57 Faculty Members Conferred with Appointments
A total of 57 faculty members, with new appointments and for renewal, had their oathtaking on August 20, 2019 at the TSU Hotel presided by University President Dr. Myrna Q. Mallari.
Fifty-four faculty members from the nine colleges of the university were given Temporary Instructor I appointments while three were promoted from temporary to permanent status.
The vice presidents of the university, deans and associate deans of the different colleges stood as witnesses to the event.
President Mallari shared an inspirational message prior to the oathtaking proper. She told the group of faculty members to make a difference, recreate the culture of TSU, and to better their teaching strategies for the improved competencies of students.
“Focus on your career while focusing on the career of your students,” said President Mallari.
Furthermore, she encouraged them to study abroad and avail the scholarship opportunities given to TSU employees.
In addition, she said that the TSU Board of Regents, through a resolution, gives faculty members holding a Temporary Instructor I item three years to complete their respective master’s degrees while those who have finished their graduate studies are given one year to be promoted to permanent status provided that they receive two consecutive very satisfactory (VS) performance ratings within the said year.
Ms. Franchete Caingat of the College of Arts and Social Sciences, Engr. Adam Rombaoa of College of Engineering and Technology, and Mr. Ferdinand Silaran of the College of Business and Accountancy were promoted from temporary to permanent Instructor I which will take effect on August 5, 2019.
Meanwhile, the following are the newly appointed faculty members as Temporary Instructor I effective August 5, 2019 until the end of the second semester of Academic Year 2019-2020:
College of Arts and Social Sciences
College of Business and Accountancy
College of Engineering and Technology
College of Architecture and Fine Arts
College of Computer Studies
College of Teacher Education
College of Science
College of Criminal Justice Education
College of Public Administration and Governance