UPLB Research, Extension and Web Page Blocked

Web Page Blocked

User: 202.92.144.64
URL: stat-counters.net/get_links.php?domain=ovcre.uplb.edu.ph
Category: dating

Access to the web page you were trying to use has been blocked in accordance with university policy. Please contact your network administrator if you believe this is an error.

--- UPLB ITC

UPLB Home Page

Development Portal

  • Our online catalog of short courses and training programs for 2015 is now available. Click on photo to check the courses.

  • The UPLB Museum of Natural History Director Dr. Juan Carlos T. Gonzales, with the other curators of the museum, Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Dr. Susan May F. Calumpang, and family members of Dr. Dioscoro Rabor.

  • The UPLB Museum of Natural History, a supervised unit of the OVCRE, is on a roll as they continuously discover new species. (Photo by Pol Veluz, SESAM)

  • "In recognition of the importance of bees and the potential of the bee industry, the University of the Philippines established the UPLB Bee Program in 1989 to further establish all bee related research and programs in the University." -Photo by Romar Jan C. Edosma (1st Place, Capturing UPLB's Research Heritage Photocontest)

  • OVCRE's Extension Section holds the UPLB Public Service Forum. Speakers were Dr. Ma. Victoria Espaldon, Dr. Rogelio Cuyno, and Dr. Emil Q. Javier.

  • The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension holds the first UPLB Public Service Forum at the BIOTECH Seminar Room.

  • Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension Rex B. Demafelis with the speakers during the first UPLB Public Service Forum. (From left to right: Dr. Rita P. Laude, Dr. Virginia R. Cardenas, Dr. Enrico P. Supangco, VC Rex B. Demafelis, Prof. Maria Teresa DV Arejola, and Dr. Ma. Virginia B. Camarinta, OVCRE Extension Section Head)

  • OVCRE collaborates with UP REPSS Inc. to hold the 2nd UPLB REPS Conference. This was the most attended REPS Conference with over 300 participants.

  • Young biotechnology researchers find teamwork essential in looking for answers to man's scientific queries.

  • Professor Emeritus Macrina T. Zafaralla in-situ analyzing a water sample, one of her many research activities aimed to characterize our several freshwater lakes.

  • Agricultural engineers hold test drives of developed mini-tractors and other farm machinery for the appreciation of farmers around Laguna.

News and Updates

Get updated with what is happening related to UPLB's research and extension activities!

Click on the categories below to view the latest news, announcements and memoranda, or for a more personalized delivery, subscribe to us using our feed.

Children categories

UPLB in the News

We regularly hang out in the Web and repost articles that appear on online dailies and magazines (of course, all copyright belongs to the articles' authors and their respective publishers).

View items...

Announcements

Here, we also announce schedules of upcoming seminars, workshops, special lectures and discussions, and other activities. Call for proposals, grants and awards are also posted here.

View items...

Memoranda

After sending out memoranda related to RDE governance through our mailing list, we archive the copies here for easy retrieval.

View items...

MEMORANDUM FROM THE CHAIRPERSON

FOR: ALL CHED CENTRAL AND REGIONAL OFFICE DIRECTORS, ALL PRESIDENTS/HEADS OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
         HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS (HEIs)


SUBJECT: PARTICIPATION IN THE 2ND INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION OF THE PHILIPPINE ASSOCIATION OF
                 EXTENSION PROGRAM IMPLEMENTERS, INC. TO BE HELD ON JULY 20-22, 2015 AT THE SAN BEDA
                 COLLEGE, MANILA



In accordance with the pertinent provisions of Republic Act (RA) 7722, otherwise known as the "Higher Education Act of 1994," this Office hereby endorses the above undertaking organized by the Philippine Association of Extension Program Implementers, Inc. for the support and participation of all concerned.

This activity will be attended by faculty and staff involved in extension programs of higher education institutions.

Participation of officials, employees, and students from private higher education institutions (HEIs) shall be VOLUNTARY. Officials and employees of State and Local Universities and Colleges (SUCs and LUCs) who will participate in this activity should obtain prior approval from the President/Head of their respective institutions and are hereby reminded to observe proper use of government funds in accordance with the Department of Budget and Management (DBM) National Budget Circular No. 486 and Administrative Order No. 103.

For registration and further information/inquiries, you may coordinate with the organizers at mobile/telephone number 02-642-4100 or through their email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Wide dissemination of this Memorandum is desired.


PATRICIA B. LICUANAN, Ph.D.

(Soft copy of the memo can be downloaded below)

Pursuant to the mandates under Executive Order No. 514 on Establishing the National Biosafety Framework, Prescribing Guidelines for its Implementation, Strengthening the National Committee on Biosafety of the Philippines, and for Other Purposes, the UPLB Institutional Biosafety Committee would like to inform everyone of the The Philippines Biosafety Guidelines for Contained Used of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) published by the DOST-Biosafety Committee under the National Committee on Biosafety of the Philippines.

 

For our reference and guidance, download the file below.

In honor of Dr. Dioscoro S. Rabor (1911-1996), the UPLB Museum of Natural History designated his birthdate, May 18, as Rabor Day. Dr. Rabor is known as the Father of Philippine Wildlife Conservation and today would have been his 104th birthday.

 

The Museum staff prepared a mini-exhibit dedicated to Dr. Rabor and his discoveries. A short program was also held to formally open the exhibit. MNH Director Dr. Juan Carlos T. Gonzalez gave the opening remarks. Dr. Susan May F. Calumpang, Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension, also shared some of her fond memories of Dr. Rabor, having grown up next to the Rabor family. Also present was one of Dr. Rabor’s daughters, Ardea Ardeola Rabor.

 

Prof. Francis Mark Dioscoro R. Fellizar, grandson of Dr. Rabor, was also present with his family. He shared memories of his grandfather, and emphasized how he was such an amazing man. Prof. Fellizar mentioned that none of Dr. Rabor’s grandchildren followed his footsteps, maybe because they were such big shoes to fill. He also showed the audience a book that his grandfather had given him, with a handwritten dedication inside.

 

Dr. Rabor, truly was a remarkable man, and his contributions will never be forgotten. Despite his passion in conducting expeditions, he remained a family man. His wife and children came along on most of his expeditions and this series of expeditions led to probably the most thorough documentation of birds and mammals in the Philippines. He remains an inspiration to us to pursue our passions but to always remain humble and take care of family.

 

For the rest of the day, UPLB faculty, staff, students, and even alumni can visit the museum for free if they present a valid UPLB or UPLB Alumni Association ID at the entrance.

#HowISeeIt is a social media campaign by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension. It is designed to encourage students, faculty, and staff to express how they see UPLB's research heritage in general. It aims for better appreciation of UPLB's research endeavours.


Song: On Top of the World by Imagine Dragons
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED TO UMG AND IMAGINE DRAGONS

Page 1 of 64

© 2013 UP Los Baños

Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Research and Extension
3F UPLB Main Library Building
UPLB, College, Laguna, PH 4031
Telefax Nos: (+63) 49 536 2354, 5326
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Follow Us