CMU alumni, friends, and the whole community

if we want to see CMU grow, we must all take part in nurturing it, in whatever way we can. we need one another to grow.
we need everyone for CMU to indeed become a global university soon...

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

CMU has a new PRESIDENT!

Dr. Maria Luisa Rupac Soliven of Laur, Nueva Ecija yesterday was elected (on Dec 15) by the CMU Board of Regents as the 8th President of the university. She also holds the distinction of being the First Lady President. Currently she is the Vice-President for Academic Affairs. Previously, she was then Dean of the College of Agriculture and was also the First Lady Dean of the College of Agriculture.

The CMU community prayed for God's anointed. Congratulations Ma'am Malou. We are behind you. Continue to have a servant's heart. We pray that God keeps you safe from all harm and evil. May He give you wisdom, more than what He gave Solomon. May God be your closest advisor. Cheers!

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

CMU Victory!

On Sept 24, 2010, a week had passed since Central Mindanao University celebrated the highlights of its centennial, the Supreme Court of the Philippines released their decision - a victory for the university that labored and prayed to preserve its lands.

"GMA proclamation on Mindanao U land nullified
By Ina Reformina, ABS-CBN News
Posted at 09/27/2010 1:26 PM | Updated as of 09/27/2010 1:26 PM

MANILA, Philippines - The Supreme Court en banc has ruled as unconstitutional Presidential Proclamation 310 of former President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, which appropriated land of Central Mindanao University (CMU) for distribution to indigenous peoples and cultural communities in Bukidnon.

In a 10-page decision penned by Justice Roberto Abad, the Court ruled that the Presidential Proclamation issued by President Arroyo on January 7, 2003 taking 670 hectares from CMU's registered lands was null and void because CMU's lands were not alienable public lands.

In 1958, former President Carlos Garcia reserved 3,401 hectares of lands of the public domain in Musuan, Bukidnon, as school site for CMU by virtue of PP 476. Over 3,080 hectares were eventually titled to CMU while more than 300 hectares of the remaining untitled lands were distributed to several tribes by government.

The High Bench held that the said lands have become inalienable the moment former President Garcia dedicated the lands for CMU's scientific and technological researches in the field of agriculture. The Court also said that transferring the ownership of the lands in question is not in keeping with the Indigenous People's Rights Act of 1997 which provides that "property rights within the ancestral domains already existing and/or vested upon its effectivity shall be recognized and respected."

CMU questioned the constitutionality of PP 310 before the Malaybalay regional trial court, which dismissed the petition on the ground of lack of jurisdiction. The Malaybalay RTC said jurisdiction lies with the Manila RTC where the official act of the executive department was done. But the Malaybalay RTC ruled then that PP 310 did not violate the Constitution since the State owned the lands, not CMU.

The Court of Appeals Mindanao Station dismissed CMU's appeal for lack of jurisdiction stating that the issues raised were pure questions of law, and thus should have been filed before the Supreme Court via Petition for Certiorari.

The Supreme Court however held that regardless of a pending issue questioning whether the Malaybalay RTC prematurely decided the constitutionality of the proclamation which would have been proper for the CA Mindanao Station to hear, the Court already ruled on this since "ultimately, the issue of constitutionality of the Proclamation in question will come to (this) Court however the court below decide it. Consequently, the Court should, to avoid delay and multiplicity of suits, now resolve the same."

Thank you, God.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Monday, September 20, 2010

Many thanks

Everyone: alumni, admin, committee members, faculty, staff, students, friends, guests, partners, etc.- Maraming, maraming salamat.
We had a major, major celebration and it was worth all the hard work. Cheers.

Note: we hope to upload pics and videos soon.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Sweet Sunshine

God blesses CMU. Thank God for the sweet sunshine.
CMU indeed is having a blast with its centennial celebration. Cheers!

Monday, September 13, 2010

Updates Sked

To view closely, point your cursor on the pic, right click and choose "view image".

