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31 December 2009 by MBBasco

Dr. Serlie Jamias, associate professor of the Department of Development Journalism (DDJ), was invited by the Department of Agriculture%u2019s Agricultural Credit and Policy Council (DA-ACPC) to serve as one of the three resource speakers, workshop facilitator, and critique in DA-ACPC%u2019s Seminar-Workshop on Effective Technical Writing and Editing last November 16 to 18.ACPC is an institution that assists the DA in synchronizing all ...
31 December 2009 by MVPAranas and AJPAmata

The UPLB community saw and liked the "other side" of the faculty and staff of the College of Development Communication (CDC) during the Faculty Follies last Dec. 9 at the DL Umali Auditorium. CDC was adjudged as the second best in performance.The format of CDC%u2019s presentation titled Talentabladong Iskoy: The Search for the Best Iskolar Para sa Bayan was patterned after the famous entertainment program, SNN or Showbiz News Ngayon ...
31 December 2009 by FDMontes

Seven delegates from AZAM, an institution devoted to the development of the state of Sarawak in Malaysia, visited the College of Development Communication (CDC) for a four-day training-cum-study tour last Nov.30- Dec. 3. Titled Let%u2019s Talk and Walk, the training-cum-study tour was about enhancing governance through development communication. According to Prof. Rosario Tatlonghari, training coordinator, "The training was a fusion of theory and practice ...
31 December 2009 by RPFFrancisco and MAVSulit

The College of Development Communication (CDC) celebrated its 11th anniversary by joining forces with various organizations to address climate change. Dean Cleofe S. Torres revealed, during the anniversary program held at LR1 last Dec. 17, CDC%u2019s 11 commitments to the people and the environment for 2010, such as:1. Action research on climate change communication (College of DevelopmentCommunication);2. ...
30 November 2009 by [G] GEMRocafort

The College of Development Communication (CDC) had one of its highest enrollment rates since AY 2005-2006. This, the CDC Office of the College Secretary (OCS) confirmed after the two-week registration period (November 3 to 19, 2010) for the second semester.Based on the OCS data, 609 out of the expected 636 students or 95.75% enrolled this semester. This year's second semester enrollee turnout is the highest in five years. Academic Year (AY) 2005-2006 recorded a 91.59% enrollment rate. Academic ...