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Wednesday March 17, 2021

​​​​​​​To revitalize the agriculture sector towards wealth creation and entrepreneurship to promote food security and wellness of farmer...

Monday November 9, 2020

During the pre-implementation meeting of the BINHI Arboretum project between Bicol University (BU) and Energy Development Corporation (EDC) conducted ...

Friday September 11, 2020

This year, as we celebrate the 16th Founding Anniversary of the College of Arts and Letters (CAL), College of Business, Economics and Management (CBEM...

Friday August 28, 2020

Bicol University College of Science (BUCS) College Student Council (CSC) spearheaded an online freshmen orientation and welcome party via Facebook liv...

Wednesday October 16, 2019

Proving they are indeed among the best in the country, the 113 graduates of Bicol University College of Science’s (BUCS) Chemistry Department su...

Friday June 28, 2019

The Bicol University College of Science (BUCS) conducted its 2019 Annual Enhancement Activities and Planning Workshop last June 13 and 14, 2019, with ...

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About Us

OVERVIEW

The Bicol University College of Science (BUCS) was established by virtue of BOR Resolution No. 75 series of 2004 on September 10, 2004 as part of the vision and implementation of the BU Comprehensive Development Plan. It pooled together in June 2004 the human and physical resources of the BS Computer Science at then BU Computer Science Institute (BUCSI), the BS Chemistry of BU Regional Science Teaching Center (BU RSTC) and BS Biology, then BU College of Arts and Sciences in response to the need to merge the facilities and manpower skills for the development of an institution of higher learning and research in basic and applied science and mathematics.

The BUCSI provided the core staff to establish the College of Science. The BUCS today has a dual nature:

  • As a professional college offering the academic degree programs (BS Biology, BS Chemistry, BS Computer Science and BS Information Technology); and,
  • As a service college offering natural sciences, mathematics and information and communication technology courses as part of the General Education Courses (GEC) of other colleges of the University, particularly in the Main Campus in Legazpi and in Daraga.

All of the degree programs offered by BUCS are accredited by the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACCUP), Inc.

HISTORY

The College of Science was established on September 10, 2004 through Board Resolution No. 75, series of 2004. It was formed when the former BS Biology of BUCAS, BS Chemistry of BU-RSTC and BS Computer Science of Computer Science Institute were merged together in response to the need to pool together the facilities and manpower skills for the development of an institution of higher learning and research in basic and applied science and mathematics as envisioned by the Bicol University Comprehensive Development Plan. 

The College of Science (CS), enrolled the first year students in Bachelor in Computer Science, a course program previously offered in the Institute of Computer Science (ICS); the Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, used to be offered in the Regional Science Teaching Center (RSTC) now merged with the College of Education; and the Bachelor of Science in Biology, previously offered in CAS. 

 

Research and extension are among the four-fold functions of Bicol University along instruction and production. Through the years, the University has assisted in the development of the region through various research undertakings that helped and reached target clients from farmers, fishermen, out-of-school youths, women and other sectors both in rural and urban areas, government and non-government organizations. These activities vary according to the multidiscipline and field of specialization being offered by the university. 

The College of Science whose specialization is in the fields of information technology, natural sciences, both physical and biological, faces the challenge of “Uplifting the Bicolano's quality of life through the understanding, wise use and management of its natural resources”. 

College Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply necessary scientific and technological knowledge and skills on one's specific field of speculation.
  2. Formulate and conduct basic and applied scientific researchers responsive to national and global developmental needs.
  3. Advocate volunteerism and social responsibility to alleviate community conditions.
  4. Develop entrepreneurs' mindset and skills applying knowledge gained in specific fields to engage in productive enterprise.

 

BS Biology

Program Outcomes

  1. Develop the sound academic, moral and ethical values of a professional biologist.
  2. Carry out scientific research aligned with the research thrust of the University and generate new knowledge as research output.
  3. Apply biotechnological knowledge for sustained economic growth and development in the region.
  4. Demonstrate effective technical and communication skills necessary to join the academe, industry and research institutions and/or pursue advanced studies

BS Chemistry

Program Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge and understanding in the fundamental chemical sub-field of analytical, inorganic, organic, biochemistry and physical chemistry including background in math and physics.
  2. Gather and process data effectively using standard laboratory equipment and apply good laboratory practices.
  3. Provide creative and innovative solution in solving problems involving chemistry, using current disciplinary and interdisciplinary principles while recognizing professional, social, and ethical responsibility.
  4. Demonstrate capability for professional practice under current global standards employing life-long learning.
  5. Collaborate effectively with multicultural teams in multi-disciplinary endeavours.
  6. Articulate orally and in writing the least developments in the specific field of practice using both English and Filipino; and
  7. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.

