The UP Population Institute (UPPI) is calling on alumni and friends to continue supporting the “UPPI Alumni Book Grant”, recently renamed as “UPPI Academic Excellence Award”, an award established in 2014 during the 50th Anniversary of the establishment of UPPI. The award aims to inspire UPPI students towards academic excellence.
A ‘First’ in the History of the Award
Ms. Jaycel “Yeng” C. Hurley
Ms. Jaycel “Yeng” C. Hurley, a Master in Population Studies (MPoPs) student, bagged the UPPI Alumni Book Grant for the second semester of academic year (AY) 2015-2016.
The University of the Philippines Population Institute (UPPI) is undertaking an assessment of the government’s modified conditional cash transfer program (MCCT) for Indigenous Peoples in Geographically Isolated and Disadvantaged Areas (GIDA).
The Erasmus+ exchange student participants
(Clockwise from rear left) Charmaine T. Perez, Elisabeth Henriet, and Celeste H. Hermida
The University of the Philippines Diliman, through the UP Population Institute (UPPI), has inked an agreement to participate in an academic exchange program with the University of Namur Department of Geography in Belgium.
Mr. Michael Dominic Del Mundo
UPPI Master in Demography (MADEM 2015) graduate Michael Dominic del Mundo has been accepted into the PhD programme of the Social Statistics and Demography at the University of Southampton, United Kingdom.
UPPI EXPLORES PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT ON ADOLESCENT HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT
Parental Involvement in Adolescent Health and Development
Ms. Bernice Kuang
From left: Dr. Maria Midea M. Kabamalan, Ms. Klarriness Tanalgo, and Assoc. Prof. Maria Paz N. Marquez
Ms. Klarriness Tanalgo, a Master in Population Studies (MPoPs) student, bagged the UPPI Alumni Book Grant for the first semester of academic year (AY) 2015-2016.