Musica FEUropa 10

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Musica FEUropa is Far Eastern University’s annual choral competition and festival supported by the European Union. Initially named as the European Union Choral Competition in the Philippines when the competition began in 2009 when there were only four (4) participants mostly from Manila, the name was later changed to Musica FEUropa in 2011. In the span of nine (9) years, Musica FEUropa has strengthened its hold as one of the most prestigious choral competitions in the country. Now on its 10th year, the competition will once again be the battleground of the best choirs in the Philippines, from high school choirs to university, church, company, government, and other choirs around the country.

The key criterion for Musica FEUROPA is that each choir has to sing two songs: one from any EU composer and one from the Philippines. In the last nine years, choirs sang songs in different European languages such as Czech, Latvian, English, Basque, Spanish, Italian, German, Finnish, French, French-Flemish, Flemish, Hungarian, Lithuanian as well as different Filipino languages such as Tagalog, Cebuano, Bisaya, Ifugao, Ilokano, Itneg, Kinaray-a, T’boli, Maguindanaoan, Yakan and Hiligaynon.

Musica FEUROPA 10 takes place on May 26 and 27, 2018 in the newly restored historic Auditorium of Far Eastern University, Manila.

Free Admission!

The Grand Champion shall receive P100,000 and a trophy. The first runner-up shall receive P30,000 and a trophy. The second runner-up shall receive P20,000 and a trophy. Three P10,000 checks shall be given as consolation prizes.

Follow Musica FEUROPA on Facebook, Twitter, and the official Musica FEUropa website.

FEU MedTech retains top ranking in March 2018 board, alumna places 4th

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Far Eastern University, Manila finished as the third best among Top Performing Schools in the March 2018 Medical Technologist Licensure Examination, according to results from the Professional Regulation Commission., according to results from the Professional Regulation Commission.
FEU Manila scored a 97.48% rating with 155 Tamaraws out of 159 hurdling the board.
Alumna to Marjie Sarmiento Interno placed fourth in the top ten takers list with a score of 90.20%.

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FEU Street Alliance steals scene, wins first-ever crown

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The Far Eastern University Street Alliance faced lots of adversities including limited time of preparation before coming up with a routine that toppled the perennial favorites.

Lumbering at fifth place in the previous three editions of the competition, the Morayta-based dance group reinvented itself and came up with a gangster theme to steal the championship of the 80th UAAP Streetdance Competition Sunday at the MOA Arena.

FEU earned a total score of 85.75 points to capture its first-ever title and a hefty sum of P70,000.

“When we started the group last January, we just wanted to show something fresh na galing sa FEU,” said FEU coach Randell San Gregorio, who is also the school’s cheerdance team.

Read more in ABS-CBN Sports

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FEU HRM juniors place in February competitions

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It was a productive February for the FEU Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management BS Hotel and Restaurant Management Department as three third-year students took home awards from several major contests.

John Richard Co finished as First Runner Up in the Brew Atelier’s Brewers Cup. Using Kalita 101 for his Brewers and Costa Rica Jaguar Honey Brew coffee beans, John’s coffee entry was a hit among the audience with its seemingly perfect aroma and taste.

Richard was only one of two students that competed in a 15-man field that had 13 professional baristas.

“The contest was very challenging for Richard because this was the first time he had to do manual brewing while delivering his spiel,” shared HRM faculty Prof. Mary Angel D. Elacion

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Another winner was Lynchor Fate F. Dimaculangan as she was crowned 1st Runner-Up in the Tanduay Class Flair Diva 2018, Inter-school flair bartending competition Female Category held on February 19, 2018 at STI College Cubao. Dimaculangan competed against 12 other finalists that participated in the Tanduay Class that ran from June to December 2017.

Meanwhile, Ralph Dulay bagged 6th Place at the “Clash of the Bottles”, Flairtending Competition held last February 23, 2018 at Madison Hotel, Quezon City. Dulay was up against 31 students from different colleges and universities in Manila.

