TAU hosts 3rd DPGAA Biennial Convention
As means of recovery to foster innovation, the Tarlac Agricultural University, in partnership with the DOST-PCAARRD Graduate Alumni Association Inc. (DPGAA), hosted the 3rd Biennial Convention on November 3-4, 2021 via Zoom.
Cognizant of the research trends in the global milieu, TAU led the launching of the virtual convention by providing more innovative research-based technologies that may mitigate the impact of the crisis. This convention provided venues for the science and technology experts and academicians whose research interests dwell on fields of science and technology particularly on improving the production of crops, livestock, aquatic, and natural resources.
TAU joins in CHEDRO3’s simultaneous vaccination drive
To propel the immunization of the Tarlaqueños against COVID-19, the Tarlac Agricultural University has partaken in the CHED’s Regional Simultaneous Vaccination Program for Tertiary Students (RSVP-TS) last 19 November 2021 at the TAU Multipurpose Hall.
371 students received COVID-19 vaccine. 23 of them are students from other Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the region.
Israeli Ambassador visits TAU; vows for more funding, collaboration in agro-industrial initiatives
As part of the Israeli government’s push for continuous and stronger support for Philippine’s agricultural sector, His Excellency, Ambassador Ilan Fluss, visited several laboratories and centers in Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU) on 15 November.
The day officially commenced with a courtesy call at the Office of the TAU President, Dr. Max. P. Guillermo. Dr. Guillermo was joined by Mayor Erlon C. Agustin of the Municipality of Camiling in welcoming the ambassador and the rest of the Israeli delegation which includes Mr. Nir Balzam, Deputy Chief of Mission, and Ms. Gladys Baniqued-Turiano, MASHAV officer.
Banking on Strategic Cooperation between Philippines and Myanmar TAU inks MOU with KTU
Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU) and Kyaing Tong University (KTU) in Myanmar formalized their partnership in a Ceremonial Signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 16 November via Zoom. TAU was represented by its President, Dr. Max P. Guillermo, and Dr. Christine N. Ferrer, Director of the Office of External Linkages and International Affairs (ELIA). Their counterparts from KTU, Dr. San San Mar, Rector, and Dr. Shwe Wah, Pro-Rector, were also present.
The five-year joint venture shall cover streamlining student and faculty exchange programs and conducting research seminars, conferences, and publications until 2026.