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activities - Philippine Rice Research Institute
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY
EllIptical ROAD, DILIMAN 1100 QUEZON CITY,
PHILIPPINES
MESSAGE
Maligayang bati sa inyong lahat sa ika-30 taong anibersaryo ng
PhilRice!
Hindi matatawaran ang mga nagawa ng PhilRice upang patuloy
na mapaunlad ang industriya ng bigas sa ating bansa. Sa
pamamagitan ng masusing pananaliksik at pagbabahagi ng mga
makabagong teknolohiya at kaalaman, patuloy na tumataas ang
kalidad ng ani at kita ng ating mga magsasaka.
Ang inyong tuluy-tuloy na pagpapalahi ng mga rice varieties,
pagbuo ng mga makinarya at iba pang angkop na teknolohiya
ay mahalagang bahagi ng ating paghahanda at serbisyo sa mga
magsasaka. Akmang-akma ito sa ating pagharap sa mga hamon
ng pagbabago ng klima at sa buong kaganapan ng ASEAN
economic integration.
Mahalaga na ang ating mga magsasaka ay magkaroon ng kakayahang makipag-kumpetensya
sa mga bansang bahagi ng ASEAN at maging sa ibang bansa sa kalakalan ng mataas na kalidad
ng bigas sa tamang halaga.
Napakalaking bagay ang inyung kontribusyon sa ating narating na mula sa pagiging world’s
number 1 rice importer patungo sa pagkilala ng USDA noong taong 2014 bilang nangunguna
sa pagpapadami ng bigas sa buong mundo, at taon-taong record high ang harvest ng ating
magsasaka.
Nawa’y magsilbing inspirasyon sa inyong lahat ang nakaraang 30 taon at mas malayo pa ang
inyong marating sa pagtuklas ng mga mabisa at mahusay na pamamaraan at teknolohiya para
sa mga magsasakang Pilipino. Hinihikayat ko kayo na higit na pagsisikap pa ang ating gawin
upang matamasa natin ang gantimpalang siksik, liglig at umaapaw.
Sa ngalan ng PhilRice Board of Trustees, ako’y nagpupugay at nagpapasalamat sa inyong
pakikiisa sa mga programa ng Kagawaran ng Pagsasaka. Kami ay patuloy na sumusuporta sa
inyo para sa tagumpay ng PhilRice.
Mabuhay!
PROCESO J. ALCALA
Secretary
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I am delighted to extend my sincere congratulations to the Philippine Rice Research
Institute (PhilRice) on the joyous occasion of its 30th Anniversary.
The Provincial Government of Nueva Ecija values your outstanding work in national
agricultural research, development, and extension which positively complements our
continuing efforts to boost agricultural productivity towards the attainment of food
security and rural development in the Province of Nueva Ecija.
Over the years, we have seen our dynamic and fruitful collaboration in promoting the
application of agricultural technologies yield to improved farm practices throughout the
province. Looking forward, we expect and hope for many more practical, efficient, and
useful scientific innovations from PhilRice that will continue to be at the nucleus of our
efforts to build the resiliency of our farming systems and to fortify our province’s position
as the Rice Granary of the Philippines.
On behalf of the provincial government and the people of Nueva Ecija, I take this
opportunity to commend you for outstanding service and to pledge our support for
continued collaboration and engagement in raising impact of agricultural R&D for the
benefit of our farmers.
I wish you fortitude and more blessing to come.
Mabuhay ang PhilRice! Mabuhay ang Lalawigan ng Nueva Ecija!
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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
LUNGSOD AGHAM NG MUÑOZ
LALAWIGAN NG NUEVA ECIJA
MESSAGE
My warmest greetings and congratulations to the Philippine
Rice Research Institute in celebration of your 30th
Anniversary on November 5-6, 2015!
PhilRice is among the major pillars of the Science City
of Muñoz. Its prominence is not out of nothing. It is the
leader in rice R&D in the whole country.
Muñoz is privileged to host PhilRice. Along the national
highway, one cannot not notice the proliferation of rice
seed centers, making the Science City a major rice seeds
hub in the Philippines. This certainly creates a domino
effect in terms of livelihood creation from people manning
the ricefields, sales agents, to the many of input dealers
in the City. Our rice seeds reach the ricefields in far-flung
provinces in Southern Luzon, the Visayas, and Mindanao. PhilRice, we know, has something
to do with it.
We thank PhilRice as it has significantly contributed to increasing diversity in the Science
City of Muñoz. The City, through PhilRice, has welcomed hundreds of highly schooled
researchers from all over the country and many parts of the world. We are also aware of the
excellent work PhilRice is doing in collaborating with knowledge and learning institutions
abroad, contributing to enriching the culture of science in Muñoz.
We are ready for the years ahead—with PhilRice. The people of the Science City of Muñoz,
particularly our farmers, anticipate the exciting things to come—new high-yielding varieties,
state-of-the-art rice farming technologies, and long-lasting friendship with the present and
future leaders and personnel of PhilRice.
NESTOR L. ALVAREZ
Mayor
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Philippine rice research institute
MALIGAYA, SCIENCE CITY OF MUÑOZ, 3119
NUEVA ECIJA
MESSAGE
I would like to congratulate PhilRice on its 30th anniversary
and am deeply honored to be given the opportunity to lead
the country’s finest rice R&D institute.
For the past three decades, PhilRice has taken on the
important role of providing a strong and innovative science
and technology-based approach in helping increase the
productivity and profitability of our country’s rice farmers.
Not a simple task by any means. And not something we can
accomplish without working together with both government
and private entities.
Through the years, PhilRice has been renowned for
developing yield-enhancing and cost-reducing technologies.
It has collected various awards and citations for its
achievements both locally and internationally. It has conducted numerous activities to
promote rice technologies and information. Its publications, campaigns, and other
contributions to rice science given due recognition. But let us not forget what made all
these possible; the hard work and dedication of the men and women who made this
institute what it is today. This milestone, this celebration, was made possible by all of you.
The foundation of this institute is not made of steel and stone. It was made by the efforts
of all the men and women within this institute who tirelessly and unselfishly dedicated their
lives to help our rice farmers.
Despite all these remarkable accomplishments, we must remain vigilant amid the constant
challenge of providing rice to millions of Filipinos and the betterment of the quality of life
of our rice farmers. Let us not rest on our proverbial laurels but continue to strive to outdo
ourselves to help our clients and stakeholders and continue to invest in groundbreaking
R&D, new rice-based technologies and most importantly, invest in our staff.
