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Marians Attend PAPJA Nat’l Confab; SAS Dean is Workshop Facilitator

By Ma. Teresa B. Tayaban, Ph D
Dean, School of Arts and Sciences


The 24th Annual Convention of the Psychological Association of the Philippines Junior Affiliates (PAPJA) was held at the De La Salle University-Dasmarinas, Dasmarinas, Cavite, November 27, 2010.

Twenty-three Psychology and Guidance majors from the School of Arts and Sciences participated in the said convention. They were accompanied by Mrs. Alona C. Costales, faculty member, Psychology and Guidance Department and by Dr. Ma. Teresa B. Tayaba, Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences.

The PAPJA convention is held yearly to gather in one venue psychology students from all over the country for updates on the various fields of psychology. Highlights of the convention include the Psychology Quiz Bee and simultaneous workshops.

For this year, Dr. Tayaban was invited to be one of the workshop facilitators. She shared the topic on Exploring Filipino Thanatology (Death Science) with the objective that psychology students would develop a more positive attitude towards death and dying and be equipped to handle grief counseling.

The Psychology and Guidance student participants were Abeer Acero, Ma. Stephanie Eira Aduca, Frances Joyce Dulnuan, Phoebe Arriane Gammad, Shebel Go, Doreen May Manantan, Shirleene Faith Adviento, Benjo Balanag, Abigail Basao, Czarina Frances Celestino, Abigail Joy De Guzman, Reiner Dulawan, Jo-Hanna Cristy Goloyugo, Keith Ivy Navarro, Jemily Blanca Nicolas, Mary Joy Rosqueta, Sarah Bless Sanchez, Rose Ann Balentec, Rahzel Cabauatan,, Michael Jared Lilagan, Jennifer Ann Mateo, Zyphren Rea Pitpit and, Marlo Salum.
 

 
 
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