“An internationally recognized university that provides relevant and innovative education and research for lifelong learning and sustainable development.”
“The Palawan State University is committed to upgrade the quality of life of the people by providing higher education opportunities through excellent instruction, research, extension, production services and transnational collaboration and innovations.”
“The Palawan State University is geared towards serving its stakeholders in the most honest, professional, decent, efficient and transparent means and shall always be concerned about their welfare and development as citizens of this nation.”
The PSU Extension Office has furthered its reputation as one of the most dynamic units in the Palawan State University as it has just recently been recognized in the Development Bank of the Philippines’ Forest Program.
The DBP website shares that this is “a corporate social responsibility project that aims to protect and restore green cover in critical forest sites through the planting of high value fruit trees”.
In its own way of espousing one of the most pressing world issues that has prevailed in the last few decades, the PSU CNHS has just hosted a forum on HIV.
“This is our way of reaching out to the PSU community, by being an active force in spreading awareness of HIV among the members of the PSU, especially the youth,” said Dean Sonia Ygloria of the CNHS.
The Palawan State University has found reason to celebrate anew. The Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines (AACUP) Inc. has just released the Board Action of a number of PSU academic programs that were recently assessed in the period of July 27 to August 1, 2015.
Congressman Roman Romulo, highly touted as one of the most promising Filipino politicians today was the honored guest in PSU Intramurals 2015. While the PSU Intrams has always been a blockbuster success year in and year out, this intramurals was made extra special, thanks to some good news disclosed by the good Congressman.
The PSU Research Office has just concluded a Writeshop aimed to engender the creation of more research outputs from within the university. This time, the hope is for this to have a wider reach and coverage.
In his opening remarks, no less than President Jeter S. Sespeñe made clear his expectation of the research practices he wants to see from the Palawan State University.
Headed by Philippine National Red Cross Palawan Chapter officer-in-charge Mr. Victor De Leon, the PNRC team came to the Performing Arts Center to address the community members of the PSU in light of IHL Month.
“The PSU has always been in active collaboration with the Red Cross throughout the years. I would like to thank Pres. Jeter Sespeñe and the Palawan State University for giving us this chance to impart knowledge to the PSU community,” said Mr. De Leon.