The President’s Annual Report 2016-2017

The Alumni Year 2016-2017 proved once again to be a productive, busy and challenging year. The CLSUAAI Board of Directors in cooperation with the CLSU Alumni Foundation, Inc. (CAFI) and the CLSU Alumni Relations Office (ARO) together with the other alumni officers and staff members, have been very busy all year around as shown by their accomplishment as follows: a) reached out to our Alumni at-large via off-campus monthly meetings; b) Sent invitations to our Alumni who are willing to come over to the CLSU campus for a memorable visit to include our Alumni Center and c) Formulated the CLSUAAI Medium Term Plan: 2012-2020 which hopefully will be realized in the ensuing Alumni Years (AY) whoever will be elected Officers and the proposed amendments to some provisions in the Constitution and By-Laws which are already obsolete.
Inspired by the continued cooperation, unity, hardwork and cooperation of the present Board of Directors/Trustees of the CLSUAAI and the CAFI coupled with the support of the CLSU Alumni Relations Office (ARO) and our Alumni at-large here and abroad, the following were undertaken:

I. CLSU Alumni Hostel
Continuous improvement of the Alumni Hostel by providing the needed facilities/ amenities such as upgrading of air conditioning units, installation of bidet in each room, new bedding such as blankets, bed sheets, towels, etc.
The three-story CLSU Alumni Hostel has the following facilities: First Floor; 14 rooms with reception room; Second floor; 17 rooms and a reception room; and, Third Floor; 10 rooms with conference/seminar rooms and one (1) Bar Counter.
Each room in this three-story Hostel is provided with the following: beds with complete beddings, flat TV sets 24”; air-con, refrigerator, comfort room, bathroom with shower heater and cabinets with dresser. The Conference/Seminar Hall is provided with sound system with videoke, tables and chairs, split-type air-conditioning units, ceiling fans and curtains.
At this juncture therefore, we, the present Alumni Officers would like to extend our sincerest thanks and gratitude to all stakeholders both here and abroad who contributed/donated not only their most precious money but also their efforts, prayers and unending support in order to finally realize this “Dream Come True Hostel”.

II. CLSU Alumni Food Court and General Merchandise
This project of the CLSUAAI is now serving students, faculty and staff and guest/visitors of the University. With its monthly meager income of P63,500, the management have planned to add the necessary facilities for the convenience of all its customers such as: electric fans; tables and chair, etc.

III. On Income Generation: Funds should always be available whenever needed to attain stability and operations of the CLSUAAI, hence, income generation is undertaken:

1. Palay Production Project – a five-hectare rice production project which was granted by the University is being operated and managed by the CLSUAAI. From this project, the Association enable to sustain the Alumni Office staff and financial support to its Scholarship Program and Student-Assistantship.
2. Multi-purpose Alumni Hall and Pavilion – this is another income generating project of the Association. Even with its minimal rentals/fees, it can still augment the funding requirements of the Association. The alumni hall and pavilion serve as venue for birthday celebration, wedding ceremonies, baptisms, and other activities of faculty, staff, and students and even among professional organizations in and outside of the University.
3. Julius Viray Hall – This hall was subdivided into four (4) areas for rent as follows: a). Piso Printing computer works and internet, b) Tailoring Shop and, c)Uncle Mars Stall- All these stalls are serving the needs of the students as well as faculty and staff and non CLSU residents.

IV. Scholarship Program – The Alumni Association continues to sponsor college student scholars and continue its solicitation efforts for more scholarship grants for deserving students. This year in review, the Association’s scholars are as follows:

A. CLSUAAI- Scholarship Grant
Andres, Ferry Lou R. BSEd3
Bartolome, Jomari V. BSEd2
Binuya, Shaire Jel DC BSEd2
Dulay, Jolina A. BSBA2
Enteria, Sunshine G. BSEd2
Valdez, Diasy Johanne A BSEd2
Quilanlan, Michael BSEd3
Soliman, Romalyn Anne BSEd3
Castañeda, Criselle A. BSBA3
Cayanan, Jenica Mae ABPsych3
Teves, Kristine Joyce BSBA4
Ambe, Ryan M. BSABE2
Pagaduan, Rowie BSCE2
Somera, Nelson Jay BSBA2
Quejada, Mara Jessa L. BSFT3

