Most effective means of persuading students to enroll in a particular institution.
Source: Determinants of College Enrollment at UB, June 2004
by Ms. Geraldine Llanes – Leaño
STRONG SENSE OF SPIRITUALITY
Perceived by UB employees as the most dominant value in the University.
Source: The Organizational Culture of the University of Baguio
by Ms. Christine Marie Poyaoan
FAITH IN GOD
Most attained Christian value in the University, as perceived by would be college graduates
Source: Christian Values as a Mission Statement of the University of Baguio as Perceived by the Graduating Students, October 2005
by: Mr. Jerome Palaoag
EXPERIENCING THE WORK OF THE MINISTRY
Christian value area which has rendered the greatest satisfaction to students.
Source: Christian Values: The Focusing Factor of Students of the Physical and Human Sciences Institute
by: Mr. Froilan Aspa & Mr. Egardo Javier
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Medium of instruction teachers and students of UB are most comfortable in when teaching / learning.
Source: English Language Situation in the University of Baguio
by Dr. Lloyd V. Orduña
Trait most closely associated with very satisfactory teaching performance.
Source: Personality and Teaching Performance of the College of Faculty of UB, 2nd Sem 2003 – 2004
by Dr. Josefina Esguerra & Mr. Rolando Mamaat
Rating of the COE faculty members with a doctorate and master’s degree from 2001 – 2004.
Source: Performance of the Faculty, College of Education
by: Dr. Agnes T. Bautista
VERY SATISFACTORY / VERY ADEQUATE
Rating of the UB tertiary level Physical Education program by the PE instructors and students
Source: The Tertiary Level Physical Education Program of the University of Baguio
by: Dr. Josefina Esguerra & Dr. Rosemarie Estoesta
Level of confidence exhibited by OJT students in their designated workplace.
Source: Trainors’ Evaluation on the Level of Confidence and Initiative of On-the-Job Training Students of the College of Commerce, University of Baguio
by: Mr. Raul Gerardo Ongoco
Content, methods, and co-curricular activities component of the
English and History major curriculum which have contributed to
the attainment of the objectives of the College of Education.
Source: Relevance of the English and History Major Courses of
the University of Baguio
by: Dr. Rhoda Galangco
Leading aspect associated with students’ positive Physical
Source: Students’ Perception towards their Physical Education
Classes in the University of Baguio
by: Ms. Jocelyn Floresca
GRADUATE SCHOOL DEGREE, WRITING ABILITY, AND SUBSTANTIAL INCENTIVES
Facets which facilitate the conduct of research by faculty members.
Source: Imperatives of Research: The Case of the University of Baguio
by Dr. Lloyd V. Orduña
Factor which does not affect the academic performance of the Mass Communication students in their major subjects.
Source: The Effect of Non-intellective Factors on the Mass Communication Students’ Academic Performance
by Ms. Luzviminda Moyano and Mr. Julio Bugtong
TIME SCHEDULING, SPEED READING, AND CONCENTRATION
Three study areas LEA students are weakest in.
Source: Study Habits of Students of the Law Enforcement Academy of the University of Baguio
by Dr. Teodulo Natividad
INADEQUATE TIME MANAGEMENT, POOR READING SKILLS, AND POOR CONCENTRATION
Dominant problems encountered by LEA reviewers with their reviewees
Source: Problems Met by the Criminology Reviewees and Reviewers of the University of Baguio Law Enforcement Academy
by Dr. Teodulo Natividad & Mr. Benjamin Dulipas
INADEQUATE ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES & LOW SALARY
Most common sources of discontent among exiting non-teaching personnel.
Source: Life in UB: Retrospection by Exiting Employees
by Mr. Amado Orden Jr.
NATURAL, SPONTANEOUS, AND TRUE
College students’ description of “cool”
Source: The Filipino Students’ Concept of “Who is Cool in School”
By Ms. Liberty Catbagan