AAS REAP Conference participants with Ambassador Gorely

Back to make a difference. Fresh from their study in Australia, these 47 Australia Awards scholars are now back in the Philippines to make a difference in their fields. To prepare them for their REAP implementation journey, a Re-entry Action Plan (REAP) Conference was held last 27-28 February 2018.

Dr. Maria Corazon De Ungria: Science in the service of the Filipino people

It was 1999. Forensic science was still largely a man’s world. But the 30-year old Filipina scientist worked tirelessly alongside her male colleagues – forensic pathologists, lawyers, judges, police officers – and proved that women can flourish whether in the crime scene or in the laboratory. Her voice, after all, provided the crucial DNA information that would solve crimes. What these men didn't know was that the young scientist had just gotten back from over a decade of study in Australia; still adjusting to a brand new world, but ever determined to serve her homeland. Read More »

Australia, PPP-NEDA ink deal on specialised Public Private Partnership (PPP) Scholarships

The Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines and Carnegie Mellon University in Australia (CMU-A) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Philippine government officials to pursue Masters of Science in Public Policy and Management and specialised courses on Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) at Carnegie Mellon University in Australia. Read More »

AAS REAP Conference participants with Ambassador Gorely

Back to make a difference. Fresh from their study in Australia, these 47 Australia Awards scholars are now back in the Philippines to make a difference in their fields. To prepare them for their REAP implementation journey, a Re-entry Action Plan (REAP) Conference was held last 27-28 February 2018.

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Dr. Maria Corazon De Ungria: Science in the service of the Filipino people

It was 1999. Forensic science was still largely a man’s world. But the 30-year old Filipina scientist worked tirelessly alongside her male colleagues – forensic pathologists, lawyers, judges, police officers – and proved that women can flourish whether in the crime scene or in the laboratory. Her voice, after all, provided the crucial DNA information that would solve crimes. What these men didn't know was that the young scientist had just gotten back from over a decade of study in Australia; still adjusting to a brand new world, but ever determined to serve her homeland. Read More »

Australia, PPP-NEDA ink deal on specialised Public Private Partnership (PPP) Scholarships

The Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines and Carnegie Mellon University in Australia (CMU-A) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for Philippine government officials to pursue Masters of Science in Public Policy and Management and specialised courses on Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) at Carnegie Mellon University in Australia. Read More »