The Winners!

Mr. CMU Centennial is from the College of Home Economics.
Ms. CMU Centennial is from the College of Commerce and Accountancy.
(more details will be posted soon.)

The CMU Music Society

Just less than a year old, this group of CMU students, blessed with talents for music, is crazy busy for the centennial.

On Sept 8, they have guested in Pamahaw Espesyal of ABS-CBN Cagayan de Oro City to "debut" their winning composition SANDAANG TAON.

On Sunday (Sept 12), they visited Wild FM to sing live the same song. On the night of the same day, they performed at the Search for Mr. and Ms. CMU Centennial and was applauded after their invocation and version of the National Anthem.

Yesterday morning (Sept 13),they performed at the CMU Monday Flag Raising Ceremony.

Tomorrow (Sept 15), they will again sing live SANDAANG TAON on Radyo Natin in Maramag.

Cheers, CMU Music Soc! Keep up the good job!

Sunday, September 12, 2010

CMU Faculty Got Talent!

Witness your professors rock and roll this Wednesday!
UCC. 7:01 pm. General admission= PhP 20.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Disabling comments

Dear All,
Although we appreciate your active involvement in the polls, there are a few things that we need to set right. Many comments are truly below the belt and trash language is not acceptable. As either CMU alumni or present constituents, do our comments reflect the culture and social graces of this university?
Hope not. So, we will be tracking the comments for the next 10 minutes. After which, we will decide if we will disable posting of comments.

Update: we have disabled posting of comments. :(



In a few hours, the online polls for Mr. and Ms. CMU Centennial will close. The winners (highest votes) will be cited as the Voters' Choices for Mr. and Ms. CMU Centennial. Congratulations!

Later this week, we hope to post some pics from the Search for Mr. & Ms. CMU Centennial. Thanks for your participation and Cheers!

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Search for Mr. CMU Centennial

This is the official start of the online voting for Mr. CMU Centennial.( Place your cursor on top of the pic, right click and choose view image to have a closer look at the candidates for Mr. CMU Centennial.) Cheers!

On the left hand corner of this blog, please cast your vote! Thanks.

Voters' Choice for Mr. Centennial was Candidate # 8 (1204 votes from 3675 total votes).

Monday, September 6, 2010

The Candidates for the Ms. CMU Centennial

This is the start of the on-line voting for Ms. CMU Centennial. There are no information provided, i.e. names and units represented to avoid bias. Please use the poll on the left hand corner of this blog. Many thanks for your participation. We will open the on-line poll for Mr. CMU Centennial later today.

Tip: to view the candidates closely, place your cursor on the picture and make a right click then chose view image. Cheers!

Voters' Choice for Ms. CMU Centennial is Candidate # 2 (with 1096 votes of the 4023 total). Congratulations!

On Line Poll (Vote) for Mr. & Ms. CMU Centennial

We will start the online poll tomorrow. For your advance information.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Ms. & Mr. CMU on Sept 12

Beauty and brains abound, especially in CMU (:). Witness the Search for Miss and Mr. Central Mindanao University on its centennial year at the University Convention Center on Sept 12. Tickets are priced starting at PhP 50. Tickets will be available at the UCC Gate. See yah! (thanks to for the borrowed pic from Ms. Philippines.)

One Major, Major Activity

The National Student Rodeo or the Sen. Miguel Zubiri Cup that will start on Sept 17 and will end on Sept 18. (thanks to for the image)

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Some Centennial Palaro Pics

Several pics had been uploaded in the Facebook account: CMU Centennial. Do check them out. However, here are some...

Sunday, August 22, 2010

Well Baby Contest 2010

This is a bit late but FYI: the University Hospital spearheads the Well baby Contest 2010, as part of their activities to celebrate the CMU Centennial.
When: August 25, 2010
Where: Farmers' Training Center
You are all invited to witness this lovely event. Bring your kids even if you did not register for the contest.

