iACADEMY’s Student-led Theses Get Recognized and Indexed in International Publications


iACADEMY’s Student-led Theses Get Recognized and Indexed in International Publications

At the onset, Senior High School programs of iACADEMY train students to be industry-ready and industry-relevant even before they head to college and pursue their specialized careers.
 
With projects that hone their skills and opportunities that prepare them to be ahead, Grade 12 students from all strands conducted research projects in multidisciplinary areas, presented each of them internationally, and published them online and in international journals.
 
iACADEMY congratulates the following students and their theses, all of which were presented at the 2nd Singapore Institute of Multidisciplinary Professions-Ascendens Asia Group Joint Multidisciplinary Research Conference, entitled "Capacity-Building towards Realization of Sustainable Development Goals" on September 23, 2017, at Hotel Jen Manila, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City, Philippines:
 
  1. Loise Marie Ambat, Thomas Reese Cabagnot, Daniel Jasper Flores, and Ryan Christopher Tiong (Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM) Students), for “A Study on Designing a Marketing Plan for a Start-Up Business in the Philippines”

  2. John Zander Bulilan, Monique Bridget Guinto, Yen Kyla Noche, Dune Myra Ellis Paulo, and Charlene Sahagun (Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Students), for “Social Media and its Role in the Intention of Customer and Non-Customers of halp-U”

  3. Nicole Agustin, and Kaaia Hymna Tala Endaya (Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) Students), for “Traversing Religious Freedom in the Philippine Setting from Pre-colonial Period to Present: A Historical Case Study”

  4. Nicole Agustin, and Kaaia Hymna Tala Endaya (Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) Students), for “Traversing Religious Freedom in the Philippine Setting from Pre-colonial Period to Present: A Historical Case Study”

  5. Sophia Bernadette Eslabon, Stephanie Nadine Saroca, and Ma. Sophia Sian (Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) Students), for “Trends and Challenges: Religious Pluralism in Indonesia and Singapore"

  6. Samantha Grace Battung, Yechan Lee, Josephine Arabella Revereza, Kiri Anna San Jose, and Jose Gabriel Tagala (Multimedia Arts (MMA) Students), for “Filipino Youth’s Preference for Local Films with Mainstream Celebrities"

  7. Fiona Edem, Emee Ganibi, Angela Sibayan, Soleil Smith, and Mirjana Janelle Valencia (Animation Students) for, “Effective Elements Infographic Poster Statement T-Shirts Cause Empathy Filipino People Metro Manila Save Sulu Hornbills”

  8. Elisha Gabriel Briones, Density Kind Empleo, Joshua Realosa, and Miguel Andre Soliven (Animation Students) for, “Interactive Art Used as a Vessel to Help Praise Awareness and Preserve the Cebu Flowerpecker”

  9. Maria Eloisa Boac, Angelo Louis Vincenzo Capulong, Rose Anthonette Plariza, and Ysabella Therese Martinez (Animation Students), for “The Awareness of iACADEMY Senior High Students: Activism Art and Endangered Wildlife"

  10. Anne Coleen Bulilan, Ulysses CaragayanJhemica Hernandez, Eisley Navela, and Ashlley Tiempo (Fashion Design Students), for “The Perceptions of Contemporary Filipino Fashion Designers on Promoting the Filipino Cultural Identity Through Modern Textile Design”

  11. Marc Gavriel Abinuman, Jean Michel Gabrielle Gomez, Abdul Mu’izz Haider Janjua, Jindev Mann, Erik Mariano, Charles Wenzel Orlanda, and Symeon Peter Seguis (Software Development (SD) Students), for “Using CCTV Cameras with Sensors to Help Lessen Traffic in Makati City”

  12. Ariel Arevalo II, William Henry Datu, Phillip Justine Garay, Anthony Lance Jarlega, Mel Ivan Magsino, James Ronald Temblor, Basil Nicolo Urrutia, and Robin Benjamin Yabyabin (Software Development (SD) Students), for “Virtual Traffic Lights in Reducing or Alleviating Traffic Congestion”
All these research projects were also digitally Published on Ascendens Asia Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Conference Proceeding on September 23, 2017; The Public Knowledge Project of Canada on November 13, 2017; and the National Library Board of Singapore on January 25, 2018.
 
Congratulations, Game Changers! iACADEMY is proud of you all!
 
To learn more about our Senior High School programs, visit https://iacademy.edu.ph/k12

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