top of page

3rd International Multidisciplinary Research Conference Celebrates Innovations in Education

Updated: May 25

On May 20, 2024, the La Taza International Learning Center in Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines hosted the 3rd International Multidisciplinary Research Conference, Honorary Doctorate Conferment, and Awarding Ceremony. The event, organized by Asian Continental Educators and Researchers, Inc. (ACER, Inc.), revolved around the theme "Innovations in Education: Navigating Challenges, Embracing Opportunities."


The conference was graced by distinguished guests including Dr. Pratik Rajan Mungekar, President of ACER, Inc., Prof. Mary Easter Claire S. Perez-Torres, Vice-President of ACER, Inc., and Dr. Steven Christopher Wong, Board Member of ACER, Inc.


In a highlight of the evening, the following individuals were honored for their exemplary contributions in their respective fields:


- Dr. Vinod Damodar Malap received the Outstanding Achievement Award in the Field of Human Resource and Educational Leadership.

- Dr. Raymond H. Banzuela was awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award in the Field of Business Management and Entrepreneurship.

- Dr. Veena Sapnesh was recognized with the Outstanding Achievement Award in the Field of Graphoanalysis and Alternative Healing.

- La Taza International Learning Center was lauded as the Outstanding Learning Center for Early Childhood Education.


In addition, Elior Evangelical University conferred honorary doctorate degrees on three distinguished individuals:

- Dr. Veena Sapnesh received an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Alternative Healing.

- Dr. Angelo Aga D. Silvestre was conferred an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Psychology.

- Dr. Gerald P. Estoperez also received an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Psychology.


The event featured insightful presentations from prominent resource speakers, including Prof. Nada Ratković from Croatia, Amb. Prof. Dr. Esther Mala from Malaysia, and Prof. Rania Lampou from Greece.


3rd

The ceremony also saw the active participation of the dedicated faculty of La Taza International Learning Center, namely Aniza Saidil Daimon, Lovely M. Apego, Rina Crisandra R. Loremia, and Christel Joy L. Ancheta.


Significantly, ACER, Inc. signed a memorandum of understanding with La Taza International Learning Center, pledging future collaboration on research and faculty development programs. This partnership aims to foster continuous innovation and professional growth in the educational sector.


The 3rd International Multidisciplinary Research Conference successfully underscored the importance of innovation in education, highlighting the ongoing commitment of educators and researchers to overcome challenges and seize opportunities in the ever-evolving landscape of learning.

Comments


bottom of page