CAS Hold Its First Virtual Multidisciplinary Student Research Colloquium

Anchored on the theme “Bridging Knowledge Gap through Research Innovations”, the College of Arts and Sciences launched its first Virtual Multidisciplinary Student Research Colloquium last June 2, 2022 via Zoom. The event was participated by students and faculty members from the various programs of the college.

Dr. Fraulein Oclarit, Research Director of the Holy Trinity College, served as the keynote speaker of the event. In her keynote speech, she emphasized the important role that research plays in bridging the current knowledge gap and encouraged CAS students to further hone their reading skills, creativity and logical analysis as important aspects of doing research.

The virtual research colloquium was held with the main objective of providing CAS students with an avenue for a wider dissemination of their undergraduate research results and findings and underscoring the value of liberal arts and education research presentation skills of students by exposing them to an academic conference atmosphere.