Academic Qualifications

  • Fellow in Curriculum Leadership, Queensland University of Technology – Australia, 2014
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Management (Summa cum Laude), University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 1999
  • Master of Arts in Educational Management (Summa cum Laude), University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 1996
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education, major in Computer Technology (Magna cum Laude), University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 1993

Research Highlights

  • Theory-building initiatives on the Psychosocial aspects of the Filipino elderly in various settings (academe, community, institutionalized settings and penal institutions which were published in ISI-listed journals)
  • Pioneered the introduction of the Thesis-By-Article Format in the country
  • Pioneered the conduct of shadow education studies in the Philippines
  • Popularised the use of underutilized designs in education and nursing research in the country (Grounded theory, metaphor analysis, conjoint analysis and structural equation modeling)

Research Interests

  • Adult Education and Educational Gerontology
  • Teacher Education
  • Leadership Behavior and Comparative Education

Major Recognitions

  • 2011 Metrobank Foundation Outstanding Teacher in Higher Education Category
  • 2007 SEAMEO-JASPER Research Award (Southeast Asian Ministers of Education and the Government of Canada)
  • 2006 National Research Council of the Philippines Achievement Award in Governmental, Education and International Policies)
  • Most Productive Researcher in the field of Education and Psychology in the Philippines (Journal of Scientometrics, 2011)

Professional Activities

  • Fellow — Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Regional Centre for Innovation Technology (SEAMEO-INNOTECH)
  • President — Metrobank Foundation Network of Outstanding Teachers and Educators (NOTED)
  • Vice-President — Comparative Education Society of the Philippines (CESP)
  • Member — Journal Accreditation Technical Working Group, Commission on Higher Education
  • Editorial Board Member — Educational Gerontology (Routledge, Taylor and Francis)
  • Reviewer — International Journal of Educational Development (Elsevier), Asia-Pacific Journal of Education (Springer), The Asia Pacific Education Researcher (Springer), Nurse Education Today (Elsevier), Journal of Aging and Health (Sage) , Aging and Health (Taylor and Francis), International Journal of Art and Design Education (Blackwell), Japan Journal of Nursing Science (Wiley-Interscience), Annals of Tourism Research (Elsevier)

Selected Publications

  1. NJE, Villamor, AB de Guzman, ET Matienzo. 2016. “The ebb and flow of Filipino first-time fatherhood transition space: A grounded theory study.” American Journal of Men’s Health doi:10.1177/1557988315604019. SAGE.
  2. MRG, Catacutan, AB de Guzman. 2015. “ Ethical decision-making in academic administration: A qualitative study of college dean’s ethical frameworks Australian Educational Researcher, 42(3), 483-514. Springer
  3. AB de Guzman, RGR, Gatan, IBMG Gesmundo, AJH, Golosinda. 2015. “From a distance: A grounded theory study of separation anxiety among Filipino incarcerated elderly.” Educational Gerontology, 41(8), 567 – 581 Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
  4. MRG, Catacutan, AB de Guzman. 2015. “Bridge over troubled water: Phenomenologizing Filipino college deans’ ethical dilemmas in academic administration.” Educational Management, Administration and Leadership, doi:10.1177/1741143214558579 SAGE.
  5. BV, de Castro, AB de Guzman, 2014. From scratch to notch: understanding private tutoring metamorphosis on the Philippines from the perspectives of cram school and formal school administrators, Education and Urban Society, 46(3) 287-311 SAGE.
  6. MF, Hapan, AB de Guzman. 20I3. “It takes two to tango: Phenomenologizing collaborative mindset of Filipino academic Deans.” The Asia-Pacific Education Research, 22(3), 315-326. Springer.
  7. AB de Guzman, RA, Lacao, C Larracas. 2015. “A structural modeling equation on the factors affecting intolerance of uncertainty and worry among a select group of Filipino elderly.” Educational Gerontology, 41, 106-119 Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group