Silliman University (SU) signed a memorandum of understanding March 6 with University of Rhode Island (URI), a U.S.-based flagship public research university and one of SU’s implementing partners in the USAid-funded “Fish Right” Program.
(L-R) Dr. David M. Dooley, URI president and Dr. Betty Cernol-McCann, SU president
(L-R) Jim Orpecio, deputy chief of party of the Fish Right Program; Dr. Dooley; Dr. McCann; and Dr. John “JP” Walsh, Oceanography professor and director of URI Coastal Resources Center.
(L-R) Asst. Prof. Emervencia Ligutom of the SU Social Work dept.; Asst. Prof. Nadia Abesamis of the SU Biology dept.; Dr. Hilconida Calumpong, SU Institute of Environmental and Marine Sciences director; Mr. Orpecio; Dr. Walsh; Dr. Dooley; Dr. McCann; Dr. Earl Jude Paul Cleope, vice president for academic affairs; Dr. Gloria Futalan, College of Business Administration dean; and Dr. Beulah Rose Torres of the Office of Instruction.