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"You showed that ASU graduates are flexible given the various competencies you have gained from your training. You certainly proved that CAFES is the BEST! Congratulations to your mentors," Dr. Arangote said in her message.
The OJT program in Israel is the legacy of Dr. Danilo E. Abayon having started all the paper works and Dr. Elsa I. Abayon who serves as the mother and Agrostudies Coordinator of the international OJT program.
Prof. Ma. Rema Lauron also serves as the adviser of the returning students.
By Jonell S. Gregorio I Information Officer, ASU-Banga
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Seven Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA) students of the College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) completed their On-the-Job Training (OJT) under the AgroStudies Program batch 2019-2020 in agricultural farms in Israel.
The following students are: Kelly Jay R. Derequito, Jan Kristian Dela Cruz, and James Michael R. Tiongson, BSA major in Animal Science who were assigned at Yinon Manor Farm; Joel A. Roselo Jr., also a BSA major in Animal Science who was assigned at Masu’dt Itzhak Farm; Limuel N. Rebogbog, BSA major in Crop Science who was assigned at Efrat Tlalim Farm; Raphael C. Villanueva, BSA major in Agricultural Extension and April Gay C. Isturis, BSA major in Crop Science who were both assigned at Champinion Mushroom Farm.
With the guidance of their OJT advisers, Dr. Elsa I. Abayon and Prof. Ma. Rema B. Lauron, the said students were deployed on September 2019.
The students made a courtesy call today, November 11, 2020 with ASU President, Dr. Emily M. Arangote following their arrival last October 2020. In the meeting, the students shared their experiences and learnings as well as the challenges they faced in the duration of the OJT.
This is the second batch of BSA students who conducted their OJT under the Agrostudies Program in Israel.
 
Three faculty members of Aklan State University-Main Campus in Banga, Aklan finished their doctorate degrees in their fields of specialization.
Dr. Michael T. Ibisate, ASU- Banga Campus Director congratulated the four faculty members.
"I congratulate my colleagues for answering the challenge for excellence. Indeed, we are all life-long learners. Soon, our students and our community will benefit from the expertise of our newly-minted PhD faculty.” he said.
 
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Seven Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (BSA) students of the College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) completed their On-the-Job Training (OJT) under the AgroStudies Program batch 2019-2020 in agricultural farms in Israel.
The following students are: Kelly Jay R. Derequito, Jan Kristian Dela Cruz, and James Michael R. Tiongson, BSA major in Animal Science who were assigned at Yinon Manor Farm; Joel A. Roselo Jr., also a BSA major in Animal Science who was assigned at Masu’dt Itzhak Farm; Limuel N. Rebogbog, BSA major in Crop Science who was assigned at Efrat Tlalim Farm; Raphael C. Villanueva, BSA major in Agricultural Extension and April Gay C. Isturis, BSA major in Crop Science who were both assigned at Champinion Mushroom Farm.
With the guidance of their OJT advisers, Dr. Elsa I. Abayon and Prof. Ma. Rema B. Lauron, the said students were deployed on September 2019.
The students made a courtesy call today, November 11, 2020 with ASU President, Dr. Emily M. Arangote following their arrival last October 2020. In the meeting, the students shared their experiences and learnings as well as the challenges they faced in the duration of the OJT.
This is the second batch of BSA students who conducted their OJT under the Agrostudies Program in Israel.
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A meeting between Cong. Carlito S. Marquez and ASU Campus Directors, Dr. Michael T. Ibisate and Mr. Arthur E. Jizmundo was held today, November, 9, 2020 to set up a Decentralized Learning Center (DLC) in the Eastern District of Aklan.
The DLC will be set up in Kalibo, Banga, Libacao, Madalag, New Washington, Balete, Altavas, and Batan.
The proposed DLC looks for a collaborative undertaking with the respective local government Units (LGUs) for a learning space where the DLC can be setup with internet connectivity and equipment.
A learning repository will be provided to students by the concerned LGUs where they can access all the required learning materials online through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the LGU and ASU.
“The DLC is intended to facilitate free internet and ready access to computer facilities so that students will no longer travel to the campuses of the University to retrieve their learning materials. This as we put their health and well being as our topmost priority”, ASU President Dr. Emily M. Arangote said in a letter to Cong. Marquez.

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