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Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 14 October 2009

05 October 2009 

MEMORANDUM NO. RLA 09 - 92  

To : The Academic Community of UP Manila                                    

  • Faculty Members                                   
  • Students                                   
  • Administrative Staff, REPS                                   
  • Alumni 

Through : The Respective Deans, PGH Director, NIH Executive Director, Chancellor’s Management Team, Heads of Academic and Administrative Offices 

Subject : Call for Nomination and Consultation Process for the Next Dean of the College of Dentistry

 

  CONSULTATION PROCESS            

The Academic Community of UP Manila and the College of Dentistry, with the consent of the Chancellor, agreed on the following guidelines:

(Meeting date: October 6, 2009) 

  1. The process will be “Direct Nomination” to the Office of the Chancellor
  2. The Office of the Chancellor shall:
    • hold sectoral consultations
    • conduct a public forum
  3. The Chancellor will interview all nominees.   

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS  

A. Who May Nominate     

The following may submit nominations:

  1. Personnel of the College of Dentistry and all other units of UP ManilaStudents of the College of Dentistry and all other units of UP Manila. 
  2. Others from outside the College of Dentistry
  3. Any interested candidate 

B. Who May Be Nominated        

The nominee must possess the following minimum qualifications:

  1. Commitment to academic freedom and the values and ideals of the University.
  2. Distinction or outstanding academic credentials in the nominee’s chosen field of expertise which should be along the lines of the College’s disciplines or fields. 
  3. Filipino citizen.
  4. Leadership qualities and administrative or managerial capability.
  5. Must be willing to serve.
  6. Must consider resource generation an important function of the position. 

  The nominee need not be a faculty member at the time of his/her nomination.  Should he/she be appointed, he/she have a faculty appointment.   Deans and Directors may serve for two terms.  Only in high exceptional cases will they be allowed a third term.  (1020th BOR meeting, 25 April 1989).  

C. Nomination Papers to be submitted to the Chancellor’s Office   (Deadline: October 19, 2009, 5:00 pm, addressed to the Chancellor, UP Manila, 8th floor Central Block, PGH Complex) 

1.       A nomination letter, legibly signed, which explains how the nominee qualifies as dean.

2.       Signed conforme of the nominee.

3.       Five (5) copies of the nominee’s COMPLETE curriculum vitae (See Appendix A for content of the curriculum vitae)

4.       Short summary of the nominee’s curriculum vitae (5 copies) Note: Since we are choosing an academic leader, what counts is not the number of signatories to a nomination but the reasons given for endorsing a nominee.  A signature campaign, is therefore discouraged.   

D. Documents to be submitted by Nominees to the Chancellor’s Office    (Deadline: October 26, 2009, 5:00 pm) 

1.       A paper describing the nominees’ flagship projects (5 copies).  The submission of a vision paper is not required.

2.       A summary of the nominees’ most significant qualifications and achievements (5 copies).  

DISSEMINATION OF THIS CIRCULAR           

The following are requested to disseminate this Circular: Deans, PGH Director, NIH Executive Director, Chancellor’s Management Team, Heads of Offices, Heads of Sector Organizations and Student Organizations, Chairs of Student Councils, Class Presidents of Alumni Associations and Director of Alumni Affairs, Officers of All UP Workers Union, Presidents of PGH Accredited Employees Organization.    

  • RAMON L. ARCADIO, MD, MHPEd, DrHum
  • Professor and Chancellor   

 cf :

  • DR. LOURDES E. ABADINGO
  • Secretary of the University and of the Board of Regents

 APPENDIX A  CONTENT OF THE NOMINEE’S COMPLETE CURRICULUM VITAE  

  1.  Personal Data
    1. Name
    2. Date and Place of Birth
    3. Nationality, citizenship
    4. Address
    5. Telephone Numbers – residence, office and cellular,; E-mail
    6. Name, age, educational degrees of spouse & children  
  2. Teaching Accomplishments
    1. Education and continuing professional advancement
    2. Titles of classroom/laboratory/ward instructional materials, syllabi, workbooks, modules,       course guides produced and used for the improvement of teaching
    3. List of books, chapter in books, professional articles (other than research)
    4. List/description of creative work
    5. Speaking engagements (state title of talk, venue, occasion and date)  
  3. Research Accomplishments
    1. List of published researches
    2. List of unpublished researches
    3. List of ongoing researches  
  4. Administrative Accomplishments
    1. List and description of administrative achievements in support of teaching, research, or      patient service. 
    2. List of involvement in Department/College/University Communities   
  5. Accomplishments in Extension Work and Community-Oriented Activities
  6. Accomplishments in Specialty Societies
  7. Accomplishments in Socio-Civic Organizations with Special or National Relevance
  8. Other Creative, Innovative Output or Invention and Meritorious Accomplishments (may include poetry, fiction, musical composition, essays, plays, exhibits &others)

 

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