22 Researches Published in in Scopus-Indexed Journals

The University of Rizal System waves high to support the RDEP targets in research publication; an endeavor with which Dr. Marites M. Rio, Vice-President for RDEP and Dr. Niclie L. Tiratira, Director for Research aced with dedication and compassion. As a result, 18 researches were published in Scopus-indexed journals by 22 faculty-researchers from the different campuses of the University.

Dr. Leo C. Rio’s research titled “SMS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth-Based Electrical Loads Control System” was published last October 2020 in Solid State Technology, Volume 63, Issue Number 5.      SST is a Blind Peer Reviewed and Scopus-indexed and leading publication journal for scientific researches. The other twenty one (21) faculty have their researches published at PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/ Egyptology which advances research that is focused on social methodologies and approaches in archeology studies and developments on disciplines such as social geography, behavioral science, social life, time, landscape, aesthetics, and social memory.

The details of their journal publication are as shown below:

Research Title Author/s Journal Details (journal title, Vol No.,       Issue No., ISSN)
SMS, WiFi and Bluetooth-Based Electrical Loads Control  Dr. Leo C Rio Solid State Technology Volume: 63, Issue: 5 Publication Year: 2020, ISSN: 0038-111X, pp 1724-1741
Disaster Risk Reduction Management of University of Rizal: Perspectives for Strategic Action Dr. Allan E Conde PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 1, ISSN 1567-214X, pp 279 - 290
Entrepreneurial Skills of Rural Based Entrepreneurs: Basis for Enhancement Program Dr. Ariel M Plantilla PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 1,, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 291  -299
Study Habits, Parenting Style, and Learning Style as Correlates to Academic Performance of Students with Solo Parent Dr. Jenisus O Dejarlo, Dr. Jannie SJ Manimtim, Earth DP Pasilla, Jansen A San Juan and Johanne SJ Aterrado PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 1, ISSN 1567-214X, pp 300 - 306
Assessing Deficiencies in Composition Writing: A Case  of Filipino College Freshmen Learners Dr. Jocelyn L Gagalang PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 1, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 307-316
Board Performance and Preparation Interventions among Teacher Education Graduates in Eastern Rizal Dr. Juliet ST Fulgado PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 1, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 317-330
Pedagogical Approaches in Teaching Bachelor of      Elementary Education Teacher-Candidates Dr. Marites M Rio, Dr. Jannie SJ Manimtim and Johanne SJ Aterrado PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 1, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 331 - 342
Analysis on Productivity, Performance and Upward Mobility of Faculty Members Dr. Marvin P Amoin PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 1, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 343 - 353
Strategic Human Resource Planning of Commercial  Establishments: Basis for a Proposed Action Plan Dr. Eden C Santos PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 1, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 354 - 367
Education and Work-Related Variables and Role       Performance of Faculty Members in a State University,      Philippines Dr. Juan O Abarro PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 1, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 368 - 381
Employers' Perspectives on English-Major Graduates' Attributes, Skills, and Personal Qualities Dr. Jocelyn L Gagalang PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 2, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 460-472
Improving Students' Performance with the Use of the Worktext in Psychological Assessment Dr. Niclie L Tiratira PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 2, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 473-479
Structural Violence in the Jokes about the Indigenous Mangyans of Oriental Mindoro, Philippines Dr. Jerwin M Mahaguay PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 2, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 480 -492
Correlation of Study Attitudes and Methods on the  Adjustment of the Selected College Students Prof. Liezel R Francisco PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 2, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 493-500
Exploring Prime-Human Resource Management and Organizational Commitment: A Perspective Dr. Analyn V. Inarda PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 2, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 501-517
Work Integrated Learning Program of Bachelor of     Science in Business Administration Major in Human Resource Development Management Dr. Joanne S Concepcion PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 2, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 518-527
Gender-Related Violence in Philippines Schools: Issues, Challenges and Trajectories Dr. Marilou C Pantaleo and          Glenn M Ison PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 2, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 528 - 538
On the Influence of Sample Size to Precision of          Percentages and Means in a Survey Research Dr. Wilfredo P Mariño PalArch's Journal of Archeology of Egypt/Egyptology Volume 17 No. 2, ISSN 1567-214X,  pp 539 - 546

 

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