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UST ICS Freshmen Orientation

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  • 1. Freshmen Orientation INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION AND COMPUTING SCIENCES Est. 2014 Your Name Class Adviser, Section Engr. Ricardo S. Balog SWDB Coordinator for Engineering
  • 2. UST Mission The University of Santo Tomas, the Pontifical and Catholic University of the Philippines, inspired by the ideals of St. Dominic de Guzman and guided by the teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas, dedicates herself to the pursuit of Truth through the production, advancement and transmission of knowledge for the formation of competent and compassionate professionals, committed to the service of the church, the nation and the global community
  • 3. UST Vision Faithful to her centuries-old tradition of excellence, the University of Santo Tomas, envisions herself as a globally recognized institution of higher learning, actualizing the professional and moral formation of her students and effecting social transformation.
  • 4. HISTORY OF IICS In 1984, the College of Science introduced the BS Mathematics major in Computer Science program. In 1999, the BS Mathematics major in Computer Science was converted to BS Computer Science. Similarly, the program BS Commerce major in Information System Management was converted to BS Information Management. Eventually, the Department of Information and Computer Studies was born and placed under the College of Science. Three programs namely, BS Computer Science, BS Information Management, BS information Technology where offered on that year.
  • 5. HISTORY OF IICS In 2003, the ICS Department transferred to the Roque Ruao Building but still under the administration of the College of Science. In 2004, the ICS Department was officially transferred under the administration of the Faculty of Engineering. In 2006, the BS Information Management program was discontinued and the BS Information Systems was born. During the same year, a new set of curricula for the BSCS, BSIT and BSIS programs were offered to freshmen students. In 2013, another new set of curricula containing various specialization tracks for the BSCS, BSIT and BSIS programs were offered to freshmen students.
  • 6. HISTORY OF IICS Still in 2013, the Department of Information and Computer Studies was abolished and replaced by three new departments namely: Department of Computer Science, Department of Information Technology and Department of Information Systems. In 2014, the Institute of Information and Computing Sciences (IICS) was born and the Department of Computer Science, Department of Information Technology and Department of Information Systems were all placed under the administration of the Institute.
  • 7. MISSION OF IICS As an academic arm of the Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomas, the Catholic University of the Philippines, the Institute of Information and Computing Sciences (IICS) is committed in producing competent, compassionate and committed Thomasian graduates who are strongly founded with the existing theories and principles surrounding their field of interest and is capable in the efficient application of computing solutions which adheres to high ethical and moral standards.
  • 8. VISION OF IICS The UST Institute of Information and Computing Sciences (IICS) envisions itself to be a Center of Excellence in Information Technology Education. With the fast changing innovation in the IT industry, we foresee our students as globally competitive graduates who specialize in the areas of Computer Science, Information Technology and Information Systems. This can only be achieved however with faculty members and staff who are professional, ethical and morally upright who respond to the needs and challenges of our constantly changing society.
  • 9. IICS ADMIN. OFFICIALS Prof. Philipina A. Marcelo, Ph.D. Dean, Faculty of Engineering Engr. Alex A. Santos Director Rev. Fr. Hermel O. Pama, O.P. Regent Mrs. Jerralyn Padua Institute Secretary
  • 10. IICS ACADEMIC OFFICIALS Assoc. Prof. Perla P. Cosme Chair, Department of Computer Science Engr. Mia V. Eleazar Chair, Department of Information Technology Mrs. Mylene J. Domingo Chair, Department of Information Systems
  • 11. DEPT. OF COMPUTER SCIENCE CHAIR: PERLA P. COSME 1. ACULA, DONATA 2. AGBAYANI, JESUS 3. AMBROCIO, MAYRA CHRISTINA 4. BAHINTING, JUSTINE 5. BARTOLOME, ELLISON 6. ESTABILLO, CHERRY ROSE 7. CABERO, JONATHAN 8. COSME, PERLA 9. DELFINADO, CECIL 10.GONZALES, FRANCIS GERARD 11.JUGUETA, ELEANOR ALMA 12.LACHICA, LORRAINE LARA 13.SAGUM, RIA 14.SEO, JOSE 15.SIDEO, JANET
  • 12. COMPUTER SCIENCE SOCIETY
  • 13. DEPT. OF COMPUTER SCIENCE MATH / PHYSICS 1. AGUILAR, EZRA 2. BALMEO, KRISNAMONTE 3. JUGUETA, ELEANOR ALMA 4. LEDESMA, PETE VINCENT 5. LUCHICO, LYZA MARIE
  • 14. DEPT. OF INFORMATION TECH. CHAIR: ENGR. MIA ELEAZAR 1. AONUEVO, PAUL BENEDICT 2. BALAIS, MARICEL 3. BARIBAR, AARON 4. CARAMANCION, KEVIN MATTHE 5. DAEN, DARWIN 6. LACSAMANA, MA. BEATRIZ 7. LLAMAS, JAIRUS 8. ELEAZAR, MIA (CHAIR) 9. LOPEZ, ROCHELLE 10.PADUA, JERRALYN (FACULTY SECRETARY) 11.SANCHEZ, SHANICE 12.SANTOS, ANNE MICHELLE 13.TAAG, KARL ALEX 14.TAN, DEXTER 15. RAMIREZ, EUGENIA 16.VICTORIO, MIKE 17.ZALAMEDA, CHRISTIAN RAYMOND
  • 15. DEPT. OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS CHAIR: MRS. MYLENE DOMINGO 1. BARCELO, ARNE 2. BULURAN, JOSEPH RANNIE 3. CORTEZ, WILLIAM 4. DECAMORA, LAWRENCE 5. DIAZ, SALVE 6. DOMINGO, MYLENE 7. DURAN, MILDRED 8. GARCIA, JANE STEPHANIE 9. GUEVARA, STEVEN KRISTIAN 10. JAVELLANA, ZAELA SARAH 11. LADAO, CHRISTOPHER (CHAIR) 12. MARIANO, DIVINAGRACIA 13. MENDOZA, RENZI 14. MENOR, LUKE 15. OLAN, MERCEDITA 16. ORTIGAS, ANITA 17. OSAKO, NOBUMASA 18. PERALTA, EDITHA 19. REYES, VERGIL 20. SANTOS, ALEX 21. SOTTO, CAMILLE 22. VALMADRID, MARIKIT 23. YABUT, GEMINIANO
  • 16. JUNIOR PHILIPPINE COMPUTER SOCIETY
  • 17. True Education The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically... Intelligence plus character that is the goal of true education. (Martin Luther King Jr., Nobel Prize-winning 20th-century American civil rights leader)
  • 18. Real Character The measure of a man's real character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out. (Baron Thomas Babington Macauley, early 19th-century English historian)
  • 19. True Education "To educate a person in mind and not in morals is to educate a menace to society. (Theodore Roosevelt, 19th/20th century American adventurer and politician, Nobel Prize-winning U.S. president)
  • 20. Profile of a Thomasian 1. Competent Exudes a high degree of competence in pioneering human endeavors: Constant pursuit of truth Determined efforts to become signs of intellectual creativity Effort to become men and women of science and letters Quest for excellence
  • 21. Profile of a Thomasian 2. Compassionate Reaches out to with Christian compassion in: Service part