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2019 Research and Creative Work Faculty 2019-06-08

The Research and Creative Work (RCW) Faculty Grant is an award given by the Office of the Vice President for the Loyola Schools to faculty members with research track record and wish to pursue a particular research program for a period of two years, leading to published work. An RCW faculty grant awards a faculty member 24 units of research load per year.
University President Fr. Jose Ramon Villarin and LS Vice President Dr. Maria Luz Vilches welcomed the 2019 batch of RCW faculty during the 2019 University Scholarly Work Awards held last May 9 2019.

2019 Research and Creative Work Faculty


Emmanuel Cabral
Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics

Research Program: On the Computability of the Integral


Rene Juna R. Claveria
Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science

Research Program/s:
On site identification of hyperaccumulators and metal recovery using hydrothermal mineralization technique
Trace and rare earth elements geochemistry of selected calcalkaline and carbonate hosted Cu-Au deposits in the Philippines


Maria Aileen Leah G. Guzman
Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science

Research Program:
Philippines Groundwater Outlook (PhiGO) and Management Plan


Majah- Leah Ravago
Associate Professor, Department of Economics

Research Program: Impact of Gradual Policy Reforms in the Power Sector; Evidence from the Philippines


Mark Raftery- Skehan
Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy

Research Program: Imagination and the Possibility of Signification in Hegel

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