The 10th Provincial Wildlife Month held on November 19- 21 at the Robinson’s Place Bacolod Fountain Area witnessed another show of excellence from the CHMSCians.
The students from the Alijis and the Binalbagan Campuses joined forces to represent the college’s thrust for research in science and technology through their exhibits, and by joining in the 2nd Student Biodiveristy Research Symposium.
CHMSC Binalbagan’s exhibit highlighted the upcoming Pawikan Conservation Project in January 2015, together with their Trident publications.
The Alijis Campus featured their photo exhibit displaying extension activities including vegetable production, Seed banking, vermin composting, and mangrove adoption.
In addition, Binalbagan also had four (4) of their research entries qualify for the 2nd Student Biodiveristy Research Symposium.
The CHMSCian researches included such subject matters as ladyfish in Northern Occidental Negros; penaeidae shrimps in Aguisan River, Himamaylan City; gender towards conservation action, and mangrove flora in Brgy. Pasil, Municipality of Saravia.
Among the head organizers of the successful exhibits and the paper presentations were Research Chairperson for Binalbagan Andrew Ordonio, Research Assistant Mac Edmund Gimotea, Data Analyst Rodrigo Paglomutan, Faculty Member Elenuel Genova, Loryn Tudillo, and the student presenter.