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How Did This Inspiring Filipina Rise to Become Dean of Hawai’i’s Renowned Nursing School?

Filipina trailblazer Clementina D. Ceria-Ulep has made significant strides in the field of nursing and healthcare administration. She has recently been appointed the permanent dean of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa School of Nursing, which was renamed last year as the Nancy Atmospera-Walch School of Nursing (NAWSON) in honor of the Philippine-born immigrant woman leader from Vigan.

Harnessing Energy from Thin Air: How a Filipino PhD Student Unveils Nature’s Blueprint for...

In a landmark study that has the potential to redefine the future of sustainable energy, Filipino Ph.D. scholar Princess Cabotaje of Uppsala University has played a pivotal role. She has contributed to the discovery of a unique biological process that enables microorganisms to extract “energy from thin air”.

10 Trailblazing Filipinos Honored in Gold House A100 List: Unmasking America’s Cultural and Business...

What does a singer, an activist, a beauty queen, and an Attorney General have in common? They're all Filipino Americans recognized in the prestigious Gold House A100 list for 2023, a line-up that celebrates Asian Pacific leaders at the forefront of culture and innovation.

Tricycle Driver’s Son Defies Odds: Filipino Student Julian Martir Accepted to 30 US &...

In an astonishing display of determination and hard work, 20-year-old Julian Martir, the son of a tricycle driver and a vendor from Negros, Philippines, has been accepted into 30 prestigious universities in the United States, amassing a total of almost $2 million in scholarships. Julian's achievements have stunned and inspired many, as his family has struggled to make ends meet, with Julian being the youngest among four siblings.

How Leni Robredo Turned Adversity into Advocacy: Discover the Inspiring Journey of the Former...

Leni Robredo's journey from the Philippines' Vice President to a leading advocate for change is a story of resilience and determination. Having faced numerous challenges throughout her political career, Robredo has emerged as a beacon of hope and inspiration for many.

From Probinsyana to International Scholar: Empowered Filipina Student Micah Joyce Guillermo’s Mission

From a humble "probinsyana" to an empowered international scholar, Micah Joyce Guillermo aims to make a difference in the Philippines. This is her story.

What Did Farmer’s Daughter Aryenne Ysabelle Rodrigo Do to Get 8 Scholarships to America’s...

Aryenne Ysabelle Rodrigo, an 18-year-old farmer's daughter from the Philippines, once thought pursuing her education abroad was an unattainable dream. Today, she has defied the odds and earned full-ride scholarships to three of America's top universities: Harvard, Princeton, and Amherst, and five others. Read on to learn how Aryenne's intelligence, grit, and determination have opened the doors to a world of opportunity.

Who is Michelle Butiu and How Did She Break a Guinness World Record in...

Have you heard of Michelle Butiu, the Filipina fitness trainer who made history by breaking a Guinness World Record in Qatar? If not, then you're in for a treat!

From UP Rural High School to the Ivy League: What’s the Secret Behind Carl...

In an extraordinary display of determination and intellect, Carl Audric Guia, a student from the University of the Philippines Rural High School in Los Baños, Laguna, has achieved the seemingly impossible. Guia has been offered full scholarships to not one, but five prestigious Ivy League colleges in the United States.

Two Filipino photojournalists win 1st Prizes in Pictures of the Year Asia

Filipino photojournalists Ezra Acayan and Lisa Marie David have been awarded first prizes in the highly regarded Pictures of the Year Asia (POY Asia) 2023 contest modeled after POY International, the world’s oldest competition for photojournalists and documentary photographers.

Visually impaired defies odds, becomes first to pass Philippine Bar Exam

History has been made as University of Baguio (UB) alumnus Anthony Mark Dulawan Emocling became the first visually impaired exam taker to pass the Philippine Bar Examinations.

Cebu island girl Simone Balaba offered 55M worth of scholarships to 9 US colleges

Simone Gabrielle Balaba, a high school senior from Cebu, Philippines, has achieved a remarkable feat in her academic journey. She has been offered scholarships totaling more than PHP 55 million ($1.1 million) from nine colleges and universities in the United States.
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