Once more, I wish to congratulate everyone at PhilRice on our 30th anniversary. Let us
continue to make headway towards making a reality of the vision of abundant food on the
plate of every Filipino family.
CALIXTO M. PROTACIO
PhilRice Executive Director
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GENERAL SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
24 AUGUST 2015 – MAY 2016
Sports Festival (CES campus)
27 OCTOBER 2015
8:00AM – 12:00NN
Medical Mission (Farmers Reception Hall)
4 NOVEMBER 2015
6:00 – 8:00AM
3:00 – 5:00PM
4:00 – 8:00PM
Fun Run (PhilRice Compound)
Exhibition/All-Star Games (Basketball Court)
Wellness Day (Oryzspa)
5 NOVEMBER 2015
8:00 – 11:00AM
Thanksgiving Mass and Moral Enrichment (Social Hall)
2:00 – 4:00PM
SRO Seminar Series on Research Management and
Institution-Building (Social Hall)
6 NOVEMBER 2015
8:00AM – 11:00AM
Dangal ng PhilRice Awarding Ceremonies (Farmers
Reception Hall)
11:00AM – 12:00NN
Ingress (Food booths) (Farmers Reception Hall)
12:00NN – 2:00PM
Alumni Homecoming Luncheon (Social Hall)
1:30 – 5:00PM
Employees’ Day (Food Fair; Farmers Reception Hall)
Mr. and Ms. Sportsfest
Parlor Games
6:00 – 9:00PM
PhilRice Pa More! Contest (Farmers Reception Hall)
4 DECEMBER 2015
3:00PM onwards
Tower Lighting/ Food Fair (Main Building Grounds)
17 DECEMBER 2015
8:00AM
Division Christmas Parties (TBA)
9:00AM
Children’s Christmas Party (Social Hall)
2:00PM
Institute Christmas Party (Farmers Reception Hall or Seed
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Moral Enrichment
Speaker’s Profile
DR. EDNA M. BALURAN
Academic Dean
Heart for the World School of Pastors
Mandaluyong City
Dr. Baluran is an educator, and a woman of faith. She
radiates dedication and passion in teaching, discipling, and
equipping church leaders and workers.
She graduated Magna Cum Laude in Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the
Philippine Christian University. She obtained her Master’s in Christian Education at
Asian Theological Seminary and her doctorate degree in Biblical Counseling from the
International School of Divinity at Evansville, Indiana, USA.
Currently, she is the Academic Dean of the Heart for the World School of Pastors; she
also serves as the Director of Tehillah Worship Institute in Mandaluyong City and Board of
Trustees Treasurer at Jesus Loves You Ministries International.
Among her special trainings are the following: Scriptwriting for Television and Film at
Communication for Asia; Strategic Planning and Control at MBA Stewardship Christian
Management; Inner Healing and Social Transformation at Asian Theological Lay Institute;
Teachers’ Training at World Technology International; and How to Manage a Preschool at
Technology and Livelihood Resource Center.
Dr. Baluran is often invited as speaker, both national and international, for topics on
leadership, teambuilding, equipping equippers, curriculum design, inner healing and
transformation, and levels of relationship.
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PhilRice as a Family
Thanksgiving Mass and Moral Enrichment
5 November 2015, 8:00 – 11:00AM
Social Hall
THANKSGIVING MASS
Mass Presider
Rev. Fr. Jommy A. Burgos, MSC
Director, San Sebastian School
MORAL ENRICHMENT
Prayer of Thanksgiving
Dr. Eduardo Jimmy P. Quilang
Acting Deputy Executive Director for Development, PhilRice
Thanksgiving Message
Dr. Calixto M. Protacio
Executive Director, PhilRice
Introduction of the Speaker
Dr. Flordeliza H. Bordey
Chief Science Research Specialist, PhilRice
Message of Encouragement
Dr. Edna M. Baluran
Academic Dean, Heart for the World School of Pastors
Closing Prayer
Dr. Manuel Jose C. Regalado
Acting Deputy Executive Director for Research, PhilRice
Master of Ceremonies
Ms. Fe N. Lumawag
Supervising Administrative Officer, PhilRice
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SRO Seminar Series on Research Management and Institution-Building
Speaker’s Profile
DR. EDGARDO D. GOMEZ
Professor Emeritus (Marine Biology)
Marine Science Institute
University of the Philippines Diliman
Dr. Gomez is a Filipino biologist who was conferred the rank of National Scientist in 2014
for his research and conservation efforts in invertebrate biology and ecology.
He obtained his bachelor’s degree in education, major in English and Social Science
(summa cum laude) from De La Salle University, his master’s degree in Biology as a
Fulbright Travel Grantee from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, and doctorate degree in
Marine Biology from University of California in San Diego.
Dr. Gomez broke new grounds in the 1970s upon the inception of the Marine Sciences
Center of UP Diliman with him as the founding director. With assets amounting to no
more than two sheets of paper, he developed it into what is known today as the UPMarine Science Institute (UP-MSI) by recruiting staff that embodied the same virtues
that he deemed important—honesty, openness, and collegiality. Furthermore, his
optimism, determination, and self-confidence were crucial in overcoming the usual
hurdles that accompany the task of institution-building. After two decades of hard work,
UP-MSI was recognized as the National Center of Excellence in the Marine Sciences and
subsequently as the first and only Center of Excellence (COE) in Marine Science under
the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) COE scheme of promoting and rewarding
scientific excellence.
By 1998, the institute had produced 20 ISI-indexed publications yearly, averaging 1.2 per
senior staff. One of the institute’s strengths was its ability to draw research funding from
national and international sources. Dr. Gomez’s vision, patience, and dedication helped
put the Philippines on the center stage of marine science research.
He has received numerous awards, both before and after becoming a member of the
National Academy of Science and Technology, among them the UNEP Global 500 Roll
of Honor, the Presidential Lingkod Bayan Award, and the UP Concepcion Dadulfalza
Award for Distinguished Achievement. These awards are testimonials to his outstanding
leadership in the MSI and the Filipino scientific community.
