A seminar on designing publishable experimental research was organized by the RDO last January 9, 2020, from 8:00–11:30 am, at the University Little Theater.
This half-day activity was prepared especially for the students of the College of Allied Medical Health Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Engineering, and Senior High School STEM strand, who are expected to engage in experimental research in the aspects of science, engineering, health, and agriculture. This is both timely and significant since the RDO is equipping the students with the skills needed for the publication of their research outputs.
The resource speaker of the seminar was Mr. Robert John Lamis, RMT, a former faculty member of the CAMHS who is on the final stages of his doctoral degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology in Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
An open forum was held after Mr. Lamis’s lecture, wherein the participants were able to voice out and clarify some grey areas and queries regarding experimental research.
A total number of 177 students participated in the activity, wherein more than half of the participants were from the CAMHS.