BS Computer Science

Course Description

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, one of the programs offered by the College of Science under the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology (CS/IT) is designed to prepare students for a career in Computer Science and other related fields, equipped with the necessary skills to pursue advanced studies, and/or become applications developer, computer science instructor, database programmer/designer, Information Security Engineer,  Quality Assurance Engineer, researcher, systems developer, systems analysts or other Information Technology Professionals who shall develop and promote information and communications technology in the region in the field of Computer Science.

Program Outcomes

  1. Utilize concepts and theories of computing, algorithmic foundation and apply new developments in computing.
  2. Develop algorithmically complex software and effective algorithms for solving computing problems.
  3. Acquire the skills and the discipline required for designing, writing, and modifying software components, modules, and applications that comprise software solutions.
  4. Apply the basic cultural, social, legal, and ethical practices inherent in the discipline of computing.
  5. Engage the life-long learning to adapt to innovations and change in order to be successful.

BS Information Technology 

Course Description

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT), one of the programs offered by the College of Science under the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology is designed to prepare students for a career in Information Technology and other related fields, equipped with the necessary skills to pursue advanced studies, and/or become Applications Developer, Database Administrator, Entrepreneur in IT industry, Information Security Administrator, Information Technology Instructor, Network Administrator, Network Engineer, Systems Analysts, Technical Support Specialist, Test Engineer, Web Administrator/ Web Master and Web Developer other Information Technology Professionals who shall develop and promote Information and Communications Technology in the region in the field of Information Technology.

Program Outcomes

  1. Utilize and implement hardware and software technologies that provide computing solutions to address the needs of an organization.
  2. Identify various needs within the organization and provide solution using computing technologies.
  3. Apply basic cultural, social, legal, and ethical practices inherent in the discipline of computing.
  4. Engage in life-long learning to adapt to innovations and change in order to be successful.

 

 



Degree Programs

BS Biology

Program Outcomes

  1. Develop the sound academic, moral and ethical values of a professional biologist.
  2. Carry out scientific research aligned with the research thrust of the University and generate new knowledge as research output.
  3. Apply biotechnological knowledge for sustained economic growth and development in the region.
  4. Demonstrate effective technical and communication skills necessary to join the academe, industry and research institutions and/or pursue advanced studies

BS Chemistry

Program Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge and understanding in the fundamental chemical sub-field of analytical, inorganic, organic, biochemistry and physical chemistry including background in math and physics.
  2. Gather and process data effectively using standard laboratory equipment and apply good laboratory practices.
  3. Provide creative and innovative solution in solving problems involving chemistry, using current disciplinary and interdisciplinary principles while recognizing professional, social, and ethical responsibility.
  4. Demonstrate capability for professional practice under current global standards employing life-long learning.
  5. Collaborate effectively with multicultural teams in multi-disciplinary endeavours.
  6. Articulate orally and in writing the least developments in the specific field of practice using both English and Filipino; and
  7. Preserve and promote “Filipino historical and cultural heritage”.

BS Computer Science

Course Description

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, one of the programs offered by the College of Science under the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology (CS/IT) is designed to prepare students for a career in Computer Science and other related fields, equipped with the necessary skills to pursue advanced studies, and/or become applications developer, computer science instructor, database programmer/designer, Information Security Engineer,  Quality Assurance Engineer, researcher, systems developer, systems analysts or other Information Technology Professionals who shall develop and promote information and communications technology in the region in the field of Computer Science.

Program Outcomes

  1. Utilize concepts and theories of computing, algorithmic foundation and apply new developments in computing.
  2. Develop algorithmically complex software and effective algorithms for solving computing problems.
  3. Acquire the skills and the discipline required for designing, writing, and modifying software components, modules, and applications that comprise software solutions.
  4. Apply the basic cultural, social, legal, and ethical practices inherent in the discipline of computing.
  5. Engage the life-long learning to adapt to innovations and change in order to be successful. 