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SRO Seminar Series on Research Management and
Institution-Building
5 November 2015, 2:00 – 4:00PM
Social Hall
INVOCATION
Dr. Eduardo Jimmy P. Quilang
Acting Deputy Executive Director for Development, PhilRice
NATIONAL ANTHEM
PalayMusika
WELCOME REMARKS
Dr. Manuel Jose C. Regalado
Acting Deputy Executive Director for Research, PhilRice
INTRODUCTION OF RESOURCE SPEAKER
Dr. Calixto M. Protacio
Executive Director, PhilRice
SEMINAR PROPER
Dr. Edgardo D. Gomez
Professor Emeritus
Marine Science Institute
University of the Philippines Diliman
OPEN FORUM
AWARDING OF PLAQUE OF RECOGNITION
Dr. Santiago R. Obien
Dr. Calixto M. Protacio
RESPONSE FROM THE HONOREE
Dr. Santiago R. Obien
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Ms. Lea D. Abaoag
Supervising Science Research Specialist, PhilRice
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Dangal ng PhilRice Awarding Ceremonies
Speaker’s Profile
LENI ROBREDO
Representative, Third District of Camarines Sur
Human rights lawyer, Maria Leonor Gerona-Robredo, emerged in
the public eye with the loss of her husband, former Naga Mayor and
Department of Interior and Local Government Secretary Jesse Robredo in
2012.
She was at the time already a veteran public attorney at the Public
Attorney’s Office, working with civil society organizations and defended
cases of the poor, which she worked mostly pro bono.
Leni Robredo became the representative of the Third District of Camarines Sur in 2013 after she was
persuaded to consider the political life, with a continuing commitment to her three daughters to
remain the caring mother she set out to be at the start of her married life.
Her record in Congress demonstrates a consistent focus on empowerment, across a wide range
of concerns, from systematizing citizens’ organizing to delivery of basic services to the poor and
addressing structural inequality.
Some of the bills she filed in the House of Representatives are: National Food Security Bill of
2015, Anti-discrimination Bill of 2013, People’s Participation in Budget Deliberation Bill, People
Empowerment Bill of 2014, Full Disclosure Bill, and the Freedom of Information Bill.
She also serves as Senior Vice Chair of the Committee on Revision of Laws and Vice Chair of the
Committee on Good Government and Public Accountability. She is an active member of the
Appropriations, Human Rights, Local Government, People’s Participation, Public Information, Rural
Development, Suffrage and Electoral Reforms, Welfare of Children, Women and Gender Equality, Bicol
Recovery and Economic Development, and Land Use committees.
Leni Robredo graduated from the University of the Philippines School of Economics in 1986, before she
took up her degree in Law from the University of Nueva Caceres in 1990.
During her term as coordinator of Sentro ng Alternatibong Lingap Panligal (SALIGAN) in Naga City
in 2007, the office was awarded the Kabalikat ng Bayan Award for its exemplary efforts to achieve
sustained growth and development through paralegal education and networking. The Volunteer
Against Crime and Corruption, a non-government organization working to eradicate crime and
corruption in the country, recognized her as the Most Outstanding Private Prosecutor in 2009.
Leni Robredo remains one and the same person in her various dimensions as public servant, advocate,
public defender, and mother. She is a nation-builder concentrating on the fundamentals: the
grassroots, women and children, and the poor.
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Dangal ng PhilRice Awarding Ceremonies
6 November 2015, 8:00 – 11:00AM
Farmers Reception Hall
Doxology and National Anthem
CLSU Maestro Singers
Opening Remarks Dr. Manuel Jose C. Regalado
2015 Most Outstanding Agricultural Engineer
(Maramba Awardee)
Anniversary Message
Hon. Proceso J. Alcala
Secretary of Agriculture and
Chair, PhilRice Board of Trustees
Introduction of the Dr. Calixto M. Protacio
Guest SpeakerExecutive Director
Inspirational Message Rep. Maria Leonor G. Robredo
Third District of Camarines Sur
Awarding of Plaques
Mr. Joy Bartolome A. Duldulao
Chairperson, PhilPRAISE
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Outstanding Employees
•
Regional and National Awards and Recognition
•
Scientific Productivity Awardees
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Scholastic Awardees
•
Loyalty Awardees
On behalf of the awardees
Dr. Marissa V. Romero
2015 Outstanding Senior R&D Researcher
Closing NUMBER
CLSU Maestro Singers
Master of Ceremonies
Dr. Karen Eloisa T. Barroga
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2015
. . . . . . .DANGAL
. . . . . . . . . NG
. . . .PHILRICE
. . . . . . . . . . AWARDEES
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SERVICE
CONTRACTORS AWARDS
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Outstanding Researcher
Leonilo V. Gramaje
Amelia V. Morales (Special Citation)
Outstanding Development Worker
Bethzaida M. Catudan
Maritha C. Manubay (Special Citation)
Outstanding General Administrative Support Staffer
Arlene S. Baldovino
Outstanding Field/Laboratory Worker
Benjamin R. Milla Jr.
Jerry S. Estalilla (Special Citation)
Outstanding Skilled Worker
Dennis G. Cargamento
William L. Cayona (Special Citation)
Outstanding Utility Worker
Leonora S. Quemquem
Erwin E. Fulgencio (Special Citation)
INDIVIDUAL
. . . . . . . . . .AWARDS
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Outstanding Official
Riza G. Abilgos-Ramos
Outstanding Senior R&D Researcher
Marissa V. Romero
Lea dR. Abaoag (Special Citation)
Norvie L. Manigbas (Special Citation)
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Outstanding Administrative Middle Manager
Irine M. Conejero
Outstanding Junior Researcher
Henry F. Mamucod
Rodel M. Bulatao (Special Citation)
Outstanding Junior Development Worker
Ronell B. Malasa (Special Citation)
Outstanding General Administrative Support Staffer
Mildred L. Penera
GROUP
. . . . . . AWARDS
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Best Team (to be announced during the Awarding Ceremonies)
Upland Rice Development Program Team
JICA TCP5 Team – Rice-Based Farming Technology Extension Project for ARMM
Rainfed Lowland/Adverse Environment Breeding Team
Best Office (to be announced during the Awarding Ceremonies)
Rice Chemistry and Food Science Division
Socioeconomics Division
Information Systems Division
Integrated Standards and Systems Office
Agronomy, Soils, and Plant Physiology Division
Plant Breeding and Biotechnology Division
peer
. . . . .recognition
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Manuel Jose C. Regalado
2014 Gawad Saka National Finalist for Outstanding Agricultural Scientist. DA-Bureau of
Agricultural Research. October 24, 2014. Diliman, Quezon City
National Year of Rice 2013
Best Agricultural Information and Media Campaign of the Year. Philippine Agricultural
Journalists Inc. (PAJ-SMC) Binhi Awards. December 2, 2014. Manila
Bagong Sigla sa Agrikultura DA-Philippine Rice Research Institute Best Agricultural Radio Program. Philippine Agricultural Journalists Inc. (PAJ-SMC) Binhi
Awards. December 2, 2014. Manila
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Eden D. Gagelonia
Outstanding Agricultural Engineer (Postharvest Technology & Agricultural Processing).