Congratulations to all the winners! Ang saya sa FTC on Aug 25. The Jollibee and Twirlee mascots tickled both the young and old. Kudos to the organizers. We hope to post some pics soon. Cheers!

AGGIES ruled!

Congratulations to the AGGIES Team which reigned, rocked, and ruled the CMU Centennial Palaro (Aug 17-20, 2010).

On second place were the Wildcats (Engineering), followed by the Firefox (Forestry, VetMed, and HE), the Thunderwolves: the Reborn (Education & Commerce/Accountancy), and the Immortal Duo (CAS & Nursing).

Note: will post pics soon.
Update: check out the CMU Centennial Account on FB. The pics were posted there instead of here.

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

CMU Centennial Parade

This will be on Sept 16, 2010 at 9:00 am.

General Guidelines
1. The parade & float competition is open to academic & student organizations in CMU. Non-academic units of CMU, government agencies, & private companies outside of CMU are welcome as non-competing entries;
2. All participating units shall make a float within the general concept of the centennial theme --> "CMU at 100: Reminiscing the Past, Celebrating the Present, Creating the Future";
3. All participating units/float entries must be officially registered with the Centennial Parade Committee on or before Aug 23, 2010. Vehicles with no entry numbers will not be allowed to participate;
4. Each unit shall be identified by 2'x3' (in feet) placard stating the entry number and name of unit;
5. Only 1 vehicle will be allowed per unit. No large vehicles (e.g. elf, 6- or 10-wheelers) will be allowed during the parade. Only pick-up trucks (light motor vehicles with open top-rear cargo area) or other types of similar size will be allowed to participate. The float must not be wider than one of traffic since there will be 7 very sharp turns in the parade route. (Vehicles with low smoke emission are highly recommended.);
6. "Walkers" or pedestrian with a float entry, or walking units must not exceed 100 people.

Specific Guidelines
1. Registration fee is PhP 1,000.00;
2. The concept of the float shall be left to the discretion of each unit but emphasis shall be given to the theme;
3. Distribution of candies or promotional items is strongly discouraged for competing entries. (The Centennial Parade Committee reserves the right to confiscate products or implement immediate withdrawal of any parade participant if it is deemed that distribution of items by a participating unit is adversely affecting parade flow or compromising parade safety);
4. The use of "live" animals, as well as, children below 7 years old is strictly discouraged. A 5-point deduction from the total consolidated score of the judges for violation of this provision shall be imposed;
5. The use of flammable materials such as fireworks and pyrotechnics as part of the float and parade is strictly prohibited. A 5-point deduction from the total consolidated score of the judges for violation of this provision shall be imposed.
Dr. Joe Obedencio, Jr.
Chair, Centennial Parade Committee

P.S. The complete Criteria for the Centennial Parade & Float Competition
1. Overall effect of presentation (overall effective presentation of the float including presentation during the parade, active & enthusiastic participation of walkers) = 25%
2. Workmanship (craftsmanship of the float creation, details in design & creation of float with effective use of colors and materials) = 25%
3. Parade theme (how well the float design concept is attuned to the theme of the centennial) = 25%
4. Originality (the creativeness and uniqueness of concept of the float design) = 25%
TOTAL = 100%

Note: if you wish to participate and needs a copy of the official registration form, just email us at (fyi: blog mod)

Friday, July 23, 2010

Official Statement from the Alumni President (Dr. Jose Escarlos, Jr.)


All registrants during the Centennial Alumni Homecoming will receive a registration ID. Though I'm still negotiating it with a sponsor.

Lifetime membership ID will still be discussed by the Alumni Board. Like UP, XU, Liceo , etc... they do have a lifetime membership fee of 2,000 or more. So that they have access to the university facilities like the library after graduation. This will also give way to a free information thru print and electronic mails re development of the university. Yet, still have to finalize the details with the board.

