NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Sun Life’s Mantaring is new MAP president

17th January 2019
Rizalina “Riza” Gervasio Mantaring is the President of the Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) for 2019. She is the 70th President and the 4th Woman President of the MAP since its inception in 1950.

Google honors National Scientist Fe del Mundo with a doodle

28th November 2018
The doodle goes live on Tuesday, November 27, the 107th birth anniversary of ‘The Angel of Santo Tomas’

OFF THE PRESS: The Carillon 2018 is now available online

17th August 2018
Enjoy the latest edition of Carillon, the University’s official alumni magazine.

THE CARILLON

The Carillon is the official UP alumni newsletter, published since the1950s. Its publication and distribution are managed by the Office of Alumni Relations, UP System, with the Director as official editor. With the objective of giving UP alumni a continuing communication link with and a sense of connection to the University and fellowalumni, The Carillon contains original news and feature articles,press releases as well as reprints of news articles from the different UP units, the UP Alumni Association, the different UP alumni chapters, and from fellow individual alumni.

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Shaping a community of readers

8th January 2019
“BIBI Mangki is a reading monkey who believed that there is unity in diversity and that we are more similar than different. It does not matter if you are a monkey, as long as you aspire for a peaceful...

Driving the supply chain of the future: Emmanuel ‘Noel’ Bautista

27th November 2018
Emmanuel Bautista (BSChE 1986 mcl) is taking LF Logistics and its supply chain operation to the next level. LF Logistics is on a mission to create the supply chain of the future. Part of a three-year plan launched by its...

Filipina Designer Tracy Dizon Shows Off Pinoy Pop Culture in Brooklyn

5th November 2018
It is fall in New York. But instead of typical autumnal outfits making an appearance, the audience in front of Brooklyn’s Borough Hall is greeted with the sight of a modern Maria Clara.