Philippine Society of Agricultural Engineers (PSAE). April 23, 2015. General Santos City
Ricardo F. Orge Outstanding Agricultural Engineer (Environmental and Waste Management) of PSAE.
Philippine Society of Engineers (PSAE). April 23, 2015. General Santos City
Manuel Jose C. Regalado
Most Outstanding Agricultural Engineer (Maramba Award). Philippine Society of
Agricultural Engineers (PSAE). April 23, 2015. General Santos City
Caesar Joventino M. Tado
Service Award PSAE Immediate Past President 2013-2015. Philippine Society of
Agricultural Engineers (PSAE). April 23, 2015. General Santos City
Dindo King M. Donayre
Marcos R. Vega Memorial Award in Weed Science. Weed Science Society of the
Philippines. May 8, 2015. Davao City
Norvie L. Manigbas
2015 CSSP Achievement Award in Research by FCSSP. Crop Science Society of the
Philippines (CSSP). May 14, 2015. Clark, Pampanga
Riza G. Abilgos-Ramos
Winner of the 2015 IFP Alumni Awards. Ford Foundation International Fellowships
Program. Institute of International Education (IIE). September 1, 2015 to August 31, 2016
Victoria C. Lapitan
Most Outstanding Principal Investigator. Asian Food & Agriculture Cooperation Initiative
(AFACI) and Rural Development Administration (RDA). September 16, 2015. Colombo,
Sri Lanka
Ricardo F. Orge
2015 Gawad Saka National Finalist for Outstanding Agricultural Scientist. DA-Bureau of
Agricultural Research. October 15, 2015. Diliman, Quezon City
Roel R. Suralta
2015 Gawad Saka National Finalist for Outstanding Agricultural Scientist. DA-Bureau of
Agricultural Research. October 15, 2015. Diliman, Quezon City
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BEST
PAPERS
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Jennifer T. Niones and Daigo Takemoto (1st Place)
Plant Disease Suppression by a Plant-Symbiotic Endophytic Fungus Depends on its
Ability to Produce an Antifungal Compound. 17th Annual Scientific Meeting and
Symposium of the Mycological Society of the Philippines (MSP). April 25, 2015. Southern
Luzon State University, Lucban, Quezon
Dindo King M. Donayre and Lucille T. Minguez (1st Place)
Histopathology of Puccinia philippinensis Syd. & P. Syd., A Potential Biological Control
that Causes Leaf Rust Disease to Cyperus rotundus L. Pest Management Council of the
Philippines. May 5-8, 2015. Davao City
Jayvee A. Cruz, Mea Katreena M. Cadiente, Truong Hoai Xuan, Eufemio T. Rasco, Jr., and Erlinda S.
Paterno (1st Place, Downstream)
Endophytic Bacteria Isolated from Nipa Palm (Nypa fruticans) as Growth-Promoters for
Upland Rice (Oryza sativa L.). Federation of Crop Science Societies of the Philippines
(FCSSP). May 11-16, 2015. Clark, Pampanga
Ruben B. Miranda, Celia G. Abadilla, Julian C. Macadamia, Mark Angelo A. Abando, Marvin DJ.
Manalang, Laarnie L. Mandia, Melvin B. Ruiz, and John Harold T. Cortez (1st Place)
When Parking The Plow Has More Benefits. Federation of Crop Science Societies of the
Philippines (FCSSP). May 11-16, 2015. Clark, Pampanga
Michelle C. Quimbo, Cezar P. Mamaril, Erlinda S. Paterno, Pearl B. Sanchez, Rodrigo B. Badayos, and
Pompe C. Sta. Cruz (1st Place)
Soil Chemical and Physical Properties with Rice Straw Management during Fallow Period.
National Academy of Science and Technology. July 9, 2015. Manila Hotel
Jayvee A. Cruz, Erlinda S. Paterno, Lanie Alejandro Alejo, and Mea Katreena M. Cadiente (Finalist,
Applied Research TG/IG-Agriculture Category)
Assessment of Actinomycete for Enhancing the Growth and Yield of Upland Rice. 27th
National Research Symposium. October 14-15, 2015. Quezon City
BEST
. . . . .POSTERS
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Jennifer T. Niones and Daigo Takemoto (1st Place)
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Overexpression of Vib-1 Gene in Epichloe festucae enhances its Antifungal Activity
against Grass Pathogens. Nagoya University Integrative Graduate Education and
Research Program in Green Natural Science (IGER) Annual Meeting. Nagoya University.
