The Research and Technical Skills Development Office spearheaded a seminar workshop on qualitative research. The main objective of the event is to re-visit the ideas on qualitative research. The said event is in line with the LPU Cavite Research and Innovation Seminar Series aiming to provide quality research lectures and training for the faculty members and non-teaching personnel of the university.
The invited resource speaker for the seminar workshop on qualitative research is Prof. Jojo M. Villamin, a graduate of Master of Science in Commerce, major in Marketing, of University of Sto. Tomas and a candidate for the Doctorate degree of Business Administration of San Beda College. Aside from these, he has also taken up some units for the Bachelor of Laws.
The broad extent of his work experience ranges from the corporate work up to teaching work experiences. He has been part of the academic workforce of a number of well-known colleges and universities in the country, such as FEU, UE, San Beda, LPU, to name a few.
His expertise in the field of research is unquestionable, as supported by the number of research works that he has done; most of which are published in local or international research conferences. He has also been part of various research-related activities, be it as a presenter, facilitator, discussant, evaluator, panelist, or moderator.
At present, he is the Research Coordinator of FEU – Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management.
The said event was participated by various faculty members and non-teaching staff from the different colleges and units of LPU Cavite.
The event started with an opening remarks of Dr. Mark Irvin C. Celis, Director of Research and Technical Skills Development. Ms. Kimberly Joy E. Alcaraz introduced the invited speaker. The speaker started the event by having a lecture on the current trends in qualitative research and followed by a workshop on writing a qualitative research paper. An open forum and presentation of the research proposals were also conducted. The output of the said event was a research proposal from every participant.
Dr. Mark Irvin C. Celis, Research and Technical Skills Development Director, giving his welcome remarks.
Mr. Jojo M. Villamin, resource speaker, giving a lecture on quantitative research.
Mentoring during the workshop proper.
Participants’ group output presentation.
Mr. Jojo M. Villamin receiving the certificate of recognition.
Quantitative Research Seminar Workshop’s participants, together with the resource speaker.