The “Students’ Corner” is a venue to showcase our students’ outputs as they learn about demographic concepts and methodologies and how these can contribute to understanding social issues and conditions. At the end of each semester, the UPPI faculty members pick the best submissions: posters, opinion pieces, research papers, and more.
This selection also includes works of undergraduate students who enrolled in Demo 1: Population Studies in the Contemporary World, UPPI's first GE course, offered since AY 2020-2021.
|DEMO 297.1||The irony of “eco-friendly” products: Are we really helping the planet?||Amabelle C. Quendangan||1st Sem AY 21-22|
|DEMO 1||Reflection on Pregnancy and Births||Justine V. Rivera||1st Sem AY 21-22|
|DEMO 1||Reflection on Migration||Zoe Ezra B. Huertas||1st Sem AY 21-22|
|DEMO 297.1||Disasters are ageist, is DRRM too?||Katrina R. Guanio||1st Sem AY 20-21|
|DEMO 211||Typical Family in Region V: 2015||Anna Amalia B. Vibar||1st Sem AY 20-21|
|DEMO 211||Region II (Cagayan Valley) Population Profile||Amabelle C. Quendangan||1st Sem AY 20-21|
|DEMO 211||Demographic Characteristics of Region IV-A: CALABARZON||Charl Andrew P. Bautista||1st Sem AY 20-21|