Films on nationalism, community development highlighted in DOST-SEI's video-making competition
25 April 2023
In the hopes of showcasing the creativity and ingenuity of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) scholars in filmmaking and furthering advocacies to empower the youth in various scientific and societal pursuits, the DOST-Science Education Institute (SEI) through its The Filipino Patriot Scholars Project held its first Video-Making Contest featuring films on patriotism and volunteerism for community development.
With the theme, “Malasakit ng Kabataan Para Sa Bayan,” the scholars, through their films, tackled a wide range of entries from music videos, vlog-like outputs, short films, documentaries, and experimental movies on climate change, education, agriculture and livelihood, and social justice.
Philippines’ oldest regional science centrum just got revamped, DOST-SEI NuLab bus joins the fun
20 April 2023
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For Bicolanos, their P20 can go a long way - transporting them to five different worlds in science, all packed into one place - the newly relaunched Bicol Science and Technology Centrum (BSTC) at the heart of Naga City.
The BSTC, the first science centrum outside Metro Manila, officially reopened its doors to the public on March 16, and the excitement was amplified with the visit of the NuLab:STEM in Motion bus, a mobile science learning facility by the Department of Science and Technology -Science Education Institute (DOST-SEI).
DOST-SEI launches Work Immersion Partnership with Upper Bicutan National High School
20 April 2023
Human Resource Management Unit Head Joana Teresa Medina (fifth from the left),DOST-SEI Deputy Director Albert Marińo, Finance and Administrative Division Chief Philip Bue strikes a pose as they receive certificates of appreciation from UBNHS students.
TAGUIG CITY- Upper Bicutan National High School represented by Dr. Gil M. Teodoro and the Department of Science and Technology represented by Dr. Josette T. Biyo inks a partnership to conduct a Work Immersion Program (WIP) to provide a safe and dynamic work environment to selected senior high school students.
The WIP aims to provide senior high school students with relevant learning experiences thru exposure to an actual workplace setting. It seeks to supplement the formal senior high school curriculum with input from DOST-SEI personnel and develop the students with the knowledge and skills relevant to the job market’s needs.