SDG 5 - Gender Equality

Kalinga State University and CHR-CAR Collaborate to Establish Center for Human Rights Education

Kalinga State University has formalized a significant partnership with the Commission on Human Rights - Cordillera Administrative Region (CHR-CAR) through the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) witnessed by the university officials yesterday, June 5, 2024, at the Research and Development Training Hall. This collaboration aims to establish, develop, and sustain a Center for Human Rights Education (CHRE) in the university.

Kalinga State University Achieves 4th Runner-Up Honors at CARASUC Athletic Meet 2024

During the culminating ceremony of the CARASUC Meet 2024 hosted at Apayao State College on April 29-May 3, 2024, Kalinga State University (KSU) emerged as the 4th Runner-Up in the overall standings. Ms. Josefa May S. Buslig, Director for Sports, proudly accepted the award on behalf of KSU, acknowledging the university's outstanding performance.

Kalinga State University Excels at MR. & MS.CARASUC 2024: Ms. Kassandra Loi Calipay and Mr. Clyde Bomowey Shine as Top Contenders.

Ms. Calipay captivated the audience and judges alike with her grace and charisma, securing the title of 2nd Runner-Up. Her eloquence and stage presence were evident throughout the competition, earning her well-deserved recognition.

Meanwhile, Mr. Clyde Bomowey's impressive display of charm and confidence earned him the coveted position of First Runner- Up.

Their achievements signified Kalinga State University's commitment to excellence in both academics and extracurricular pursuits.

Kalinga State University joins CARSUCs in the grand parade and opening program of the 2024 CARASUC Athletic Meet held at the Apayao Exo-Tourism and Sports Complex, Luan, Apayao.

In his message, Keynote Speaker Sen. Christopher Laurence "Bong" Go emphasized his advocacy in the field of sports. "Ang bisyo ko po ay magserbisyo sa ating mga kababayan." He added.

He also extended his gratitude to the CARASUC Athletic Meet 2024 Committee chaired by Dr.Eva Marie Dugyon, all SUC presidents and officials and the PLGU of Luna, Apayao.

CARASUC Athletic Meet 2024 is scheduled,April 29 to May 3,2024 with the theme,, "Bidlisiw: Paghilom, Pagbangon at Pagsulong."

Municipal Local Government of Flora Welcomes KSU delegation to the 2024 CARASUC Athletic Meet

Headed by the Municipal Mayor of Flora, Apayao, Hon. Rodolfo B. Juan, the officialdom of said municipality warmly welcomed the KSU delegation to the 2024 CARASUC Athletic Meet, yesterday at the Dr. Efren U. De San Jose Memorial Sports Center.

Mayor Juan who was a former Barangay Captain of Bulanao way back 1989 to 1992,expressed his gratitude to the Kalinga Delegations. "Iyebkas ko t nabara nga ayat mi nga mangsarabo kadakayo amin, we want you to feel the immense love we have for all of you", he added.

Distribution of Student Monetary Assistance for Recovery and Transition (SMART) Beneficiaries

The Student Monetary Assistance for Recovery and Transition (SMART) is a one-time financial assistance program provided by CHED Chairperson, J. Prospero E. De Vera III to the Fifty (50) deserving selected students in the University. The beneficiaries received Twenty-Five Thousand Pesos (25, 000).

Dr. Eduardo T. Bagtang, University President in his opening message gave a brief overview of the assistance, how it was given to the university, and extended his profound gratitude to CHED Chairperson De Vera for providing Fifty (50) slots to the students in the University.

KSU Criminology, Political Science, and Public Administration Students Attend Bodong Congress

The Province of Kalinga on February 10-11, 2024, hosting one of the most significant events of the year: the Bodong Congress. Held at the Kalinga Sports Complex, this congress is one of the highlights of the 29th Kalinga Founding Anniversary and the 5th Bodong Festival, drawing in thousands of participants. Among the attendees were students and faculty members from Kalinga State University (KSU), particularly those from the Criminology, Political Science, and Public Administration and Indigenous Governance departments, along with designated faculty focal persons.

Kalinga State University Students Revive Bodong Tradition for Kalinga 29th Founding Anniversary and 5th Bodong Festival

Students from the Kalinga State University- College of Public Administration and Indigenous Governance played a central role in the portrayal of a bodong—a traditional peace pact—between Bangad and Banao tribes, both encompassed within the "binodngan" area. This portrayal, involving 120 students from the College of Public Administration and Indigenous Governance, was a significant feature of the Kalinga founding anniversary and 5th Bodong Festival.


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