A UP Diliman (UPD) graduate made it to the top ten of the August 2018 Mechanical Engineer Licensure Exam held last August 25 and 26, 2018.
John Paulo O. Castro, a BS Mechanical Engineering graduate from the UP College of Engineering, landed at the 9th spot with the rating of 91.20%. This year, 38 of 43 UPD Department of Mechanical Engineering graduates took and passed the licensure exam giving the UPD an 88.37% passing rate. (more…)
Philippine Engineering Journal Vol. 39 issue is out! (more…)
On 15-16 June 2018, the UP College of Engineering (UPCOE) Faculty Conference on Engineering Education Innovation, with the theme “Teaching Innovations in Engineering,” was held at the Oriental Hotel in Mariveles, Bataan. The two-day conference became a platform to address concerns in view of the current curricular changes in Engineering Education and the evolving needs of the student body, and in consideration of the dynamic nature of engineering processes and research. The conference was designed to reequip faculty members with teaching innovations that will assist them in pursuing the College’s tradition of excellence in teaching through the sharing of best practices. The conference was attended by more than one hundred faculty members, who are instructors, assistant professors, associate professors, and professors.
By Benito M. Pacheco
25 June 2018
Maligayang bati sa bawat isang nagtapos sa Class of 2018!
Salamat po, Dean at mga kapwa faculty, sa paanyayang ito.
At salamat po sa inyong pagdalo, mga mahal sa buhay.
Salamat din po sa pagpapakilala sa akin at aking pamilya.
Dear Graduate, happy are you for a number of good reasons. Your family members are excited about your degree, such as: BS Civil Engineering, wow, the best! LOL. Or your loved ones are very glad that you graduated from UP, not the other school! LOL. Or they are very happy that you graduated, finally, period!
Sa aming naunang henerasyon ng UP engineering graduates, mas maraming summa: sumasabit; mayroon ding magna: magna-nine years; walang cum: kumokopya… LOL.
Now you already conquered the terror that was.
Please own this achievement, Dear Graduate.
And at this time, feel free to get up on your feet and applaud your guardians and loved ones…
This is one of the many ways that you may thank them, for motivating you to come this far. (more…)
To the students, professors, parents, and guests, to our very own Dean, Dr. Rizalinda De
Leon and to our honored guest, Dr. Benito Pacheco, good afternoon! To the graduating class
of 2018, congratulations and a job well done to everyone! It has been one hell of a journey,
and we have reached the end of a very long segment of our lives. ‘Tapos na ang mga majors,
mga thesis consultations, mga design projects, mga GE, at mga Engineering Science subjects
natin’. I am sure everyone of us has been reminiscing, relaxing, or even partying during the
past days as a reward for the diligence everyone has exhibited in the past years. You deserve
The past days have been very interesting for me. Days before graduation, just after my
weighted average grade was announced – I was flooded with the following questions from my
friends, family members, acquaintances, and even strangers – ‘di ka na po ba natutulog
kaaaral’, ‘isa kang idolo – how to be you po’, ‘ang galing mo siguro mag-manage ng time
and stress, ang sabi sa akin’. From there, I instantly understood that the image of a perfect,
flawless student was being projected on me. “Sa utak-utak ko, iniisip ko – ganoon ba akong
klaseng mag-aaral? Ngunit kilala ko naman sarili ko at alam kong hindi talaga ako ang
estudyanteng nasa isip nila.’ (more…)