by: L. Munalim | posted May 23, 2022
Undergraduate students from the four academic units of the Philippine Women’s University (PWU) will now see their professors and classmates physically hopefully starting this month of May 2022, following the successful ocular visit of the Manila Health Department on the readiness of PWU to conduct expanded face-to-face classes.
School of Pharmacy, School of Music, School of Fine Arts and Design, and Campus Life/Sports are set to conduct limited in-person classes within the ongoing third trimester of the academic year 2021-2022.
“The inspection for expanded F2F classes was a breeze. Dr. Laya shall issue the certification on Monday (May 22, 2022),” Mr. Sherwin Toriano heralded the good news to the PWU President, Chancellor/SVPAA, Deans, and Program Chairs.
Last February 2022, the School of Nursing and School of Medical Technology successfully piloted limited face-to-face classes, whose pilot conduct serves as the model for all of the units of the University.
As recalled, PWU held a stakeholders’ general assembly on May 12, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. via Google Meet and YouTube. Breakout sessions were also conducted for elaborate orientation on each of the Schools’ protocols.
Those who missed the stakeholders’ meeting may watch this
video: YouTube Link
All academic units of the University are likely to conduct limited in-person classes starting the first trimester of academic year 2022-2023 which commence in August 2022. The implementation will follow specific clustering of general education, professional, and practicum courses.
Heads of the Limited F2F Committee are Mr. Sherwin Toriano and Dr. Minerva De Ala.
Expanded Limited Face-to-Face Classes
Office of the President Memo #053 SY 2021-2022 – May 20, 2022
The expanded Limited face-to-face classes for our Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Bachelor of Science in Interior Design, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music, Campus Life and Sports have been approved during the inspection yesterday of representatives from the Manila Health Department headed by Dr. Jonathan P. Laya and LGU headed by Barangay Chairwoman Ms. Margie Reyna.
I would like to extend my heartfelt congratulations and gratitude to the Deans and Program Chairs of the four programs: Mr. Mark Harvey Adamson, Ms. Josephine Turalba, Dr. Earl Clarence Jimenez, Ms. Marielle B. Javellana, the members of the Crisis Management Committee and most especially to Mr. Sherwin B. Toriano and Dr. Minerva De Ala, Chair and Co-Chair of the Limited Face-to-Face Committee, who have been working hard to ensure our compliance.
Thank you also to the Administration team headed by VP Marilou Mirasol, Sandro Cariño, the Media Center team headed by Robert Tomas, the MSDC team headed by Dr. Nini Lim and Dr. Gina Marie Quiro together with all the support staff.
Congratulations and we look forward to soon having more of our students back on campus safely.
Marco Alfredo M. Benitez