BS Information Technology

Course Description

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT), one of the programs offered by the College of Science under the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology is designed to prepare students for a career in Information Technology and other related fields, equipped with the necessary skills to pursue advanced studies, and/or become Applications Developer, Database Administrator, Entrepreneur in IT industry, Information Security Administrator, Information Technology Instructor, Network Administrator, Network Engineer, Systems Analysts, Technical Support Specialist, Test Engineer, Web Administrator/ Web Master and Web Developer other Information Technology Professionals who shall develop and promote Information and Communications Technology in the region in the field of Information Technology.

Program Outcomes

  1. Utilize and implement hardware and software technologies that provide computing solutions to address the needs of an organization.
  2. Identify various needs within the organization and provide solution using computing technologies.
  3. Apply basic cultural, social, legal, and ethical practices inherent in the discipline of computing.
  4. Engage in life-long learning to adapt to innovations and change in order to be successful.


Faculty

Arimbay, Ma. Bernadette B.
Assoc. Prof. V
Bachelor of Science in Education major in Chemistry (Bicol College)
Master of Arts in Education major in Educational Management (Bicol College)
Ed.D. Educational Foundation (Bicol College)
 
Austero, Lea D.
Asst. Prof. I
Bachelor of science in Computer Sciene (Bicol University College of Science)
Master in Information Technology (University of the Cordilleras)
 
Azul, Jerome A.
Instructor I
Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education major in Physics (Bicol University College of Education)
Master of Science in Atmospheric Science (Ateneo de Manila University)
 
Balilo, Benedicto Jr. B.
Assoc. Prof. IV
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (Dynamic Computer Centrum)
MIS; MIT (UPOU; Univ. of Cordilleras)
Doctor in Information Technology (Technological Institute of the Philippines)
 
Balmadrid, Davie B.
Instructor I
BS in Computer Engineering (Systems Technology Institute)
Master in Information Technology (Aemilianum College)
 
Baltazar, Maria Crispina P.
Asst. Prof. I
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (Divine Word College of Legazpi)
Master of Arts in Chemistry Education (9 units): Master of Science in Chemistry (Bicol University Graduate School; UP, Diliman QC) 9; on-going
 
Barrameda, Ma. Corazon B.
Assoc. Prof. III
Bachelor of Science major in Chemistry (University of Nueva Caceres)
Master of Arts in Chemistry Education (Bicol University Graduate School)
 
Bobier, Magdalena N.
Instructor I
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
Master of Science in Chemistry (UP Diliman ) on-going
 
Assoc. Prof. V
Bachelor in Agricultural Chemistry (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
Master of Science in Environmental Science (University of the Philippines)
Doctorate of Philosophy in Agricultural Chemistry (University of the Philippines Los Baños)
 
Borromeo, Jonathan C.
Instructor III
Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (Unversity of the Philippines College Baguio)
Master in Mathematics (Ateneo de Naga University)
 
Boyon, Ma. Carolina L.
Professor III
BS Statistics (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
Master of Science - Mathematics (University of Wisconsin)
Ph.D. Development Management (Bicol University Graduate School) CAR (on-going)
 
Brogada, Michael Angelo D.
Asst. Prof. III
BS Computer Science (Bicol College)
Master in Information Technology (Aemilianum College)
Doctor in Information Technology (Technological Institute of the Philippines) on-going
 
Cajuday, Lilibeth A.
Professor IV
Bachelor of Science in Biology (Far Eastern University)
Master of Science in Biology (Ateneo de Manila University)
Doctor of Philosophy Biology-Developmental Biology (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
 
Cano, Magnolia Vida A.
Assoc. Prof. IV
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
Master of Science in Teaching major in Chemistry (De La Salle University)
 
Canon, Mary Joy P.
Instructor I
BS Information Technology (Bicol University College of Science)
Master in Information Technology (University of the Cordilleras)
 
Conda, Karen P.
Instructor I
Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Physics (Bicol University College of Education)
Master of Science in Atmospheric Science (Ateneo de Manila University)
 
Cordovilla, Jo-Ann M.
Asst. Prof. I
Bachelor of Science in Teaching Physics (Philippine Normal University)
Master of Arts in Science Teaching Physics (University of San Carlos, Cebu City) 36 units earned
 
Dioneda, Anne R.
Assoc. Prof. IV
Bachelor of Science in Biology (Bicol University College of Arts & Sciences)
Master of Arts in Biology Education (Bicol University Graduate School)
 
