UST Department of Political Science faculty researcher Mr. Ronald M.…
CASTILLO, Ronald M.
CASTILLO, Ronald M.
- Master of Arts in Political Science, University of Santo Tomas – Manila, Philippines, 2011
- Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Lyceum University of the Philippines, 2003
- New approaches to political institutions, their structures and arrangements
- Considers institutions and people are interconnected as networks in the political system, which is a key towards sustainability
- Networks and Social Capital
- Political Institutions
- Popular Culture, Media, and Politics
- Political theory and interpretive analysis
- Graduate Workshop Fellow, National University of Singapore-Asia Research Institute, 2007
- Fellow, Brown International Advanced Research Institute, 2014
- Winner, Brown International Advanced Research Institute Seed Grant, 2015
- Winner, Philippine Studies Group Graduate Student Prize, 2016
- Winner, Association for Asian Studies LDC Grant, 2017
- Awardee, Rising Voices of Southeast Asia, 2018
- Journal Reviewer, Environment, Development, and Sustainability (Springer)
- Community Development Coordinator, UST Faculty of Arts and Letters
- Member, Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA)
- Member, Philippine Political Science Association (PPSA)
- Member, Mother Earth Foundation (MEF)
- Castillo, R. M. (2020). Of Viruses and (States) Men: State-Society Relations and the COVID-19 biopolitics of physical spaces. The Antoninus Journal, 6.
- Castillo, R. (2020). Promoting Environment at Grassroots: Barangay Institutional Mapping of Solid Waste Management. Journal Of Community Development Research (Humanities And Social Sciences), 13(2), 15-30.
- Ancheta, A. A., De Castro, B. V., Garcia, M. N. Z., Rosario, M., Garcia, V. C., & Castillo, R. M. (2020). Streamlining Waste Handling Approaches to Zero Waste: Community-based Experiences in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines. Journal of Nature Studies, 19(1), 49-65.
- Castillo, R. M. (2020, May 8). Dura lex and salus populi: TV stations and the duty of government. Rappler.