Partner agencies that have fundedvarious research endeavors of the university and faculty researchers who haveshown great accomplishments in basic and applied research, technology transferand promotion were also recognized during the celebration which started on Dec.9 and ended on Dec. 11.(With a reportPIA/PN) CAPSU president Dr. Editha Alfon saidthe technofest was successful and will be carried out through the RDE unit inthe succeeding years. The unit was spearheaded by Dr. Lucy Beluso. It also aimed at highlighting thedevelopments and achievements of the institution in research, productdevelopment and utility model. The technofest included an exhibit,showcasing the current innovative knowledge, technology and products developedby the university. During his speech on the opening day,Rep. Fredenil Castro of the 2nd District of Capiz, commended the school for theinitiative and the food-centered researches, challenging the university “tocome up with something better, special, more sophisticated, and spectacular.” The technofest was also a venue forthe science community and enthusiasts, particularly the technology developersand investors, including the science and technology service providers andclients, to interact, exchange ideas and pursue potential opportunities intechnology commercialization and linkages. TRANSLATED TO COMMUNITIES. CAPSU vice – president for Research, Development and Extension Dr. Lucy Beluso (on mic) says that the research products in terms of new technologies and basic researches are translated to the communities in view of the schools’ extension services during an interaction with local tri-media practitioners, Dec. 9, at CAPSU Dayao satellite college in Roxas City. Photo by PIA Capiz/A. Lumaque ROXAS City – The Research, Developmentand Extension (RDE) unit of the Capiz State University (CAPSU) conducted athree-day celebration on its breakthroughs in research and technology here.
Press Association He said: “Louis, who took the job, is what I would call a managers’ coach. He’s one of these committed ultra-professionals. Football is his life. “Wherever he has managed, every footballer will have learned from him. He’s strong, single-minded, as he showed again with the Netherlands at the World Cup – a marvellously entertaining tournament which supported my earlier point about teams counter-attacking nowadays en masse. “I like Louis and have always had a good rapport with him. If I had to choose one word for him it would be ‘formidable’. “His urge is to play attractive football. He likes to watch players play and players train and to be involved at all levels, including in the development of young players. “His background at Ajax shows that his faith in youth will not diminish. He was a good choice.” Ferguson also applauded Van Gaal’s decision to appoint former midfielder Ryan Giggs, who took over from Moyes on a caretaker basis, as his assistant. Predicting that the Welshman would thrive under the older man’s influence, he said: “Louis could help Giggs learn about this business. In turn, Ryan could help Louis in understanding the inner workings of United. “As I look back on all those trophies, and those 963 appearances and 168 goals, I recall him as a physical freak. How he could have performed at the level he played at for all those years is beyond me. “With Giggs I found perfection.” The additions to Ferguson’s story also include his reflections on a series of opposing managers, with an old foe – Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger – among them. Wenger’s Gunners ended a long wait for a trophy with a 3-2 FA Cup final victory over Hull in May, and while that meant disappointment for one of the Scot’s acolytes, Steve Bruce, he did not begrudge the Frenchman his success, and admitted he could come close to beating his 26 years in the same job. Ferguson said: “Arsene has always been dogged and determined about his beliefs and has never succumbed to pressure to change. “The standard and the method have been consistent. He has always been good at acquiring and developing young players. He is never afraid to play young people – which is bold, because young players are not fully formed. “Who is to say that Arsene will not beat my record? I have my doubts, but he’s having a good crack at it.” If Ferguson was a spectator for the 2013-14 season, he remained very much involved and revealed he had conversations with Tony Pulis before he accepted the Crystal Palace job and Barclays Premier League-bound Burnley boss Sean Dyche on several occasions. He voiced his support too for old ally Sam Allardyce, whose style of football was called into question by West Ham supporters last season. Ferguson said: “I hope that before I die, someone can explain the ‘West Ham way’. What is it? They last won a trophy in 1980, the FA Cup. “I never played against any West Ham team that played football I was afraid of. They were always surviving, or lucky as hell against us. “I had to sympathise with Sam. He couldn’t win. There is this preconception with West Ham fans that Big Sam is a survivalist who tells teams to boot the ball up the pitch. “The truth is that he stayed up with a team of very average players. That’s management. He drew the best from them.” The 63-year-old Dutchman is currently attempting to revitalise United after replacing David Moyes at Old Trafford in the summer. Writing in his updated autobiography, Ferguson described Van Gaal as “a good choice”. Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has backed the “formidable” Louis van Gaal to restore the club’s fortunes.
Right-hander Chris Anderson, the Dodgers’ 2013 first-round pick, earned his first invitation to major-league camp after a full season at Single-A. Left-handers Robert Carson and Ryan Buchter also received invitations.Other position players invited include catchers Buck Britton, Ali Solis, Chris O’Brien and Shawn Zarraga, first baseman O’Koyea Dickson, and utility players Kyle Jensen and Darnell Sweeney.Pitchers and catchers report to spring training on Feb. 19, at Camelback Ranch in Glendale. Eighteen-year-old pitching prospect Julio Urias has earned a non-roster invitation to the Dodgers’ 2015 spring training camp. Urias is coming off an outstanding season at age 17 for Single-A Rancho Cucamonga. He and top shortstop prospect Corey Seager headline a list of 17 non-roster invitees to the Dodgers’ camp announced Friday.Shortstop Erisbel Arruebarrena, who was designated for assignment nine days ago with four years remaining on his $25 million contract, is also in that group. Arruebarrena was assigned to Triple-A after he cleared waivers. Joining him are outfielder Matt Carson (Yucaipa High School graduate) and pitchers David Huff (Huntington Beach, UCLA), Sergio Santos (Hacienda Heights/Mater Dei HS) and Josh Ravin (Chatsworth). Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error