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Salt & Light 2022-2023

Salt & Light is a project that aims to give recognition to the outreach activities that were personally initiated by members of the UA&P community in line with the celebration of the International Good Deed Day in the month of April. It hopes to (1) promote acts of kindness, mercy, and compassion, and (2) inspire the members of the UA&P community to serve and respond to the needs of society, and be agents of positive change.

The IT Modernization Project received the Salt & Light award on May 12, 2023. 

Finalist in CHED ASEAN ICONs

CHED ASEAN ICONS (ASEAN Philippine Higher Education Internationalization Champions of Nation-building and Sustainability) recognizes exemplary higher education institutions that championed the global reputation of Philippine Higher Education through their commendable performance in international rankings and ratings, efforts to advance the internationalization of Philippine HEIs, and valuable contributions to ASEAN’s regional prosperity.

The UA&P Information of Science and Technology (IST) Extension Program was also nominated in the Outstanding Contribution to Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion category.

2nd GAWAD BIDA: Bayanihang Imuseno, Damayang Areglado

The IST Community Extension Program was given the award Outstanding Stakeholder in recognition of their invaluable contribution, exemplary commitment, active engagement and shared responsibility leading to the holistic development of Bidang Imuseno learners. Given March 18, 2022 in Imus, Cavite.

PACUCOA presentation by COP winner 2021-12-07.mp4

UA&P paper wins first prize at PACUCOA’s 32nd General Assembly

The Philippine Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on Accreditation (PACUCOA) awarded the paper submitted by UA&P first prize during PACUCOA’s 32nd General Assembly held virtually last December 6-7, 2021. Entitled “Extension Programs in IT Education: Lessons and Best Practices amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic by the University of Asia and the Pacific,” the paper was chosen in the search for Best Practices in Community Outreach Program.