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The following are the QUALIFIED APPLICANTS for the SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Program in PSAU:

1. VELASCO, ANGELICA L.
2. FELICIANO, CLYDE KEN R.
3. TIOTUICO, JOSHUA G.
4. CATILAGO, CLARISSA 
5. DAVID, JEMUEL B.
6. GONZALES, KAILA JOY M.
7. ORONCE, ADRIEN JERIEL J.
8. ORDOÑEZ, ANGEL LYNNE C.
9. CABRERA, JAYSON M.
10. DELA CRUZ, SARAH SOPHIA D.
11. ABRASALDO, MICAH L.
12. LASCON, IAN E.
13. MENESES, JOSHUA RALPH S.
14. PARAS, AARON MARTIN D.
15. SICAT, LEVI N.
16. MUÑOZ, CARLO R.
17. DELA PAZ, KENNETH M.
18. JURADO, JACK LYN 
19. MALLARI, CHARLES DANIELLE G.
20. TUAZON, HENZON PAUL 
21. CALMA, IÑIGO D.
22. LOPEZ, JODIE JEWEL G.
23. VELASCO, BERNARDO JR. C.
24. WAJE, MARIA ELIDA Y.
25. BULANADI, MARIZHELLE JANE C.
26. LUSUNG, ELIZER S.
27. MENESES, RUTHEA JIENNE G.
28. JUAN, JUSTINE B.
29. LITA, JOSHUA M.
30. MADUCDOC, SHANE 
31. MARIMLA, JEHAN KARLO P.
32. MARINO, ALEXANDRA G.
33. UBALDO, IAN MELNARD D.
34. DAVID, ROBIN D.
35. GARCIA, CHRISNAN C.
36. GONZALES, CARLOS DOMINIC P.
37. GONZALES, JERONYL M.
38. JAYOBO, HAZEL GRACE 
39. JOSON, ARGEL T.
40. MANGALINDAN, KING GENESIS C.
41. MIRANDA, KEANA JANNE R.
42. QUIAMBAO, MARIZ P.
43. SANCHEZ, ROWEL A. 
44. DAVID, JOSHUA O.
45. DIZON, ENA SOFIA J.
46. GARCIA, STEPHEN CRIS V.
47. MACALINO, JEREMY LEI A.
48. MANIMTIM, HAZEL MAYRE P.
49. MENDOZA, JUSTIN M.
50. MIRANDA, PRINCE GIOMAR P.
51. OLEDAN, SAMUEL V.
52. PANGAN, HANNAH FAITH S.
53. BALTAZAR, DARLENE KAYE T.
54. BERMUDO, JOHN CARLO D.
55. CANLAS, KATELYN S.
56. CANLAS , SHAWN MATHEW A.
57. DAVID, CATRINALYN 
58. DAVID, JEFFREY S.
59. GUIRIBA, JENIEL 
60. GUIRIBA, JEREL 
61. LOBO, PATRICK THERRENCE 
62. MANGALINDAN, KIM ANGELIKA 
63. TAYAG, MICAH C.
64. TAYAG, MERVIN DALE B.
65. UNTALAN, STEPHANIE T.
66. CALMA, WENDELL VINCENT C.
67. DAVID, AERIKA MAE DG
68. DAYRIT, KIMBERLY 
69. ESPINO, JIMWEIL 
70. GARLAN, DAVE Z.
71. GONZALES, ROBBY G.
72. MATA, FRITZI L.
73. NUCUP, MENCHIE R.
74. SULA, FRANKLIN M.
75. TIAMZON, SARAH MAE 
76. VERGARA, JOHN CHRISTIAN A.
77. ANTONIO, SOPHIA 
78. FRANCISCO, DEXTER DAVE 
79. LUCBAN , OSCAR A.
80. MANALANG, MADELINE JOIE D.
81. MANIA, IVAN JUSTINE D.
82. MANUNTAG, JOHN MARK H.
83. NAZAR, MARY FRANCESS E.
84. OSCAR, LUCBAN A.
85. PAMINTUAN, KATHLEEN JOYCE J.
86. RAMOS, SOPHIA MARIE G.
87. ROMERO, KYLE 
88. SIMBULAN, DIANA ROSE G.
89. STA.CRUZ, VERENIS R.
90. SULA, RONALYN L.
91. TAYAG, JINNO D.
92. TOLEDANO, SHAIRA 
93. VIÑAS, DANICA 
94. AGSALDA, ADRIAN CARL DL
95. CANLAPAN, JIRAN ANGELICA M.
96. CAPIL, JUDY ANN P.
97. CARSOLA, JONALYN M.
98. GONZALES, AMIEL PAUL P.
99. JUAN, VINA MARIE
100. MACALINO, CHATHERINE JOY C.
101. MALLARI, EZEKIEL A.
102. OLIVA, NEHEMIAH KIRBY S.
103. PABUSTAN, KATRINE JANE D.
104. SALONGA, AILIN NISSY F.
105. SANTOS, ANTONETTE D.
106. BALAJADIA, IRAH MAE L.
107. BRIONES, JANCHER Q.
108. DAYRIT, LINNUS DAVIDROSS G.
109. DIONISIO, TRIXIA 
110. EVANGELIO, MAEBEN B.
111. GUEVARRA, NICOLLE D.
112. GUZMAN, RONA MAE H.
113. MALLARI, JUSTINE ERWIE P.
114. MUNDO, CIELO MARIE Y.
115. PAGCU, BRAN HEIRO A.
116. POLICARPIO, FRANCESCA NICOLE 
117. RAMOS, LESTERDINE D.