January 18, 2014
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Jacqueline Lee O. Canilao, Sophia Maria M. Cuevas, Ferdinand S. Aguilar, Marion Francis Q. Austero,
Imelda D. Olvida, and Mario M. Movillon (1st Place)
Anthropological and Socioeconomic Characterization of Agta Indigenous Peoples (IPs) in
Camarines Sur, Bicol Region. National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) 36th
Annual Scientific Meeting. July 10, 2014. PICC, Pasay City
Karen Eloisa T. Barroga, Antonio A. Alfonso, and Perry Irish H. Duran (3rd Place and People’s
Choice Award, Applied Biotech)
3-in-1 Golden Rice: Healthy and High-Yielding. Advances in Pinoy Agri-Biotechnology
Infographics Poster Contest of the DA-Biotech PIU. National Biotech Week. November
27, 2014. CHED, Diliman, Quezon City
Amelia V. Morales, Rosaly V. Manaois, Henry F. Mamucod, and Marissa V. Romero (1st Place)
Suitability of Adlai in Complementing Rice as Staple Food. 25th Regional Symposium on
Research and Development Highlights. December 4, 2014. PhilRice Social Hall
Riza G. Abilgos-Ramos, Karen A. Cortado, and Cheryll C. Launio (2nd Place)
Maternal Factors Associated with Nutrition: Evidence from the Rice-Based Farm
Households in Central Luzon. 25th Regional Symposium on Research and Development
Highlights. December 4, 2014. PhilRice Social Hall
Gemmabelle G. Corpuz, Henry F. Mamucod, Marissa V. Romero, and Evelyn H. Bandonill (3rd Place)
Instant Rice Water: The Convenient Way of Preparing Am. 25th Regional Symposium on
Research and Development Highlights. December 4, 2014. PhilRice Social Hall
Arjay P. Sabasaje, Kristine S. Pascual, Filomena S. Grospe, and Evangeline B. Sibayan (1st Place,
Irrigation and Water Management)
Water Productivity and Yield Performance of Rice under Different Irrigation Regimes in
Irrigated Lowland Environment. 26th Philippine Agricultural Engineering Week. April 23,
2015. General Santos City
Christian Paul M. Ariola, Kristine S. Pascual, and Manuel Jose C. Regalado (1st Place, Soil and
Water Conservation)
Energy Efficiency, Cost Effectiveness and Productivity of Rice under Rainfed Condition
with Improved Tillage and Direct-seeding Method. 26th Philippine Agricultural
Engineering Week. April 23, 2015. General Santos City
Arnold S. Juliano and Joey Miano (1st Place, Machinery and Mechanization)
Development for Pilot-testing of a Local Riding-type Transplanter. 26th Philippine
Agricultural Engineering Week. April 23, 2015. General Santos City
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Eden D. Gagelonia, Harvey V. Valdez, John Eric O. Abon, and Leo B. Moliñawe (2nd Place, Machinery
and Mechanization)
Development of a Locally Adapted and Manufactured Ride-on Precision Seeder. 26th
Philippine Agricultural Engineering Week. April 23, 2015. General Santos City
Paulino S. Ramos, Arnold R. Elepaño, Jessie C. Elauria, Delfin C. Suministrado, and Manuel Jose C.
Regalado (2nd Place, Environmental and Waste Utilization)
Influence of Length of Rice Straw on Gasification Rate and Producer Gas Heating Value.
26th Philippine Agricultural Engineering Week. April 23, 2015. General Santos City
Amelita T. Angeles, Femia R. Sandoval, Dindo King M. Donayre, and Nenita V. Desamero (2nd Place)
Inhibitory Effect of Fungal Endophytes and Bacterial Isolates on Tubers of Cyperus
rotundus L. 17th Annual Scientific Meeting and Symposium of the Mycological Society
of the Philippines, Inc. (MSP). April 25, 2015. Southern Luzon State University, Lucban,
Quezon
Val C. Garcia, Laarnie L. Mandia, Melvin B. Ruiz, and Ruben B. Miranda (1st Place)
Training Program for New Graduates of Agri and Other Related Sciences to Help Boost
Rice Industry. 23rd Federation of Crop Science Societies of the Philippines (FCSSP)
Scientific Conference. May 11-16, 2015. Clark, Pampanga
Perfecto S. Ramos, Jr., Annie E. Espiritu, and Evelyn F. Javier (1st Place)
Does Nitrogen Stabilizer-Treated Urea Improve Nitrogen Use Efficiency of Paddy Rice in
Silty Loam Soil? 18th Philippine Society of Soil Science and Technology (PSSST) Annual
Meeting and Scientific Conference. May 15, 2015. Xavier University, Cagayan de Oro
City
Johanna C. Portilla, Ju-Mark R. Pagaduan, and Jean Rochielle F. Mirandilla (2nd Runner-up, AFNR
Sector)
Documentation of Indigenous Practices in Upland Rice Production Areas and Site
Characterization in CAR. 25th Highland Agriculture and Resources Research and
Development Consortium (HARRDEC) and 5th Joint HARRDEC-Cordillera Industry and
Energy Research and Development Consortium (CIERDEC) Regional Symposium on R&D
Highlights in Agriculture, Forestry, Natural Resources, Industry, Energy, and Emerging
Technologies. September 4, 2015. ATI-CAR, Benguet
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Jenalyn L. Balos, Sailila E. Abdula, Mario R. Ramos, Edgar M. Libetario, and Cherryl U. Seville (1st
Place)
Transgressive Segregants: Key to Rice Self-Sufficiency? 28th National Rice R&D
Conference. September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice Research Institute, Maligaya, Science
City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Gertrudo S. Arida, Leonardo V. Marquez, Belen S. Punzal, and JS Helmholtz (1st Place)
Ecological Engineering Approach for Pest Management: Effects of Vegetation Corridor
on the Populations of Arthropod Functional Groups and Insect Damage in Farmers’
Fields. 28th National Rice R&D Conference. September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice
Research Institute, Maligaya, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Richie Eve G. Ragas, Christian Flor C. Guittap, Eufemio T. Rasco, Jr., Fidela P. Bongat, and JEong taek
lee (1st Place)
Better Light, Bigger Size: Maximizing Dry Season for Post-Rice Garlic Seed Production
in Ilocos and Mindoro. 28th National Rice R&D Conference. September 9-10, 2015.
Philippine Rice Research Institute, Maligaya, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Hazel Joy L. Altamarino, Irene R. Tanzo, and May Angelica A. Saludez (1st Place)
Heroes Help Heroes: Helping Farmers Cope with Technology Complexity. 28th National
Rice R&D Conference. September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice Research Institute,
Maligaya, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Gerardo F. Estoy Jr., Belen M. Tabudlong, and MA Bernat (2nd Place)
Evaluation of Some Botanicals for the Control of Rice Grain Bug, Paraucosmetus
pallicornis (Dallas) under Laboratory and Screenhouse Conditions. 28th National Rice
R&D Conference. September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice Research Institute, Maligaya,
Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Nehemiah L. Caballong and Roger F. Barroga (2nd Place)
Creating a Virtual Farm Management Tool of the Future: The Agridoc App. 28th National
Rice R&D Conference. September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice Research Institute,
Maligaya, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
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Joel V. Pascual, Aurora M. Corales, and Klinton Ed F. Venci (2nd Place)
Empowering Farmers’ Coops: Key to Sustainable Rural Development. 28th National Rice
R&D Conference. September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice Research Institute, Maligaya,
Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Thelma F. Padolina, Oliver E. Manangkil, Rustum C. Braceros, Joanne D. Caguiat, Frodie P. Waing,
Antonio A. Alfonso, Reneth A. Millas, John Oscar S. Enriquez, Magiting T. Garcia, Paul Nathaniel
M. Marcelo, Juliet F. Pariñas, Joselito M. Dancel, Nenita V. Desamero, and Jonathan M. Niones (3rd
Place)
Next-Generation Rice Project: A Convergence of Stakeholders for Efficient and
Sustainable Delivery of Appropriate Technologies. 28th National Rice R&D Conference.
