SCIENCE
COLLEGE
GOVERNMENT


Kyle Junsay
0915 998 2974

COS MONTH
(March 6-23, 2017)
Various activities will be held and it will focus deliberately on the students of the College of Science.

A.T.O.M.S.
(June 2, 3 and 8, 2017)
A Transformative Organizational Movement for Science (A.T.O.M.S.) is a research congress that will serve as an avenue for students from different universities all over the country to discuss and consider issues that are relevant to the youth. This will allow the representatives from student government and organizations to brainstorm ideas and present sustainable scientific solutions.









A.T.O.M.S.: SYNTHESIS
(July 8, 2017)
A two-part project where the students can collaborate with one another for a long progressive plan. The first phase is INNOVATE; this is where students share their distinct talents from the information that they gathered a series of seminars, talks, and forums, that will contibrute and be applied in their inventions, researches, or projects.The second phase is DISCOVER; this is the culminating activity where students, professors, and researchers are invited and implement their projects, theories, and researches, an avenue to present new innovations and discoveries.

SCIENCE BUILDERS PROGRAM
(3rd term)
A two-part program that will cater both premedical and non-premedical students of the College of Science. For the pre-medical students, a medical school program where series of seminars and talks with other medical schools will be offered. For non-premedical students, a career assistance program will take place, where insights and knowledge about being a researcher, a professor, a businessman and the like will be provided.

FOCUS2014

Ciara Trunio
0977 456 7221

Eloise Tejada
0917 563 5283

DESIGN YOUR FUTURE
(March 10, 2017)
A tie up project with ASO that would help enlighten the view of graduating students with their future career plans. It is a series of talks for any possible job and career that await them.

ZERO-X
(March 2017)
This is a project where each 114 COS students will be given a stub for a free Xerox inside the DLSU campus.

SELF GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
(March 2017)
A series of talks and seminars where students are given the chance to learn concepts that may empower them to strive for self improvement and growth in all aspects.

FOCUS2015

Enrique Labios
0917 701 9343

Erika Tagupa
0917 516 0167

Coleen Velasco
0955 144 2753

PROJECT F.O.C.U.S.
(3rd term)
Project F.O.C.U.S is a streamline of initiatives that are directed toward five aspects: Forests, Oceans, Communities, University, and Students. For University, the direction of the organization is to provide different services that can ease their stay in the University. The other Student Services projects of the unit will also be republished, re-launched, and evaluated.

COS COMMUNICATIONS
(year long)
COS Communications is the main offline announcement service of FOCUS2015, in partnership with the Alliance of Science Organizations.

FOCUS ON ME
(year long)
FOCUS On Me is the collective release of FOCUS2015’s standard student services. Inclusive FOCUS2015’s website, COSyllabus Collective, and many more.

FOCUS2016

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