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Call for Papers for HanPil: Studies on Korea and the Philippines

HanPil: Studies on Korea and the Philippines is a refereed journal in English published by the Korea Research Center, University of the Philippines. It started as “HanPil: Occasional Paper Series on Korea and the Philippines” that served as repository of the Center’s research outputs from 2015 to 2018. Now a full-fledged academic journal, HanPil aims to foster interest in Korea-related research among Filipino Koreanists and promote the scholarly exchange of ideas in and outside of the Philippines. In its maiden issue as a peer-reviewed journal, HanPil invites potential authors from various fields to contribute manuscripts that touch upon issues on […]

Journal articles with the International Publication Award (2019)

Other lists: | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 |  JANUARY ARTS AND HUMANITIES: Philippine Shakespeare resonates only in the forests of global Shakespeare’s archival silences SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Kapok fibers can be used to create paper ARTS AND HUMANITIES:  The events of the Corona impeachment were classified into the different elements of Social Drama Theory SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Kapok fibers are effective and economical sorbent materials SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Acetylene films delay biofilm formation on surfaces SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY: Almost all stationary fishing gears in New Washington-Batan estuary had considerable damage from Typhoon Haiyan

IPA Recipients for January 2019

Judy Celine Ick Department of English and Comparative Literature College of Arts and Letters UP Diliman “The Forests of Silence: Global Shakespeare in the Philippines, the Philippines in Global Shakespeare,” Shakespeare Survey 71, 26-34. To use the term “global” alongside “Shakespeare” is just too delicious a temptation for most academics and artists to pass up. The conjuring of the Shakespearean ground zero, of its point of artistic origin, and the simultaneous invocation of its contemporary world-wide influence makes the phrase “global Shakespeare” almost too good to be true. Just how does Shakespeare exist in the production of Global Shakespeare? How […]

IPA Recipients 2019 Archives

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International collaboration in scientific publications

International collaboration in scientific publications

Collaboration has become increasingly crucial to the work of universities particularly in scientific research. Sharing competencies and resources can improve a project, or even make it possible. Collaboration can also help expand the geographical scope of a research and increase the chances of getting funding for it. The University of the Philippines, as the national university, is mandated to serve as a regional and global university. Thus, it works with other universities to enhance scientific productivity and boost the impact of its publications. In their 2010 study, Franceschet and Costantini note that having heterogeneous author affiliations yield publications with better quality […]

2019 NTU Plus Academy Summer+ Programs

2019 NTU Plus Academy Summer+ Programs

National Taiwan University will be accepting applications for the 2019 NTU Plus Academy Summer+ Programs from 18 February to 12 May. This year, there are 17 programs across different fields of study, including Arts, Chinese Studies, Engineering, Natural Science, Social Science and Research & Internship. NTU will offer a discount of USD200-USD400 to NTU partner university students. Download the brochure here.  For more information, please contact Sarah Kuo by email at [email protected] More information can be found at www.oia.ntu.edu.tw and www.oia.ntu.edu.tw/short-term-programs. Watch video to learn more: https://youtu.be/_jmSRndBwZU.

2019 Korean Studies Info Session

2019 Korean Studies Info Session

In celebration of the 70th anniversary of the bilateral relations between the Philippines and Korea, the UP Korea Research Center is organizing the Korean Studies Info Session. The event aims to provide Filipino students with useful information on postgraduate degree programs in reputable Korean universities. The resource persons will share firsthand experience in studying abroad as well as insights on Korean lifestyle. This will be held on 18 February 2019 (Monday), 1 to 3 PM, at Room 2017, CSSP AVR, Palma Hall, UP Diliman. The speakers are Dr. Dani Salazar (School of Business, UPD; and Business Administration (Finance), Sookmyung Women’s University) […]

Catalogs of Research and Creative Work

Projects supported by the Emerging Interdisciplinary Research Program and the Balik PhD Program    Projects supported by the Enhanced Creative Work and Research Grant

UP ranks 87th among top universities in emerging economies

UP ranks 87th among top universities in emerging economies

The University of the Philippines has climbed 79 places to move into the top 100 universities from emerging markets. It is now 87th among 442 institutions from 43 countries, according to the 2019 Times Higher Education (THE) Emerging Economies University Rankings. Its overall score went up to 32.8 from 24.4. The series of positive outcomes for UP kicked off in 2017 when it surfaced for the first time in the rankings and was included in the 201-250 bracket. Last year, it cracked the upper half of the rankings as it ascended to 166th. Only countries classified as advanced emerging, secondary emerging or frontier […]

2019 UP KRC Korea Essay Contest for Filipinos

2019 UP KRC Korea Essay Contest for Filipinos

In celebration of the 70th anniversary of bilateral relations between Korea and the Philippines, the UP Korea Research Center (KRC) is organizing 2019 UP KRC Korea Essay Contest for Filipinos. The contest hopes to: (1) encourage Filipino high school and under/graduate students to expand their ideas on Korea into writing; (2) motivate Filipino youth to discover long history and friendship between two countries; and (3) generate ideas on how to further strengthen the friendship and increase meaningful interactions between Filipino and Korean communities in both countries. Guidelines 1. The contest is open to all Filipinos. 2. Entries must be original […]