CITE STUDENTS BAG AWARDS IN VARIOUS COMPETITIONS
January 31, 2021
The College of Information Technology and Engineering (CITE) has been on a winning streak with its students’ victories on various Regional, National and International competitions.
During the ALPAS Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers Northern-Central Luzon Student Congress on January 31, 2021, the college organization Society of Industrial Engineering Students (SIES) emerged as the overall champion and achieved awards in five more categories. For the Spoken Word Poetry, David Calimon was hailed as the champion for his piece titled “MVP”. Jhersy Joy Sacdalan’s entry titled “The Catalyst” snatched the 3rd place in Digital Art Competition. For Research, Darel Callo, Chris Angelo Guan, Marielle Lucas, and Ivy Salazar won the 2nd place for their research “Optimization of Module Distribution in The New Normal Using Transportation Algorithm”. For Feasibility Study, Karen Laroza, Ma. Christina Roque, Joshua Tizon, Paula Vicente won 2nd place for their study “Jackfruit Sugar”. Allan Jude Bandavia, Danielle Anne Mae Lavapie, and Mariette Vicente won 2nd place in Quiz Bee.
Groups of Industrial Engineering students also competed in team-based tactical video games and bagged awards in the Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers Northern and Central Luzon IE E-Sport. Ernest John Cartago, Justine Brian Ibon, Vrent Ashley Inocentes, Mark Gian Justine Cruz, Rodrigo Carbonera III, and John Aron Dy Tioco won 3rd place in Valorant while Ralp Lawrence Villanueva, Larry Lhorens Bartolo, Jerome Malabag, John Kim Enerio, Landayan Peren, and Raymark Mariano placed 3rd in Mobile Legends.
In the Ergonomics Convention 2021 Innovation Competition, Paula Vicente and Jashen Gloriano’s Self Sanitizing Table achieved 4th place. Christine Andrea Magsakay and Karen Laroza’s entry titled Campus Development for the New Normal won 3rd place.
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