RCPD


RESEARCH CENTER FOR PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

VISION

The Center for Research, Planning and Development is envisioned to create a research climate among Faculty, Academic Non-Teaching Faculty (ANTF) and Students; to promote and undertake quality research, development programs, projects and institutional planning in order to set the operation of the various departments and the different academic units in place; and to help determine and develop a niche as an Augustinian Recollect academic institution.

MISSION

To publish quality researches of Faculty, Academic Non-Teaching Faculty (ANTF) and Students on a regular and continuing basis, review existing policies, guidelines and programs on research. To assist the school administration in conducting yearly planning activities in order to draw up yearly plans and the 5- year development plans of each unit/department and conduct monitoring activities as well, suggest ways to improve school operation, and help establish local and international tie ups/linkages.

INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH OBJECTIVES

Guided by its Life Purpose, Vision and Mission, San Sebastian College – Recoletos, Manila commits itself:

a.To create a research climate within the school as we promote and undertake research and development programs and

b.projects to serve the community.

c.To institute capability – building Program. Programs for enabling the faculty and research staff and to enhance their acquired competencies will be systematically scheduled.

d.To craft a classroom built – in research program. Faculty members shall be required to embed simple research activities in their classroom teaching methodologies. They will introduce start-up research activities in all subjects

e.taught.

f.To develop student research program. Students shall be persuaded to develop their interest, enthusiasm, and

g.inclination towards research.

TEN-POINT PROGRAM OF ACTION

The following ten-point program is the College’s program of action to improve the SSC-R, Manila’s research capabilities.

1.SSC-R, Manila adopts the accepted principles of the Commission on Higher Education, and adheres to the Ten-Year National Higher Education Research Agenda.

2.The Administration, upon the approval of the institutional research guidelines and policies, ensures that the academic environment nurtures and supports faculty and student research talents and commits to the development of every individual researcher.

3.The RCPD, through the Institutional Research Council, conducts research training, seminars on research writing, and related activities to generate interest and awareness among the members of the SSC-R academic community.

4.The College endorses several possible options for realistic and appropriate incentives to motivate researchers. These include cash incentives, deloading of teaching assignments, and sabbatical leaves, among others.

5.RCPD supports the publication of quality researches and wider dissemination of research outputs through the publication of the SSC-R Faculty Research Journal, the SSCR ANTF Research Digest and the SSC-R Student Research Gazette.

6.The College provides honorarium to all contributors whose research works are published in the SSC-R Faculty Research Journal/ANTF Research Digest.

7.The Research Council encourages faculty members to attend the monthly research seminars sponsored by the DLSU CHED-Zonal Research Center and other research symposia.

8.The College, through CRPD, institutionalizes the creation of a research climate within the school so as to promote and undertake research and development programs while being guided by the College’s Research Policies and Procedures.

9.The College makes available the use of the school’s facilities to all faculty members undertaking research.

10.RCPD makes available the services of Research Assistants to all faculty members undertaking research, thereby providing guidance throughout the research process.

THE INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL

The Institutional Research Council (IRC) coordinates and helps set standards on all matters pertaining to student research
such as undergraduate thesis writing, and faculty research requirements.

THE INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL MEMBERS

Ms. Ethel Cruz
Ms. Sherlita Mendoza
Ms. Leoniza Pineda
Ms. Rachel Dimaandal
Ms. Merle Salmorin
Ms. Eileen Fernandez
Ms. Cristy Tañedo
Ms. Anunciacion Peñascoza
Mr. Renante Pagala
Atty. Ryan Rey S. Quilala

THE INSTITUTIONAL PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

The Institutional Planning and Development Council (IPDC) coordinates and helps in overseeing the operations of the different departments or units by making recommendations and proposals as regards to policy, guidelines, planning and other related or similarly situated activities.

THE INSTITUTIONAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
COUNCIL MEMBERS

Rev. Fr. Leander Barrot, OAR
Rev. Fr. Christopher Maspara, OAR
Rev. Fr. Cristituto Palomar, OAR
Dr. Vaughn Buaquiña
Dr. Lolita De Guzman
Atty. Willard Riano
Dr. Corazon Reyes
Ms. Cristina Aliwalas
Mr. Leonardo Buñag
Atty. Ramon Alzona, Jr.
Ms. Linda Apa-ap
Ms. Jane Bautista
Dra. Zaela Mailom
Ms. Charlene Santos
Mr. Albert Danan
Ms. Ceres Alcantara
Mr. Arnold Elima
Mr. Francisco Gusi
Ms. Olga Paguia
Mr. Ramon Montierro

INSTITUTIONAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OBJECTIVES

Guided by its Life Purpose, Vision and Mission, San Sebastian College – Recoletos, Manila commits itself:

1.To facilitate growth and development through efficient and effective planning, formulation of policies and coordination with the Institutional Research Council and the different offices of the college.
2.To undertake research that contributes towards program and policy formulation, which seeks to attain sustainable and equitable planning and development in San Sebastian College-Recoletos, Manila.

THE FACULTY RESEARCH JOURNAL

An indispensable component in a school’s research infrastructure is the publication of researches on a continuing basis. Thus, the SSC-R Manila research publications shall be on a semestral basis. A quality control system shall be adopted to ensure that only worthwhile and meritorious research outputs are included in these publications.

They shall serve as one avenue to widen the dissemination of research findings so that audiences and other interested researchers are reached. The said publications shall be multi-disciplinary and inter-collegial in nature. Preference shall be given to research papers with widespread scholarship and intellectual appeal. Authors of published papers shall be given an honorarium, and a certificate of recognition.

THE QUESTERS

An Official Publication of the Academic Non-Teaching Faculty (ANTF) of San Sebastian College – Recoletos, Manila. The “QUESTERS” is taken from the root word “quest” which means the act of seeking; a looking for something and also the person or persons making the search. It stands for the group of dynamic, prolific and goal-oriented batch of researchers from the Academic Non-Teaching Faculty (ANTF).

THE STUDENT RESEARCH GAZETTE

A research exposure that extends a special invitation to student researchers to join other undergraduates and research scientists from San Sebastian College – Recoletos, Manila. Outstanding research presentations will receive recognition to include monetary awards.

Administrative Officer
Dr. Vaughn Elwyn S. Buaquiña
Director

Staff:
Mrs. Imee Cabrido Monte, MBA

 
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