Friday, November 1, 2013

After a long hiatus...

Good day everyone! It is funny that we finally found time to reactivate this blog on the "All Souls' Day". Perhaps, it is meant to be because this update site is indeed meant for everyone. Several things had happened since the last post. Dr. Joy M. Jamago is back at the LTLO as Head on the first week of December 2012 after Dr. Angele Grace T. Bruno decided to spend more time with her research and extension work. Ms. Lussel U. Castillon has joined the Office of Student Affairs (OSA) and in her stead is Ms. Janniefe P. Balacase who used to work at the CMU-Agricultural Experiment Station. So, we are on operation and we hope to keep this blog updated regularly. For any queries or other concerns, please email us at or send an SMS (0915-727-2985). Cheers all! By the way, enrollment for the second semester of SY 2013-2014 continues on November 4 and 5 only. Classes commence on November 6. [LTLO]

Friday, April 29, 2011

Dr. Angela Grace Toledo-Bruno is new LTLO Director

On February 11, 2011, Dr. Angela Grace Toledo-Bruno of the College of Forestry succeeded Dr. Joy M. Jamago as Director of the Linkages and Technology Licensing Office (LTLO). She is very capable and the university looks forward to stronger partnerships and linkages with private and public sectors under her management.

Congratulations and more power!

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

LTLO celebrates its 1st year anniv today!

On January 5, 2010, I was appointed by Dr. Rodrigo L. Malunhao (then OIC) as the first director of the newest office created in the university, the Linkages and Technology Licensing Office.

I believe it was Dr. Anthony M. Penaso (then VP for Research and Extension, now VP for Academic Affairs) and Dr. Maria Luisa R. Soliven (then VP for Academic Affairs, now CMU President) who lobbied for the creation of this office.

Hence, I considered January 5, 2010 as the official establishment of the LTLO. So, today, we celebrate our first year anniversary! Cheers! We started from scratch but slowly we have made the office functional and made some modest accomplishments.

Today, we invited some of our university friends and colleagues to share with us some cake and soda, and a bit of other things. Thanks to everyone who came. We really appreciated your presence.

We thank the administration for the support and the FMO for patiently considering our small requests. To everyone who had been a voice of encouragement, Lussel and I sincerely extend our gratitude.

Thank you.

Joy Membreve Jamago, PhD
Director, LTLO

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Turn-over Ceremony

On December 30, 2010 at the Farmers' Training Center of Central Mindanao University, Dr. Victor M. Barroso (OIC) will formally turn over the responsibilities and the university leadership to Dr. Maria Luisa R. Soliven, as the next president of the university.

Below is the program:

Part I - Ecumenical Mass (8:30 am)

Part II - Turn-over Ceremony (10:00 am)

Invocation (multimedia)
National Anthem (multimedia)
Opening Remarks-Dr. Anthony M. Penaso (VP for Research& Extension)
Turning-over of University Leadership - Dr. Victor M. Barroso (OIC)
Acceptance Speech- Dr. Maria Luisa R. Soliven (Incoming University President)
Awarding of Plague of Appreciation to Dr. Victor M. Barroso by the CMU Regents
Message - Hon. Alica P. Resus, Municipal Mayor, Maramag
Closing Remarks - Dr. Lordino G. Cabigon (VP for Administration)
Community Singing (CMU Hymn) - Dr. Lourdes B. Bago (conducting)

Master of Ceremony: Dr. Joy M. Jamago

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

CMU has a new PRESIDENT!

Dr. Maria Luisa Rupac Soliven of Laur, Nueva Ecija yesterday was elected by the CMU Board of Regents as the 8th President of the university. She also holds the distinction of being the First Lady President. Currently she is the Vice-President for Academic Affairs. Previously, she was then Dean of the College of Agriculture and was also the First Lady Dean of the College of Agriculture.

The CMU community prayed for God's anointed. Congratulations Ma'am Malou. We are behind you. Continue to have a servant's heart. We pray that God keeps you safe from all harm and evil. May He give you wisdom, more than what He gave Solomon. May God be your closest advisor. Cheers!