In July 2010, the 4th president of SPAMAST, DR. IRVIN C. GENERALAO was installed. And just under a year and a half in the position, a lot has been accomplished. There was an increase in enrollment in both campuses, new extension campuses were opened and new courses were offered in SY 2011-2012. The year 2011 has also seen a dramatic improvement in our institutional passing rates in licensure examinations. SPAMAST has also secured a partnership with USAID-GEM by offering the Job Enabling English Proficiency (JEEP) classes in our Digos campus. Faculty members and staff were given the opportunities to pursue their graduate studies; attend different trainings, symposia, conferences and seminars the past year; present their research papers in the different research for a and symposia, both local and global. We have a professor who was recently selected as a principal candidate for a Fulbright scholarship.
For the past year, SPAMAST has established strong connections in the local, national and international scenes. We welcomed in our fold the esteemed institutions of University of California Riverside (UCR) and Davis (UCD), Can Tho University (CTU), Rubber Research Institute of Vietnam (RRIV), and Kyoto University.
Furthermore, the school has been conducting its strategic planning. This plan is essential to determine the relevance of our existence in Davao del Sur. Currently, SPAMAST is preparing to align itself with the direction of the plans of the Province of Davao del Sur, the Region XI, and the Philippine Development Plan, 2011-2016 of the National
|Name||IRVIN C. GENERALAO|
|Birthday||November 19, 1960|
|Academic Rank||Professor VI|
|Present Position||President, Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST)|
|Office Address||Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST), Matti, Digos City, Davao del Sur 8002|
|Spouse||Lourdes C. Generalao, Ph. D. - USEP-Professor VI & Concurrent Director, SMARRDEC|
|Children||Irvin Jr, Iresha Lou, and Andre Jose|
Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Engineering Major in Land and Water Resources Engineering and Technology
Master of Arts in Mathematics
Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering
Bachelor of Law
. Philippine Mathematical Society (indicate position)
Attended the 16th National Senior Educators’ Assembly in Environmental Protection and Management Theme: “Research and Development and Local Knowledge on Climate Change Adaptation and Community Resiliency” at Palawan on Nov. 24-26, 2011
2.Attended the Social Marketing and Strategy Finalization Workshop of Rare for running Pride campaigns held at Cebu City on Dec. 4-8, 2011
3. Attended the K to 12 Pre-Summit Conference at the Waterfront Hotel on December 9, 2011
4. Attended the 2011 National Gawad Saka Awarding Ceremony at Malacanang Palace on December 13, 2011; MS Benjamin R. Lao was awarded National Champion on Organic Agriculture Farming Category
5.Attended Training Workshop on ISO 9001:2008 and Government Quality Management System Standards (GQMSS) together with SPAMAST CAS Dean Dr. Cesar A. Limbaga last June 8-10, 2011 at the Bahay Alumni, Brokenshire College, Madapo Hill, Davao City. I was one of the panelists during the open forum of the said event. We were interviewed by the different media organizations in Davao City.
6.Resource speaker during the 2011 PASUC General Assembly on “Responding to SUC’s Challenges for Global Competitiveness”. at Cagayan De Oro City on June 28-30, 2011
together with SPAMAST Alumni Trustee Dr. Grace Buencillo and SPAMAST RDE Director Dr. Augie Fuentes. The event was hosted by the Mindanao Association of State Colleges and Universities Foundation (MASCUF) and co-host PASUC Region X. The theme was It was also attended by Sen. Alan Peter S. Cayetano, who gave his keynote speech on the 2nd day. Cong. Rufus B. Rodriguez, the Congressman of CDO’s 2nd district, was also present during the fellowship night (2nd day). On the last day, PASUC held an election of its officers.
1.Joined the SMARRDEC-RRDCC’s Continuing Educational Trip to Vietnam on July 17-22, 2011.
2.Attended the National Forum on Public-Private Partnership (PPP), dubbed SUCs-Private Partnership on Education Economic Zones, was held at CDO City on Sept. 1-3, 2011.
3.Spearheaded, and is one of the members of the Advisory Group, of the conduct of strategic planning of SPAMAST. Ongoing.
4.Advanced Higher Education Administrators’ Training (AHEAD-SEARCA, UPLB). Was one among those trained on the subject for two weeks as a SEARCA fellow.