Discaya , Maria Karina Luth R.
Asst. Prof. IV
Bachelor of Science in Biology (Bicol University College of Arts & Sciences)
Master in Biological Science (St. Louise University)
Ph.D. in Forest Biological Science (University of the Philippines, Los Baños) with units
 
Dorosan, Amelia A.
Professor V
BS Civil Engineerng (Bicol University College of Engineering)
Master in Physics (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
Ph.D. Science Education - Physics (De La Salle University)
 
Estioko, Lucy P.
Professsor VI
BS Agricultural Chemistry (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
MS Biochemistry (University of the Philippines, Manila)
Ph.D. Biochemistry (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
 
Galias, Dean Carlo F.
Instructor I
BS Biology (Bicol University College of Science)
MS Botany (University of the Philippines Los Baños)
 
Guerrero, Jonathan Jaime G.
Asst. Prof. IV
BS Biology (Bicol University College of Science)
MS Plant Pathology major in Mycology (University of the Philippines Los Baños)
 
Imperial, Jazzlyn T.
Asst. Prof. II
Bachelor of Science in Biology (Bicol University College of Arts & Sciences)
Master in Biology (University of the Philippines Diliman)
 
Jasareno, Marie Rose D.
Asst. Prof. I
BSED Physics (Bicol University College of Education)
MAED Science (33 units) (Bicol University Graduate School) 33 units earned
 
Llagas, Ledilla Lilibeth H.
Professsor VI
BS Chemistry; Ll.B. (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
MAT Chemistry (6 units); Master of Arts in Physics; Master of Arts in Educational Administration (Aquinas University of Legazpi; University of the Philippines, Diliman; Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia)
Ed.D. Educational Management (Bicol University Graduate School)
 
Llovido, Jennifer L.
Assoc. Prof. IV
BS Computer Science (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
Master in Information Technology (University of the Cordilleras)
Doctor in Information Technology (University of Cordilleras)
 
Locaba, John Ruel L.
Instructor I (Temporary)
BS Meteorology (Bicol University College of Science)
 
Lola, Myra Angela L.
Instructor III
BS Mathematics (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
Master in Mathematics (Ateneo de Naga University)
 
Lucila, Noli Jr. B.
Assoc. Prof. IV
BS Computer Science (Bicol University Computer Science Institute)
MS Information Technology (Ateneo de Naga University Graduate School)
Doctor in Information Technology (De La Salle University) on-going
 
Lucilo, Jayson A.
Asst. Prof. II
Bachelor of Science Applied Mathematics (University of the Philippines, Los Baños",2007,MS Applied Mathematics (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
 
Ludovice, Kimbhierly M.
Instructor I
BS in Chemistry (Bicol University College of Science)
Master of Science in Environmental Science (University of the Philippines Los Baños,)
 
Maceda, Lany L.
Assoc. Prof. II
BS Computer Science (Computer Arts & Technological College)
Master in Management; Master in Information Technology (Bicol College; Univ. of the Cordilleras)
Doctor in Information Technology (University of Cordilleras)
 
Malaluan, Ivane N.
Asst. Prof. I
BS Chemistry (Bicol University College of Science)
MS Chemistry (University of Sto. Tomas)
 
Malonzo, Charmaine A.
Assoc. Prof. IV
Bachelor of Science in Biology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
MS in Microbiology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
Ph.D. in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños) on-going
 
Membreve, Daile Meek S.
Assoc. Prof. II
BS Biology; Certification in Secondary Education (University of the Philippines Visayas,Central Philippines Adventist College)
Master of Science in Biology (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
Ph.D. in Biology (University of the Philippines, Diliman) on-going
 
Asst. Prof. IV
BS Mathematics (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
MS Mathematics (25 units); Master of Information Technology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
 
Miranda, Franklin Jr. M.
Asst. Prof. III
BS Com. Eng'g (Central Colleges of the Philippines)
Master in Business Education (Divine Word College of Legazpi)
Doctor of Engineering major in Computer Engineering (Technological Institute of the Philippines) on-going
 
Miranda, Joseph E.
Instructor III
BS Math for Teachers (Philippine National College)
MAT Mathematics (36 units) & MAED Mathematics (30 units) (University of the Philippines; BU Graduate School)
 
Mirandilla, Maria Teresa A.
Professor V
Bachelor of Science in Education major in Biology (Bicol University College of Education)
Master of Science in Teaching Biology (De La Salle University)
Ph.D. Educational Foundation (Bicol University Graduate School)
 
