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PSU-SC Extension Services and Community

ALIGUAS: PSU-SAN CARLOS EXTENSION THRUST AND AGENDA

A- gricultural productivity
L- ivelihood Projects
I – nfomation Technology
G- reeen Environment
U- nified Intervention
A- ttainable Projects
S – upport to Education

Pangasinan State University- San Carlos Extension Services and Community Involvement (PSUSC-ExeCom), under the Office of Vice President for Research Extension and Innovation (OVPREI), takes the lead in implementing research-based community extension programs of the University. It also serves to coordinate, monitor, and evaluate the extension services rendered by the various institutes/programs in the partner communities of the University.

The Research, Extension and Innovation (REI) agenda are anchored on the major functions of the university and research thrusts articulated in the National Higher Education Research Agenda 2 (NHERA 2) 2009-2018 of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) which are central to technology development, economics business and marketing, computing, data banking and SMART analytics, health and food safety, nature, disaster and environment management, open and flexible education, lifelong learning and sociocultural diversity, organization, industry and community involvement, governance and policy, youth, gender, adult, and indigenous group empowerment.

Research, Extension and Innovation Framework

The Pangasinan State University, in consonance with the country’s plans and AmBisyon Natin 2040, gears up to strengthen its capability in Research, Extension Innovation, resulting in a new REI paradigm. the framework is premised on the University’s REI agenda to ensure that results are utilized for community development. 

 

Research, Extension and Innovation are three entities interlinked within the boundaries of PSU’s mandate. They have distinct domains and responsibilities but share common goals that represent the continuum between and among them. Both ends of the arrows symbolize two-way communication between and among REI entities where the responsibilities are centered on  stakeholders. The stakeholders are encouraged to participate in decision- making particularly on matters that mostly affect them. REI services are expected to work toward this end. 

Extension Services Unit

Karen Bernadette H. Maniego

Extension Services Unit, Coordinator

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