29 November 2021
Five out of the 20 featured beneficiaries of DOST-SEI in its various programs—from scholarships, STEM promotions, and teacher trainings—narrated their stories during the virtual launch of the coffee table book entitled “Ripples: Transformations Beyond Science” held on Nov. 26 as part of the 2021 National Science and Technology Week (NSTW)
Anybody from any walk of life can be—and benefit from being—a science scholar. This is the main message of a new coffee table book launched by the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) in partnership with the Philippine Social Science Council (PSSC) as part of this year’s National Science and Technology Week (NSTW).
Entitled, Ripples: Transformations Beyond Science, the volume highlights the value of science scholarships, and even scientific thinking, beyond the confines of the laboratory and the academe. It contains a wealth of personal testimonials from people from a multitude of backgrounds— not just teachers and scientists, but also soldiers, lawyers, and even a beauty queen.
24 November 2021
LOUD AND PROUD. Dr. Sheriah Laine M. de Paz-Silava, Associate Professor at UP College of Public Health, and Dr. John Carlo Malabad, Assistant Scientist at DOST-PCHRD—both DOST Scholars in the undergraduate and graduate levels—revealed their keys to success in the recently-concluded STEM Career Talk during the 2021 NSTW celebration.
Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) can be fulfilling and purposeful endeavors, according to graduate scholars of the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) who are now working at the forefront of COVID-19 research in the Philippines.
Dr. Sheriah de Paz-Silava and Dr. John Carlo Malabad kicked off the 2021 National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) celebration with an online STEM Career Talk on November 22 entitled “Building A Future of Resiliency Through Health Research and Development” under the DOST-SEI’s #Push4Science initiative.
23 November 2021
In response to the new education and career landscape brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI) recently held a special online edition of its Climate Science Youth Camp to help high schoolers plot their future.
Held annually since 2009, with only a brief respite in 2020 due to the pandemic, the DOST-SEI Climate Science Youth Camp brings together scientists and researchers to give students and teachers a close-up glimpse at nature and how to take care of it.