TAU-GAD kicks off activities for women’s month

The GAD office commenced its initiatives to educate more women and men and give inspiration for them to move forward and survive their respective challenges and difficulties during and even before the new normal. One of its initiatives was to review the GAD agenda of the university. With the theme “TAU GAD in Review: Hearing Your Voices Towards Development,” Dr. Marianne P. Villaruel, the director of GAD Office, spearheaded a focus group discussion with some faculty members and staff of the university to review and recalibrate the GAD agenda which must be leaning towards economic emancipation and empowerment of women in the margins. To further support such efforts, Dr. Villaruel also facilitated a conference meeting to encourage more TAU faculty-researchers and extensionists to present their projects and programs that would help TAU become gender sensitive and gender inclusive institution. 

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P2A culminates virtual mobility, plugs ASEAN tourism on Tiktok

Text by Mr. Jerome L. Duque

Poster by Mr. John Paul Q. Gordovin

To push for the recovery of the tourism sector and foster cross-cultural understanding among Southeast Asian youth, the Passage to ASEAN (P2A) recognized outstanding promotional concepts during the closing ceremony of the Virtual Mobility in Hospitality & Tourism 2022 on 14 April.

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          TAU, SUC partners embark on comprehensive academic partnership with Canada’s York U

By Mr. Jerome L. Duque (TAU-ELIA)

Tarlac Agricultural University and other Philippine State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) have reached an agreement with York University in Canada to integrate collaborative activities in special projects, joint lectures, and high-level discussions through the Globally Networked Learning (GNL) platform.

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     TAU propels English Language Education

Text by Mr. Jerome L. Duque

Photo by Ms. Carmina Sahagun-Melchor

To respond to growing concerns about students’ deteriorating language fluency and to lay out the foundation for national implementation, Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU) launched its localized version of the project “Building the English Competitiveness of SUCs through English Proficiency.”

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Filipinos, Singaporeans ponder on aging, sustainability, tradition

By Jerome L. Duque (TAU-ELIA)

Demographic changes have pushed countries to reevaluate their fiscal resources to respond to shifts in the healthcare and insurance sectors. Even infrastructures must be suited to respond to the specific needs of an aging population.

Higher Education Institutions, especially those from graying economies, are urged to lead nations in their preparations for such a future. To explore how Singapore and the Philippines can address these concerns, Temasek Polytechnic (TP) launched Befriender’s Program and collaborated with Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU).

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