ILIGAN CITY – The Department of Research and Creative Works at St. Peter’s College recently concluded the highly anticipated Multilevel Orientation-Seminar on Research: Level II, which brought together the institution’s dedicated faculty and staff members. The event, held at the St. Peter’s College Audio Visual Room, aimed to enhance research skills and knowledge among participants.
The seminar took place in two informative sessions. The first batch, which included faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), College of Education (CED), College of Business Administration (CBA), and College of Computer Studies (CCS), kicked off on September 16, 2023. This inaugural session set the stage for an enlightening exploration of research methodologies, data analysis, and interpretation processes.
The second batch of participants, consisting of faculty from the College of Education (BED), College of Criminology (COC), College of Engineering (COE), as well as staff members, gathered on September 22, 2023, from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM, and continued their learning journey on September 23, 2023, from 9:00 AM to 12 noon. These dates allowed for an in-depth examination of research techniques that are essential for their respective fields.
The success of the seminar can be attributed to the dedication of the resource speakers, who generously shared their expertise with the participants. Dr. Jay Rey G. Alovera led discussions on “Sampling Methods, Data Analysis, and Interpretation Process” with a focus on quantitative and mixed-method research. Meanwhile, Dr. Josefina M. Tabudlong delved into the “Sampling Methods, Data Analysis, and Interpretation Process” from a qualitative and mixed-method perspective. Their comprehensive insights and knowledge greatly enriched the seminar and offered attendees valuable tools for their research endeavors.
The Multilevel Orientation-Seminar on Research: Level II not only provided a platform for knowledge-sharing but also fostered collaboration and networking among faculty and staff members at St. Peter’s College. Participants left the seminar equipped with a deeper understanding of research methodologies and a renewed commitment to excellence in their respective fields.
St. Peter’s College continues to prioritize the professional development of its academic and administrative staff, recognizing that ongoing learning and skill enhancement are essential for maintaining the institution’s reputation for excellence in research and education.
As the participants return to their classrooms and workstations, they carry with them the valuable insights gained from this seminar, which will undoubtedly contribute to the growth and advancement of St. Peter’s College in the field of research and creative works.