FEATURED ALUMNI

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.

Top PH biologist: Tech, data help us understand species better

12th September 2018
New York University dean for science Michael Purugganan talks about mapping genes and genomes and shares insights about evolution and how it helps us understand the world

Refusing to be daunted by failure, mother graduates with 2 children

4th September 2018
“When two of our children were about to graduate in the same university that brought me and my husband together many years ago, I decided to take a leap of faith and enroll in Math 100. I’ve been thinking,...

Pacita Abad: A million times a woman, an artist

4th September 2018
There are two things we must know about Pacita Abad’s “A Million Things to Say,” now on exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MCAD). First is that the exhibit is billed as a “reintroduction” rather than...

ALUMNI MILESTONES

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...

Kublai Millan and His Journey to Happiness

19th November 2018
Mindanao-based artist Kublai Millan is giving happiness to various forms in his massive, colorful sculpture pieces

Painting to Live: The Remarkable Story of 90-Year-Old Filipina Artist Araceli Dans

19th November 2018
Fernando Amorsolo accepted Araceli Dans in the College of Fine Arts while she was still a high school senior and allowed her to graduate in three years so she could pursue her painting career which now spans 80 years

5 UP alumni among 7 new National Artists

24th October 2018
Five alumni of the University of the Philippines have been named National Artists for 2018, achieving the highest honors given to practitioners in the arts and culture.

Award-winning Pinay scientist gives farmers crucial tool: satellite data

22nd October 2018
LAPU-LAPU CITY, Cebu — Dr. Gay Jane Perez was a postdoctoral fellow at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) in the United States when she realized how much data can be culled from satellite images.

Wireless technology redefines student life

8th October 2018
Times have changed; things are done differently today.

A pioneer at heart: UP Professor Emeritus Virginia “Betty” Flor-Agbayani, 96

8th November 2018
“Pioneering” is a word that was associated with Prof. Flor-Agbayani throughout her life and career until her passing on October 22, 2018 in Sherman Oaks, California, at the age of 96.

Ruben Santos Cuyugan, 91

23rd October 2018
Dr. Ruben Belza Santos Cuyugan, age 91, passed away on August 12, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts.  He was the third child of Dr. Gervasio Santos Cuyugan and Jacinta Belza.

Ceres S.C. Alabado

18th September 2018
      Source: https://view.joomag.com/philippine-asian-news-today-vol-18-no-20/0273605001477571171?page=17

Rev. Dr. Federico I. Agnir (1939-2018)

29th August 2018
The Rev. Dr. Federico (Fred or Eddie) Agnir, a longtime prominent resident of Greenfield, Massachusetts and Wesley Chapel, Florida, passed away on July 9 in his Wesley Chapel home, after an 8-month battle with pancreatic cancer.  

Dr. Raymundo S. Magno, a longtime Dundalk family physician, dies

15th August 2018
Dr. Raymundo S. Magno, a longtime Dundalk family physician who cared for generations of families and was also known for his charitable work in his native Philippines, died Thursday at a daughter’s home at Rehoboth Beach, Del., from kidney...

Diplomat Jose Apolinario L. Lozada, Jr., 68

2nd August 2018
FORMER Ambassador Jose Apolinario L. Lozada, Jr. passed away on Tuesday at the age of 68, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) said.