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The OADRCW and CAO team, with Dr. Louise De Las Peñas, Associate Dean for Research and Creative Work and Ms. Annie Garaza Head of Financial Reporting & Special Projects Division, CAO.
The Office of the Associate Dean for Research and Creative Work (OADRCW), in cooperation with the Central Accounting Office (CAO) and the Office of Human Resource Management and Organization Development (OHRMOD), hosted the 4th Orientation on Accounting and HR Procedures for Research Grants last September 05, 2019 at Faura AVR.
Intended to fully equip grant awardees and applicants with procedural information and necessary forms related to internally-funded and externally-funded projects, the event gave participants an overview of pertinent policies related to research practiced in the University.
Contributing to the success of the seminar are the following speakers who shared their expertise on relevant topics: from OHRMOD: HR Officer Ms. Christine Velasco on Hiring Process and Pre-Employment Requirements, and Head of Compensation-Total Rewards Section Ms. Ma. Luisa Moreno on Compensation and Processes; from CAO: Accounting Officer Ms. Cristina Cabudsan on Accounting Policies and Procedures, and from OADRCW: Office Staff Ms. Djoanna Andres on Grants' Procedures. There was a panel discussion shortly after the talks where participants had opportunities to clarify processes involved in the conduct of grants.
Associate Dean for Research and Creative Work Dr. Ma. Louise Antonette N. De Las Peñas gave the welcome remarks while the Head of Financial Reporting & Special Projects Division, Ms. Annie Garaza delivered the closing remarks.
A total of 58 participated in the event, composed of faculty members, professionals and research staff from the Loyola Schools and Ateneo Professional Schools.
Ms Djoanna Andres from OADRCW presenting the processes involved in grant
applications and reports.
Ms Christine Velasco Andres from OHRMOD discussing the hiring process and
Ms. Luisa Moreno of OHRMOD discussing compensation and related processes.
Participants had opportunities to clarify their questions during the Panel Discussion.