TAU joins global call to ease up climate strains by 2030

Text by Jerome L. Duque

To ramp up climate solutions and roll out the paths for the adoption of new technologies and policies,  Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU), Sustainable Energy and Enterprise Development for Communities (SEED4Com), and Bard College jointly conducted the Worldwide Teach-In (WTI) for Climate Justice as part of the Series 8 of Cross-Sectoral Dialogues on 23 April.

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CHED conducts pilot-testing of SUC levelling instrument at TAU 

The Commission on Higher Education's Technical Working Group (TWG) under the Office of Institutional Quality Assurance and Governance (OIQAG) conducted an on-site pilot testing activity of the revised SUC Levelling Instrument at Tarlac Agricultural University on May 12-13, 2022.

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Former sister colleges reunite

          TAU, TSU seal five-year agreement

Text by Mr. Jerome L. Duque

Photos by Mr. Jayson J. Elenzano

With years of entwined history, Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU) and Tarlac State University (TSU) embark on a shared vision to become leading sustainable universities in the world.

To streamline and recalibrate collaborative undertakings geared towards mutual development, officials from the two higher education institutions (HEIs) inked an accord at TSU Alumni Hall, Villa Lucinda Campus on 4 May.

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TAU pledges to assist new Mindoro university

Text by Mr. Jerome L. Duque

Photos by Mr. Abner P. Mañebog and Mr. Cesar E. Valdez

“We are a young university and we need the support of a strong university like TAU.”

Dr. Levy B. Arago Jr.

President, Mindoro State University

Officials from the Tarlac Agricultural University (TAU) vowed to help Mindoro State University (MinSU) in its academic, research, and internationalization programs after signing an agreement with the latter’s administrative council on 29 April.

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CED sends practice teachers to Balinese, Surakartan schools

Text by Jerome L. Duque

Poster by Mr. John Paul Q. Gordovin

Due to restrictions in cross-border mobility, the Tarlac Agricultural University - College of Education (CED) has opted to endorse 13 of its students for a virtual practice teaching stint in Indonesia.

Three Bachelor of Secondary Education (BSEd) students are now serving as online teachers in Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha (Undiksha) in Bali.  Diana M. Vitacion, Dan Gabryel T. Sembrano, and Sarah Micah A. Esteban are teaching science subjects to junior and senior high school students of Undiksha’s secondary department, SMA Negeri 1 Singaraja. Another BSEd student, Irene D. Isip, is carrying out her duties at SMP Islam Al-Azhar 21 Sukoharjo.

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