building the school of excellence - Mindanao State University

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BUILDING THE SCHOOL OF
EXCELLENCE
SUKARNO D. TANGGOL, DPA
Chancellor
Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology
OUTLINE
• Introduction
• MSU-IIT in Passing: What Are We
Now?
• How Did We Get Where We Are?
• Where Do We Go From Here?
• Challenges, Issues and Concerns
• Concluding Notes
INTRODUCTIO
N
• Building the School of Excellence:
Catching up with the world, responding to
societal needs
• Quality and Excellence
• Towards local, regional and national
development
• Role of Science and Technology in
development
• MSU-IIT and other HEIs: No way but
forward
MSU-IIT IN
PASSING:
WHAT IS IIT
NOW?
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•
•
Vision/mission
CHED Awards/Recognition
AACCUP Accreditation
Other Institutional Program Recognition
Academic Programs
Faculty Profile
Student Profile
Performance in PRC-Regulated
Programs
• Research Papers/Posters Presented
• Research Papers Published in ISI
Journals
VISION
A world-class institution of
higher learning renowned
for its excellence in Science
and Technology and for its
commitment to the holistic
development of the
individual and society.
MISSION
To provide quality education
for the industrial and socioeconomic development of
Mindanao with its diverse
cultures through relevant
instruction, research,
extension, and community
involvement.
COMMISION
ON HIGHER
EDUCATION
(CHED)
AWARDS
CENTER OF
EXCELLENCE (4)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Chemistry
Mathematics
Biology
Teacher Education
CENTER OF
DEVELOPMENT (3)
1. Physics
2. Information
Technology
3. Civil Engineering
LEVE
L
NO. OF
ACCREDITE
D PROGRAM
6
College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS)
AB English, AB Filipino, AB History, AB Political
Science, AB Sociology and BS Psychology
8
College of Education (CED)
BSE major in Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology,
Physics, General Science, Technology and Livelihood,
MAPEH, and BS Industrial Education Major in Drafting
Technology
2
College of Education (CED)
BEEd English, Science and Health
3
College of Business Administration and
Accountancy (CBAA)
BS Accountancy, BSBA Economics and BSBA
Entrepreneurial Marketing
1
College of Nursing (CON)
Candidate Status for Level 1 Accreditation
III
II
I
DISCIPLINES AND PROGRAMS
OTHER
INSTITUTIONA
L PROGRAM
RECOGNITIO
NS
**Member, ASEAN University Network/Southeast Asia
Engineering
Education
Development
Network
(AUN/SEED)
**Member, Philippine Higher Education Research
Network (PHERNet –CHED)
**First Natural Substance Center for Mindanao
(“Tuklas Lunas” Center) by Philippine Council for
Health Research Development (PCHRD) 2012
**Accelerated Science and Technology Human
Resource Development Programs
(ASTHRDP)
“Science Consortium” headed by the University of the
Philippines
**DOST-Engineering Research & Development
Technology (ERDT) Consortium Schools
**Delivering Institution of DOST-Science Education
Institute (SEI)
**DOST’s ICT Learning Hub for Northern Mindanao &
Virtual Center for Technology Innovation (VCTI) –
OTHER
INSTITUTIONA
L PROGRAM
RECOGNITIO
NS
**Academic Center of Excellence in Biodiversity
(HARIBON Foundation)
**ICT Training Arm in Northern Mindanao for National
Computer Center
**Resource Distribution Center for UNESCO Bangkok
Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education
**2011 Wenhui Awardee for Education Innovation
**The only school in the country deputized to deliver
the DOST-SEI Scholarship Grants for Educational
Assistance for Technology and Science Teaching for
Mindanao (GREAT-M /SPRINT)
**Delivering Institution of the Asian Institute of
Management Team Energy Center (AIM-TEC)
Mindanao Bridging Leadership Program (MBLP)
**TESDA Assessment Center for Automotive and
Mechatronics Servicing; TESDA Accredited Course on
Mechatronics NCII & NCIII at the School of
Engineering Technology (SET)
LINKAGES
National Organizations, Agencies
26
International Associations,
Foundations, Organizations
16
Partner Universities
24
GLOBAL /
NATIONAL
LINKAGES
- ASEAN University Network – Southeast Asia
Engineering Education Development – Net
(AUN/SEED Net)
- MSU-IIT has signed a Memorandum of Agreement
with the Faculty of Science at Niigata University,
Japan. The different departments at College of Science
and Mathematics with universities in Asia, Europe, and
the USA.
- University of the Philippines – National Institute for
Science and Mathematics Education
- Intel Philippines
- UNESCO Bangkok
- World Links through World Bank
- Foundation for Information Technology Education
Network of Outstanding Teachers and Educators
- Philippine Association for Teacher Education
- World Council for Curriculum and Instruction
(Secretarian: Alliant International University, San
GLOBAL /
NATIONAL
LINKAGES
- International Federation on Social Science
Organizations (IFSSO)
- International Conference on Policy Association
(ICONPOA)
- GINHAWA (NGO)
- National Commission for the Arts
- Phil. Guidance and Counseling Association (PGCA)
- Psychological Association of the Philippines
- Gawad Kalinga Community Development
Foundation, Inc.
