Industry partners recognized; alumni homecoming held

 

As part of its 70th foundation anniversary celebration, the University of Baguio (UB) recognized its academic and industry partners over the years in a ceremony held at CAP John Hay last Aug. 17.

 

Ninety-five of the University’s major academic and company partners were honored at the ceremony in recognition of their support and assistance in helping equip UB’s students with skills relevant in the global workplace.

 

Some of the recipients include Fukuoka Jo Gakuin University (Japan), Nagasaki Wesleyan University (Japan), College of Asian Scholars (Thailand), Johnson & Johnson, Philippine Airlines, Texas Instruments Inc., and the National Youth Commission, among others. 

 

Over the years, UB has forged partnerships with academic and other institutions as well as major industrial companies in pursuit of its mission of molding empowered professionals in the global community.

 

Meanwhile, a homecoming was held at the UB Gym last Aug. 18, also in celebration of UB’s 70th anniversary. Organized by the UB Alumni Foundation Inc., the event gathered representative graduates across batches, with some attendees graduating from the 1970s.

 

The homecoming had the theme “UBAFI Goes Cordilleran.” Officers of the UB Alumni Foundation Inc. for the term 2019-2021 were also elected. A cañao concluded the activity.

 

 

Scroll down to see photos from the events.

 

 

 UB Industry Partners' Recognition

Photos by the UB Media Affairs and Publications Office/Donald Rentiquiano, Rene Pascua, and Daniel Paolo Valdez

 

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UB president Engr. Javier Herminio Bautista opens the ceremony.

 

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The UB Orchestra performs at the ceremony.

 

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Representatives of the recipient institutions and companies attended the event.

 

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Among the attendees were administrators of UB's partner schools.

 

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The attendees share a moment at the event.

 

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The recipients were presented with plaques.

 

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Representatives of the recipient institutions and industry companies with UB president Engr. Bautista

 

 

 

UB Alumni Homecoming

Photos by the UB Institutional Documentation Office

 

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  Members of the UBBUK, UB's student cultural group, prepare for the opening of the homecoming. 

 

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Two UB alumnae catch up at the homecoming.

 

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The homecoming gathered UB's graduates who now assume positions in diverse fields.

 

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The homecoming carried a cultural theme. Here, UBBUK members lead the dancing of the Cordilleran dance tayaw.

 

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The attendees participate in the tayaw.

 

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 A band set was installed for the event, which the participants actively engaged in.

 

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UB graduates generations apart share a moment at the homecoming.  

 

 

 

 

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