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Regadio Cited for Best Paper at DLSU Research Congress, Presents Study Findings at Mahidol University

SDRC Research Apprentice Crisanto Q. Regadio Jr. made two significant research presentations during the third term of AY 2014-2015. The first was for a paper he co-authored with Angelo King Institute for Economic and Business Study Director Dr. Tereso S. Tullao, Jr. entitled “The Role of the Government in Enhancing Research Productivity of SUCs and Private HEIs in the Philippines,” which was cited as the best paper presentation during the 2015 DLSU Research Congress held at the Henry Sy, Sr. Hall from March 2 to 4. With this year’s theme of  “#Research for Sustainable Future,” the Research Congress acknowledged the presentation of Regadio and Tullao, which speculated on the conjecture between the concepts research and development (R&D), R&D as public good, and R&D financing. The R&D contribution from private HEIs and the optimization of R&D productivity of SUCs in the Philippines are both important components in the production of knowledge, innovation and technology and the over-all economic development of a developing country. The presentation reviewed R&D funding of SUCs provided in the General Appropriations Act of fiscal years 2011 to 2014, and also examined the R&D productivity of SUCs through the self-reported R&D productivity provided in GAA 2014 and in an affiliation search on the Scopus on-line database.

Two weeks later, Regadio presented another paper entitled “The Educational Experiences and Identity Formation Among Muslim High School Students in Cotabato City, Mindanao, Philippines” during the 2nd International Conference on Innovation in Education (ICIE 2015) held from March 16 to 18 at Mahidol University, Thailand. Given that the school, which is part of the microsystem of the child, plays a significant role in shaping adolescent identity formation, Regadio’s paper aimed to show how educational experiences have influenced the identity construction of young Muslims in Cotabato City in Mindanao, with particular focus on ethno-religious and ethno-national identities. The study posited that an assessment of how such experiences affect identity formation could lead to an understanding of the significant role of the school in the formation of the youths’ commitment to and exploration of their ethnic, religious and national identity. The paper was intended to substantiate or assess the educational policy of the national government to integrate madrasah education in public secondary school in the Philippines, in the hope of promoting a strong commitment to ethno-religious nationalism as a Filipino among Muslim youth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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