R&D office conducts orientation for researchers

The University Research and Development Office (URDO) conducted the 2024 General Orientation of Researchers held at the Tadena Hall on March 18.

A total of 180 researchers from the different colleges and departments of the University participated in the event.

Dr. Erwin F. Cadorna highlighted that research is the lifeblood of the academe. It enables the expansion of knowledge, promotes innovation, and advances society. Thus, he implored the faculty members to conduct research as part of their responsibilities in the academic setting. This goes beyond just publishing papers and getting cited; it involves creating an impact on society. He motivated the participants to become an example for the next generation of researchers.

Also, the Center Chiefs presented the background of their research centers and services that they provide. An open forum was conducted after the presentation for the participants to ask questions regarding matters related to the services provided by the University Research Development Office (URDO)

Through this orientation, URDO hopes that faculty members will be equipped with the necessary skills for conducting research, contributing to the goal of providing quality education and new knowledge.

Article by Kennedy R. Jetajobe. Photos by Sandy Joy Gasatan and Juliana Sol Rabago.


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