B. CLSUIAAI Scholarship Grant (General Fund)
Armadillo, Ross Ann V. BSAc3
Castro, Erron John F. BSEd3
Ligon, Hazel P. BSEd3
Rosero, Daniel BSDC3
Reyes, Cristel Andrea BSChem4

C. CLSUIAAI- Scholarship Program (Member Sponsored)
Engr. Rodrigo Dioso Scholarship
1.1 Cantor, Zayin BSFT3
1.2 Vergara, May Ann BSCE3
1.3 Lucas, Nikko Angelo BSIT

2. Drs. Edison and Nenita Cabacungan Scholarship
2.1 Delos Reyes, Frances Gelo Ann I.BSBio2
2.2 Muya, Mark Calben C. BSEntrep2

3. Engrs. Joselito and Norma B. Viray Scholarship
3.1 Abenales, Patrick C. BSAEn4

4. Engr. Gerry D. Galinato Scholarship
4.1 Hilario, Virgilio S. BSAEn4

5. Dr. Leo Sicat Scholarship
5.1 Maduro, Jay-R S. BSEd4

6. Dr. Fiorello Abenes “Benito Abenes Journalism Prize”
6.1 Monta, Ruth Camille M. BSDC3

D. Engr. Edgardo A. Alfonso Scholarship Grant
Madella, Marie Elaine A. BSEd3
Mamangon, Lorraine Gay F. BSCE2
Senoja, Lawrence BSEd2
Mendoza, Angel Paulo A. BSABE2
Visitacion, Czara Leigh BSABE2

E. Dr. Eliseo L. Ruiz Scholarship Grant
Alcantara, Arnie Pearl A. BSBA3
Baniaga, Sunesis ABPsych4
Hipolito, Ahzziel A. BEEd3
Sunga, Alaiza BEEd3
Pengson, Clarissa BSEd4
Villa Agustin, Bianca BSEd4
Garcia, Johnny B. BSAB2
Flores, Daniel BEEd4
De Guzman, Aliah BSIT

F. Engr. Ricardo Tilah” E. Magdangal Scholarship Grant
1. Castro Donn Luigi S. BSA3
2. Pulintan, Ray Angelo BSAT1
3. Valencia, Jeneenah U. BSAT2
4. Victoria, Jhovirey V. BSAEn2
5. Ortiz, Nikko BSA3

G. Ms. Aileen S. Campos Scholarship Grant
Armas, Mery Joyce BSABE2
Garcia, Jasmin BSEd2
Tianan, Jeanalyn BSEd2
Lim, Krischelle BSCE2
Cunanan, Marie Joyce BSEd2
Guillermo, Loralie Jane BSA3
Pesimo, Kesia Ann V. BSCE3
Apanay, Regienald BSAT3

H. Ms. Perla C. Tadeo Scholarship Grant
Tolentino, Andrea BSEd

I. Mr. Joey Grospe Scholarship Grant
Manalastas, Yna Marie Diane BSStat

 J. Dr. Romeo T. Padilla Scholarship Grant (For Graduate Students Only)
Ms. Annabelle B. Corpuz

V. Reaching out to the Alumni at-Large – With the active participation of the Alumni Relations Office (ARO) headed by its Chief of Office, and assisted by the Alumni Association personnel, our alumni at-large in the country and abroad such as United States, Canada, Africa, Thailand, etc. are well informed of our Association’s activities/accomplishments through the webpage of the Association. The communication strengthened the active participation of our CLSU Alumni who have not been in touch with their Alma Mater.

Also, Regular Monthly Meeting were being held out campus whenever an Alumni or group of CLSU Alumni invited the BOD/BOT and other Officers to conduct their meetings in their respective places, to wit: Dr. Cornelio Garcia, President of Ramon Magsaysay Technological University (RMTU), Iba Zmabales; Dr. Romeo T. Padilla, Owner/ Proprietor and President of Panpacific University North Philippines (PUNP).

