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4 SNAMS graduate students' theses, proposals defended via Zoom

Through Zoom web conferencing, four graduate students of the School of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences presented and orally defended their thesis or dissertation between March 20 to April 15, 2020.


Having successfully defended their research, Allan Manaloto (PhD in Nursing Education), Katherine Roque and John Paul Oronan (MS in Nursing, Major in Adult Health Nursing) are now candidates for graduation. Furthermore, Jan Glendell Calma (MS Radiologic Technology) presented his research proposal.


They were evaluated by Graduate School faculty panelists Dr. Roberto Sombillo, Dr. Jenneth Sarmiento, Dr. Elmer Bondoc, Dr. Lucila Sunga, Dr. Jonathan Cura, and Dr. John Federick Yap. Joining in the videoconference were two Graduate School research advisers: Dr. Al Biag and Dr. Maria Cynthia Leigh, a professorial guest lecturer from Australia. Also in the conference was Graduate Program Coordinator Dr. Jose Henry Lansangan.


Dr. Precious Jean Marquez and Asst. Prof. Noriel Calaguas facilitated the online discourse, in which the latter created protocols and guidelines for circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Date Posted: 05-19-2020