SLU MinES puts together “EM-Chanted in MinES” celebrating Valentine’s Day with engaging booth and activities

In celebration of Valentine’s day, the Saint Louis University Mining Engineering Society (SLU MinES) crafted and set in motion their Valentine’s booth entitled “EM-Chanted in MinEs”, which commenced on 12, 13, and 15 of February 2024. The booth was stationed in front of the Mining Engineering Laboratory (H400B) at the SLU Main Campus, offering engaging games and activities for the students to enjoy.

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…

SLU MINES conducts “EMergency” First-Aid Training Program with CDRRMO

The three-day First-Aid Training program “EMergency: Mining Engineering Student’s First-Aid Training” commenced on 2 February 2024, organized and supervised by the SLU Mining Engineering Society (SLU MINES) with the help of City Disaster and Risk Reduction and Management Office of Baguio City (CDRRMMO). The training program was conducted to emphasize the importance and implementation of…


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.” 

SLU CEOPO at Happy Hollow

SEA-EE with SLU CEOPO Conducts Pre-Evaluation Activity for Solar-Powered Street Lamps in Barangay Happy Hollow

The Electrical Engineering (EE) Department of Saint Louis University School of Engineering and Architecture has taken a step towards addressing the safety concerns of Barangay Happy Hollow residents by conducting a pre-test assessment survey for the extension program, “Exploring the Use of Economical and Solar-Powered Street Lamps.”