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Pagudpud school construction uses plastic wastes converted into eco-bricks

Luzong National High School (LNHS) in Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, is converting the community's plastic wastes into eco-bricks or reusable building blocks to supplement the school's structures and build various items.

Bohol Wisdom School reaches finals of Zayed Sustainability Prize in UAE

The Bohol Wisdom School (BWS) has been shortlisted for the 2022 Zayed Sustainability Prize, the United Arab Emirates' pioneering global award in sustainability and humanitarianism.

De La Salle University tops PHL business, economics on THE World University Subject Rankings

De La Salle University (DLSU) has topped Business and Economics studies in the Philippines on the 2021 Times Higher Education World University Rankings (THE WUR) by Subject.

UP College of Music, University of British Columbia collaborate for laptop orchestra music concert

Expect the unexpected when the University of the Philippines (UP) Conservatory of Music, collaborating with the University of British Columbia (UBC)-School of Music, stages a one-of-a-kind concert that despite its name, hardly touches the laptop computer on stage.

UST-UP team is 1st student-led winner of Okayama Award for sustainability

The University of Santo Tomas (UST) and University of the Philippines (UP) team of the Ladders to Literacy project has won the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Okayama Award in Japan, the first students to earn the recognition since the award was launched in 2015.

FEU offers gender pronoun options for students’ online learning profiles

Far Eastern University (FEU) students can now choose to display their preferred gender personal pronouns on their online learning profile for Canvas.

WATCH: Martial Law stories of Lasallians Pepe Diokno, Tanny Tañada, Bishop Felix Perez

Stories of the Martial Law years from Lasallian-educated Filipino leaders Jose “Ka Pepe” Diokno, Lorenzo “Ka Tanny” Tañada, and Bishop Felix Paz Perez were live-streamed by the De La Salle Philippines (DLSP) community during the United Nations International Day of Peace and the 49th Anniversary of Martial Law in the Philippines.

UP leads 30-strong Philippine College Radio Congress, on air festival

DZUP 1602, the University of the Philippines (UP) college radio station, is leading the establishment of the College Radio Network of the Philippines supported by 29 other universities and colleges from all over the country which participated in the Philippine College Radio Congress (PCRC).

Filipino students win 21 Golds in World Mathematics Invitational in Korea

One hundred eleven grade school students from the Philippines performed as a powerhouse team, bringing home a total of 97 Medals and 14 Merit Awards from the the 2018 World Mathematics Invitational (WMI) held in Yonsei University, South Korea.
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JUST IN: 9,788 graduating senior high students qualify for DOST scholarship for science ambassadors

A total of 9,788 graduating senior high school students were announced this morning as the new science ambassadors of the Department of Science and Technology - Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) and the S&T Scholarship Division-Science Education Institute.

Ateneo, TAU join DLSU, UST, Mapua in THE University Impact Rankings

Ateneo de Manila University and Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU) have entered this year's University Impact Rankings by the Times Higher Education (THE), joining previously-ranked De La Salle University (DLSU), University of Santo Tomas (UST), and Mapua University.

6 State Colleges help Cordillera farms fight climate change effects

Six state colleges and universities (SCUs) have joined the S&T Action Frontline for Emergencies & Hazards (SAFE) Program of the Department of Science and...
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