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Faculty Development Program

Phone:
+632/426-6001 ext.5004

Fax:
+632/426-6096

E-mail:
facdev@admu.edu.ph

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Office Hours:
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Latest Articles
LS Faculty equips itself with more research ethics skills

 The Loyola Schools faculty are now equipped with better skills, knowledge, and drive to pursue their researches after days of intensive research workshop. The Office of Research and Creative Work, together with the Philippine Health ...More

Biology alumna Dr. Nina Ingle receives prestigious Parker/Gentry Award

Dr. Angela Nina Ann R. Ingle (BS Biology 1985, magna cum laude) was given the prestigious Parker/Gentry Award by the Field Museum in Chicago on October 11, 2012. An official release from the museum reads: “Dr. Nina R. Ingle’s commiMore

Screw-up does good: Man Asian winner Miguel Syjuco visits the Ateneo

It would be something Miguel would say.  A self-confessed screw-up, 2008 Man Asian Literary Prize winner Miguel Syjuco charmed everyone with his self-effacing ways in a talk given at Escaler Hall on Tuesday, April 13, 2010. Surprisingly leaMore

Ateneo at 150: MAGIS Cultural Gala on September 9

This year marks 150 years of the Ateneo de Manila University’s foundation.  The School of Humanities will usher a big community celebration through a 2-hour cultural gala on September 9, 2009 (7-9 pm) at the Henry Lee Irwin Theater on AtenMore

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East-West Center (Hawaii) opportunities for graduate students

The East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii, has served the United States and the Asia Pacific region for the last 50 years through cooperative education, research, and dialogue. Student fellows participate in educational and research activities while

Call for Proposals: LS Scholarly Work Faculty Grants

All full-time faculty members are invited to submit project proposals for research or creative work for funding by the Loyola Schools Scholarly Work Faculty Grants. The policies and guidelines and application form may be downloaded from the followi

Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

The LS Office of Health Services (LSHS) has been seeing a good number of students with Hand-Foot-Mouth Disease.  LSHS would like to share the following basic information about the illness.  This is taken from the US Centers for Disease Cont

 
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