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    by Joe Louis Anne Odquin, BSED Science Major I

    Posted on 2018-11-23 16:18:41

    St. Paul University Dumaguete celebrated Math and Science Month 2018 with the theme “Math and Science for the People” headed by the Math and Science majors from the College of Arts and Education (CAED) with their respective moderators. The celebration was held last September 24-27, 2018 with several activities spearheaded by the students concerned.

    On the 24th of September, the Math majors were able to launch their mobile photography contest and the Science majors were also able to have their essay writing and poster and slogan contests. These activities were actively participated by students from the different academic departments of the university. On the 25th of September, a Math and Science Interactive Booth and Exhibit was installed at the Mere Maria Hall. The interactive booths installed several mind and trivia games in their respective booths. The Mathletes were able to give puzzles in their booth and did their “Calculympic” game. Meanwhile, the Paniksik Society was also able to provide some trivia games in their booth and did their Science Spelling Bee Contest. In line with this activity, the Science, Technology, and Society (STS) classes from different colleges were also able to participate on their I-Solve Village Exhibit. These exhibits were about different dimensions of wellness. The interactive booths and exhibits were extended until the 27th for more viewing for all students of SPUD. Moreover, these booths and exhibits were also visited by the participants of the 2nd Inter-Senior High School Research Forum that was held last September 27, 2018. The said research forum was held at the Grade School Audio-Visual Room. Chosen students from SPUD and from Piapi High School were able to present their research outputs to college and senior high school students. This activity was one of the highlights of this year’s celebration. Both participating schools presented three (3) research studies. The participants, together with their instructors, were given certificates and plaques of appreciation by Paniksik Society Moderator and Research OIC Mrs. Irish Sequihod-Udtohan and CAED Dean Dr. Maricar Flores. The forum ended with a closing remark from Mrs. Udtohan. Later on this same date, the culmination of the celebration was held at the interactive booth and exhibit area with some more games and presentations. Giving of awards, tokens, certificates, and prizes of the winners of the mobile photography, essay writing, poster and slogan contests, games in the booth, and the best exhibits were given during the culmination.

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