What was collected after graduation is the annual fee, so that this time, we will be paying again another annual fee during the registration of the Alumni Homecoming.



Thursday, June 24, 2010

"Aggies Got Talent"

As part of the Pre-Centennial Celebration, the College of Agriculture has the whole month of June as facilitators/organizers of events and activities. Last night, it staged the "Aggies Got Talent" and for the first time in its 58th Foundation history, the faculty of the College ramped for a "fashion show" sponsored by Sophie Paris. Cheers!

Note: will post pics soon (by moderator)

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Tarpaulin Sponsors!

Dr. Emmanuel Abuel (DVM, 1986)& Mrs. Agnes Andamon-Abuel (BSA AnSci, 1986)& Family generously sponsored one of the tarpaulin banners for the CMU Centennial. Thanks a lot!
(Those who are also interested, kindly email

Monday, June 7, 2010

June 7- the campus starts to buzz...

Classes start today. Welcome Freshmen! You are the Centennial Year Batch (2010). The April Graduates were the Centennial Year Class. As for the centenarians, we hope to welcome them on September! Cheers CMU!

Sunday, May 30, 2010

Centennial Seminar Series 2010 (cont.)

On June 17, 2010, Dr. Antonio C. Laurena of the Institute of Plant Breeding (IPB) of UP Los Banos will be the keynote speaker for the opening of the University In-house Review at the Farmers' Training Center. This is organized by the College of Agriculture Crop Research Unit and the University Research Office viz a viz the Centennial Seminar Series. Dr. Laurena will talk on "Biotechnology on Corn."

Other schedules are:

July 21: Dr. Emmanuel T. Baltazar, College of Veterinary Medicine
August 18: Drs. Penaranda, Jane Pasal Blancaver, and Rhodora Cabunillas (sponsored
by the College of Nursing)

More updates next when details are available.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Enrolment of upperclassmen starts on Monday...

It's going to be interesting next week. Could be worth to see who are the cool heads on campus. Freshmen enrollment will be over today. They had two weeks to do that. It's heat-warming to see freshies with their parents in tow. By next enrollment, you will be on your own :D. Cheers to all and this this your advance welcome come classes on June 7!

Monday, May 24, 2010

AGGIES spearheads Centennial Celebration for June 2010

For the month of June, the College of Agriculture will spearhead the CMU Centennial Celebration. This will also be in coordination with its 58th AGGIES FOUNDATION CELEBRATION. These are the tentative sked:

June 7-11 Educational Exhibits, Research Seminar Series 1
June 15-18 Educational Exhibits, Research Seminar Series 2

June 22: Thanksgiving Mass, Parade, Opening Program, Opening of
Trade Fair/Bazaar, On-going Exhibits/Products Demo, CA
Acquaintance Party & Installation of COASCO Officers
June 23: On-going Trade Fair/Bazaar, "AGGIES GOT TALENT" Variety
June 24: "Open House" by Department, Start of ROCK WALL CLIMBING,
Skills Competition I for NORMINFAS (Rodeo Skills, Feed
Formulation, Estimating Live Weight, Farming System
Modeling, On-the-spot Essay Writing Contest, Battle of
the Brains, Extemporaneous Speech, FACULTY FOLLIES,
Awarding of Outstanding Alumni
June 25: Farmers' Market, Free Experts Consultation, Field Tours
to Different Laboratories/Projects, Symposium, Amazing
Centennial Race, Skills Competition II for NORMINFAS
(Dish Garden Exhibition, Fertilizer Computation, Plant
Propagation, Seed/Insect/Pest Identification), FIESTA SA
AGGIES, Closing Program/Lunch Fellowship, Awarding of
Skills Competition Winners

For inquiries, you may email:

FYI: Committee on Promotions
College of Agriculture Centennial Celebration

Sunday, May 23, 2010

CMU Promoted Its Centennial at CHED

The university represented by a team headed by Dr. Victor Barroso including Prof. Jose Valmorida, Dr. Judith Intong, Dr. Louella Cabahug, Mrs. Josefina Vaguchay, Mrs. Agnes Lao, and Dr. Joy M. Jamago, participated in the CHED-organized SUCs Products Fair from May 17-21, 2010 at the CHED Atrium, Quezon City.
CMU ably promoted its products in instruction, research, extension, and production as well as its Centennial Year Celebration. It was quite an experience!

