In an exciting development at Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT), we are thrilled to share the latest updates on the designations of our esteemed personnel. With the guidance of College President Eutiquio L. Rotaquio, Jr., PhD, ASCOT is proud to present a lineup of dedicated professionals who are ready to take on new roles and contribute to our institution’s growth and success.

Dr. RB J. Gallego has been appointed as the Dean of the School of Forestry and Environmental Sciences. His extensive expertise in these fields, along with his concurrent position as Vice President for Academic Affairs, promises a bright future for ASCOT as we advance academic excellence and environmental stewardship.

Introducing our new directors for various units:

Diana Rose P. de Mesa-Amazona is now the Director/ Information Officer III of our Information Unit. Equipped with exceptional communication and information management skills, Diana will play a pivotal role in effectively disseminating crucial updates and fostering meaningful engagement within our ASCOT community.

Joshua dela Cruz, Instructor I takes on the position of the Director in the Socio-Cultural Affairs Office. With his passion for cultural preservation and community engagement, Joshua will lead us in organizing vibrant events that celebrate the rich tapestry of our ASCOT community.

Dan Amiel M. Moral has been designated Director at our Indigenous People Research Center. Dan’s unwavering dedication to indigenous knowledge and research will contribute to a deeper understanding of our indigenous communities and the promotion of their empowerment.

p style=”text-align: justify;”>Engr. Carlito H. Pantalunan assumes the crucial role of College Electrical Engineer. Engr. Pantalunan will ensure the smooth operation of our electrical systems, maintaining a safe and efficient campus environment.

Engr. Rudyson R. Orande has been designated as the Electrical Engineer for Casiguran Campus. In this role, Engr. Orande will oversee the electrical infrastructure of our Casiguran Campus, guaranteeing reliable power supply for our students and faculty.

Ma. Tricia Nicole C. Gelido steps into the role of Property Custodian, where her meticulous attention to detail and organizational skills will ensure the effective management of ASCOT’s valuable assets.

King Alvin Grospe, Instructor I, is now the Research Coordinator for the School of Information Technology. Sir King will lead the way in advancing innovation and knowledge within our IT department. Get ready for some groundbreaking discoveries and cutting-edge projects under his guidance!

We congratulate all the personnel on their new designations and commend their unwavering commitment to ASCOT’s vision of academic excellence, innovation, and community engagement.

Stay tuned for more exciting updates as ASCOT continues to pave the way for #universityhood.

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