• OBEquitous Changes

    The College’s six degree-granting units each conducted Seminar-Workshops on Outcomes-based Education with focus on curriculum revision, targeting implementation come June 2015. College of Education kicked off the series last March 21, and the remaining academic units were quick to follow suit: College of Industrial Technology on April 16 and 17,College of Fisheries and Criminology on April 21 and 22, School of Arts and Sciences on April 24-25,
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  • DEEP Down in Danjugan

    Binalbagan Campus faculty and staff toured the Danjugan Island Marine Reserve and Sanctuaries camp facility on April 22 to view the site which will house the incoming batch of freshmen Fisheries scholars. The scholarship is funded by the Department of Agriculture–Agricultural Competitiveness Enhancement Fund and implemented by the Danjugan Island Environmental Education Program.
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  • CHMSC hosts 2nd Green Summit, PNEE International Conference

    Carlos Hilado Memorial State College (CHMSC) recently hosted two events in a row, barely two weeks apart, lobbying for education for environmental conservation and climate change mitigation.
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  • CHMSC 2015: Conquering Uncharted Territory

    The Holiday Season is over and we face a new frontier this year 2015. The past cannot be undone, but we step into this New Year bearing the lessons that we have gained from the past in order to improve upon the present.
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  • CHMSC-T Holds Intramurals 2014
  • NEW FSG PRESIDENT ELECTED INTO OFFICE
  • CHMSC HOSTS 'NO BLACKBOARD ACADEMY'
  • GREEN CHMSC ACCORDS WITH MAYOR’S VILLAGE CITY VISION
  • NEW TEACHERS RIGHT ON TRACK FOR K-12
  • CHMSC Ranks 5th in SCUAA Regional Meet
  • CHMSC Runs with a Smile
  • Director of Library Services Shares Vision for Sustainability

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