5.Member, Institutional Development Group (IDG), a project management team in “Strategic Institutional Repositioning (SIR) of USeP in 2006. This is a team that oversees the SIR Project of USeP. This project translates the need to enhance the capability of USeP to adapt to a volatile environment characterized by rapid change and fast rising expectations as a result of innovations in Information technology and the shift towards globalization.
6.Team Leader for Improvement Team for Research and Planning of SIR project 2006. The team was able to conduct benchmark studies from which decisions were drawn and incorporated in the University strategic plan.
. Philippine Association of Research Managers (Mindanao Represeantative 20____)
. Philippine Society of Agricultural Engineers (indicate position)
. Philippine Mathematical Society (indicate position)
1.SEAMEO – SEARCA Fellow, UP Los Baños 1995-1999
2.Dissertation grantee, DOST-PCASTRD Taguig, Metro Manila 1996-1999
3.Dissertation Fellow, Fund for Assistance to Private Education (FAPE), Makati Metro Manila 1998
4.Scholar, USEP Faculty Development Program 1994
1.Different Irrigation Methods for Anthurium, 1995,Southeastern Phils. Journal of Research and Development, USEP Davao City. Volume 2 No.2
2.Application of Geographic Information Syatems in Estimating Soil Erosion (with WF. David). 2000. Southeastern Phils. Journal of Research and Development, USEP Davao City. Volume 8 No.2
3.Forecasting Model for Crop Water Requirements in Mindanao. Southeastern Philippines Journal of Research and Development ISSN 0117-6293 Volume and year?
4.Modeling and Spatial Interpolation of Potential Evapotranspiration in Mindanao. Southern Phils Journal of Research and Development, USEP Davao City. Southeastern Philippines Journal of Research and Development ISSN 0117-6293 Volume and year?
5.Application of Geographic Information Systems for Aquifer Characterization in Selected Provinces in Region XI. Southeastern Philippines Journal of Research and Development ISSN 0117-6293 Volume and year?
6.Estimation of Potential Soil Erosion in Magat watershed using Geographic Information Systems. Southeastern Philippines Journal of Research and Development ISSN 0117-6293 Volume and year?
Title: Determination of hydraulic properties of aquifer in selected areas in ComVal
1. CIRDUP Researches
2.As Adviser of Student Theses
(Robert Satorre, and others)
Malalag Davao del Sur -
"Overwhelming ang kalipay sa DSSF!" One of the lines uttered by Mrs. Aurelia Mellorida, Davao del Sur School of Fisheries (DSSF) during the Ceremonial Turn-over and MOA signing held last May 13, 2014 at DSSF. The said event was participated by Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST) headed by President Irvin C. Generalao, Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) represented bythe Provincial Officer Carlito V. Aclao; and DSSF. It is another testimony that agencies and institutions are true to their mandates.
“...with BFAR's expertise and technical assistance of SPAMAST, and the commitment and dedication of DSSF, together we can make the project a reality…”
It is noteworthy that the institution established linkages, collaborated and conducted relevant research and extension activities with local, regional, and international partners. These efforts helped the college amplify its resources and propel its vital functions.
External linkages and partnership of government agencies, foreign institutions and local organizations boosted the college instruction, research, extension and production functions
35 Memoranda of Agreement (MOA's) from various agencies and academic institutions
Board examination results, as one of College’s challenges, have been given an emphasis during Dr. Generalao’s incumbency. After implementing short and long-term interventions, a significant improvement in institutional passing rates in licensure examinations is observed.
Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET)
Licensure Examination for Agricultural Engineers (LEAE)
Licensure Examination for Agriculturist (LEA)
Licensure Examination for Fishery Technologies (LEFT)
The incumbency of DR. IRVIN C. GENERALAO starting June 21, 2010 up to the present has been characterized by economic and political changes at the national scene, including major calamities that struck the Davao and Visayas regions. These factors have also impacted changes on financing i ncluding the public higher education. Investment on higher education was quite favorable during these times. Budget on scholarships, capital outlay and operating expenses increased during this time. To complement, SPAMAST also pursued vigorous efforts to generate resources and secured partnerships with other government and non-government agencies to propel the academic, research, extension and production mandates of the college.
It is during the incumbency of Dr. Irvin C. Generalao that enrollment figures went up while maintaining its Php 90-tuition fee scheme.
Accreditation is undoubtedly one of the strategies for quality assurance and excellence. A number of programs were accredited from 2010-2013
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