VI. Granting of Awards to Deserving CLSU Alumni – the Association through the Awards Committee has searched, screened and selected awardees who have been successful in their respective fields of endeavor and have done outstanding accomplishments in their respective courses or professions, to wit:
A. Gintong Butil Awardees
1. Dr. Carlos C. Carriaga Science and Technology
2. Engr. Pablito B. Yra Science and Technology
3. Dr. Arnulfo F. De Luna Public Service
4. Dr. Leonides Halos-Kim- Community Service
5. PS/Supt. Manuel E. Cornel Community Service
6. Dr. Julius Ceasar V. Sicat Public Service

B. Achievement Awardees
1. Dr. Dionisio D. Alvindia -BSA ‘85
2. Col. Romulo C. Adriano- Ret. Batch ’66 -CLAC (HS ’66)
3. Mr. Rodolfo Tiamson- US Navy (Ret.) ’63 -CLAC (HS ’63)
4. Dr. Juanito Del Rosario -PhD ‘15
5. Dr. Teresita Galamay-Shiner -BSA ‘78
6. Dr. Virginia M. Venturina -BSAH, VetMed ’86,’88
7. Capt. Brendo J. Casaclang -BSIF ‘89
8. Rev/Engr. Gil Valenzuela -BSAgEn ‘81
9. Dr. Josue M. Victoria- VetMed-Marinduque -BSAH ’86, DVM ‘92
10. Dr. Jukkaphong Poung-Ngamchuen -Ph.D ‘07
11.PS/Supt. Alex M. Apolonio -BSGT ‘99
12.Mr. Ruel V. Eguia -BSIF ‘82

C. Loyalty Awardees
1. Mr. Fernan & Dr. Elaida Fiegalan and Family
2. Mr. & Mrs. Danilo and Lorna Corpuz and Family
3. Dr. & Mrs. Theody Sayco and Family
4. Mr. & Engr. Romeo and Eleanor Pico and Family
5. Dr. & Mrs. Manolito and Ederlina Bulaong and Family
6. Mr.& Mrs. Remedio/Felerma B. Zaparilla and Family
7. Dr. Rodolfo & Mrs. Ethel Estigoy and Family
8. Dr. John James & Vitaliana Malamug and Family

D. Service Awardees
1. Dr. Ariel Mactal- COMELEC (re-award)
2. Dr. Ofero Capariño- Former Director, CLSUAAI
3. Dr. Antonio Alfonso- Former Director, CLSUAAI
4. Dr. Apolinario Domingo- Former Secretary General
5. Dr. Romeo S. Cabanilla- Former President, CLSUAAI (Feb 2014 to Feb 2016)
6. Prof. Mila Ringor- Former Deputy Secretary General

E. Recognition Awardees
1. Veterinary Licensure Examination
1st Placer- Dr. Princess Charmaine T. Herrera -85.42%
2nd Placer- Dr. Karlo M. Tawatao -85.04%
3rd Placer-Dr. Cristo Rey C. Batoy -84.40%
5th Placer- Dr. Ramon E. Leuterio -84.28%
7th Placer- Dr. Ralph Kevin M. Espinosa -83.34%
9th Placer- Dr. Jeffrey L. Cruz -83.16%

2. Agricultural Engineering Licensure Examination
10th Placer- Rodolfo S. De Gracia - 80.31%

3. Fisheries Licensure Examination
2nd Placer- Mariel C. Benigno -87.5%
4th Placer- Jaypee S. Samson -86.2%
8th Placer- Marz Linnaeous L. Rabadon -85.0%

4.Licensure Examination for Teacher
9th Placer- Audrey Lois I. Dairo -86.40%

5. Licensure Examination for Psychometricians
8th Placer- Margie D. Viado -84.0%

F. Honorary Membership Award
1. Engr. Renato B. Dela Cruz- Director, PPSDO-CLSU
2. Ms. Evelyn Y. Hilario- Director, Financial Management
3. Mr. Exequeil G. Padilla- Project Manager, Feed Processing Plant
4. Mr. Antonio D. Ortiz- University Cashier
5. Ms. Beatriz L. Pagaduan- Senior Administrative V

VII. Strengthening Linkages with the University
The President and Board Chairman of the CLSUAAI represents the Association to the CLSU Board of Regents. He maintains close association/coordination with the University President and his Executives, particularly on matters appertaining to alumni affairs such as fund solicitation from government officials close to the University Administration, request of university facilities and in implementing programs of the Association needing the assistance of the University Administration.
The close linkage of the Association with the University Administration was also strengthened through the Alumni Relations Office, headed by its Chief of Office and about 28 Alumni Coordinators in the different Colleges/Units of the University and Agencies outside CLSU such as PhilRice, PhilMech, DOST, PCC, BFAR, DENR, NIA, PhilSCAT, and others.

