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   NOTICE OF SEARCH FOR MSU – MAGUINDANAO CAMPUS CHANCELLOR   Pursuant to CMO No. 16, S. and BOR Resolution Nos. 92, S. 2016 and 125, S. 2018, the Board of Regents of the Mindanao State University System formally and publicly announces that the Search for the MSU – Maguindanao Campus Chancellor is NOW OPEN.   Minimum Qualifications:  1.    Not less than thirty-five (35) years old and not more than sixty (60) years old at the time of application. Sixty (60) years old shall mean from the actual date of birth and not a day older beyond 60 years old.\ 2.    A natural-born Filipino citizen. 3.    Holder of an earned doctorate degree from a reputable higher education institution. 4.    Proven track record as an administrator (President, Vice-President, Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, Dean, Asst. Dean, Campus Administrator, Director), preferably in the tertiary academe, whether in public or private, for at least five (5) years. 5.    Must not have been convicted of any administrative offense or of any crime involving moral turpitude.  


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 The Mindanao State University, Marawi City (MSU-Marawi), through the Commission on Higher Education Disbursement Acceleration Program Fund (CHED-DAPF) 2012, intends to apply the sum of thirty five million 00/100 Pesos (Php. 35,000,000.00) as the Approved Budget for the Contract (ABC) for payment for the Proposed Construction of Two (2) Storey CSSH building, with contract no. CSSH-005-12. Bid received in excess of the ABC shall be automatically rejected at bid opening.



  1. To ensure the path of sustainable development by contributing to the human core of its foundation – strengthening the human spirit to believe in progress, as well as the possibilities of progress and a better quality of life;
  2. To assist people-empowerment by spearheading the total development of learners into well-rounded, educated persons by a sufficient exposure to, and grounding in the humanities and social sciences;
  3. To provide opportunities for learners to improve their communication skills not only for daily interactions but also for future leadership tasks in national or global affairs;
  4. To deepen awareness and critical understanding of the cultural heritage and history of the Filipinos and peoples of other countries, as well as the current realities in national and global scenarios;
  5. To provide opportunities for learners to deal with issues; analyze, synthesize and assess them in order to develop a stronger sense of values and to experience the intricacies of rendering sound judgment; and
  6. To prove as indispensable in the total development of learners, the human paradigms being-ness as personifications of accumulated wisdom and experience, and as concretizations of values desired and sought.


  1. To set in motion the process of changing the cultural environment from a culture of suspicion, hostility and violence to a culture of tolerance, understanding and cooperation.
  2. To perform regularly, seriously and with more or less equal fervor, the triad function of instruction, research and extension by advancing a scheme that allows faculty members the choice (based on interest and competence) to excel in transmitting or generating knowledge-skills-attitudes, or transplanting them by reaching out to sectors other than the University community.
  3. To carry out the contemporary function of institutions of higher learning, i.e. production, which in this college refers to the production, exchange and reproduction of meanings.
  4. To ensure an all-time high faculty morale by a judicious implementation of sound schemes of recruitment and retention, rewards and sanctions, and evaluations for promotions.
  5. To put up a CSSH Faculty Center to serve as ready venue for continuing interchanges of information and updates, techniques and strategies, struggles and triumphs, between or among faculty members living up to the higher standards of a dynamic interdisciplinary college.
  6. To build a CSSH Student Center where students are given opportunities of sharing with another their learning adventures, such as the ordeal of defending their views against critics, skeptics and cynics, or that of accepting challenges making it to the top, etc.

General Objectives

  1. To start up a critical evaluation of co-called traditional Filipino values, and make a distinction between those values we can continue to hold dear (e.g. bayanihan), and those better depreciated (e.g. Filipino time) than cherished, or those whose applications have to be limited to minimize abuses and distortions (e.g. utang na loob, pakikisama). This is a call for the University to fulfill its roles as an agent of change.
  2. To help students develop a sense of priorities by exemplifying the universal values of humanity, and by making more precise valuations of disaster-borne or solution-oriented values, like the following:
    • value of heroism
    • value of progressive change
    • values of independence and interdependence
    • values of give-an-take
    • values of peace and development
    • values of timeliness and timelessness
    • values of sanitation and preservation
    • values of reflection and deliberation
  3. To get started with the production goal by:
    • analyzing cultural texts and practices, and other products of the culture industry with the purpose of making reinterpretations or reconstructions of some facets of real life;
    • coming up with formulas and codes, texts and practices, conventions and treatises, ranging from slight modifications or adaptations of existing versions to substantial divergences or new editions;
    • putting up stage plays, spoof shows, photo & sketch exhibits, contest and real debates, societal repertoire, personality parades, talents demos, book and articles reviews, sports and fashion dramas, music concerts, floral displays, speech and poem festivals, etc. as facets of the art of giving meaning to leisure time.
  4. To conduct a review of the instruction-research-extension catalogue, particularly the teaching-learning techniques and strategies, research methodologies, and extension-service procedures with the purpose of proposing remedies of improving the present set.


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