A social impact advocacy created through the efforts of USAID, ECOWASTE Coalition and our very own Sustainability Studies Research Interest Group

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The Research Center on Social Sciences and Education invites everyone to watch this documentary, a social impact advocacy created through the efforts of USAID, ECOWASTE Coalition and our very own Sustainability Studies Research Interest Group.  The research team led by Prof. Arlen Ancheta and members, Assoc. Profs. Moises Norman Garcia and Ma. Rosario Virginia Garcia, and Asst. Prof Ronald Castillo were among the research teams […]

New fellow of Social Weather Stations (SWS), Asst. Prof. Maria Carinnes P. Alejandria, PhD.

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The UST-Research Center for Social Sciences and Education  is proud to announce the new fellow of Social Weather Stations (SWS), Asst. Prof. Maria Carinnes P. Alejandria, PhD. Her research interests are focused on food security, health vulnerability, disaster resilience and social gerontology. Warmest congratulations on your achievement!

Congratulations to Asst. Prof. Jeremaiah M. Opiniano

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He is a faculty member of UST Department of Communication and Media Studies and a researcher of RCSSED. Jeremaiah did a mixed methods study on overseas remittances and rural hometown investing in two Philippine municipalities (https://www.researchgate.net/publication/351664823_Overseas_Remittances_and_Rural_Home_Town_Investing_in_Two_Philippine_Municipalities_Towards_an_Understanding_of_the_Migration-and-Local_Development_Nexus). Writing scholarly journal articles, presenting research findings in digestible forms to stakeholders in his project’s research sites (San Nicolas, Ilocos […]

Reading perceptions, needs, and practices among parents of an urban poor community in the Philippines

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Assoc. Prof. Rosalyn G. Mirasol and Asst. Prof. Katrina Ninfa M. Topacio published a paper on Reading Psychology, a Scopus-indexed Q1 journal by Taylor and Francis Online: “Reading perceptions, needs, and practices among parents of an urban poor community in the Philippines” https://doi.org/10.1080/02702711.2021.1939822 Congratulations!      

Factors Affecting Intention to Use Blended Learning Approach in the Tertiary Level: A Quantitative Approach

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The UST Research Center on Social Sciences and Education (RCSSED) congratulates Asst. Prof. Ronaldo R. Cabauatan, Ph.D., Prof. Belinda V. de Castro, Asst. Prof. Ronaldo A. Manalo and Prof. Chin Uy for their recent publication. “Factors Affecting Intention to Use Blended Learning Approach in the Tertiary Level: A Quantitative Approach” in the Higher Education for […]

Perceptions toward Thai English: A study of university English language teachers in Thailand

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Asst. Prof. Veronico N. Tarrayo, Ph.D. with his co-authors Mr. Mark B. Ulla of Walailak University, Thailand and Mr. Panya Lekwilai of Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand recently published a paper on Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, a Scopus-indexed Q1 journal by Taylor and Francis Online:“Perceptions toward Thai English: A study of university English language […]

Appointment of Prof. Allan B. de Guzman, PhD as the co-editor of Educational Gerontology, a Scopus-indexed Q2 journal by Taylor and Francis Online

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The UST-Research Center for Social Sciences and Education (RCSSED) is pleased to announce the appointment of Prof. Allan B. de Guzman, PhD as the co-editor of Educational Gerontology, a Scopus-indexed Q2 journal by Taylor and Francis Online, that publishes researches on gerontology, adult education, and on social and behavioral sciences. Congratulations on your well-deserved success!