Lorma faculty presents international standard researches

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Research is one of the areas that we have to commit to because it is the key to our dream to become a university,” said Dr. Diadema B. La Madrid after concluding the 2015 Facility and Staff Research Presentation conducted at the LC Audio-visual Room on February 14.

Research in varied forms and varied fields were introduced by faculty and staff researchers of Lorma Colleges. The researches were on the fields of Information Technology, Nursing, Pharmacy, Education and Culture that were qualified in renowned national and international conferences.

The first presented was “Multi Exit Configuration of Mesoscopic Pedestrian Simulation” by Mr. Allan R. Lao, CCSE faculty. Mr. Christian T. Montemayor, CAS Faculty and Research Coordinator then  presented his study on “The Roles of Lalakayen in Local Conflicts Settlement.”

Meanwhile, the study “Fourth Year Student Nurses’ Compliance to Universal Precautions,” was discussed by Lenie A. Buccat, CON Faculty and Research Coordinator. Also by another CON faculty was the research entitled “Antibacterial of Sineguelas Bark Against Streptococus Pyogens.”

Claiming that they applied learning theories in their research, Grace G. Nabanalan, CAS Faculty  presented “The Dyadic Method of Teaching Trigonometry”.

Qualified to the National Climate Change Conference was “Disaster Preparedness: looking through the Lens of Selected Hospitals in San Fernando City, La Union” presented by Melquaides Ancheta, CON Faculty. Aurelio M. Maniego, CON Faculty  presented “Compliance of Mother Beneficiaries to the Conditionalities of 4P’s in Bacnotan, La Union.”

“The effect of Solanum Melongena Syrup in Acetic Acid-Induced Algesia on Mice,” was presented by Ellen Mae P. Abiqui, College of Pharmacy Faculty.

The lone faculty from the Basic Education Department Fernando P. Oringo emphasized the importance of culture in his research entitled, “The Ilocano Culture of English Language Teaching.”

With a total of nine researches presented, some were performed by students, most were done by faculty members while several were a collaboration of both. In the research presentation held, a representative of one faculty researcher for each study discussed their findings.



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