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Posted: September 10, 2021

Online application is still ongoing!

The DAP Graduate School's Master in Public Management major in Health Systems and Development (MPM-HSD) is open to the public! The MPM-HSD Regular Online is a 39-unit interdisciplinary graduate program for health sector practitioners and professionals. The program utilizes the iGSPDM Nexus of Information Technology and Education (iGNITE) and Zoom as online platforms.

The synchronous sessions will start in October 2021, every Saturday, from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Interested applicants may enlist via http://bit.ly/MPMHSDROB1EnlistmentForm

Enroll now and be part of the country's pool of outstanding public and health systems managers! For more information, please contact Mr. TJ Bayona at email address bayonatj@dap.edu.ph or Mr. Mark Rex Jayson Atole at mpmhsdrob1@dap.edu.ph.


Posted: October 11, 2021

WE ARE HIRING!

The DAP Graduate School’s Health Governance and Social Protection Custer (HGSPC) is looking for one (1) Learning Manager.

For more information, you may refer to the details posted below. Deadline for submission of applications is on November 10, 2021.

To know more about the DAP Graduate School, visit www.gspdm.com.


Posted: October 13, 2021

11 October 2021 - The DAP Graduate School of Public and Development Management (GSPDM), through its Knowledge Innovation (KI) HubLab, is currently working on one of its banner programs, the 2021 GSPDM Research Program.

Widening the scope of the Research Program, a Roundtable Discussion on Development and Security was conducted for the purpose of incorporating the field of study to the current Research Agenda. It was enunciated during the discussion proper that exploring development and security concepts are vital in the attainment of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.

The Roundtable Discussion was attended by DAP President and CEO, Atty. Engelbert C. Caronan, Jr., MNSA, GSPDM Dean, Dr. Lizan E. Perante-Calina, and DAP Senior Executive Fellow, Dr. Alan S. Cajes. Also present were development and security experts, Dr. Segundo Joaquin Romero, Jr., Dr. Eduardo Gonzalez, Dr. Maria Lourdes Rebullida, Dr. Archimedes Articulo, Dr. Chester Cabalza, Prof. Rolando Talampas, and Prof. Charithie Joaquin.


Posted: October 13, 2021

01 October 2021 – In the recently concluded Knowledge Forum 2021: Learning Through Change organized by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Dean of the DAP Graduate School, Dr. Lizan E. Perante-Calina served as one of the knowledge experts in the special session on “The UNESCO Futures Studio: Why foresight and futures thinking matters for the knowledge agenda of development organizations?”.

Dr. Perante-Calina shared the initiatives of the DAP Graduate School in introducing futures thinking in the Philippines. She recounted that in a span of a year, the field gained quite a following, not to mention how it sparked the interest of stakeholders coming from different sectors. She also highlighted the value of knowledge co-creation in all these given the power it holds to change certain actions.

In the hopes to democratize futures thinking in the country, Dr. Perante-Calina has taken the lead in embedding futures thinking through education, training, research and advocacy. Indeed, she has turned this vision into a movement and actions on the ground. This pursuit has been lauded and supported by one of the staunch advocates of futures thinking, Senator Pia Cayetano who chairs the Senate Committee on Sustainable Development Goals, Innovation and Futures Thinking (SDGIFT).

ADB’s 2021 Knowledge Forum brought together international leaders, industry experts, academics, government knowledge professionals, international finance institution partners to share tools, systems, and processes to improve development work and drive positive change.

Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yB8edPGq4vU


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