Issue of February 11, 2018
     
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BSU trains junior researchers
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To address the impending decline in the number of researchers due to retirement, the Cordillera Consortium for Agriculture, Aquatic and Resources Research and Development (CorCAARRD) conducted a four-day training-workshop on Project Proposal Development for Junior Researchers last Feb. 5 to 8 in Dagupan City.

Twenty-five junior researchers from different state universities and colleges and agencies in Cordillera who are members of the consortium participated in the training.

The young researchers were capacitated on packaging Research, Development and Extension (RDE) proposals that enhanced their knowledge and skills on the RDE process. They were also guided on how to mainstream gender aspect in their research proposals.

The training-workshop was designed to ensure the availability of human resources in various agriculture, aquatic and natural resources sectors in the region, especially that many of the senior researchers have retired or will be retiring, which affected the research output performance of some academic institutions and agencies engaged in research.

Dr. Carlito Laurean, consortium director and vice president for Research and Extension of Benguet State University said the increased salary of faculty researchers due to the implementation of the salary standardization law, which is on its third tranche, had somehow affected research initiatives because some of them are not anymore interested to conduct researches.

He added that capacitating junior researchers can be potential catalysts in the implementation of meaningful RDE activities because they are the ones providing technical and administrative assistance to the projects by ensuring that all activities are in accordance with the project work plan of activities so that all deliverables will be provided with appropriate actions.

As outputs, the participants drafted project proposal for their respective institutions.  These outputs submitted during the activity will be enhanced and written as project proposals using the preferred format of possible funding agencies.


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