UE Caloocan Academic Officials Visit, Give Lectures at Thailand’s Maejo University

Maejo visit by UE Caloocan officials, April 2012

The photo shows (from left) Associate Dean Bruza, Dean Paglomutan, Dr. Somkid Kaewtip, the Director of Maejo University’s School of Administrative Studies, Chancellor Battad, Dean Macam and Dean Santiago.

UE Caloocan Academic Officials Visit, Give Lectures at Thailand’s Maejo University

The University of the East has strengthened its academic linkage with Chiang Mai, Thailand-based Maejo University with the visit of UE Caloocan officials on April 26 to 30, 2012.

UE Caloocan Chancellor Zosimo Battad led the delegation, which included Dean Victor Macam of the College of Engineering-Caloocan, Dean Rogelio Paglomutan of the College of Business Administration-Caloocan, Dean Celino Santiago of the College of Fine Arts, Architecture and Design, and Associate Dean Crisol Bruza of College of Arts and Sciences-Caloocan.

The visit allowed the guests from UE to see the expanding academic programs and facilities of Maejo University, which is the premier agricultural university of Thailand, as well as the impressive economic development of the northern part of Thailand as represented by the city of Chiang Mai. The delegation also got to meet the students of UE Caloocan and of the University of the Philippines-Diliman who are undertaking their on-the-job training in tourism at Chiang Mai under the guidance of Maejo University.

Moreover, two of the visiting UE officials gave lectures to the faculty and doctoral students of Maejo University. Dr. Rogelio Paglomutan spoke on “Philippine National Treasury, the Financial Market, and the Global Debt Crisis,” while Dr. Bruza presented his completed doctoral dissertation, “Controlling the Educational Manpower Supply and Demand Imbalance Through Relevant Programs.”

Maejo University is planning to invite UE officials anew for an August 2012 academic forum, while UE is preparing for series of visits of students and faculty members of Maejo University within school year 2012-2013.



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