As part of the Grant and Incentive Schemes of the RDO, Dr. Jasmin Parreño, College of Criminal Justice Education Dean, and Nikko Calumpiano, College of Education Faculty, were given a research award incentive for garnering third place in an international research conference, and financial support for the presentation of research study in a regional congress, respectively.
Dr. Parreño, with her study entitled, “The Lived Experiences of Female Inmates: The Unfolding,” was awarded 3rd Best Presenter Award in Criminal Justice in the 2019 International Integrated Research Conference and PCPD held last September 20-22 at the Walter Hogan Hall, Ateneo de Manila University, Quezon City.
Meanwhile, Mr. Calumpiano was granted financial support for presenting his research, “Prototypical Structure of Philippine Spoken Word Poetry: Themes, Motifs, Binary Oppositions,” during the Philippine Association for Teachers and Educators (PAFTE) Regional Congress Research Oral Presentation held last November 30-December 1 at the El Circulo Convention Center, Pueblo de Panay, Roxas City, Capiz.
The incentive for awards and recognition is given to researchers are recognized by esteemed external agencies for their outstanding scholarly work, bringing prestige to the University. On the other hand, the grant for presentation in conferences is based on the University’s Memorandum Order No. 033, Series SY 2015-2016, which declares that researchers whose abstracts or full paper are accepted for oral presentation in provincial, regional, national or international conferences may seek financial support, ranging from 50%-100% of the expenditures subject to the tariff set by the Accounting Office and availability of the fund, from the RDO.