Nuclear Energy

SLU SEA and DOE organize 2024 Symposium of Nuclear Energy 

To raise awareness on the Nuclear Industry in the Philippines, Saint Louis University’s (SLU) School of Architecture and Engineering, in partnership with the Nuclear Energy Program Inter-Agency Committee (NEP-AC) Subcommittee 4- Human Resource Infrastructure from the Department of Energy (DOE), hosted the Nuclear Energy Summit on 8 May 2024 at the Fr. Francis Gevers Hall, Diego Silang Building, SLU Main Campus. 

SLU-SOM Rotaract Club conducts Outreach Program in Itogon Benguet

On 23 March 2024, the SLU-SOM Rotaract Club of Baguio embarked on a noble mission to provide essential healthcare services and promote education in the heart of Benguet, Philippines. Spearheading a Medical Outreach program at Gold Creek Elementary School in Ucab, Itogon, the club showcased the power of collaborative efforts in uplifting communities and addressing fundamental needs.

Rotaract Club conducts hands only CPR training with Philippine Heart Association Baguio-Benguet

In celebration of Heart Month, the Rotaract Club of Baguio SLU-School of Medicine holds a hands only CPR Training in partnership with the Philippine Heart Association Baguio-Benguet Chapter on 18 February 2024 at the Beneco Function Hall. This training aimed to empower individuals with the lifesaving skills needed to respond effectively to cardiac emergencies.

Empowering Communities: SEA-SLU and Local Partners illuminate path to progress with Solar-Powered Street Lamp Initiative

In a collaborative effort of Saint Louis University, the School of Engineering and Architecture (SEA), Electrical Engineering Department, under the Community Extension and Outreach Programs Office (CEOPO) with the Parish Pastoral Council of the SLU Saint Aloysius Gonzaga Parish, spearheaded a transformative project aimed at enhancing safety and sustainability within Barangay Happy Hollow, Baguio City…

DOST CARTS

Towards “Improving the Livelihood of MSMEs through Cable-Supported Water and Transport Infrastructure”: DOST Secretary and Execom visit SLU

The Secretary of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Dr. Renato U. Solidum, Jr., along with the members of DOST Executive Committee graced Saint Louis University with their presence on 11 January 2023 at the Fr. Francis Gevers Hall to visit the approved DOST-assisted and DOST-Grants-in-Aid-funded project (DOST GIA), “Improving the livelihood of MSMEs through Cable Supported Water and Transport Infrastructure.” 

Food Upcycling Project

SLU UNRIC through the VLIR UOS Food Upcycling Project conducts research and food upcycling training session

In line with Saint Louis University’s commitment to sustainability that goes beyond academic pursuits, its University Research and Innovation Center (UnRIC) conducted a training session titled “Beyond Limits: Unleashing the Boundaries of Research and Innovation for Maximum Impact” on 10 January 2024 that centered on the importance of research publication and innovation in sustainable gastronomy and food upcycling. 

DOST-NICER Program

SLU to support and provide assistance for cable-supported irrigation pipeline for Batwag, Ambongdolan, Tublay through DOST-NICER Program

Through the DOST-NICER Program, Saint Louis University, in collaboration with the LGU of Tublay specifically in Barangay Ambongdolan, will provide technical support and assistance to develop and install cable supported structures and system intended for irrigation and transportation of agricultural products to foster the needs of farmers, assess existing cable-supported infrastructure and mapping of the identified pilot sites, design and fabricate an enhanced cable-supported water and transport infrastructure and install and conduct actual performance testing of the deployed cable-supported infrastructure.