SPUP Engages IP Communities in Responding to COVID-19 Pandemic

By Ms. Noemi Cabaddu and Ms. Cariza Ramos St. Paul University Philippines (SPUP) engaged the Indigenous People (IP) communities in various endeavors promotive of health and well-being as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Community Development Center, working with ChilFund Philippines, initiated the “SPUP Community Action Responding to Emergency Situation (SPUP CARES) program” as the University’s COVID-19 Response Intervention. … Read More

Biosciences Faculty Submits Projects for National Level Research on Coronavirus

The emergency situation that has arisen as a result of the corona pandemic has engaged scientists actively in research to combat the virus. With the spread of the COVID-19 in Pakistan, some national agencies have announced funding of projects for research in the field. Scientists from Virtual University of Pakistan have also taken an initiative and submitted various projects to … Read More

Two-day International Online Conference On Teaching-Learning in the Time of Pandemic: Role of Online Learning

Important Recommendations Most of the participants of the conference unanimously stated that Distance universities have faced less damage of the Covid-19 pandemic than the traditional universities. The following are some of the important recommendations of the conference delegates. 1. There needs to be some kind of mechanism in place so as to monitor the uninterrupted flow of information, reduce the … Read More