University News Features


THE country’s agriculture sector has reasons to celebrate with the coming into the field an additional 927 passers, 45 of which are from MMSU, in the 2017 Agriculturist Licensure Examination given by the Professional Regulation... Read More
FRUITS of the nine outstanding mango cultivars produced by MMSU are highly appreciated because of their taste and agronomic characteristics. The fruit varieties were displayed during the 16th National Mango Festival at the  Eton Centris Walk... Read More
GRADUATES of the MMSU school-on-the-air (SOA) program were trained recently on the latest organic fertilizer production technology. Held in Brgy. Sulbec, Pasuquin, the training was conceptualized after Crisner Lagazo, 4H Club President and one of... Read More
MMSU and the Department of the Interior and Local Government in Region 1 (DILG-1) are pushing for the establishment of a citizen’s feedback mechanism in the Municipality of Paoay, a move that will effectively gauge... Read More
Mr. James Paul Icalla, Instructor III at the College of Agriculture, Food, and Sustainable Development, bagged two top awards in an international conference. The papers, Novel genetic population for bovine breeding programs identified through molecular diversity... Read More
THIRTY four out of the 65 examinees from MMSU passed the April 2017 Civil Engineer Licensure Examination conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission. Thus, the university garmered a 52.31 percent passing rate as against the 35.92... Read More
Rep. Dennis Laogan of the Ang Kabuhayan Party List has promised P5 million for the construction of another MMSU Balay Ti Alumni (BTA), this time in the in Batac campus. This is in addition to... Read More
NINE faculty members of MMSU became accreditors of the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Phillipines (AACCUP) after successfully attending trainings on Outcomes-based Quality Assurance conducted by the agency. The nine are Dr.... Read More
THE exotic Ilocos Norte Black Garlic (INBG) has made its debut at the country’s biggest food trade show held May 19 at the Philippine Trade Training Center (PTTC) in Pasay City. Dr. Shirley Agrupis, program leader... Read More
BRIGHT prospects loom ahead for the Ilocos Norte’s black garlic industry as representatives of three big agencies in Japan visited the province on May 22 to help local farmers improve their garlic yield and introduce... Read More

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