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15 SMU Faculty & Students Present Papers in ICMEP 2009 Parallel Sessions
By: Dr. Cristina G. Gallato, CPA
Dean, School of Business

Several faculty members and students from the School of Business, School of Engineering and Architecture, School of Computing Sciences and Information Technology, School of Education, School of Public Administration and Governance and the Research Center have presented their respective papers during the International Conference on Management Education and Practice (ICMEP 2009). The following is a list of faculty members and their respective papers presented per track:

Track 1 – Business Practice Issues (AP202)

Mrs. Mayvelyn S. CovitaMr. Edwin GonzalesMr. Miguel M. Jubay Jr
Mrs. Mayvelyn S. Covita. Factors Influencing the Location Decisions of Selected Investors at Special Economic and Freeport Zone. (Faculty, School of Business)

Mr. Edwin Gonzales. OPENBRAVO ERP: A Free and Open Source Alternative to Commercial Business Software. (Director, Computer and Information Systems Office)

Mr. Miguel M. Jubay Jr. NVAT and FAME: A Dual Model for Entre-Governance. (Provincial Planning and Development Officer, Province of Nueva Vizcaya, Provincial Capitol, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines)

Track 2 – Management of Technologies (AP 203)

Engr. Myrna B. GrospeEngr. Rodel V. MedestomasDr. Teresita L. Reyes
Engr. Myrna B. Grospe. Properties of Stabilized Compressed Earth Blocks Made from Soils in Nueva Vizcaya, (Dept. Head, Civil Engineering and Architecture, School of Engineering and Architecture).

Engr. Rodel V. Medestomas . Construction Planning for Mass Housing Using Tilt-Up Concrete Technology: A Design-Build Procurement Approach. (Graduate Programs Head, School of Engineering and Architecture)

Dr. Teresita L. Reyes, CE. Causes of Congestion on the Surrounding Streets of Solano Public Market and the Corresponding Generic Solutions. (Dean, School of Engineering and Architecture)

Track 3 - Corporate Social Responsibility Issues (AP 301)

Dr. Bonifacio V. RamosDr. Efren B. MateoMicah Ryan B. Ramel
Dr. Bonifacio V. Ramos (Research Director), Dr. Efren B. Mateo (Asst. Research Director), and Micah Ryan B. Ramel (Faculty, School of Business/ Staff, IKAT). Citizen-Led, Citizen-Responsive, Citizen-Owned Governance Through the Bridging Leadership Framework: The Experience of Two Municipalities in Northern Luzon, Philippines.

Mr. Oliver Santos, BSPA 4Mrs. Caroline M. AcostaMr. Oliver Santos, BSPA 4, Mrs. Caroline M. Acosta, (Asst. GPH, School of Business) et al. A Preliminary Survey on the Political Significance and Socio-Economic Effects of the Tiangge sa Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines.



Track 4 - Management & Business Education Issues (Aula Maria)

Rev. Fr. Victor Abijay
Rev. Fr. Victor Abijay, & Rev. Fr. Romulo Felix (Ph D students, SMU) The Church and State Report: Issues on Educational Management. Diocese of Bayombong, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines.






Mrs. Caroline M. AcostaDr. Cristina G. Gallato, CPADr. John Octavios S. Palina
Mrs. Caroline M. Acosta. The Student Study Group Program of a Catholic University in the Philippines: To What Extent Has it Helped the Students in Business? (Asst. Graduate Programs Head, School of Business)

Dr. Cristina G. Gallato, CPA. Delivery of Business Education Through TLS DDM. (Dean, School of Business).

Dr. John Octavios S. Palina . Online Learning and Distance Education (OLDE) for the Graduate Programs in Business of a Catholic Higher Education Institution: Some Prospects and Issues. (VP-Administration, SMU)
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