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Author: Mark Marlon De vera

Campus QMT checks out quality management performance for External audit

CAMPUS QUALITY MANAGEMENT TEAM (QMT) headed by Dr. Lorna G. Urbiztondo presented to some campus process owners the non-conformities, opportunities for improvements, conformities and good points on March 25 (Thursday) in preparation to the upcoming External ISO Audit. The campus revisited its quality management performance from the Internal Quality Audit conducted last November 3-4 to…
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P’sinan Vice Gov donates 150 learning gadgets to PSU-LC

TO A PERSON who sees at hand the struggles of Pangasinan State University students in attending online classes, it is a realization to give free learning gadgets to aid them in their virtual learning. This became a reality for Pangasinan Vice Governor Mark Ronald DG. Lambino who is also a part-time faculty of Public Administration…
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VP Leni challenges PSUians: Create more spaces for women

“DO WHAT CAN BE DONE, here and now. Be brave in speaking up and standing up for others. Create more spaces for other women with voices firm and hearts open,” Vice President Leni Robredo said. As Pangasinan State University Lingayen Campus (PSU-LC) commemorates National Women’s Month, VP Leni on a webinar entitled “Claiming Women Spaces…
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LC outlines risk mgt plan as university fast-tracks cultivation of risk awareness

TO CULTIVATE CULTURE of a sustained level of risk awareness, the Pangasinan State University Lingayen Campus underwent Orientation-Workshop on Risk Management (RM) on March 19 (Friday) to formulate risk management plan in preparation to the potential threats that would possibly hamper the campus processes. Citing the requirements of ISO 9001:2015 standards, it is a need…
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Students Fest to push through amidst pandemic, brings exciting virtual activities

WITH COVID-19 making it near-impossible to bring social gatherings in the university premise, the Supreme Student Council of Lingayen Campus is undeterred to bring back the Students’ Festival with more exciting virtual activities as the new normal. The council announced last March 9 (Tuesday) the comeback of the fest which is considered as one of…
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