Friday, May 14, 2010

Highlights Week (Sept 12-18, 2010)

Here's the general sked:
Sept 12 (Sun): Search for Miss CMU 2010 at the UCC
Sept 13 (Mon): Students' Night and Grand Finals: Dance Crew Contest, centennial debate, tribute to past SSC presidents, etc
Sept 14 (Tue): Employees' Night sponsored by the CMUEA
Sept 15 (Wed): Faculty Night sponsored by the CMUFA Inc.
Sept 16 (Thu): Opening Parade & Float Parade Competition, Meet and Greet, Bazaar, Cocktails and Dinner, Program, Alumni Business Meeting, Centennial Seminar Series, etc.
Sept 17 (Fri): College Alumni Business Meetings, College Seminar Series, Centennial Seminar Series, Friendly Games, Start of National Rodeo Cup, Closing Ceremony and Awarding Night, Fireworks, etc.
Sept 18 (Sat): Last day of National Rodeo Cup
Sept 19 (Sun): Musuan Fiesta (Viva San Isidro Labrador!) = "this is not an official part of the Centennial Celebration activities :D"

Let's check your CMU trivia: How many meters does Musuan Peak measure above sea level? Post your answers as comments!

Thursday, May 13, 2010

CMU will participate in the SUCs Products Fair

CHED spearheads a "Products Fair" for all state universities and colleges in the Philippines from May 17-21, 2002 at the CHED Grounds, UP Diliman, Quezon City. CMU commits to participate and will also make use of the venue to promote the university's centennial celebration this year.

To the alumni near the area, you may wish to visit the CMU Booth and sample the products of the university. See you!

Friday, May 7, 2010

Huli man, ihahabol din...

hi all. this is late but hope still worth the wait. cheers! please go out and vote wisely (with God's wisdom) on Monday!

what else? uhm, advance post: there will be a FLOAT PARADE COMPETITION on sept 16. those who wish to participate should inquire with Dr. Jose Obedencio Jr., College of Veterinary Medicine. there is (minimal) registration fee plus some requirements re: float vehicle size and carbon emission (good!). this competition is for 3 categories: academic units, student organizations, and non-academic units.

on sept 16 and 17, visitors to the campus should take note that there will be designated parking places based on numbers that will be handed to you prior to entry at the main gate.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Centennial Logo Competition

Mr. Gideon Cabahug, Director of Student Affairs and Chair of the Subcommittee for the Centennial Logo Competition has announced the winners:

1st Place - Mr. Gibbson S. Berbigal, BSA 3 Agronomy (PhP 5,000.00)
2nd Place - Mr. Ian Paul Vaguchay, AB Pol Sci (PhP 3,500.00)
3rd Place - Mr. Loover Veloso, BSA 1 Horticulture (PhP 1,500.00)

Congratulations! We hope to upload their entries as soon as we access the electronic file of the winning entries.


Monday, May 3, 2010

Advance Notice: National Rodeo Cup!

On Sept 17 and 18, CMU will host a National Rodeo Cup! Open to teams of male students from universities all over the country. Registration fee? Prizes? More details will be posted soon. (photo courtesy of

Registration Fee for Sept 16 and 17

According to Dr. Jose Escarlos, Jr. (President of the CMU Alumni Association), the Php 500 registration fee for Sept 16 and 17 covers the following:
PhP 100 (alumni dues)
PhP 200 (dinner, Sept 16)
PhP 100 (cocktails before dinner, Sept 16)
PhP 100 (alumni ID)

The Registration and Secretariat Committee will collect this fee at a designated tent immediately after the main gate.
Update: The construction of the CMU Centennial Landmark started at most 2 weeks ago. Its making progress...

