The importance of patient safety is a growing awareness among healthcare practitioners all over the world. The College of Nursing continuously seeks to equip its educators with the most current and relevant updates in the practice of patient safety. Its aim is to incorporate doable recommendations that would enhance the curriculum in the area of education and practice of patient safety based on current international standards with the end goal of producing nursing graduates who will be globally competitive.
Last June 25-26, 2015, Dean Carmel Villegas was sent as a delegate in the First ASEAN Patient Safety Congress -Towards a … [Read more]
The College General Assembly held at Southville International School and Colleges (SISC) on June 24,2015 spearheaded by the institution’s head officers with the Supreme Student Council familiarized and review with the new and old students the guidelines of the school. The students’ spirits were lifted by the program’s energetic hosts and the amazing numbers of the Monarchs Dance Troupe. It was a very interactive event, as everyone was asked to participate with the emcees. The breakout sessions provided focused discussions for the students of each college program.
The College of Psychology’s General Assembly was held at the Mini Theatre led … [Read more]
Stonyhurst Southville International School (SSIS) – Malarayat embraced the challenge of Total Quality Management (TQM) by presenting two TQM and three Special Projects to the TQM Committee headed by school president, Dr. Marl V. Ferenal. The projects aim to improve the school’s systems and processes under school principal Donna Atienza, and are doable and useful in upholding the high quality and productivity of the institution.
The following are the titles of the TQM/Research/Special Subject presented:
• A TQM Project on the Best Reflections on the Values of the Week
• Special Filipino Worksheets Compilation
• 5Cs Story Book, – “As … [Read more]
In celebration of the 10th search for the Top Outstanding Performing Students (TOPS), the organizers announced that on top of the 100 TOPS scholars on board, all the 10 top TOPS will be given full college scholarships for Academic Year 2014. There will be other types of scholarships available for the other ranking contenders who are interested to enroll in any of the programs in the Southville Global Education Network (SGEN) higher education institutions. This prestigious, competitive search is conducted among graduating high school students who have outstanding track record in academics, leadership, arts, or sports and have manifested good … [Read more]
The 2nd year AB Multimedia Arts students held their first ever 3D exhibit entitled SOS: Calling All Superheroes at the College Lobby of Southville International School and Colleges (SISC).
The Digital Photography class, headed by Kristen Gabutero, showcased photos depicting themselves as their favorite superheroes in 3D anaglyph images. In order to appreciate the effect in the pictures, the viewers used the 3D glasses provided by the class.
Dr. Felma Tria, Dean of Communication and Multimedia Arts, did the honor of cutting the ribbon during the opening ceremony held recently.
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Southville International School and Colleges held the annual VAT exhibit last February 22-26, 2016 at the Luxembourg walkway.
VAT, or Vision and Task, Circle showed the 5Cs (Competence, Character, Collaboration, Creativity, and Commitment to Achieve) in action through a display of students’ best projects and creative outputs that ranged from mouth-watering desserts to functional crafts, and from vivid paintings to innovative robots. Some of the projects presented were Bubble Painting, Potato Battery, Hologram, DIY Smartphone Projector, and Solar Rover, among others.
As a special program institutionalized by the school under MALACA or Mental Ability, Achievement, Leadership, Athletics, Creativity, Arts, gifted … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges held a job fair at the Luxembourg Hall last February 24, 2016. Coming from Guam, USA, the special guest was Judith Won Pat who is part of the 33rd Legislature of Guam and handles culture and education. The event began with her speech on understanding different people around the world. According to the speaker, misunderstanding is the cause of conflict among people of different nations. Pat also talked about admitting Filipino students into universities like the University of Guam for education and scholarships.
During the Q&A, college students asked questions about Filipino citizens working in … [Read more]
Students from Southville International School and Colleges were named recipients of top certificates in the 2015 International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) – Mathematics Assessment conducted by Educational Assessment Australia. The competition is participated in by more than twenty countries from Asia, Africa, Europe, and America.
Lee Chan Hee, Chang Min Yoon, Miguel Dominico Alzona and Christian Joseph Papa were awarded the Distinction Certificate given to the top 10percent of the takers in their level. Raven Breanna Maat, Iñigo Miguel Hernandez, Rueben Byron Maat, Gwyneth Margaux Tangog and Antwone Santino Ong received the Credit Certificate for belonging in the … [Read more]