/ 25 October 2020

THE ISABELA State University Research and Development last Friday held its annual University In-house Review to continue its mandate on its research and extension programs amid the Covid19 pandemic.

This year, the University’s Research and Development, Extension and Training opted to conduct remote paper evaluation in adherence to minimum health standards of social gathering in the new normal.

“With over 100 researches from respective categories including Technical, Technological, Social, and Higher Education, oral presentations were not possible,” ISU said.

“Manuscripts were then delivered to evaluators from reputable regional offices such as Department of Agriculture’s Isabela Experiment Station, Cagayan Valley Research Center, Quirino Experiment Station, Nueva Vizcaya Experiment Station, Northern Cagayan Experiment Station, Southern Cagayan Research Center, DA Regional Field Office 02, along the University’s academic partner Cagayan State University,” it added.

ISU stressed that it is committed to generate scientific knowledge and innovations which are the driving force of economic growth and development in the province of Isabela.

“The University with its vision to be the leading research university in the country consistently engages in significant research undertakings in the hope of discovering new knowledge, innovative technologies and practices toward sustainably-developed communities,” ISU said.

The In-house Review also serves as a venue in recognizing the efforts of the ISU’s scientists and researchers in propelling research vibrancy in the university.