September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice Research Institute, Maligaya, Science City of
Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Dindo King M. Donayre, Cherry A. Endino-Tayson, and Gerald E. Bello (3rd Place)
Growing Azolla: An Alternative Way of Avoiding Golden Apple Snail Damages. 28th
National Rice R&D Conference. September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice Research
Institute, Maligaya, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
FIlomena S. Grospe, Mark Everson D. Casil, Leonard D. Dela Cruz, Constancio A. Asis Jr., and
Rosemarie T. Tapic (3rd Place)
Determining Ammonia Volatilization and Efficacy of Urease Inhibitor-Treated Urea on
Grain Yield. 28th National Rice R&D Conference. September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice
Research Institute, Maligaya, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Maritha C. Manubay, Democrito B. Rebong II, Helen R. Pasicolan, Nancy R. Gawat, Nymfa S. Sosa,
Maricel A. Baliuag, Andres L. Dela Cruz, Jr., and Jay-ar B. Tapec (3rd Place)
One-Stop Information Shop: Knowledge-Reinforcing Venue for Students in State
Universities on Rice and Rice-Based Technologies. 28th National Rice R&D Conference.
September 9-10, 2015. Philippine Rice Research Institute, Maligaya, Science City of
Muñoz, Nueva Ecija
Evelyn H. Bandonill, Henry M. Corpuz, Melissa B. Dacumos, Nevah Rizza L. Sevilla, Lydia M. Morales,
Rosanna H. Cinense, and Milagrosa R. Martinez (AFMA R&D Gold Award and Best Paper Finalist)
Screening and Evaluation of Green Algae as Feed Supplement. 27th National Research
Symposium. October 14-15, 2015. Quezon City
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Roel R. Suralta, Nonawin B. Lucob, Arlene B. Aguelo, Jonathan M. Niones, Maria Corazon N. Julaton,
and Democrito B. Rebong II (AFMA R&D Silver Award and Best Paper Finalist – Basic Research
Category)
Analysis of Deep Root System Development, Soil Water Uptake, and Dry Matter
Production of Rice under Upland Drought Condition. 27th National Research
Symposium. October 14-15, 2015. Quezon City
SCIENTIFIC
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Edwin C. Martin, Dindo King M. Donayre, and Madonna C. Casimero
Prevalence, Agronomic Characteristics and Biology of Weedy Rice Biotypes of Nueva
Ecija, Philippines. IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation. October
2014. 12:86-99
Riza G. Abilgos-Ramos, Rosaly V. Manaois, Amelia V. Morales, and Henry F. Mamucod
Quality Characteristics and Consumer Acceptability of Salt Bread Supplemented with
Chili Pepper (Capsicum sp.) Leaves. Food Science and Technology Research. November
7, 2014. 21(2015) No. 1:117-123
Arvin Paul P. Tuaño, Noriaki Aoki, Naoko Fujita, Naoko F. Oitome, Florinia E. Merca, and Bienvenido O.
Juliano
Grain and Starch Properties of Waxy and Low-Apparent Amylose Philippine Rices and of
NSIC Rc222. Philippine Agricultural Scientist. December 2014. 97:329-339
Juanito M. Maloom, Ronaldo B. Saludes, Moises A. Dorado, and Pompe C. Sta. Cruz
Development of a GIS-Based Model for Predicting Rice Yield. The Philippine Journal of
Crop Science. December 2014. 39:8-19
Aurora M. Corales, Josefina T. Dizon, and Virginia R. Cardenas
Assessing PalayCheck® Institutionalization in Selected Municipalities in Luzon,
Philippines. Philippine Journal of Crop Science. December 2014. 143:167-176
Edwin C. Martin and Irene R. Tanzo
Competitive Ability of Weedy Rice against Cultivated Rice in the Philippines. Asia Life
Sciences. January 2015. 24:1-7
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Jayvee A. Cruz, Evelyn F. Delfin, and Erlinda S. Paterno
Promotion of Upland Rice Growth by Actinomycetes under Growth Room Condition.
Asia Life Sciences. January 2015. 24:87-94
Ailon Oliver V. Capistrano
A Minus-One Element Technique (MOET)-based Mathematical Model to Customize
Fertilizer Recommendations for Philippine Rice Cultivars. Asia Life Sciences. January
2015. 24:95-109
Victoria C. Lapitan, Katrina Leslie C. Nicolas, and Eufemio T. Rasco, Jr.
Tissue Culture Technique for Clonal Propagation of Nipa Palm (Nypa fruticans Wurmb.,
Arecaceae) from Embryo Culture. Asia Life Sciences. January 2015. 24:111-125
Edwin C. Martin and Irene R. Tanzo
Enhancing Awareness on Weedy Rice Management in Iloilo Province, Philippines. Asia
Life Sciences. January 2015. 24:285-294
Noriel M. Angeles, Jose E. Hernandez, Antonio C. Laurena, and Hei Leung
Agarose-based ecoTILLING Detection of Candidate Gene SNPs for Evaluating
Quantitative Resistance to Rice Blast. Asia Life Sciences. January 2015. 24:323-334
Jayvee A. Cruz and Mea Katreena M. Cadiente
Survival of Actinomycetes in a Soil-based Carrier: A Potential Microbial Inoculant. Asia
Life Sciences. January 2015. 24:343-348
Jayvee A. Cruz, Nacita B. Lantican, Evelyn F. Delfin, and Erlinda S. Paterno
Characterization and Identification of Growth-Promoting Actinomycete: A Potential
Microbial Inoculant. Asia Life Sciences. January 2015. 24:383-397
Alvin D. Palanog, Cherry A. Endino-Tayson, Ian Mark G. Ciocon, Leo T. Sta. Ines, Babylyn U. Tizon,
Jesiree Elena Ann D. Bibar, Cherryl U. Seville, May J. Osana-Palanog, Dindo King M. Donayre, Albert
Christian S. Suñer, and Edgar M. Libetario
Grain Yield Performance and Stability Analysis of Rice Varieties under Rainfed Lowland
Conditions of Western Visayas, Philippines. Asia Life Sciences. January 2015. 24:399-408
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Jayvee A. Cruz, Nacita B. Lantican, Evelyn F. Delfin, and Erlinda S. Paterno
Enhancement of Growth and Yield of Upland Rice by Actinomycetes. Asia Life Sciences.
