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Category : Internationalization |
Sub Category : Faculty and Students Posted on 2021-08-25 12:29:46
The CA4OA or
Conservation Agriculture for Organic Agriculture Consortium Team held its
culminating event via a virtual signing ceremony, Tuesday August 24, 2021 8PM
of Understanding ceremonial signing between Kansas State University and among
12 Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) including the Catanduanes State
University was attended by no less than the President, Dr. Patrick Alain T.
Catindig, from Education USA delivered the welcome remarks and thanked the
engagement of each SUC in developing global partnerships and for their
unwavering support and commitment.
Provost Dr. Grant Chapman represented KSU in the signing ceremony and read a
signed message from the KSU President, Retired General Myers, and delivered the
Manny Reyes, an Agro-ecological engineer and SIIL Coordinator for Center of
Excellence on sustainable Agri-intensification and Nutrition in KSU, said that
a technology to mitigate climate change through organic agriculture is very
much needed in addressing the pandemic in terms of food and nutrition. “We all
can do good together for the benefit of all farmers in the Philippines”, he
has its purpose of integrating conservation agriculture, minimum soil
disturbance like the permanent no till, biodiversity, diversification of soil
rotation, and agriculture research.
It can be
recalled in February 26, 2021 when CatSU under the management of then
Officer-in-Charge Dr. Freddie T. Bernal, forged an MoU with Kansas State
University, that aims to promote programs and activities between the said
institutions in which they agreed to work on cultural, educational and research
cooperation which they may recognize shared interest.
and collaboration with International Higher Education has been made possible
through the initiatives of the Center for International Relations and
Continuing Professional Development Services under its then Director, Dr.
Joseph G. Zafe and now, Prof. Romeleen Go-Vela. #cvecilles