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“ONE CYCLE AT A TIME”: ISAT U BIKERS CLUB

It all started with just a simple coffee session one chilly morning of December when the idea of organizing a biking group started brewing and came about in the year 2018. Back in 2015, there’s already an existing bike group but it was not that visible yet and some members are in-active and not connected Continue reading

Univ launches Programmable Dehydrator Machine for Herbal Tea Materials

“This is a milestone in research initiatives,” said Dr. Raul F. Muyong during the launching of the Programmable Dehydrator Machine for Herbal Tea Materials at Ephrathah Farms, Inc., Brgy. Sariri, Badiangan, Iloilo on October 25, 2019. Dr. Juanito C. Batalon, Director for Agricultural Resource Management Research Division (ARMRD), also lauded the project as an advancement Continue reading

CSC recognizes ISAT U in Pasidungog 2019

The Civil Service Commission (CSC) Regional Office VI recognized ISAT U during the Pasidungog 2019 at Diversion 21 Hotel, Iloilo City on September 11, 2019. Pasidungog 2019 is part of CSC’s 119th anniversary that aims to recognize outstanding accomplishments and exemplary behavior of government officials and employees considered as servant-heroes or “lingkod-bayani” and stakeholders which Continue reading

Research project receives patent for invention

After years of waiting, the research project of the faculty members of the College of Industrial Technology (CIT) was finally granted  Letters Patent for an Invention by the Bureau of Patents (BOP) 0f the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHIL). The TOROID-CORD TUNGSTEN INERT GAS (TIG) AND SHIELDED METAL ARC (SMAW) WELDING MACHINE was Continue reading

CHEd recognizes ISAT U’s achievements

The Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) Regional Office 6 recognized the  achievements of  Iloilo Science and Technology University (ISAT U) during the Commission’s 25th Founding Anniversary on May 18, 2019. Aside from being recognized as a state university with a Level III status, the University was awarded for having the most number of certificate of Continue reading

ISATU HOLDS BUDGET CONSULTATION

February 16, 2021 – A virtual consultative meeting was conducted by ISAT University and its stakeholders in preparation for the fiscal year 2022 budget. Dr. Gabriel M. Salistre Jr., the VP for Administration and Finance, spearheaded the said consultation through the online platform Zoom. “Our government is continuing the modernization of the national budgeting system Continue reading

ISAT U EDUTOURISM PROJECT receives green light

The Commission on Higher Education (CHED) approves the Edutourism project of ISAT University under the Culture, Heritage and Museums (CHIM) category. The initiative is part of the Commission’s Study in PH – Edutourism program categorized further into Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishery (AFF) and Environment and Natural Resources (ENR). “Grantees were selected in areas identified as Continue reading

ISAT U distributes etablets to students

January 25, 2021 – A total of 5,416 units of electronic tablets were distributed to the various colleges of the university. Students from the CIT, CEA, COE and CAS of Iloilo City Campus were the first ones to get hold of this brand-new gadget pre – installed with learning packets. An additional 493 units will Continue reading

TALE OF TWO RAULs

It’s no coincidence that these two visionary leaders got the chance to work together for a mutually beneficial endeavour that could better the lives of the community they are serving, listening to their people and taking into consideration their welfare above all. Yes, you’ve read it right! DR. RAUL F. MUYONG and HON. RAUL N. Continue reading

Muyong: No campus would be left behind

Dr. Raul F. Muyong, university president, reiterated his message of development and inclusivity for all campuses during the pre – opening conference for faculty for the 2nd semester, academic year 2020 – 2021, held on January 15, 2021 via Zoom. In his report, Muyong emphasized the various accomplishments of the university despite the prevailing pandemic. Continue reading