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Nov 20, 2019

Forging New Partnerships

In line with the thrust of the college and in the pursuit of improving nursing education, Foundation University College of Nursing (FUCN) has partnered with additional two hospitals in Dumaguete and Cebu to assist in the learning process of students.

FUCN has recently forged partnerships with Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center in Cebu City and Silliman Medical Center in Dumaguete City.

Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center will provide new opportunities for the Related Learning Experiences of Level III students in psychiatric, neurology and orthopedic wards meanwhile Silliman Medical Center has opened its facilities for exposure of students.

Foundation University upholds the importance of partnerships in order to enhance the learning experience of students especially in the healthcare education as part of its goal to be of better service to the greater community.

Oct 31, 2019

Cultivating the Culture of Gratitude

To mark the celebration of the World Teachers Day, Foundation University through its Office of Student Life in partnership with the FU Student Government held a short program last October at the Sofia Soller Sinco Hall.

Centered on expressing their gratitude to their mentors, the students from various colleges and departments in the University rendered presentations during the event to also show appreciation for the sacrifices and efforts shared by the teachers in their chosen field of work.

The World Teachers’ Day Celebration is aimed at giving importance to the contribution of mentors to nation-building through their commitment in molding the youth – the future of the country.

Surprise presentations and gifts were presented by the students to their teachers during the said program in order to express their gratitude and appreciation for the sacrifices and efforts shared by the teachers in their chosen field of work.

The said occasion gave an opportunity for the students to give some gifts and handwritten notes dedicated to their mentors. During the program, the students from each college prepared the audio-visual presentation along with an intermission number dedicated to their respective teachers.

University Chaplain Msgr. Julius Heruela, during his homily, stressed on the important role of mentors not only in school but also in the greater community and later on, he pronounced a special prayer and blessing with the students’ hands outstretched towards the teachers.

Gratitude must be at the heart of every education system. This culture of gratitude will create small to bigger ripples from the commitment of teachers who are the molders of a nation's future. These students, as an expression of their gratitude, will look back at how they were molded and will give back to the people and the community. Thus, will begin the unending cycle of development in the society from the aspect of education.

 

Oct 22, 2019

Structure Begins to Rise

It is very important to make certain the conditions of the ground where the building will stand. After making sure that the foundations of the building is strong enough, the Foundation Preparatory Academy Science Wing's structure is now slowly arising with the on-going construction. 

What follows after the excavation for the combined footing, compaction of gravel base for the combined footing and the installation of footing reinforcement bars, is the on-going installation of steel deck and forms in preparation for the pouring of the concrete mixture. Also, steel bar works are currently being done as part of the building construction.

FPA Science Wing Project will not only help the school to improve its system but will also contribute to the greater community through the honing of future scientists and inventors whose work will help communities to improve their quality of life especially through science, technology and innovation.

 
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