HCPI inks partnership with HAU
August 4, 2022

A partnership between Holy Angel University (HAU) and Health Carousel Philippines (HCPI) is strengthened thru a ceremonial signing of the memorandum of agreement (MOA) on August 04, 2022. Dubbed as Light the Way: Scholarship Program for Graduate Degree in Nursing, HCPI spearheads this capacity-building program for nursing educators in which the HAU is the first HEI-beneficiary.

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CCJEF Welcomes Students in General Assembly for School Year 2022-2023
August 1, 2022

After more than a week from the opening of the classes of the school year 2022-2023, the College of Criminal Justice Education and Forensics (CCJEF) held its face-to-face General Assembly, last July 29, 2022, Friday at the HAU University Theater. The event started with the welcome message of the dean, Dr. Niño M. Kabiling, who left an inspirational message to the Panthers and parents who attended the said event.

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HAU Renews Partnership with ABC’s for Global Health
July 20, 2022

The University renewed its partnership with ABC’s for Global Health through the signing of memorandum of understanding on June 24, 2022. Signing for HAU were its OIC - University President Mr. Leopoldo Jaime N. Valdes along with the OIC Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Al Biag who was then Dean of the School of Nursing and Allied Medical Sciences (SNAMS), the Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) Dr. Janette Rodriguez, and the Director of the Institute for Christian Formation and Social Integration Ms. Norilyn M. Pineda. Likewise, Dr. Julieta Gabiola and Dr. Arthur Gallo signed on behalf of ABC’s for Global Health in their capacities as CEO/Founder and Chief Medical Officer respectively

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July 12, 2022

21 year-old Kayla Noelle Sanchez, fresh from her FINA World Swimming Championship Games in Budapest where she won 2 medals with the Canadian relay team, returned to the Philippines to officially join the Philippine National Swimming team, under the Philippine Swimming Inc, headed by presidentLani Velasco. She was released from Swimming Canada after expressing her desire to swim for the country. “I’ve always been really proud of my Filipino heritage,” she said. “I needed to make this really difficult decision for myself and my family to take this opportunity to represent the Philippines. I want to help inspire people that are like me to swim and get into the sport.”

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