UE CBA Manila Students Present Papers at Nat’l Student Research Conference

Photo show paper presenters (from left) Jules Davey Villanueva, Francis Carlo Lino, Justine Louis Leoquinco, Ma. Gillian Palomo and Elaine Smith De Jesus with their research advisers, Profs. Angelito C. Descalzo and Ofelia R. Nilo.

Photo show paper presenters (from left) Jules Davey Villanueva, Francis Carlo Lino, Justine Louis Leoquinco, Ma. Gillian Palomo and Elaine Smith De Jesus with their research advisers, Profs. Angelito C. Descalzo and Ofelia R. Nilo.

Students of the UE College of Business Administration-Manila got to present research papers on a national scale yet again, this time presenting five completed studies at the recent 7th National Research Student Conference (NSRC). This second semi-annual conference—organized by the A&A Knowledge Base Research Consultancy and Training, Inc., and held last December 16 and 17, 2019, at Selah Pods Hotel in Pasay City—provided students with the opportunity to present completed and ongoing researches, and gain constructive feedback from learned researchers on how to improve their study prior to publication.

The organizers and panel critics were all praises for the five research outputs submitted and presented by our UE business and accountancy student researches. Theirs were among the 79 senior high school, undergraduate and graduate studies from universities and schools throughout the Philippines that passed the screening process of the NSRC’s technical standards for oral presentation.

Photo shows them with some of the NSRC organizers and research panel critics.

Photo shows them with some of the NSRC organizers and research panel critics.

In the three parallel paper presentations, the studies from UE CBA Manila included the following: 1. “An Assessment of the Multiple Intelligences of the Accountancy Students in the University of the East,” presented by Ma. Gillian V. Palomo for co-authors Melanie R. Bagtang, Kristine Joyce A. Baguisi, Lyngel Joy Buenaventura and Endreyan L. Macaspac; 2. “PIC’s Pronouncement on Accounting for Crypto-Assets: Its Limitations as Perceived by Preparers of Financial Statements,” presented by Elaine Smith R. De Jesus for co-authors Raymart Benhur C. Magat, JL Dean Lester B. Mendoza, Karla Christine A. Mendoza and Rowel B. Salvador; 3. “The Effectiveness of the Delivery of Basic Services in Selected Barangays in the First District of Quezon City,” presented by Justine Louis S. Leoquinco for co-authors Mark Oliver R. Cajimat, Marvin Jayson R. Abad, Exequiel Jash Villajin, Johncis L. Magbuo and Do Hun Kim; 4. “Socio-Economic Impact of Rural Tourism in Barangay Sampaloc, Tanay, Rizal,” presented by Jules Davey M. Villanueva for co-authors Paulo D. Camorongan, james Louie P. Delos Reyes, Emmanuel M. Español, Eliza G. Lotho and Rhynna Erika G. Lugtu; and 5. “An Analysis of the Crowdfunding Industry as Perceived by Social Media Investors,” presented by Francis Carlo G. Lino for co-authors Simon Khryss Cicero Salibo and Roi Christian D. Nery.

The UE student-researchers were accompanied at the two-day research conference by their able and supportive research faculty advisers: UE CBA Manila Associate Dean Angelito C. Descalzo and College Secretary Ofelia R. Nilo.

Kudos and cheers, Warrior Researchers!

Report and photos courtesy of UE CBA Manila

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