ASI Social Work Board Review Live Sessions via Microsoft Teams Review classes will be from July 13 to July 31, 2021 Tuesday to Saturday | 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM Review Fee (one-time payment): P 2,500.00 via bank deposit BPI Checking Account Name: Asian Social Institute, Inc. Account Number: 3281-0274-24 BOPIPHMM Email image/scanned copy of […]
Dr. Mina Ramirez is one rare gem excelling in this field. Dr. Mina Ramirez is the female successor of Rev. Fr. Francis Senden, cicm, PhD, founder of the Asian Social Institute (ASI), after his death in 1973.
The course emphasizes holistic, integrative and participatory approaches to community development work toward sustainability in the context of the growing global concern about climate change
This graduate program is designed for persons who are presently or expect to be engaged in the social services, human and social development processes
The program endeavors to prepare leaders of institutions to exercise effective leadership for the 21st century.
Writing cohesively and coherently The English dictionary shows that the word ‘cohesion’ comes from the Latin word cohaes, meaning ‘cleaved together’. To cleave means to hold, cling or adhere together. The word ‘coherence’ is similar in meaning to ‘cohesion’. Coherence comes from the Latin word cohaerent, which means ‘sticking together’. But, the parts that stick […]
To our dear ASI students, Practical Academic Tips is a new fortnightly research service from the Asian Social Institute’s Research Office.This service is intended primarily to assist ASI graduate students in honing their research capabilities and writing skills. The idea for this research service sprang from the challenges faced by first year graduate students who […]
Referencing in MS Word 2007 Do you know that MS Word has a referencing feature that will help you generate your bibliography in your class report, research paper, or thesis? If you don’t, this is the time for you to master it before you even begin writing your research. Impress your professors by submitting academically […]
Writing Academically All of us write in one way or another. We write e-mails, reminders to ourselves, daily journals or diaries (among the digital savvies, it’s now called blogs). We write essays, reports, office memos, and others. Even when we send a brief SMS or text, we write. So what makes ‘writing academically’ different from […]