June - Riverside College

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June - Riverside College
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Center for Research
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R IV E R S ID E C O L L E G E
B A C O L O D C IT Y
A Newsletter of The Center for Research and Development
Riverside College, Bacolod City
Vol. 10 No.1
JUNE
2015
Grace, Love, Authenticity and Integrity
In preparation for the opening of the
new Academic Year 2015-2016, the faculty
of Riverside College were inspired by Fr.
Nitodel Soriano in a Recollection where he
shared with the group the Ten Secrets of
Pope Francis for living a holy life.
First secret is to follow God with your
whole life without compromise, without
hypocrisy; second, to get your sense of
security from God’s love and not on material
things; third, to always serve others with
gladness; fourth, to learn to suffer with
those who suffer, and rejoice with those
who rejoice; fifth, to bear suffering and
adversity without hatred; sixth,to respond
Critical Care Nursing
soon to open
in
Riverside College
After training in The Medical City in
Metro Manila, Clinical Instructors
Joemarie Dy and Dennis Escalona are now
ready to share their experience in ”Critical
Care Nursing.”
Given by the Critical Care Nurses
Association of the Philippines, Inc., the
training has equipped the two CIs in
preparation for the offering of a
Specialized Nursing Program this coming
July, 2015.
The program is one of the innovations
in the Graduate School program of
Riverside headed by its Dean, Dr. Arlyn P.
Hinolan.
Interested parties for Critical Care
Nursing may contact the Graduate School
Office at 705-0000 local 3635.
to evil with goodness and mercy; seventh, to
reconcile people and build peace; eight, to
have a joyous humble heart and do not
judge; ninth, to pray without ceasing; and
lastly, to follow the path of the beatitudes.
Ten very difficult secrets to keep and
more than that, it is also very difficult to
practice.
Teachers need to learn and live a life of
holiness as they face students everyday.
More than the delivery of instruction,
teachers are expected to live a life of grace
love, authenticity as well as integrity for they
carry with them the responsibility of being
looked up to by the students.
As teachers, living a life of holiness is not
an easy task. To plant seeds of kindness in
the hearts of every student entrusted to his
care and to be sensitive to their concerns is
only the beginning of a deeper calling to
serve.
As classes begin on June 15, students in
Riverside College are assured of what to
expect from the new Academic Year.
New lessons and experiences, fun and
exciting activities, challenging opportunities
and most of all, teachers who are gifted with
GRACE to exude,
LOVE to share,
AUTHENTICITY to impart and INTEGRITY to
exemplify to their students.
ARCS Summer Outing
The Association of Riverside College Staff went on a Summer Outing last May 9 at
Mambukal Mountain Resort.
ARCS is a group composed of the Non-Teaching Personnel of Riverside and headed by
Ms. Janet Villanueva.
Vol. 10
JUNE
No.1
2015
Summer is fun when shared...
Finding meaning to one’s summer vacation has been realized among the
Varsity Players and Coaches of Riverside when they had a Sports Clinic with
GK Smile Village in Murcia last May 14 and 15.
Under the initiative and supervision of RC Sports Coordinator Ms.
Analou Claridad, the children and youth of the said village were privileged to
learn the basics in playing Badminton, Volleyball and Taekwondo.
The varsity players felt the joy of imparting their God-given talents to
their brothers and sisters who definitely deserve to know how such games
are to be played and how to build each other up in times of competitions and
how friendships could be built among team players.
The Sports Clinic was materialized in coordination with the Community
Extension Office .
LIBRARY UPDATES
Ms. Jiji Berina and Ms. Analiza Licayan of the Library attended the
ALBASA 42nd Annual and General Assembly last May 19-21 in Cebu City.
ALBASA (Academic Libraries Book Acquisition Systems Association,
Inc.) had for this year as its theme: Ässessment and Development of
Librarians’ Professional Competencies Towards ASEAN Integration.”
Riverside College has been a member of ALBASA since 2008.
Mr. Ranel Cichon of the Library also had the privilege of attending the
CE-LOGIC 7th National Electronic Conference last May 27-29 in Quezon City
with the theme: “Creating a Legacy Towards Nation Building: Library and
Information Specialists Community Leaders in Today’s Information Society.”
As a result of the library staff’s attendance to professional development
activities, innovations are made in response to the growing needs of the RC
clientele. For this opening, the Riverside College library has added to its
services another Discussion Room that can accommodate 20 persons at a
time, a Silent Study Room with 30 individual study carrels and 10 personal
computers.
The IMC (Instructional Media Center) of the college has also acquired 4
additional units of LCD TV for the classrooms in the 5th Floor.
With all these preparations, AY 2015-2016 seems to be an exciting year
ahead not just for the students but for the faculty as well.
Riverside Varsity Players with the youth of GK Smile Village
New Assignments
for the New Academic Year
Change happens in any organization, and Riverside
College is no exception.
To welcome the new Academic Year, some
employees of the college have been given new
assignments while other vacated posts have been filled
in by newly hired personnel.
To take on new assignments are:
Nenelyn de la Fuente
Department Chair
Interdisciplinary Studies
Jonel A. Estacio
Campus Ministry Officer
Annabelle C. Solatorio
Subj Area Head
Math and Physical Sciences
Ma. Victoria G. Sajo
Director
Student Services
Analou Alegada
Guidance Counselor
To occupy vacant posts are:
Livia D. Barrieses
Admissions and Scholarships Officer
Cesar R. Raymundo Jr.
Department Chair
Entrepreneurship Program
Zilpha P. Rallos
Guidance Head
Ruffy L. Severino
Special Projects and Alumni Head
RC-Children’s Learning Center
June 15 : Parents’ Orientation
9AM : Pre-school
2PM : SPED
June 16 : Start of Classes
9AM : Pre-school
2PM : SPED