September 14, 2022

University of Baguio Concludes Another Tree Planting Activity

UB, through its RDC office, holds another successful tree planting activity.
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The University of Baguio is no stranger to environmental awareness, conservation, and sustainable development. It has always strived to ensure that it does its share in helping conserve and protect mother nature.

The University of Baguio, under the leadership of its President Engr. Javier Herminio D. Bautista, continues to be an advocate and supportive partner of the environment. On September 10, 2022, RDC&ECOS Director Dr. Isagani A. Paddit headed an Environmental Outreach Activity at BWD Busol Watershed as part of its Extension and Community Outreach Services (ECOS) together with the 1401 Community Defense Center, 14 RCDG ARESCOM Philippine Army Company Commander 1 st Lt. Alexander Tumapang.
There were more than 300 seedlings planted by the more than 60 employees of UB and 24 soldiers from the Philippine Army.

The outreach activity centered on the environment is just part of the many eco-related activities of UB which is conducted on a regular basis to sustain environmental awareness and allow participation of its stakeholders in the preservation of the local water sources for the benefit of the communities.

Also present during the activity were the Vice President for Academic Affairs of UB, Dr. Janice Kaylyn Lonogan and Mr. Francis Paatan, a forester of BWD who gave a short talk and demonstration of the tree planting activities.

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UB Bikers Event: Promoting Wellness and Making a Difference

The University of Baguio (UB) recently held the UB Bikers event, a fundraising activity aimed at supporting various causes while promoting a healthy lifestyle. With the participation of bikers from different organizations, including esteemed guest Baguio City Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong, the event showcased the community’s commitment to making a difference. Children, teenagers, and alumni of UB, along with faculty and students, came together to contribute their efforts and create a positive impact. The event not only raised funds for charitable organizations but also emphasized the importance of physical and mental well-being.

STELA & SBAA Join Forces in Promoting the Welfare of Visually Impaired Individuals

Visually impaired members of the V.I.P.P.D. attended a lecture-consultation by STELA and SBAA. The goal was to assist them in managing their finances and business sustainably. Dr. Candido Perez discussed entrepreneurship, while Mr. John V. Balanquit talked about personal finance. Attendees had the chance to ask about maintaining a business, effective product marketing, and finding reliable suppliers.