Announcements

  • National Workshop on Service-Learning Set April 24-25

    Apr 5      

    Silliman University, through its Institute of Service-Learning (ISL), is spearheading a national workshop on "Planning and Managing Reflection Sessions in Service-Learning" on April 24 to 25.  To be held at the Sillman Hall, the workshop gathers 50 professors and community workers from around the ...

  • Silliman National Writers Workshop Invites Volunteers

    Apr 5      

    Now on its 53rd year, the Silliman University National Writers Workshop (SU-NWW) is now accepting volunteers to be part of the working committee for May 2014. This is for anyone, residing in Dumaguete City or in nearby towns, who desires to immerse themselves everything literary, in the company of ...

  • Divinity School Hosts Partners from Canada

    Apr 5      

    Two officers of the United Church of Canada (UCC) will be in Silliman on April 7 to 14 to explore opportunities of strengthening the partnership between UCC and Silliman on Mutual Recognition of Ministries.  UCC's Dr. Bruce Gregersen, Senior Advisor for Theology and Faith, and Rev. Alan Hall, who ...

  • 'Be of Service to Others', Dr. Malayang Tells Graduates

    Mar 30      

    Silliman President Dr. Ben S. Malayang III addressed the graduates during the 101st Commencement Exercises on March 31, and urged them to see their diplomas beyond themselves. The speech of Dr. Malayang came after his announcement of the inability of the graduation speaker, Mr. Raymundo Cipriano ...

  • Silliman Shuts Down Power for 'Earth Hour'

    Mar 30      

    For an hour, electricity on the entire 62-hectare campus is down on March 29 – and it is on purpose. Silliman joins the world in celebrating Earth Hour, a global campaign advocating use renewable energy, green technology and a solid commitment to environmental conservation. The entire campus ...

  • VPs Explore Tie-Ups in US; President Speaks in San Diego

    Mar 30      

    Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Betsy Joy B. Tan and Vice President for Development Prof. Jane Annette L. Belarmino are in the United States to meet with officials of some 15 top US universities.  Their meetings seek to enter into formal agreements with more US universities in the areas ...

  • History Prof Off to Limasawa for 1st Mass Commemoration

    Mar 30      

    College of Education Dean and history professor Dr. Earl Jude Paul Cleope was appointed representative of the Committee on Historical Research of the National Commission for Culture in the Taoid Festival in Limasawa Island. The Taoid Festival commemorates the first Catholic mass in the Philippines ...

  • Accountancy Junior Accepted into AmCham Business Program

    Mar 30      

    Junior Accountancy major, Evince Earl C. Columnas, has been selected as one of the delegates to the Business Orientation Program (BOP) of the American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines Inc. (AmCham) this year. Columnas is one of only 30 business students in the country chosen to participate ...

  • Divinity School Opens 4 New Courses in June

    Mar 30      

    Four new programs will be offered by the Divinity School starting next school year: Bachelor of Liturgy and Church Music, Certificate in Church Music, Certificate in Liturgy, and Associate in Liturgy and Church Music. The Bachelor of Liturgy and Church Music is a five-year program that provides ...

  • ASEAN Eco-Debates Slated April 7-12

    Mar 30      

    Silliman University will host the Great ASEAN Eco-Debates on April 7 to 12, gathering on campus around 50 college debaters from six  Asian countries. The debate is a product of the proposal of an alumnus, William Robert Yasi, which won a USD25,000 grant through the Alumni Engagement Innovation ...

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