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2 Josenians top CPA board exams

CPA May 2015 Placer

Friday, May 29, 2015 The accountancy program of the University of San Jose-Recoletos once again proved to be one of the best in the country after 2 of its graduates landed in the top 10 of the recently concluded licensure examinations for public accountants. John Lester Juarez Lastimosa and Bridget…

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USJ-R, DOLE hand livelihood package to chosen beneficiary

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Thursday, May 28, 2015 A mother of 4 from an urban poor community received a livelihood aid through the joint program between USJ-R and a government agency, giving her an opportunity to start a business to help support her growing family. Gina Lacbayo, 43, was the chosen beneficiary of cooking…

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Dr. German Quisil, USJ-R HR Associate, dies at 51


Monday, May 18, 2015 The University of San Jose-Recoletos is grieving over the demise of a ranking University official, and religious administrators are asking the Josenian community and the general public to say a prayer for the eternal repose of the deceased. Human Resource Associate Dr. German Quisil succumbed to…

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Josenian finalist for Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines

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Saturday, May 16, 2015 A Josenian fresh graduate was selected as finalist to one of the most prestigious student leadership awards in the country after grabbing a slot in the regional level, giving honor to USJ-R as a leading institution that develops and produces future trailblazers. Industrial Engineering graduate Adriel…

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USJ-R Civil Engineering scores above national passing percentage

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015 The University of San Jose-Recoletos posted a rate above the national passing percentage in the recently concluded licensure examinations for civil engineering, validating the school’s good standing among institutions that offer the program nationwide. Of the 4,311 who took the licensure exams last May 2–3, only…

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