“A premier State University in the Southeast Asia that provides excellent and relevant Higher Education for 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.”
Understanding socioeconomic factors and the communities’ relationship to coastal and marine resources is crucial for the success of marine conservation. Integration of socioeconomic monitoring at conservation sites can serve to involve local communities in resource management, provide adaptive management strategies to reflect the local needs, and facilitate understanding of the importance of marine and coastal resources. Socioeconomic Monitoring (SocMon) is a tool developed to facilitate coastal planning and management.
The PSU Museum has taken the initiative to host a crucial dialogue that brings attention to the reality of the Indigenous Peoples of Palawan.
Last February 29, 2016, a whole day forum was spearheaded by the PSU Museum with the aim of providing researchers and students with updates on the relationship of the IPRA Law to Research and Extension works.
The Palawan State University has received an award in recognition of being among the top ranking SUCs in the country with the most number of Candidate and Accredited Programs Levels I-IV. The AACCUP has been keeping a watchful eye on the standards of education all over the nation in its drive to ensure the progressive quality of education in the Philippines.
Last February 22, 2016 Director of PSU Museum Dr. JUN G. CAYRON Presented a Research at the CAH-Audio Visual Hall entitled “Documentation of the Calamian Tagbanua Customary Law and Indigenous Political Structure”.
The Palawan State University Career Day has just been successfully concluded and there is no one happier about this development than OSA Director Dr. Grace Abrina.
“The turnout of the Career Day was awesome for all of us. We have overshot the number of student participants that we expected. This year we have almost reached 1000 students who participated in this event,” said Dr. Abrina.