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FEU IABF faculty members present formidable research agenda

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Eight faculty members and academic managers of Far Eastern University (FEU) – Institute of Accounts, Business, and Finance, Business Administration (IABF) presented their research findings at the International Conference on Business and Economy with the theme, “Creating, Managing, and Distributing Wealth: Leading the Innovation Challenge” . This was held in Waterfront, Lahug Cebu City and organized by University of San Carlos School of Business and Economy last February 15 to 16, 2018.

Eric Jayson V. Asuncion of FEU-Makati discussed “Social Commerce Continuance Participation Intention Among Business Administration Students of Jose Rizal University” where he shared that in today’s digital era, social commerce platforms are the new battleground for companies to offer and market their products and services. For consumers, it spelled convenience in terms of time and effort as well as the support they got from the online community as well as its members.

Maria Carmen Lapuz shared her findings in “Performance Evaluation of Mergers Using the CAMEL Parameters: The Case of Selected Banks in the Philippines” which looked into how Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas(BSP) continues to offer incentives for weaker banks to consolidate and merge to further strengthen the banking system and minimize bank closures.

Research Collaborators, Benita A, Meneses and Dr. Marietta C. Israel, in their study, “The Generational Diversity Work Values and Beliefs in the Workplace in the Philippines”, found out that the workplace today is not as simple as that of the traditional because the modern worker’s job requires decision-making, problem-solving, trouble-shooting, and managing that may require a prioritizing of options to select the best, considering the circumstances.

Ryan Christian C. Mercado, in his study, “Employee Engagement as a Strategic Tool for Improving Productivity in the Employees BPO in Cubao, Quezon City: An Analysis” established that the current challenge of the human resources department and respective business unit managers to keep their employees motivated and highly engaged. The war for talent today has become heightened, with companies willing to be creative in attracting potential candidates to be part of their organization.

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Dr. Roland M. Simbre and Rhodora D. Tabal, presented their study “Impact of High-Performance Work Practices System on Human Resource Outcomes and Organizational Performance in the Philippine Government Banks”. This showed that it is increasingly apparent that one of the keys to successful organizational performance is people within the organization and the management system that harnesses their talents and capabilities. Human resources are a primary source of competitive advantage which is difficult to imitate.

Madonna Tejada’s study, “Conglomerate Strategy, Firm Efficiency and Performance: An Analysis of Southeast Asian Conglomerates” described the level of efficiency and corporate performance of companies that belong to conglomerates in Southeast Asia.

 

Tams rule inaugural 3×3 event

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Wendel Comboy capped his tournament-long brilliance with a scintillating performance that lifted Far Eastern University to the title in the first UAAP 3×3 tournament at SM Mall of Asia Music Hall.

Comboy torched University of the East for 11 points to lead the Tamaraws to a 21-13 victory before a huge Sunday crowd.

Read more in Inquirer.net


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IE bags silver in Siklaban ng Talino

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The FEU Institute of Education emerged as the 1st runner up in the recently- concluded Siklaban ng Talino 2018 held at UE Manila Campus. Sponsored by the Ubelt Consortium, the event was participated in by all Ubelt partner schools which include UST, CEU, UE, Adamson, NU, Arellano, PLM among others.

The student-participants were:
Mariyela Mari Hugi- 3rd year BSED English
Yzelle Kate Lopez- 4th year BDED Gen Sci
Roxelle Ann Abrenica- 2nd year BSED English

Program Heads Dr Jayson Cruz, Dr Stephen Co and Jeremy Pedregosa coached the students.

IE conducts Faculty Development Seminar in Thailand

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The Institute of Education recently conducted a Faculty Development Seminar in Sarasas School Witaed in Chiangmai Thailand on Feb 10-11, 2018. Topics included, Reigniting the Passion for Teaching, Technology in the Classroom and Problem Based Learning were discussed.

The facilitators were Dr. Elisa Mañalac, Dr. Stephen Jay Co and Dr. Myrna Quinto.

The seminar was conducted as part of IE’s mandate as a Center of Excellence in Education and to strengthen the ties with Sarasas Schools where some IE students also carry out their Practice Teaching by virtue of a MOA. Sarasas Schools have more than 40 branches all over Thailand.

The Institute of Education continuously reaches out to schools here and abroad to share its best practices in honing the skills of future educators.

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