SLU BEdS Harvests First Hydroponics Gardening Produce

In response to Laudato Si Goals 1 (Response to the Cry of the Earth) and 3 (Ecological Economics), aligned with the CICM Advocacies on Justice and Integrity of Creation, and in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2 (Zero Hunger), 3 (Good Health and Well-being), and 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities), Saint Louis University – Basic Education School (SLU BEdS) has successfully harvested its first produce from its Hydroponics Gardening Project. This milestone, achieved on May 31, 2024, was made possible under the leadership of Rev. Fr. Gilbert B. Sales, the guidance of Dr. Joselito C. Gutierrez, and the unwavering support of Mr. Alejandro P. Pablico.

Rotaract Club scales new heights of service with “Adyo sa Baguio” Outreach Program

In the pursuit of continuously uplifting the lives of indigenous communities, the Rotaract Club of Baguio-School of Medicine, in partnership with the Rotaract Club of Imus, embarked on an outreach program titled “Adyo sa Baguio.” Held amidst the picturesque mountains of the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR), specifically in Baguio City, this initiative unfolded on 3…


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.