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

CCC: UH spearheads "Free Operation Tuli" on May 7, 2010

In line with the CMU Centennial Celebration, the University Hospital (UH) Administration will facilitate a "Free Operation Tuli" on May 7, 2010 at the UH from 8:00 am to 12 noon.
This is courtesy of the Philippine Army and Mr. Antonio O. Florendo.
Let's call this "giving back" to the community which has helped, in one way or another, CMU grow.

Or, let me introduce a new phrase - this is CMU Philanthropy (JMJamago).

Monday, April 26, 2010

Search for Ms. CMU Centennial

Watch out for one of the main events in the CMU Centennial Celebration! The Search for Ms. CMU Centennial on September 12, 2010 (Sunday). Instead of the usual Bb. Palaro that is often done in August each year, the Bb. Palaro Pageant will be replaced by the Ms. CMU Centennial, as the university celebrates its 100th year as an academe.
See you all!

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Six Centennial Awards...

On September 17, 2010, 6 Centennial Awards will be given to outstanding alumni of Central Mindanao University for the following categories:

1. Outstanding Alumnus/Alumna in Public Service
2. Outstanding Alumnus/Alumna in Entrepreneurship
3. Outstanding Alumnus/Alumna in Education
4. Outstanding Alumnus/Alumna in Research and Development
5. Outstanding Alumnus/Alumna in Community Development
6. Most Outstanding Alumnus/Alumna

Keep posted on the opening for nominations, criteria per award, and requirements.
For inquiries, kindly email: and write in the Subject Box: Re: Centennial Awards.

Thank you very much.

FYI: Subcommittee on Centennial Awards for the CMU Centennial Celebration
Chair: Dr. Luzviminda Simborio
Co-chair: Dr. Joy M. Jamago
Members: Dr. Rebecca Cagmat
Dr. Eva Joy N. Mendoza
Dr. Jose Hermis Patricio
Dr. Leo Labrador

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Proposed CMU Centennial Marker...

Courtesy of Engrs. Acma, Agbayani, and Pamisa. Hope construction begins soon...

Thursday, March 25, 2010

The University Hospital keeps in pace...

Throughout this year, the University Hospital has scheduled a series of activities like seminars and lectures for the CMU Centennial Celebration. Kudos to the organizers!

Wednesday, March 24, 2010


they say, you are never a true cmuan if you have not climbed the musuan peak while doing your studies in cmu. so, are you? or are you not? :):):)
anyhow, just to let you remember the good old days, here's a pic taken from musuan peak on a beautiful early morning...(photo credit to joy_little 2009)

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Summer 2010 Classes Start on Wed!

The second sem is barely finished and the campus is again buzzing. Students are busy for their summer 2010 enrollment. Classes will start on Wednesday!

Sama-Summer Everyone!!!

P.S. The College of Agriculture will facilitate a review class for the Licensure Exam in Agriculture (LEA). It will start on April 13. No details about venue and review fee yet. Keep posted.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Sept16 and 17!

Mark these dates in your calendar. The culmination activities of the CMU Centennial Celebration will be on these dates! Grand parade, awarding nights, etc. One of the things to watch out on September is the search for Ms. CMU Centennial. This will replace the Ms. Palaro for this year. So, book your flights, block your calendars and come join the fun here in your alma mater! See you all!

Thursday, February 25, 2010

University Hospital sponsors...

Feb 26 at the Farmers' Training Center: Seminar on Diabetes Mellitus and Cervical Cancer. Two very good topics that the CMU community should truly know about.
Plus, they are having a free blood sugar test at the University Hospital! Thank you.
All these are part of the university's centennial celebration.

Monday, February 15, 2010

our deepest condolences...

to the family of the late Dr. Laura Obsioma, Professor, Department of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences, CMU.

