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The General Academic Strand by Isagani Cruz

(Starting July 2014, the USC website will post relevant and important journal/magazine and newspaper articles related to the K to 12 program for the purpose of informing the academic community as well as our online visitors about new developments in pursuit of educational reform.)

MINI CRITIQUE (The Philippine Star) | Updated July 10, 2014 - 12:00am

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College of Engineering hosts visiting professor through USAID, PhilDev

   The College of Engineering will be hosting Prof. Daniel Lacks, a visiting professor from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, from 20 to 25 July 2014.

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USC Basic Education Department sets K to 12 milestone

   The University of San Carlos Basic Education Department made history when it launched the second batch of Grades 11-12 programs and held the ceremonial signing of the Memorandum of Agreement with its partner institutions at the USC South Campus Jashick Hall last 18 June 2014.
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American professor lectures on kinetic typography

   Outside the four walls of the University lies a world of endless possibilities. Whether in the field of business or the arts, effective communication will empower you to get ahead in certain areas where others who are less assured may not succeed.

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Architecture, Pharmacy shine in June 2014 licensure examination

Both the University’s Department of Architecture and Department of Pharmacy performed excellently in their respective national licensure examinations given in June 2014: 90% of the Architecture examinees and 95.76% of the Pharmacy examinees made USC proud of its graduates.

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CBCP Statement on Catholic Schools and K-12 Program

   In 2016, higher education institutions (HEIs), our colleges and universities, will have no freshmen.  In that year, the students who complete four years of high school move on to senior high school, following any of the tracks presently open to them, only one of which leads to university or college-level education.  The debate on whether we should adopt the K to 12 scheme is behind us.  We have accepted it, but we must now cope with the challenges that it has engendered.

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Department of Nursing inks pact with Kyoto Renaiss Hospital

Representatives of the Department of Nursing signed a new memorandum of agreement with Kyoto Renaiss Hospital, an internationally accredited health care institution offering health services utilizing modern technology and state-of-the-art facilities, based in Kyoto, Japan. The signing ceremony was held at the BOT conference room, Downtown Campus, on 23 June 2014.
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NCCA and USC Cebuano Studies Center launch The Other(ed) Woman

The USC Cebuano Studies Center under the sponsorship of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts will launch the Hope Sabanpan-Yu’s The Other(ed) Woman, an anthology of critical essays on Friday, 27 June, at the Ayala Activity Center Cebu at six-thirty in the evening. 

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College of Engineering intensifies industry-academe linkage

As a leading engineering school in the Visayas and Mindanao, the College of Engineering, has intensified its industry-academe linkage by adding to its list of partners two companies, namely Fluor Daniel Philippines and Tsuneishi Technical Services (Phils.).
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Dr. del Fierro is the new Assistant VPAA

The Board of Trustees of the University of San Carlos, in its June 14, 2014 meeting, has confirmed the appointment by the University President of Dr. Ramon S. del Fierro as Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs. The new office has been established to enhance the collaboration among the different academic units in the University.

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