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