CMU Community

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

the proposed centennial landmark

CMU is celebrating its great history this year, and in doing so, also creating history. To cement it, Engrs. Acma, Agbayani, and Pamisa, as well as, Architect Mabilin designed a centennial landmark that will be built this year near the administration building. The design is intricate, the details have meanings. See it rise until it shall be fully established come September this year.

Every milestone has to be celebrated.
Every distance needs to be marked.
Then we set new goals again.
For the future.

the development of a community can also be measured on its cultural growth. cmu is known for its passion for music, dances, and other forms of performances. the resident cultural troupe is called bidlisiw. here's a sample of their performance on the night of feb 1 dubbed "talents unlimited: let's celebrate!"

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

some pics from feb 1 (opening salvo)

something old, something new. but one thing is for sure, you do miss CMU.

the university is growing, vertically and horizontally.

some students are more daring and so we hope that the community is more open-minded and welcoming. there are more buildings now in campus than before.

most of the campus pathways are now paved. hence, the campus is a lot noisier these days because there are more vehicles in campus.

accordingly, you are definitely in cmu if: "gapatunga ang mga estudyante sa dalan ug gapadaplin ang mga sakyanan..."

but we still enjoy the sight of cowboys on horses.

new thinking. new directions. but all in all, we hope for the same vision - a great university. a global university.

soon. sooner. soonest.

feb 9 was a success!

thanks to all who went to the FTC yesterday, who became part of CMU's 100th year history. the seminar series had a good line up of speakers on 3 fields of knowledge: anthropology, psychology, and biodiversity.

kudos to the sponsors!!!

Monday, February 8, 2010

CMU Centennial Outstanding Alumni Awards

this is an advanced announcement that this year, we will be doing a search and then announcement of the outstanding CMU alumni for its centennial year celebration on September this year. outstanding alumni will be chosen for various categories. keep posted for the next announcements.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

University Centennial Seminar Series starts on Feb 9...

CMU continues to be committed to scholarly learning, so one of its major activities is the University Centennial Seminar Series. It will start tomorrow from 1 to 5 pm, Feb 9 (Tuesday) at the Farmers' Training Center (FTC). The speakers include:

1. Dr. Leo G. Labrador: "Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing-Integrative Group Intervention Among Children Exposed to Armed Conflict in Mindanao"
2. Dr. Vellorimo J. Suminguit: "Viewing Ethnohistory of Bukidnon Through Documentation of Cultural Artifacts of CMU Museum"
3. Dr. Michael Kessler: "200 Years After Alexander Von Humboldt: What Have We Learned and What Remains to be Learned in Tropical Biogeography?"
4. Dr. Grecebio Jonathan D. Alejandro: "Using Molecular Sequence Data to Resolve Taxonomic Conflicts: An Example in Some Philippine Rubiaceae"

It's free. Come one. Come all.
All these are sponsored by the following:

University Research Office, Biodiversity Research and Development Unit (BRDU), Social Science Research and Development Unit (SSRDU), and the College of Arts and Sciences - CMU

Thursday, February 4, 2010


cmu is now a 9-college + a graduate school academe. for those who have been away for quite some time, the univ now has a college of nursing and a college of commerce and accountancy. very recently, 19 takers of the nursing board all passed. 100% passing! kudos! similarly, 9 takers for the cpa also all passed. another 100%!
there had been many rewards and recognitions. these are just a few variables of cmu's growth. we are counting on the commitment of the alumni and cmu friends to help us realize some of the projects we are cooking up this year!

keep posted.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

We opened with a bang on Feb 1

it was a grand opening salvo! many had raved about it. so we are glad. it is just the start of many things we will all do to honor CMU and everyone who is part of its history. 100 years? wow, it seems forever but we can only say that the second chapter of CMU's history will just be written. and it should be our concerted effort.

so we say: good job CMU and keep on. go more distance. reach higher.