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USM holds 72nd Commencement Exercises; Sen. Cynthia Villar attends as Guest of Honor and Speaker PDF Print E-mail

72nd commencement exercises thumbnailJune 14, 2018 – 2,715 USM students were proclaimed as graduates during the 72nd Commencement Exercises of the University of Southern Mindanao.

95 graduates were awarded with Latin honors: 11 Magna cum Laude, 81 Cum Laude, 2 With High Honors, 1 with Honor. Mark Henry De Leon from the BS Fisheries topped the list of graduates with Latin honors (BS Fisheries-1.3994) Followed by 10 other Magna cum laude awardees, namely: Rachel Awil (BEED-1.4291), Sypril Eloisa Bauzon (BSTM-1.4315), Ashley Coleen Ortiz (BSE Math-1.4315), Jamahiriya Ali (BEED-1.4394), Jan Charisse Viernes (BSTM-1.4510), Wrendel Juntilla (BSE Math-1.4581), Salama Gumbay (BSE PhySci-1.4708), Cyril John Jasareno (BS Chem-1.4754), Aleen Glenn Pama (BSE PhySci-1.4822), and Resshan Mae Cudales (BSE Eng-14936).

Last Updated on Sunday, 17 June 2018 07:11
 
USM Honors top Students, Guarantees Incentives PDF Print E-mail

40th usm recognitionIn recognition of the scholars’ pursuit of excellence, University of Southern Mindanao proudly celebrated its 588 academic scholars during the 40th University Recognition Program on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at the University Gymnasium.

Shirley Santiago-Villanueva, DVM, Ph.D. served as this year’s Guest of Honor and Speaker. Villanueva is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine graduate of USM in 1989 and currently the Vice President for Academic Affairs of the University of Southeastern Philippines.

Last Updated on Sunday, 18 March 2018 22:33
 
Alborme Secures Semifinal Spot in Tawag ng Tanghalan, Receives Warm Welcome in USM PDF Print E-mail

aborme thumbsThe stage was set. All lights were lit. Aljun stepped on the stage, capturing attention. The weight of pressure from his hometown, no, the entire province, rested upon his shoulders. Millions of people watched from all over the country, but he just needed to impress five hurados. Nervous, but he went on to sing the first note, and that note signified the beginning of his future money notes – the note that would change his life forever.

Aljun Alborme, a 4th year Bachelor of Science in Tourism Management from the University of Southern Mindanao, competed in the prestigious TV reality singing competition, Tawag ng Tanghalan, a segment of the famous noontime show It’s Showtime of ABS-CBN. He was one of the few chosen contenders out of a thousand who auditioned in NCCC Mall of Davao in December 2017.

Alborme, who is a native of Barangay Malabuan, Makilala, North Cotabato, first appeared in the said competition on February 24, 2018 as a daily contender representing Mindanao. Dubbed as the “Brokalista ng Makilala”, he brought the pride of his hometown along with him. Alborme sang the classic Michael Bolton song “To Love Somebody” for his first performance.

Last Updated on Sunday, 18 March 2018 21:48
 
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