The Office of the Associate Dean for Research and Creative Work is pleased to present Ateneo's Research and Creative Work Portfolio 2023. It features scholars who embody our university's vision to be a force for good in seeking innovative and sustainable solutions to society’s most pressing challenges.
Latest in Research, Creative Work, and Innovation
18 Sep 2023
The freshly-retired former Director of the Ateneo University Press, Maria Karina Bolasco, has set her sights on her next journey. A writer, editor, publisher, and...
18 Sep 2023
On September 14 2023, the Ateneo University Press held the event ‘The Missing Link in Martial Law Literature’ at the opening day of the Manila...
17 Sep 2023
Ateneo's Department of Mathematics launched the second iteration of Problem Solving Enrichment and Training (or ProbSET) last 22 July 2023. Here, Southern Luzon State University (SLSU), West Visayas State University (WVSU), and DepEd Division of Davao de Oro (DepEd DdO) renewed their partnership with ProbSET. They were joined by new partners Central Luzon State University (CLSU), Iloilo Science and Technology University(ISAT-U), and DepEd Division of Ormoc City (DepEd Ormoc).
15 Sep 2023
On 10 August, a significant event marked the commencement of a promising collaboration between the Ateneo Intellectual Property Office (AIPO) and Xavier School. Their primary...
04 Jun 2022
(Memo U2223-002) I am pleased to inform the University Community that the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) has granted the Arts and Sciences, Management, Computer Science, and Information Systems programs of the Loyola Schools re-accreditation for five years, valid until May 2027.
02 Jun 2022
(Memo U2223-001) I am pleased to announce the reappointments in the University Research Council (URC) membership
30 May 2022
(Memo U2122-080) I wish to congratulate the Loyola Schools for successfully achieving the requirements of the ASEAN University Network -Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) standards and for completing the program assessments for the BFA Creative Writing, BS Psychology, and BS Management programs.
28 May 2022
MEMO TO: Loyola Schools Community MEMO FROM: [Sgd.] Maria Luz C Vilches, PhD Vice-President SUBJECT: AUN-QA SUCCESSFUL ASSESSMENT It is opportune to end the semester...
27 May 2022
MEMO TO : The Loyola Schools and Central Administration Offices FROM : [Sgd.] Maria Luz C Vilches, PhD Vice President SUBJECT : Administrative Appointments in...
27 May 2022
To: Loyola Schools Community From: [Sgd] Vernon R Totanes, PhD Director, Rizal Library Subject: Reminders from Rizal Library Peace! We would like to make the...
The Ateneo Center for Asian Studies, established in April 2001, is a research center that aims to promote Asian Studies through disciplinary, inter-disciplinary, and multi-disciplinary research and other related activities such as seminars, workshops, and lectures. Since 2013, it has offered thesis/dissertation grants to the faculty of the Ateneo de Manila whose research topic is on Asia. The Center engages in collection of materials on Asian Studies; hosting of research fellows; dissemination and promotion of research through publications. Primarily with the help of its international advisory board that consists of prominent scholars from Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and Australia, it links with institutions both in the Philippines and abroad. It regularly offers language courses, specifically, Korean, Indonesian, Thai, and Russian to young professionals who need the language skills for research or work.
The Ateneo Center for Economic Research and Development (ACERD) was founded in 1989 as the research unit of the Department of Economics in economics and economic policy. ACERD directs and manages the research activities of the Department of Economics that focus on applied economics and public policy in order to enhance teaching and contribute to policy debates and formulation in the Philippines, both of which are necessary for nation building.
The Ateneo Center for English Language Teaching (ACELT) is a center for education and development in English language and literature teaching (ELLT). It follows the Jesuits’ prime education objective - "to form men-and-women-for-others who will live not for themselves but for God and his Christ" (Arrupe, Pedro, SJ, July 1973: 26). ACELT seeks to contribute to this task through the formation of professionally competent, socially concerned teachers, teacher trainers, and ELLT managers - multipliers for the process of institutional and social change.