- National Power Corporation
- Iligan City Social Welfare Development
NATIONAL
GOVERNMEN
T LINKAGES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Commission on Higher Education (CHED)
Department of Agriculture (DA)
Department of Energy (DE)
Department of Science and Technology (DOST)
a) NOMCARRD
b) PCAMRD
c) PCARRD
d) PCASTRD
e) PCHRD
f) PCIEERD
5. Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)
6. National Research Council in the Philippines
(NRCP)
7. Philippine Atomic Energy Commission (PAEC)
8. Philippine Rice Research Institute (IRRI)
9. National Academy of Science and Technology
(NAST)
10. Philippine Association of Research Managers, Inc.
NATIONAL
GOVERNMEN
T LINKAGES
11. Philippine – Australia Community Assistance
Program (PACAP)
12. The Philippine Association of Tertiary Level
Educational Institutions in Environment Protection
and Management (PATLEPAM)
13. Northern Mindanao Consortium for Health
Research and Development (NorMinCoHRD)
14. Philippine Society for Microbiology (PSM)
15. Philippine Society for the Study of Nature (PSSN)
16. Philippine National Health Research System
(PNHRS)
INTERNATIONA
L ACADEMIC
LINKAGES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Asian Foundation
Australian Agency for International Development
(Aus-Aid)
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
United Nations Development Program (UNDP)
United States Agency for International
Development (USAID)
Southeast Asia Research Center for Agriculture
(SEARCA)
Institute for Spirituality in Asia (ISA)
United States Patent and Trademark Office
(USPTO)
PARTNER
UNIVERSITIES
 TAIWAN
• National Central University
• Nationa Chung Hsing University
• National Taipei University
 AUSTRALIA
• Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
• The University of Queensland
• University of Melbourne
• Australia National University
 NEW ZEALAND
• Massey University
• University of Waikato
 USA
• Wayne State University
• Bowling Green State University
• Texas Tech University
• Ball State University
• Virginia Tech, Blacksburg
PARTNER
UNIVERSITIES
 GERMANY
• Darmstand University
• Bielefeld University
 MALAYSIA
• Universiti Malaya -Sabah
 JAPAN
• Tokyo Institute of Technology
• Niigata University
• Tohuko University
 SINGAPORE
• National University of Singapore
 BEGIUM
• University of Ghent
 SOUTH KOREA
• Gwangju Foolk, School, Korea
• Seoul University, Korea
ACADEMIC
PROGRAMS, BY
LEVEL AND
NUMBER OF
OFFERINGS
PROGRAMS
NUMBER OF
OFFERINGS
1. Doctoral Degree
10
2. Masters Degree
33
3. Baccalaureate
45
4. Diploma /
Certificates
9
FACULTY
ACADEMIC
PROFILE
2009
2010
2011
Bachelor
degree holders
(BS)
126
132
135
Master degree
holders (MS)
303
306
303
Doctoral
degree holders
(PhD)
95
99
101
ENROLLMENT
PROFILE
ACADEMI
C FIELDS
2010
2011
2012
%
Social
Sciences
&
Humanitie
s
3,726
3,884
4,264
15.00
Science &
Technolog
y
22,46
7
22,30
8
22,82
0
85.00
Total no.
26,19
of
3
enrollment
26,19
2
27,08
4
100.0
0
GRADUATES
AY 20112012
%
218
12.00
Science &
Engineering
1,668
88.00
Total graduates
since RA5363
(1968)
33,837
100.00
Social Sciences
Percentage Passing
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
CHE - Apr
CHE-Nov
ME-Apr
ME-OCT
ECE-APR
ECE-OCT
CE-MAY
CE-NOV
EE-MAY
EE-SEPT
Performance in PRC Regulated
Professions
IIT %
Nat %
IIT %
2008
50
54
100
87
100
83
100
71
100
89
Nat %
2009
40
53
56
56
35
36
36
34
28
35
80
85
100
100
50
69
89
77
100
89
43
52
49
60
24
26
43
46
35
42
IIT %
IIT %
Nat %
2010
2012
78.57 51.95
96
100
29
71
62
78
100
75
81.82
53.55
83.33
34.06
93.33
43.68
Percentage Passing
Performance in PRC Regulated
Professions
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
IIT %
Nat
Nat
Nat
Nat
Nat
IIT %
IIT %
IIT %
IIT %
%
%
%
%
%
2008
CPA-MAY
43 27
CPA-OCT
54 37
NURSING-JUNE 97 43
CHEMIST-SEPT 66 47
LET-Elem-SEPT 97 30
LET-Secon-SEPT 65 35
METE- AUG
33 58
2009
43 26
67 41
98 41
50 47
88 18
50 28
44 54
2010
2011
2012
64 39 77 38 25 37.53
81 48 90.24 47
99 41 100 35 87.5 33.9
57 56 48 52
48 25 95.6542.46
57 23 53.4724.85
56 57 60 82

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