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JBEES rep wins Miss Commerge 2015

© Vioku Vecina

Tuesday, January 27, 2015 The representative of the Junior Business Executives and Entrepreneurs Society (JBEES) beat seven other beauty hopefuls to rightfully lay a claim on the tag College of Commerce’s most dashing dame. Hyra Betito, a Business Administration student major in Entrepreneurship, shone brightest among eight candidates and was…

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College of Commerce embraces “inevitable” global integration


Monday, January 26, 2015 Globalization is inevitable, so we have to educate our business students on the challenges, opportunities and implications it presents. Thus said Dr. Edgar Detoya during the opening ceremony of the College of Commerce Week earlier today at the main lobby of the University. The week-long affair…

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Research advisers undergo research training

Dr. Genero V. Japos during the training-workshop on Research Pedagogy in Higher education. © Jesse S. Susada

Friday, January 23, 2015 USJ-R, through its Center for Policy, Research, and Development Studies (CPRDS), once again held a training workshop on research pedagogy in higher education for faculty members as it continually empowers the “goose that lays the golden egg.” The training workshop held at St. Ezekiel Moreno Building…

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Josenians exhibit photos of their Sinulog adventure

1st place

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 In the wake of all the frenzy and jubilation that is Sinulog 2015, Josenian photography enthusiasts get to display their works in an exhibit as part of a photo contest organized by the student body and Oculi Recoleto, the photography circle of USJ-R. The exhibit held…

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Stories about flood resurface as USJ-R revisits Ronda for more aid


Friday, January 16, 2015 Exactly one week after USJ-R came to bring relief aid to Ronda, Cebu following a calamity that claimed lives and destroyed properties, the University re-upped its efforts, returning this time to bring more goods and educational supplies for students. Almost 600 elementary and high school students…

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