Christmas message of Vice Chancellor for Academics
December 20, 2019 | 2:15 pm
Christmas will always be as long as we stand heart to heart and hand in hand.
– Dr. Seuss
Things do happen for reasons. Reasons, which are sometimes beyond our imaginations and expectations. Year 2019 has been a year of opportunities, possibilities and achievements for De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute. In 2015, together, we all set our One Direction: Our 20/20 Vision. After five (5) years, we have received two (2) of the most important laurels a tertiary educational institution can ever have: AUTONOMOUS STATUS AND AUN-QA ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP.
My sincerest gratitude and appreciation for all your support to the Academics of De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute.
Together and by Association, let us all be optimistic that 2020 shall be another blessed and fruitful year for all of us Lasallians who believe that “With God, everything is possible”.
Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!
Animo La Salle!
At your service,
Juanito O. Cabanias, LPT, MAE, PhD
Academics gathers together for first Thanksgiving Celebration
Magic filled the DLS Animo Center on December 18, 2019 as Academics celebrated its Thanksgiving 2019 featuring well-loved Disney films. The Colleges and Services dressed up in their most creative, colorful and original costumes to portray the key characters and scenes in their assigned Disney films such as Moana, The Little Mermaid, Toy Story, Brave, Beauty and the Beast, Peter Pan, Frozen, Aladdin, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Up, Pocahontas, Mulan, Cinderella, and Alice in Wonderland A first in the history of the Academics, this Thanksgiving Celebration turned out to be a memorable and fun way to appreciate the blessings of 2019, celebrate Christmas and enjoy the company of colleagues with food, games, raffle, prizes and music.
Best in Costume Group Category
First Place: College of Rehabilitation Sciences – Frozen
Second Place: College of Medical Imaging and Therapy – Beauty and the Beast
Third Place: Graduate Studies in Medical and Health Sciences and College of Nursing
Best in Costume Individual Category
First Place: Shirley A. Terencio, RN, MPA, PhD as Queen of Hearts
Second Place: Jose Royce P. Aledia, RGC as Russell
Third Place: Sigfredo B. Mata, RPh as Tiger Lily
Group Category First Place: College of Rehabilitation Sciences – Frozen
Group Category Second Place: College of Medical Imaging and Therapy – Beauty and the Beast
Group Category Third Place: Graduate Studies in Medical and Health Sciences and College of Nursing – Moana
Individual Category First Place: Shirley A. Terencio, RN, MPA, PhD as Queen of Hearts (8th from left); Second Place: Jose Royce P. Aledia, RGC as Russell (9th from left); Third Place: Sigfredo B. Mata, RPh as Tiger Lily (6th from right)
Nursing graduates record outstanding performance in recent licensure examination
DLSMHSI College of Nursing posted a 100% passing rate in the November 2019 Nurse Licensure Examination. It also ranked Number 1 among the top performing schools. Congratulations to the Dean, Administrators, Academic Teaching Faculty, Academic Service Faculty, Non-Teaching Personnel, and the new Lasallian nurses!
Special Health Sciences Senior High School (SHSSHS) students win in different competitions
DLSMHSI Robotics Club competed against 32 teams and bagged the Bronze Medal Award – 4th Place in the SumoBot Senior Category during the Data Science and Technology Corporation – Robotics Competition – Fr. Nolan’s Cup 2019 held at the Manila Cathedral School on November 23, 2019. Congratulations to the team composed of SHSSHS students Mark Daniel Perlas, Genesis Martinez, Francis Kyle Regino Serrano, Daniella Joy Celda, Denric Jasper Sarmiento and Kayla Reyes and the Center for Innovative Education and Technology Integration Director Marlon Gado, Coach Rolly Capistrano, Mr. Joshiko Velasco and Mr. Jonathan Padua.
Photo by Rolly Capistrano.
The team of SHSSHS students won 2nd Runner-Up during the Advanced Science Quiz Show held on December 5, 2019 at Malayan Colleges Laguna. Grade 12 students Sean Carlo Francisco, Alec Denver Alindao, Kathleene Nicole Perez, and Sandra Nicole Rivera with coaches Ms. Pauline Cueno, Mr. Jose Isaak Calamlam and Mr. Gabriel Ian Guiao competed against students from 105 schools and succeeded in taking home the coveted award.
Photo from SHSSHS
July 27, 2019 | 8:52 am