Montealegre, Michael V.
Assoc. Prof. I
BS Agricultural Chemistry (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
MS Chemistry (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
 
Morano, Phil V.
Asst. Prof. I
Bachelor of Science in Biology (Bicol University College of Arts & Sciences)
Master of Arts in Biology Education (42 units); MS Biology major in Animal Physiology (on-going) (Bicol University Graduate School; UP, Diliman QC)
 
Mallorca, Joan N.
Instructor III
Bachelor of Science in Biology (Bicol University College of Science)
MS Microbiology (University of Sto. Tomas)
 
Naz, Rodel N.
Asst. Prof. IV
BS Mechanical Engineering (Bicol University College of Engineering)
Master in Information Technology (University of the Cordilleras)
 
Ordoñez, Aris J.
Asst. Prof. IV
BS Computer Science (Aemilianum Institute)
Master in Information Technology (Adamson University)
Doctor of Information Technology (Technological Institute of the Philippines)
 
Paje, Rommel Evan J.
Asst. Prof. III
BS Computer Engineering (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
Master in Information Technology (University of the Cordilleras)
Doctor of Information Technology (Technological Institute of the Philippines) on-going
 
Pancho, Laarni D.
Assoc. Prof. IV
BS Computer Science (AMA Computer College)
Master in Information Technology (University of the Philippines )
 
Penetrante, Felix R.
Asst. Prof. IV
BS Computer Science (Southern Technological School)
Master of Information Systems (University of the Philippines )
 
Punay, Jason P.
Assoc. Prof. I
BS in Physics for Teachers (Philippine Normal University)
MS in Meteorology (University of the Philippines )
Ph.D. Program of Dept. of Atmospheric Science (National Central University) on-going
 
Regalia, Raymond S.
Asst. Prof. I
BS Biology major in Microbiology (University of the Philippines Los Baños)
MS Microbiology (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
Ph.D. Biotechnology (University of New South Wales)
 
Riñon, Jayrah Bena E.
Instructor I
BS in Mathematics (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
MS in Applied Mathematics (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
 
Rodriguez, Ryan A.
Asst. Prof. III
BS Computer Science (Bicol University Computer Science Institute)
Master of Information Technology; MS Computer Science (Ateneo de Naga University)
 
Sabdao, Marianne Yssabelle L.
Instructor I
BS in Biology (Bicol University College of Science)
Master of Science in Genetics (University of the Philippines Los Baños,) 2018
 
Satuito, Arlene A.
Instructor I
BS Computer Science (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
MS Computer Science (University of the Philippines, Diliman) on-going
 
Serrano, Jocelyn E.
Assoc. Prof. V
Bachelor of Science in Biology (University of the Philippines, Los Baños)
Master of Science in Biology (University of the Philippines, Diliman)
Ph.D. Development Management (Bicol University Graduate School) 6 units earned
 
Sy, Christian Y.
Assoc. Prof. II
BS Computer Science (Systems Technology Institute)
Master in Business Administration; Master in Information Technology (St. Louise De Marillac College, Sorsogon City; University of Cordilleras)
Ph.D. Development Management (Bicol University Graduate School) 45 units earned
 
Tabo, Salvacion B.
Asst. Prof. II
BS Gen. Sci and Chemistry (Aquinas University of Legazpi)
MST Chemistry - on going (De La Salle University) thesis writing
 
Tomenio, Emee I.
Asst. Prof. II
BSED Mathematics (Naga College Foundation)
MAED Mathematics (Bicol University Graduate School)
Ph.D. Math (Bicol University Graduate School) 48 units earned
 
Vibar, Jayvee Christopher N.
Asst. Prof. I
BS Computer Science (Computer Arts & Technological College)
Master of Information System (University of the Philippines Open University)
Doctor in Information Technology (Technological Institute of the Philippines) on-going
 


Contact Us

Prof. Jocelyn E. Serrano
Dean
742-1479
jeserrano@bicol-u.edu.ph
bucs-dean@bicol-u.edu.ph

Jason Lucila
Associate Dean

Sharlene A. Mendizabal
Registrar
481-1455
samendizabal@bicol-u.edu.ph
bucsreg@bicol-u.edu.ph

 



Research and Extension

I. EXTENSION ACTIVITIES – First Quarter 2016

Extension Activities of the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science/Information Technology, Mathematics and Physics

 

A. The first quarter extension commitments of the college departments focused on preparation of projects and programs aligned with the University Extension Service Framework on WATERSHED. All departments participated in the extension writeshop each producing draft departmental extension programs. Extension commodity declarations per department were the following:

Biology: Community-based transfer of knowledge, skills, aspirations on biology.

