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Albay triumphs as University Researcher of the Year

Albay triumphs as University Researcher of the Year

Dr. Eduard Albay, a Mathematics instructor of the College of Arts and Sciences was named as the University’s Researcher of the Year during the 36th Foundation Celebration of the University.

“Just work and excel in everything you do. Do not work to be recognized,” said Dr. Albay in a cyber interview with the Forum.

According to Dr. Albay, the following are the considerations that an applicant for the award should have: (a) on – going research/es, (b)  a terminal report of a completed research study within the period of evaluation, (c) published research articles in refereed journals (local to international), (d) presentation of research output in various research conferences, (e) published scientific and research based articles and book as a product of research. Plus factors are as follows: (a) Research related awards received, (b) Services as lecturer, speaker, or evaluator in research, (c) number of ongoing researches, and (d) copyrighted research.

However, as an entry requirement, a contender must have submitted a terminal report of the completed research study within the period of evaluation and should have gained at least 70 points during the campus evaluation.

Dr. Albay shared that there were six of them who vied for the title. The other contenders were from MLUC, NLUC, OUS, NARTDI, and SRDI. The vice – president for research and extension and the director of research were among the panel of evaluators.

   “There [were] no special preparations made because the College [has been] doing what is in the criteria even before. I think that’s something that we can say as an edge for anyone from CAS who will be competing for the Researcher of the Year award,” Dr. Albay stated.

   “Get involved in the research. It is through research where you can solve and understand social issues and concerns. It’s research that will provide help to improve the quality of life of the community people. For teachers  it would help in enhancing our research involvement if we  recognize that research is one of our functions as part of the HEI especially DMMMSU,” Dr. Albay said when asked to give a message.

Article by Christine Marie de Guzman

Dr. Eduard Albay, a Mathematics instructor of the College of Arts and Sciences was named as the University’s Researcher of the Year during the 36th Foundation Celebration of the University.

“Just work and excel in everything you do. Do not work to be recognized,” said Dr. Albay in a cyber interview with the Forum.

According to Dr. Albay, the following are the considerations that an applicant for the award should have: (a) on – going research/es, (b)  a terminal report of a completed research study within the period of evaluation, (c) published research articles in refereed journals (local to international), (d) presentation of research output in various research conferences, (e) published scientific and research based articles and book as a product of research. Plus factors are as follows: (a) Research related awards received, (b) Services as lecturer, speaker, or evaluator in research, (c) number of ongoing researches, and (d) copyrighted research.

However, as an entry requirement, a contender must have submitted a terminal report of the completed research study within the period of evaluation and should have gained at least 70 points during the campus evaluation.

Dr. Albay shared that there were six of them who vied for the title. The other contenders were from MLUC, NLUC, OUS, NARTDI, and SRDI. The vice – president for research and extension and the director of research were among the panel of evaluators.

   “There [were] no special preparations made because the College [has been] doing what is in the criteria even before. I think that’s something that we can say as an edge for anyone from CAS who will be competing for the Researcher of the Year award,” Dr. Albay stated.

   “Get involved in the research. It is through research where you can solve and understand social issues and concerns. It’s research that will provide help to improve the quality of life of the community people. For teachers  it would help in enhancing our research involvement if we  recognize that research is one of our functions as part of the HEI especially DMMMSU,” Dr. Albay said when asked to give a message.

Article by Christine Marie de Guzman

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