Ifugao State U has new president

LAMUT, Ifugao, June 11 (PIA) - - Dr. Eva Marie C. Dugyon assumed as the second  president of the Ifugao State University vice Dr. Serafin   Ngohayon.

 

 “History unfolded for IFSU with the election of Dr. Eva Marie C. Dugyon as the second university president. The Board of Regents has spoken so let us all rally to support the new President,” said  Ngohayon who served as the university president for two terms.  

Dugyon accepted the responsibility to lead the university during the turn-over ceremony held at IFSU Main Campus last week with the   commitment of serving the common good with utmost responsibility and integrity guided by the time-honored principle of ‘public office is a public trust.’

 “It is an honor and yet humbling for me to accept the mantle of leadership, which not only marks the beginning of new chapter, new milestone for IFSU, but also unlocks the door of new opportunities for all of us to challenge the status quo and create breakthroughs together for our university,” Dugyon said.

“It is in truth a great sacrifice on us which we are committed to endure with the grace of the Almighty God, from whom we draw our strength and to whom we dedicate this divine calling.  And to all who believe and trust in God’s will; and to those who sacrificed and fasted with me, thank you for the quantum leap of Faith,” she added.

 Dugyon is one of the four applicants for the presidency that include Dr. Camilo Pimentel, Dr. Napoleon Taguiling and Dr. Dinah Licyayo. Marcelo Lihgawon (JDP/MBL- PIA CAR, Ifugao)

 

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