Graduate School Professor Jeannette Isabelle V. Loanzon, Ph.D., talked
about love of country in graduate research in a forum attended by Graduate
School faculty members and students held on April 21, 2018, at the Seminar Workshop Rooms, Thomas Aquinas Research Complex, UST.
Loanzon who teaches Economics at the UST Graduate School, earned a
doctorate degree in economics at the Philipps Universitat-Marburg, Germany.
In this special lecture which coincided with the celebration of the 80th year of establishment of the UST Graduate School, Loanzon specifically centered her talk on the topic “In Search of Love of Country in Graduate Research: A Possible Legacy in the Catholic University of the Philippines.”
The findings of her study expect to open windows and doors for “love of country” to gain contagious enthusiasm before the next century of UST graduate research.
The lecture was participated in by graduate students from the Economics,
Business, Public Administration and Political Science programs. Graduate
School faculty members Dr. Edwin Martin, Dr. Evelyn Songco, Dr. Manuel Morga, and Dr. Nancy Eleria also attended the lecture together with academic officials of the Graduate School, namely, UST GS Dean Prof. Marilu R. Madrunio, Ph.D., UST GS Regent Rev. Fr. José Antonio E. Aureada,
O.P., Office of Graduate Research Director
Dr. Grecebio Jonathan Alejandro and Graduate School Faculty Secretary Assoc. Prof. Alejandro S. Bernardo, Ph.D. Guests from Miriam College also attended the lecture.