With the mandate to conduct relevant health researches, three faculty members of the ESSU college of nursing have presented completed faculty nursing and health researches for the first time in three different research conference since April of this year.
Dr. Flores B. Sta. Cruz, Prof. Maria Lynne C. Parambita, and Mr. Ray Dominic R. Ladera have completed three health researches funded by the university and two of these researches were presented in the 4th international research conference sponsored by the research and education development training institute (REDTI) at the Aklan State University, banga, aklan last April 23-25, 2014 with the theme “Sharing knowledge across boarders and beyond.”

In upholding the university’s banner of excellence, integrity, and accountability, the ESSU college of nursing had submitted for an initial visit of the accrediting agency of chartered colleges and universities in the Philippines (AACCUP) last February 26-28, 2014. The bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) program of the college were among the five remaining programs in the university with no AACCUP level of accreditation status together with bachelor of arts in communication (BAC), bachelor of science in fisheries (BSF), bachelor of science in environmental science (BSES), bachelor of science in accountancy (BSA), and bachelor of science in agriculture (BSA).

Department of Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla represented by Assistant Secretary Daniel A. Ariaso, Sr. and Dr. Edmundo A. Campoto signed a Memorandum of Agreement making ESSU one of the Affiliated Renewable Energy Centers (AREC) in the country.

The historic event took place at the President’s Conference Room, 4 June 2014 with the two Vice Presidents, Dr. Emilia L. Baquilod, VPAARE and Dr. Ernesto T. Anacta, VPA in attendance and external campus administrators, deans and directors witnessing the seminal event.

Typhoon Yolanda, not only claimed thousands of lives and properties, but also damaged the very source of the people’s livelihood in Leyte and Samar, which is farming and fishing. Damaged agricultural lands needed rehabilitation while the development and strategies to provide sufficient food in the shortest possible time and sustainable source of income over the medium and long term are necessary. With this in mind, ESSU Salcedo proposed to the Board of Regents for the approval of their project “Organic Fertilizer Production” which will be implemented among major typhoon-stricken areas of Leyte and Eastern Samar. Consequently, during the regular BOR meeting, the proposal was approved.


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