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Aftermath

Aftermath

Aftermaths from natural disasters are common in the Philippines. Everywhere there are...

Expedition to the Saw-Toothed Mountain

Expedition to the Saw-Toothed Mountain

All our bags were packed and we were definitely ready to go! This trip was not lik...

The Road Less Taken

The Road Less Taken

“I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diver...

Planting Seeds of Hope in the Countryside: A Woman's Journey through Decades of Public Service

Planting Seeds of Hope in the Countryside: A Woman's Journey thro…

It was in 2017 that she was recognized as UPLB’s Outstanding Extension Personnel for ...

On Firm Ground

On Firm Ground

Dr. Desiree M. Hautea—this year’s Outstanding Researcher—is a steadfast and selfless ...

UPLB in Marawi

UPLB in Marawi

UPLB set out to war-stricken Marawi 8-10 November as part of the university's effort ...

UPLB-MNH spearheads CLADES

UPLB-MNH spearheads CLADES

Spearheaded by the University of the Philippines Los Baños Museum of Natural History ...

OVCRE Memorandum # 12 s.2017: Call for ECWRG Proposal (2nd Cycle)

OVCRE Memorandum # 12 s.2017: Call for ECWRG Proposal (2nd Cycle)

Memorandum No. 12 Series of 2017 22 June 2017 TO : All Deans and Direct...

Extension of deadline: LBSCFI 2017 Search for Outstanding R&D Award Call for Nominations

Extension of deadline: LBSCFI 2017 Search for Outstanding R&D…

Nominations for the 2017 Los Baños Science Community Foundation Incorporated (LBSCFI)...

UPLB holds groundbreaking for Technology Hub and One-Stop Shop

UPLB holds groundbreaking for Technology Hub and One-Stop Shop

As part of its objectives to create an enabling environment for creativity and innova...

6th International Conference on Climate and Disaster Risks Management 2017

6th International Conference on Climate and Disaster Risks Manage…

Science holds the key to building resilience for sustainable future. An integrated sc...

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UPLB in Marawi

UPLB in Marawi

UPLB set out to war-stricken Marawi 8-10 November as part of the university's effort to assist in the national rehabilitation efforts for Marawi City. Read more

UP Scientific Productivity System

The U.P. Scientific Productivity System (SPS) was approved by the Board of Regents in its 1199th meeting on August 2005.

The SPS aims to: (1) support the development of science and technology and (2) encourage and reward scientific productivity. Deserving scientists shall be conferred the title of “U.P. Scientist” with a monetary award, the U.P. Scientific Productivity Award.

In its February 29, 2008 meeting, the BOR approved the following monetary award to be given to U.P. Scientists who meet the qualifications:

UP Scientist I -- Php 120,000 per annum
UP Scientist II -- Php 144,000 per annum
UP Scientist III -- Php 180,000 per annum

Guidelines and Forms

The resources below are attached:

  • Application Forms
  • Covered Disciplines
  • Minimum Qualification for Initital Appoinment
  • Rating System for Evaluation of Nominees
  • Retention and Promotion System

UP SPS Timetable

  1. Deadline for Submission of SPS Applications to the UP System: March 31 of every year
  2. CUs will issue an earlier deadline for CU evaluation and endorsement to the System.
  3. Announcement of SPS Awards: not later than June 30 of every year
  4. SPS Awarding Ceremony: July of every year

For applications and more information

Contact the Office of the Vice-President for Academic Affairs at email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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