Trinity Talk: Celebrating Abundance
Last February 16 (Tuesday)at 1:00pm, TUA administrators came together for a special Trinity Talk, online panel discussion to talk about the Trinity community, the different colleges, units, sections, and offices of the university, as well as their experiences, and thoughts. The program started with the introduction of the administrators to give those students a glimpse of the different administrators who some have not met in person due to an almost a year of online classes.
This is special edition Trinity Talk was divided into four sessions of online panel discussions. The first session was moderated by Dr. Rodelio Bathan, Director of OSMA. With panelists, Dr. Rufo B. Aggarao, Dean of CAHS, Dr. Juliet K. Bucoy, Dean of Graduate School and Mr. Randy D. Lagdaan, Director of ICT. Their topic of discussion was about TUA: Year in Review. And they shared their most amazing or surprising moment and how we are surviving the pandemic.
Session 2 was about the TUA community struggles. This session was moderated by Ms. Jeaneete Victoria Naval, Director of Guidance Office with panelists Dr. Ferdinand Bunag, Dean of CEIS, Dr. Maria Teresa Rodriguez, Dean of CMT, and Architect Marjorie Marfil-Obsum, Director of BAM. The session was characterized by a delightful sharing of the most trying experiences and most valuable lessons learned.
The future of TUA Education was the focus of the third session which was moderated by Ms. Emmely Noemi B. Arboleda, Section Head of SCS. The panelists included Dr. Maria Victoria Ulgado-Rosas, Dean of CBMA, Prof. Alejandro C. Vinalay, OIC of SHS and Dr. Maria Antonia C. Capili, Director of URDC. The discussions highlighted the future expectations and realizations in basics education, business and research.
To complete the event, session 4 centered on the unforgettable moments and was moderated by Mrs. Caroline Balmes, Section Head of TCDS. The panelists included Ms. Jinky Gamit, Director of MCO, Prof. Julius D. Somera, OIC of JHS and Mr. Jose Lino L. Sarmiento, Director of HRDU. The session began with very emotional recollections among the panelists of their most touching moments in TUA. And ended with their most memorable comedic moments. A slide show of memories and activities was shown afterwards.
The Trinity Talk: Celebrating Abundance highlighted the complex stories of the TUA community with the highs and lows of their experiences. We cherish and celebrate the community in its 58th founding anniversary.