Who we are?

Research Center for Social Sciences and Education (RCSSEd) gathers together research associates by research interest groups (RIGs) namely, economics, business and finance studies; language studies; education and leadership studies; studies in psychology, and contemporary social issues researches (covering studies on inter-generational relations; social health; migration, politics and policies; and environmental vulnerability, security, and sustainability). Emerging working groups (WGs) in the fields of linguistic studies and peace and conflict studies are also currently supported by the center. At present, special projects on inclusive education, relevant Catholic church-related matters (CBCP), and finance soundness and literacy (CIMA) are also being undertaken by the center.

Quick Facts

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RCSSED was created
2017
RCSSED TREE leaves
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Activities / Announcements

Food security, sustainable livelihoods, and the Dominican Family COVID-19 Response Project

The ‘SOAPers’ or members of the Sustainable Organic Agricultural Project Team of the Research Center for the Social Sciences and Education (RCSSED) of the University of Santo Tomas, has taken a proactive stance towards the issue of ensuring food security most especially during a state of public emergency created by COVID-19. This supports the efforts […]

CALL FOR RESEARCH PROPOSALS AY 2020-2021

Attention to all Students Statistical Consultation Service is now available

The Statistical Consultation Service is now available at the Research Center for Social Sciences and Education (RCSSED) 

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Research Center for Social Sciences and Education (RCSSED)

 he Research Center for Social Sciences and Education (RCSSEd) gathers together research associates by research interest groups (RIGs) namely, economics, business and finance studies; language studies; education and leadership studies; studies in psychology, and contemporary social issues researches (covering studies on inter-generational relations; social health; migration, politics and policies; and environmental vulnerability, security, and sustainability). Emerging working groups (WGs) in the fields of linguistic studies and peace and conflict studies are also currently supported by the center. At present, special projects on inclusive education, relevant Catholic church-related matters (CBCP), and finance soundness and literacy (CIMA) are also being undertaken by the center.

Thomasian Research Excellence and Engagements (TREE)

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Administrators

Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation

PROF. MARIBEL G. NONATO, PhD

Director

PROF. BELINDA D.V. DE CASTRO, PhD bddecastro@ust.edu.ph

Staff

MS. MA. CARMELITA F. SANTOS
MS. ARABELLA S. MEJORADA
MS. FRANCES GABRIELLE A. CRUZ

Research Interest Groups (RIG)

Business Studies

Community Based Studies

Education and Leadership Studies

Church and Social Issues

Language Based Studies

Life Course and Intergenerational Studies

Politics and Public Policy

Social Health Studies

Psychology Studies

Sustainability Studies