Forging Urban-Rural Resilience in Cebu and Central Visayas through Creativity, Research, and Innovation
About the Central Visayas Studies Center
The Central Visayas Studies Center (CVSC) is the research arm of the University of the Philippines Cebu. Since its institution in 1999, CVSC has been doing its mandate, which is to be the main resource center where the multidisciplinary expertise of UP Cebu’s faculty is tapped to provide a more holistic approach to understanding problems and issues affecting the province and the region. Through the years, CVSC has fulfilled its function of promoting the research culture in the university, calling for applications for research and creative work grants, and acting as a liaison with the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs in matters of research grants and research dissemination grants. Tasked with archiving researches of the UP Cebu faculty that cover the different areas and concerns in Central Visayas region, it can boast of a modest collection of baseline data on urban concerns, environmental/coastal resource management, arts and culture in Cebu, politics and governance, skills and education, trade and industry. CVSC has also organized training workshops, seminar-workshops, and forums on research and publication, cultural heritage and local history of towns in Cebu, and the development concerns of the region.Read More
Recent CVSC Posts
September 13, 2019 |
UP Cebu CREATES Rationale: We need a research and extension agenda that will 1) Express the identifiable thrusts,...
September 10, 2019 |
Group photo during the CVSC-OCEP Seminar-Workshop entitled “Integrating Teaching, Research, and...
May 16, 2019 |
The UP Cebu Research Ethics Committee was officially constituted with an official memorandum coming from the...
January 12, 2019 |
2018 Year-end CVSC Narrative Report About its CIDS-Funded Research Project on Sustainable Tourism in Central Visayas
Last December 2018, the UP Cebu Central Visayas Studies Center was able to produce and submit to UP Center for...
November 21, 2018 |
Briefing and introduction before the workshop on sustainable tourism in Central Visayas