Themed “Enhancement Orientation on Moral and Behavioral Obligation and Ascendancy in Eliminating Gender Barriers,” the BSU-Gender and Development (GAD) unit organized a one-day seminar for two groups of University admin staff and faculty last 13 and 14 May 2014 at the Riverview Waterpark Resort, Asin, Tuba.
Dr. Jose G. Balaoing, NOARDC Director, with his assistant demonstrates to the seminar participants the proper way of soil testing at the BSU Demo Farm.
Aimed at contributing to the poverty alleviation measures, the Office of Student Services (OSS) conducted an orientation seminar as a prelude to the month-long Bridging Program of Expanded Student Grants-in-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGP-PA) for all the recipients on May 6 at BSU Gymnasium. This gesture would increase the number of graduates in higher education among poor households and improve the total of those employed in high value jobs. Both the recipients and their parents were required to attend the one-day preliminary activity.
DR. Virgilio S. Almario, Head of KWF, discussing about Ortograpiyang Pambansa on May 16, 2014 at the CAS-LT.//Photo credit to CCA
To help the beekeepers become successful entrepreneurs, BSU organized a one day seminar on Entrepreneurship Development and Organizational Effectiveness for Beekeepers at Gladiola Hall on May 12, 2014.
There were 30 apiculture practitioners who attended the seminar. The participants are from Atok, Buguias, La Trinidad, Kabayan, Mankayan and Baguio City. Some even came from Quezon City, Manila.