Mga kasapi ng livelihood program, sinanay sa wastong pagproseso ng karne

BOAC, Marinduque – Sa pakikipagtulungan ng Marinduque State College (MSC) ay nagsagawa kamakailan ng serye ng pagsasanay sa pagproseso ng karne ang Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP) na dinaluhan ng mga kasapi ng nasabing programa. Ayon kay Pamela Ligas, project development officer ng DSWD-Marinduque, ang mga kalahok mula sa iba’t ibang mga barangay ng Boac ay nagtipon sa food technology laboratory ng MSC. Inimbitahan din ng mga organizers si Nenita Gonzales at Ma. Edelwina Blasé na nagsilbing tagapagsalita para sa pagsasanay. #MakeADifference: Kabayan, help us to stay up, help us to buy…

24 mag-aaral sa Marinduque, pumasa sa programang scholarship ng DOST

BOAC, Marinduque – Sa 8,994 na mga mag-aaral na pumasa sa Science and Technology Undergraduate Scholarship Program (RA 7687) ng Department of Science and Technology (DOST), 24 na estudyante rito ang nagmula sa Marinduque. Ayon sa listahan mula kay Eleazar Manaog ng Provincial Science and Technology Center (PSTC)-Marinduque, may 10 estudyante ang nagmula sa Boac, 5 sa Mogpog, 1 ang galing sa Sta. Cruz, 2 mag-aaral mula sa Torrijos, 5 estudyante ang nagmula sa Buenavista at 1 ang nanggaling sa Gasan. Ang mga estudyanteng ito ay sina James Jerick Bartulo,…

MSC STEM students bags gold at the 26th National Physics Fair in Davao

BOAC, Marinduque – John Reginald M. Miciano and Joshua Deiondre T. Malalad, both Grade 11 STEM (Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics) student from Marinduque State College (MSC) Laboratory High School bagged the 1st Merit Award in the recently concluded 26th National Physics Fair held at Ateneo de Davao University in Davao City. In this four days event (April 4-7, 2018), the 26th National Physics Fair was in connection with the 40th Annual National Physics Seminar-Workshop/Convention and 31st National Physics Olympics with the theme “Physics and Development of Indigenous Communities.” #MakeADifference: Kabayan,…

MSC administration conducts Student Leaders’ forum

SANTA CRUZ, Marinduque – In the spirit of Lenten season, Marinduque State College (MSC) administration headed by Dr. Merian P. Catajay-Mani, Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Verna Liza L. Capiña, Vice President for Administration and Finance Dr. Diosdado P. Zulueta, Student Affairs Services Director Mr. Arnel M. Lantita and Santa Cruz Campus Director Dr. Randell R. Reginio conducted a student leaders’ forum at MSC Santa Cruz Campus. The very essence of the said forum was to clarify student leaders’ concerns on issues affecting them as students of MSC. Dr.…