. Darca, MIT

“Exploring the Spirituality of UST-Legazpi First Year College Students” by J. Batas, A. Bertillo, V. Bertillo, R. Habla, F. Pancho, and L. Trajano

“Knowledge Level and Practices on Dengue 4S Strategy of the Residents in Purok 6B, Rawis, Legazpi City” by Anecia L. Bailon, RN, Ph.D., Athena G. Masip, RN, MAN, and Agustine Jay P. Tacdol, RN, MSPH

In the end, Rev. Fr. Ernesto M. Arceo, OP, STL, Ph.D., UST-Legazpi’s Rector and President led the recognition of the faculty members and their researches that added value to the institution and sparked the improvement of its academic offerings.

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