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A newly-established structure is highly visible before entering the PSAU campus. It is a sculpture “Sibul Ning Kabiasnan” (Spring of Knowledge) conceptualized and designed by Mr. Norman Phillip P. Tiotuico which symbolizes continuous process of development through lifelong learning with Nature, Culture and Agriculture.

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This sculpture installation represents the elements necessary for the advancement of intellectual growth (clockwise: Pylon 1 – Sustenance by Cultivation; Pylon 2 – Progress with Harmony in Nature; Pylon 3 – Exploration of Knowledge; Pylon 4 – Serenity of Being; and centerpiece Pylon 5 – Fulfillment of Growth). It will serve as a reminder for the community to reflect on the things humanity treasures for Progress and Nature and as an inspiration to forward its cause in the educational advancement towards sustainable living.

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During the week-long celebration of Pampanga State Agricul- tural University (PSAU) for its 1st Founding Anniversary as a state university, one of its major activities was the inauguration of the PSAU-ALIAS Agricultural Multi-Purpose Building on January 13, 2016. The activity was participated by Ms. Lyza Quilongquilong, the able representative of Dr. Nicomedes P. Eleazar, the Director of the Bureau of Agricultural Research. Through the years and with the funding support of DA-BAR, various food, and non-food products as well as relevant technologies have been developed by PSAU-ALIAS Center and are ready for commercialization.

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The recipient of this year's Extensionist of the Year Award is a vibrant and energetic faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences in the person of Prof. Rommel Pangilinan Gaña. He is a graduate of Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Filipino at the Republic Central College in 1997. The following year, he passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers. In 2005, he finished his Master of Arts in Education major in Filipino in the same Institution. Prof. Gaña joined the PSAU teaching force in 2001. A humble and jolly colleague, that is how Prof. Gaña is being described by his fellow extensionists.

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The Extension & Training Program of the University had increased the number of BIDANI Specialists now called Faculty Extensionists from 16 to 44 members effective January 2016. This move is part of the innovation and active participation of various faculty members covering the six Colleges of PSAU. Moreover, the increase in the number of extensionists would allow effective implementation of the CHED six-point-agenda for the performance of excellence in Extension namely:

  1. Extension for Food Production & Security
  2. Extensionist in environment, Disaster Prevention, Preparedness ,and Resiliency
  3. Extension in Biodiversity and Conservation
  4. Extension in Smart Analytics & Engineering Innovations
  5. Extension in Traditional Health
  6. Extension In Education 
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The "Development of International Agritechnology Lighthouse, Entrepreneurship-Driven Sustainable Agriculture or DIAL-EDSA" is a program worth 150M expected to be funded by the Commission of Higher Education and Israeli Government. The general objective of the program is to promote the practice of agriculture and enhance agricultural production through the adoption and implementation of Israeli agricultural technology. It is to be implemented initially by two state universities – Pampanga State Agricultural University and Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University (DMMMSU) and one state college – Tarlac College of Agriculture (TCA). Each school will have a fund of 50M – with 40M coming from CHED and Israeli government and each school shall have a counterpart of 10M each at 2M per year for five years.

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