Chemistry: Water quality assessment and watershed protection, rehabilitation, sustainability; Transfer of KRAS in Chemistry.

CS-IT: Transfer of KRAS on computing science, ICT; Computer Software development technical support; institutional digital systems development.

Mathematics: Community-based quantitative skills development; Instructional support of DepEd faculty; Integrated extension services to institutions and to internal or external development projects/programs.

Physics: Transfer of KRAS in physics to teachers of DepED and other interest groups; Training on robotics and development of mechanical systems demonstrative of laws of physics.

 

B. Prepared and Disseminated Information, Education and Communication Materials (IEC Materials)

Lecture Power Points (Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Research)

Worksheets (Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Research)

Problem Sets (Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics, Research)

 

C. Transfer of knowledge and techniques on various areas of specialization.

Technologies Transferred

1. Biologically Sound Management of Local Government Units: Masbate and Manito Projects Approximately: 100 households x two municipalities = 200 household beneficiaries

2. Research protocol design

2.1. 30 Health Emergency Management (DRRM Responders) graduate students At DOH-Manila

2.2. 30 faculty members of BUCAF – 31 August – 1 September, 2016

3. Statistical analysis

3.1. 30 Health Emergency Management (DRRM Responders) graduate students At DOH-Manila

3.2. 30 faculty members of BUCAF – 31 August – 1 September, 2016

 

D. Provided technical assistance to external entities

a. Masbate Local Government Unit

b. Regional Statistics Council, Region V

* Developed the Core Indicators Matrix Input for Bicol Region

* Negotiated for Tapping the Bicol University's Mathematics/Statistics Faculty for the Regional Training on Statistics for Development Planning(Favorably acted on by the Regional Statistics Council in favor of Bicol University instead of the expensive training quotation of the Philippine Statistical Training and Research Institute)

c. NAPOLCOM Region V:

c.1. Ugnayan sa Barangay ng Legazpi

Action on Top Three Crimes per Barangay

Participants Local Chief Executive & LuponngKapayapaan Chair

Per Barangay = 120 (of 140 expected)

= 4hours x 120 participants = 60 person training days

c.2. Model Supervisor and Model Associate Supervisor Performance Rating Matrix Development

c.3. Model Supervisor and Model Associate Supervisor Write-up

c.4. Model PNP National Competitions Region V Candidate's Portfolio Preparation

 

II. Highlights of Accomplishments

For the first quarter of 2016, College of Science was able to conduct:

a. Technical Trainings of B.U. Personnel and Staff

28-29 January 2016: Synchronization of Curriculum and Course Codes

26-27 January 2016: Fees Templates

Chart of Accounts

Scholars Assessment and Virtual Payment Guidelines

Participants: Registrars, OSS and Admissions Staff, Accounting Staff, Cashiers Department Chairs

Approximately: 4 Training Days x 30 Participants/Day

120 person days training

Budget; c/o Office of the Vice President for Administration

Faculty/Staff Involved: Felix Penetrante, Laarni D. Pancho, Rolando Mendones, Noli Lucila, Ryan Rodriguez, Jayvee Vibar, Ma. Carolina L. Boyon, Angelica Carla Cells, Adryan Rodriguez

b. Presentation of the Payment Module to the University Executive Committee 2 February 2016: 3 Hours x 10 Top University Managers = 75 person days training

c. Online Student Clearance Training for Registrars

d. Online Registration System Usage Training for BUCAF and BUTC Registrars' Staff Approximately 3 days x 5 personnel = 15 person days training

 

Transfer of technologies

Technologies Transferred

a. Online Registration Systems Phased Development via standardization of data inputs and streamlined policies across management and academic units of the University.

b. Preparation of extension programs and projects by Department

c. Standardization of curricula and course codes



Alumni

Exhibiting a stalwart unity and enduring friendship among schoolmates, the Bicol University's College of Science (BUCS) Alumni Association held their Grand Alumni Homecoming, coined “Hirilingan Kang Mga CSians”, in Legazpi City last March 28.