January 2015. 24:575-584
Jennifer T. Niones and Daigo Takemoto
VibA, a Homologue of a Transcription Factor for Fungal Heterokaryon Incompatibility,
is involved in Antifungal Compound Production in the Plant-Symbiotic Fungus Epichloe
festucae. Eukaryotic Cell. January 2015. 14:13-24
Dindo King M. Donayre, Edwin C. Martin, Madonna C. Casimero, and Leylani M. Juliano
Prevalence of Lowland Ecotype Cyperus rotundus L. and Weed Management of Rice
Farmers in Aliaga, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and
Conservation. January 2015. 13:14-27
Jonathan M. Niones, Roel R. Suralta, Yoshiaki Inukai, and Akira Yamauchi
QTL Associated with Lateral Root Plasticity in Response to Soil Moisture Fluctuation Stress
in Rice. Plant and Soil. February 19, 2015. (DOI 10.10O7/s11104-015-2404-x, published
online)
Jehru C. Magahud, Pearl B. Sanchez, and Rodrigo B. Badayos
Concentrations of Rare Trace Elements in Major Irrigated Rice Areas in the Philippines.
IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation. March 2015. 14:111-133
Dindo King M. Donayre and Cherry A. Endino-Tayson
Competitive Ability, Critical Period of Competition, and Density Level of Hydrolea zeylanica
(L.) Vahl against Transplanted-Irrigated Lowland Rice. IAMURE International Journal of
Ecology and Conservation. March 2015. 14:191-214
Jayvee A. Cruz, Mea Katreena M. Cadiente, Truong Hoai Xuan, and Eufemio T. Rasco, Jr.
Endophytic Bacteria Isolated from Nipa Palm (Nypa fruticans) in Bulacan, Philippines.
IAMURE International Journal of Philippine Science and Technology. March 2015. 14:68-79
Roel R. Suralta, Maria Corazon N. Julaton, and Democrito B. Rebong II
Functional Roles of Constitutive Root System Development in Maintaining Higher Water
Use and Grain Yield under Post Flowering Drought Stress in Hybrid Rice. Philippine
Agricultural Scientist. March 2015. 98:81-88
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Flordeliza H. Bordey and Imelda A. Arida
Adoption of Rice Crop Insurance in the Philippines: Lessons from Farmer’s Experience.
Philippine Journal of Crop Science. April 2015. 40:24-34
Hanah Hazel Mavi M. Biag-Manalo, Benjamina Paula G. Flor, Madeline M. Suva, Merlyne M. Paunlagi,
and Ruben B. Miranda
Knowledge Sharing Enablers and Disablers in the Palayamanan Farmer Field School in
the Uplands of Silang, Cavite. Philippine Journal of Crop Science. April 2015. 40:54-63
Aurora M. Corales, Evangeline B. Sibayan, and Florencia G. Palis
Dissemination of Natural Resource Management Technology for Irrigated Rice in the
Philippines: On-Farm Validation to National Extension. Pertanika Journal of Tropical
Agricultural Science. May 2015. 38:219-233
Mary Ann U. Baradi and Noel Geronimo T. Martinez
2-Acetyl-1-Pyrroline Levels in Fragrant Rice as Affected by Storage Condition and
Packaging. Philippine Agricultural Scientist. June 2015. 98:142-147
Michelle C. Quimbo and Cezar P. Mamaril
Organic Fertilizer Efficacy and Financial Viability of Rice Production in Los Baños,
Philippines. Philippine Agricultural Scientist. June 2015. 98:174-189
Babylyn U. Tizon-Salazar, Pompe C. Sta. Cruz, Bong M. Salazar, Edna A. Aguilar, and Rodrigo B.
Badayos
Grain-filling Process in Lowland Rice (Oryza sativa L. ‘PSB Rc18’) under Water Deficit is
enhanced by Nitrogen Fertilization. Asia Life Sciences. July 2015. 24:715-725
Jehru C. Magahud, Rodrigo B. Badayos, Pearl B. Sanchez, and Pompe C. Sta. Cruz
Levels and Potential Sources of Heavy Metals in Major Irrigated Rice Areas in the
Philippines. IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation. July 2015.
15:28-59
Jehru C. Magahud and Niña Gracel B. Dimaano
Extent, Methods and Determining Factors of Pesticide Application in Irrigated Rice Areas
of the Philippines. IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation. July
2015. 15:169-191
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Jayvee A. Cruz and Mea Katreena M. Cadiente
Survival of an Actinomycete in a Carbonized Rice Hull-Based Carrier. IAMURE International
Journal of Philippine Science and Technology. July 2015. 15:192-199
Roel R. Suralta, Nonawin B. Lucob, Loida M. Perez, Jonathan M. Niones, and Henry T. Nguyen
Developmental and Quantitative Trait Loci Analyses of Root Plasticity in Response to Soil
Moisture Fluctuation in Rice. Philippine Journal of Crop Science. August 2015. 40:12-24
Aurora M. Corales, Genaro S. Rillon, Ronell B. Malasa, Gerly D. Martin, Vivienne Leigh D. De Guzman,
Dindo M. Patonona, and Rizal G. Corales
Enhancing Capacities to Increase Crop Productivity and Climate Change Resiliency: A
Community-Based Approach in Aurora Province, Philippines. Philippine Journal of Crop
Science. August 2015. 40:66-73
Evelyn H. Bandonill and Gemmabelle G. Corpuz
Grain Quality of Irrigated Lowland Rice Varieties as Affected by Season and Crop
Establishment. Philippine Journal of Crop Science. August 2015. 40:74-77
SCHOLASTIC
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Doctor
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Elmer G. Bautista
Agricultural Science, Tohoku University
MASTER’S
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Sandro D. Cañete
Soil Science, UP Los Baños
Marilyn C. Ferrer
Plant Genetic Resources and Conservation Management, UP Los Baños
Fernando D. Garcia
Public Management, Ateneo de Manila University School of Government (ASoG)
Leo C. Javier
Public Management, Ateneo de Manila University School of Government (ASoG)
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Maria Cristina V. Newingham
Biology, Central Luzon State University
PAULINO S. RAMOS
Agricultural Engineering, UP Los Baños
Albert Christian S. Suñer
Development Management, Development Academy of the Philippines, Tagaytay City
Luis Alejandre I. Tamani
Public Management, Ateneo de Manila University School of Government (ASoG)
LOYALTY
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10 years
Sophia T. Borja
Maureen P. Capistrano
Antonio S. Noriega, Jr.