VIII. Other Activities of the Association:
The following were also accomplished during the AY 2016-2017.

1. Incentives to Alumni
The CLSUAAI has granted incentives to alumni members who were accepted to present technical/research papers and/or posters to national/international conferences. workshop, convention, symposium and scientific forum. Two Thousand (P2,000) is granted to the presentors if the presentation is held abroad and One Thousand (P1000) if held within the country.

During the year in review, the following alumni were recipients of this modest activity:

1. Mr. Edgar Flores Local
2. Engr. Reagan Pontawe Local
3. Dr. Ma. Exelsis Orden International
4. Dr. Sofronio P. Kalaw Local
5. Dr. Teotimo M. Aganon International
2. Life Membership – The Alumni Association grants Life Membership to new graduates. This year, the Association has granted Life Membership to about 1,300 graduates.
3. Publication of the Alumni Bulletin – This is the official newsletter of the CLSUAAI, published during the Annual Alumni Homecomings. It features the activities of the Association and other related activities of the University. This publication was made possible through the efforts of the Chairman, Publication Committee, Dr. Estrelita T. Gamit, Dr. Eliseo L. Ruiz, Editor- In- Chief; the members of the Editorial Board; Contributors; Consultants and the Alumni Secretariat Staff headed by the Secretary-General.
Looking Ahead
With the Guidance of our Divine Providence, and the determined efforts and cooperation of all stakeholders, namely: alumni officers, the alumni at-large and friends of CLSU, we are optimistic that we would be able to achieve the vision, mission and goals of the CLSUAAI together with the CAFI, coupled with the guidance/assistance of the CLSU Administration through its Alumni Relations Office. The 8-year Development Plans and Programs (2012-2020) was laid out by the Board of Directors/Trustees of the CLSUAAI/CAFI together with the CLSU ARO during our planning workshop held at the Rice Processing Complex (RPC), Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan, to wit:

Continuing Proactive Engagement with the University.
- Active participation in BOR meetings and activities
- Active participation in alumni-related programs, projects and activities of the CLSU
- Close partnership with the University’s Alumni Relations Office
Linkage and Partnership Enhancement.
- Web enhancement and maintenance
- Alumni directory updating, enhancement and publication
- Program/project collaboration with the CAFI and other entities
Scholarship and Student Assistantship.
- Continuing fund campaign and solicitation for support from alumni and friends
- Continuing sponsorship for qualified scholars, both students and faculty
- Provision of referral assistance to students thru OJT, employment opportunities, etc.
Upkeeping of the Alumni Center.
- Office, facility and equipment maintenance and improvement
- Landscape, ground and security maintenance
-Establishment of CLSUAAI/CAFI Museum by tracing, organizing and displaying alumni historical facts, memorabilia, documents, etc.
Alumni Infrastructure Development.
- Improvement of the Alumni Food Court (with modern covering)
- Enhancement of the CLSU Lagoon (with colorful dancing fountains of water)
- Construction of CLSUAAI-CAFI Science Centrum which would accommodate the CLSU Bio- Energy Center and Oil Crops Research Center with modern facilities and mega tower
- Development of CLSU Theme Park, Zoo, Aviary and Botanical and Recreational Facilities
- Improvement of the Alumni perimeter fence.
- Improvement of CLSU road networks
Awards, Recognition and Health Assistance
- Annual Search for and Recognition of Alumni Achievers (Gintong Butil Award, Alumni Achievement Award, Special Recognition Award and Service Award)
- Awarding of Honoris causa (with the university) and Honorary Membership to qualified
non-CLSU Alumni
- Financial assistance for Professorial Chair, grant-in-aids for research, book writing and publication and incentive for paper presentation
- Cash Award for outstanding graduates
- Health assistance and other benefits to members who have served the Association as well as deserving alumni members
Income Generating and Special Projects.
- Rice Production Project
- Facility Rental
- Alumni Hostel Project
Finally, I wish to express my wholehearted appreciation and gratitude to all of those who have willingly and generously supported the CLSUAAI during my short, but fruitful and meaningful leadership as its President and Board Chairman. We hope to sustain the momentum of our activities in order to achieve greater heights of this great Association of our Alma Mater, the great Central Luzon State University.

May God bless Us All! Mabuhay Tayong Lahat!

President and Board Chairman

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