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Feb
10

Alumni Update February 6 – 12, 2023

As we bid goodbye to Dr. Angel Chua Alcala, Outstanding Sillimanian Awardee, Philippine National Scientist, a pioneer of marine biodiversity and marine conservation in the Philippines, and a pillar of Silliman University, we share with you, eulogies from alumni and friends who have been touched by his love for Silliman.    Dr. Ma. Louella Dolar-Perrin […]

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Mar
31

SU stays green, lowers electricity cost with EDC’s Geo 24/7 power

Leading eco-friendly and Christian institution Silliman University (SU) has renewed its power supply contract with geothermal leader Energy Development Corporation (EDC) for another two years. The only university in Negros Island and one of the few in the country to be 100% powered by renewable energy (RE), SU is known for its strong environmental conservation […]

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Dec
10

Alumni Update December 6 – 12, 2021

Silliman Alumnus Dr. Jenny Lind D. Elmaco was recently recognized by the Global Women Inventors and Innovators Network: the Global Exemplary Award for Education – Double Gold and the Innovative Leadership Diamond Award, during the GLOBALWIIN Virtual Awards Ceremony last December 2, 2021. Elmaco, in her Facebook post, shares: “I am extremely humbled by receiving […]

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Jul
05

Students urged to ‘fight for their future’ amid climate crisis

“If you believe that your future is worth fighting for, then you should fight for it,” environmental scientist Dr. Jorge Emmanuel told students during his talk on climate change as part of the “GeoSkwela: Exhibit & Talks on Sustainable Living and Renewable Energy” organized by Silliman University (SU) and the Energy Development Corporation (EDC), June […]

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Feb
08

Mr. Denis G. Emperado

A friend to all who brings a smile and good vibes to all that I meet. I always remind myself of this quote: “Make your anger so expensive that no one can afford it and make your happiness so cheap that people can almost get it for free.”

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Jun
09

SU Students Show Results of Water Quality Tests in 2 Cities

Student researchers from the biology department of Silliman University presented their research in monitoring waste water treatment facilities in Dumaguete and Bayawan City, using new equipment and new techniques such as bio-filtration. The research presentation was made last June 1 at the American Resource Center at Silliman University. National Scientist Dr. Angel C. Alcala and […]

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Jun
02

Culture and Arts Council

OverviewAboutShowsFunctionsMembersTicketsLuce AuditoriumSponsorsOverview Event Schedule for the 61st Cultural Season Welcome to the 61st Cultural Season of Silliman University and Dumaguete City! The Culture and Arts Council begins another chapter in its storied history by showcasing the best in music, theatre, dance, film, the visual arts, literature, architecture, and many others for the new school year, [...]
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Mar
16

SU Faculty Represents PH for UN Sports Development and Peace Seminar in Japan

Asst. Prof. Manolito Saldivar of the Physical Education Department was selected to represent the Philippines to the Project Management Seminar on Sports Development and Peace (SDP) in Tokyo, Japan on March 4 to 8, 2017. The seminar is a collaboration between the United Nations Office on Sport for Development and Peace and the Japan Sports […]

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Feb
24

PH Salt Industry Reeling from Climate Change

Abnormal weather has decimated the Philippine salt industry, according to a study presented at a recent conference of the Philippine Population Association held at Silliman University. Regina Yoma of the University of San Carlos Cebu presented the results of her interviews with salt farmers in two important production areas– Paombong, Bulacan, and Noveleta, Cavite. The […]

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Sep
13

Greenpeace urges PH to quit coal

Coal-powered plants pose serious threats to public health and are the biggest sources of greenhouse gas emissions and therefore government should stop, prevent and correct its approval of the construction of 29 new coal-fired power plants and implementation of 39 new coal mine explorations.   This is the recommendation of Greenpeace Southeast Asia, the regional […]

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