(From left) Rajah Lyvester Dizon, Darlyn Peñaflorida and Israel Haduca presented
at the International Integrated Research Conference held in Manila.
Three students from the University of Baguio (UB) attended the International Integrated Research Conference (IIRC) held at Ateneo de Manila University last Sept. 20-22.
Rajah Lyvester Dizon, Israel Haduca and Darlyn Peñaflorida presented their paper titled “Buhay Gangster: Understanding the Life Experiences of Gang Members in Baguio City” at the conference.
Papers in pedagogy, environmental science, criminal justice, psychology, and engineering, among others, were also presented in the three-day conference, which gathered educators, researchers and students from across the nation. The participants were also given the opportunity to listen to plenary speakers who are experts in the said varied fields.
The papers presented at the conference will be published in the 2019 IIRC compilation.
Organized by the Philippine Continuing Professional Development Training Center, Inc., the conference had the theme “Integrating Autonomy of Learning in Multi-Disciplinary Research towards 21st Century Education.”
Shirley Diño of the UB Office of Student Affairs accompanied the UB participants. – Rajah Lyvester Dizon
Rajah Lyvester Dizon is a student of the School of Teacher Education and Liberal Arts at the University of Baguio.