Joel V. Pascual
Joel A. Ramos
Anna Theresa Isabel O. Rebong
20 Years
Nenita V. Desamero
Evelyn F. Javier
Leo C. Javier
Abner T. Montecalvo
30 Years
Emily C. Arocena
35 Years
Evangeline B. Sibayan
40 Years
Inocencio L. Ayudan
25 Years
Fe N. Lumawag
Glenda D. Ravelo
Juliet P. Rillon
Errol V. Santiago
Leo T. Sta. Ines
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Overall Coordinator Necitas B. Malabanan, OED, ODEDASF
Logo and Theme Contest Joy Bartolome A. Duldulao, Leila J. Abelardo, Oliver C. Domingo
Medical Mission Joy Bartolome A. Duldulao, Admin and ISSO staff
Program and Invitation Abegail T. Donayre, Recille G. Aquino, Ian H. Veneracion, Michael E. Reyes, Catherine M.
Bataller, Ymari Bianca V. Pascual, Michael S. Reyes, Carlo G. Dacumos, John Glen S. Sarol, Elizabeth P. Molina
Creative Team Christina A. Frediles, Mary Grace M. Nidoy, Ashlee P. Canilang, John Glen S. Sarol, Perry Irish H.
Duran, Raymond E. Tumale, Katherine P. Balmeo, Carlo G. Dacumos, Jayson C. Berto
Documentation Ashlee P. Canilang, Carlo G. Dacumos, Jayson C. Berto, John Glen S. Sarol
Hector A. Badis
Registration Aurea C. Cosio, Erla Q. Diaz, Roda P. Dasalla, Alexander Z. Rodriguez, Roy V. Santiago, Liezl R.
Argueza, Catherine M. Bataller, Jo-anne O. Castelo, Wina Joy N. Capindian, Gladys N. Pagatpatan, Michelle V.
Liwag, Frishan Gain C. Cabral, Roldan G. Antonio, Jeffrey J. Villa, Mary Flor A. Gacutan, Nehemiah L. Caballong,
Ronnie T. Apuada
Food and Accommodations Ma. Cielo J. Tibayan, Ma. Jophine C. Ablaza, Gemmabelle G. Corpuz Fe G. Alonzo, Grace
S. Villaroman, BDD staff
Mind and Parlor Games Argie M. Pagdanganan, Jennifer D. Villaflor, Benjamin C. Sotto, Nehemiah L. Caballong ,Marc
Jude Paul S. Ancheta, John Glen S. Sarol, Jose Emmanuel G. Hernandez, Michael S. Reyes, Maria Juvail T.
Antivo, Ranxel M. Almario, Adeline P. Gomez, Mercy Grace C. Cruda, Mary Grace A. Arzanan, Gabrel P. Flancia,
Christian Paul M. Ariola, Alvin L. Ador Dionisio, Mae C. Angelie Tan, Klinton Ed F. Venci, April M. Jose, Ymari
Bianca V. Pascual
Tokens / Protocol Guadalupe C. Miranda, Sarah Joy P. Alvior, Jonathan U. Cabral, Oliver C. Domingo, Alvin P.
Lucero, Angemil Mayette F. Magtalas, Cherry May I. Eligado, Monique B. Jimenez, Drafino R. Arocena Jr.,
Christopher Dave B. Musa, Hazel V. Antonio, Adeline P. Gomez, Floper Gershwin E. Manuel, Sophia Maria M.
Cuevas, Carlito N. Bibal,Charisma Love B. Gado
Physical Arrangement, Restoration, and Transportation Antonio S. Noriega Jr., Gina B. Narca, PPD staff, 2 laborers from
each division.
Backdrop, Lights, and Sound Carlito N. Bibal, Rogelio N. Bibal, Alvin P. Lucero, Jonathan U. Cabral
AV/IT Network Luis Alejandre I. Tamani, ISD technical staff
First-Aid and Waste management Froilan A. Serrano, ISSO staff, First-aiders
Supplies and Materials Fe G. Alonzo, Grace S. Villaroman, SPO staff
Finance Nelita M. Tado, Finance staff
Moral Enrichment and Thanksgiving Activity Nelita M. Tado, Adelaida B. Giray, Ofelia C. Malonzo, April M. Jose, Klinton
Ed F. Venci, Lord R. Aquino, Vanneza B. Isidro, FMD staff
SRO Seminar Series Hazel Jane M. Orge, Rizzla I. Salas, Eduardo Jimmy P. Quilang, Marissa B. Reyes, Criselda A.
Manabat, Froilan A. Serrano, Joybeth N. Lisondra
Dangal ng PhilRice Glenda D. Ravelo, All PhilPRAISE members, HRMO staff
PhilRice Alumni and Employees’ Day Jaime A. Manalo IV, Christina A. Frediles, Hector A. Badis, Mary Grace M. Nidoy,
Sophia T. Borja (APE), Ashlee P. Canilang, John Glen S. Sarol, Jayvee P. Masilang, Rizzla I. Salas, Jayson C. Berto,
Jennifer D. Villaflor, Argie M. Pagdanganan, Ma. Cielo J. Tibayan, Ronell B. Malasa, Fernando D. Garcia,
Jonathan M. Niones, Leonardo V. Marquez
Sportsfest; Wellness, Fun, and Food Fair; Tower lighting fair Joselito A. Kalaw (APE), Sophia T. Borja (APE) Sportsfest
coordinators, Ma. Cielo J. Tibayan, Ronell B. Malasa, Fernando D. Garcia, Jonathan M. Niones, Leonardo V.
Marquez
Tower Lighting Antonio S. Noriega Jr., Hazel Jane M. Orge PPD and ISSO staff,
Children’s Christmas Party Aurea C. Cosio, All TMSD and IAU staff
Institute Christmas PartyRichard D. Romanillos, Maria Eloisa M. Pagay, All TMSD and IAU staff
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