Ateneo CORD takes pride in being a part of the Department of Psychology which is a Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Center of Excellence. Consistent with the Department’s drive to excel, Ateneo CORD uses the latest research on human and organizational behavior to optimize both the individual skills of the employees and the structures and cultures they work in.
The Ateneo Center for Social Entrepreneurship (ACSEnt) is the Ateneo de Manila University’s center committed to foster social transformation and contribute to nation-building by cultivating a vibrant social entrepreneurship sector in the Philippines. As part of the ongoing initiative to contribute to inclusive growth and development, ACSEnt’s fundamental priority is focused on developing an ecosystem comprised of multi-sector partners to support and enhance the creation of programs in research, education and training, advocacy and incubation. Such programs intend to further advance social entrepreneurship in the country and engage leaders, experts, practitioner and advocates who can extend collaborative partnerships with communities and other grassroots sectors, creating mutual socio-economic and environmental benefits that support national development.
The Ateneo Initiative for Korean Studies (AIKS) was established in April 2012 to set up, grow and sustain Korean Studies in the Ateneo de Manila. Propelled by its economic success, the increasing importance of Korea in international affairs has resulted to unprecedented changes in geopolitics, creating new opportunities and challenges that affect Philippines-Korea relations. This has drawn the attention not only of policymakers but also of the academe towards the need for advancing analyses on issues related to Korea. In recognition of such need, AIKS was established to consolidate the University’s persisting efforts to stimulate interest in Korea and its culture among the members its community, and to contribute as well to the strengthening of Philippines-Korea partnership.
The Ateneo Innovation Center is first and foremost a research organization within Ateneo but we have to go beyond just research and turn research into real products and services by commercialization through training, empowering and providing for the next generation of innovators and technopreneurs.
The Ateneo Institute of Literary Arts and Practices (AILAP) offers yearly fellowships in creative writing for young writers across the nation. Its writing workshops cater to aspiring writers, presenting them with the fundamentals of writing as craft, art, and philosophical engagement so that they can enter the mainstream of Philippine Literature with a sense of responsibility that adds depth and direction to national cultural practices. More importantly, AILAP integrates the intellectual mainstreams of the Ateneo education to inspire individual writers in pursuing projects that are relevant to the history of ideas and the cultural traditions of the country.
The Ateneo Java Wireless Competency Center (AJWCC) is a research center under the Department of Information Systems and Computer Science. It was established in March 2003 at the Ateneo de Manila University in partnership with SMART Communications and Sun Microsystems with the aim of becoming a world-class research and development center. Its mission is to cultivate research and new product experimentation with the help of faculty, student and research groups to strengthen the synergy between the academe and IT industry.
The Ateneo Language Learning Center (ALLC) provides training programs that address the language communication needs of those requiring competence in General English, in English for academic purposes and in English for the Corporate Setting. These programs are designed to develop and improve proficiency in English so that the language can be used confidently, effectively, and efficiently in a range of situations.
Established in 2005 with an endowment from the Leong family, the Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies promotes Chinese Studies in the Ateneo de Manila University through workshops, scholarships, research, and other activities.Its objective is to help Filipinos understand and appreciate China in all her aspects, including culture, history, politics, business and economics, so as to be able to engage China in a constructive way. The Center subsidizes Chinese studies courses, provides incentives for promising students of Mandarin and Chinese studies, and awards scholarships to Filipinos who will do graduate work in Chinese studies so that they can teach and do research on China from the Philippines. The Center also organizes conferences and awards grants for research on China and the Chinese, and, the ethnic Chinese in the Philippines and elsewhere.
The Ateneo Teacher Center (ATC) was established by the Education Department in 1985 in response to the country's need to provide for the retraining of teachers, especially in basic education. The Center is a support unit of the Education Department with the vision to serve the Philippine educational system by taking the lead in influencing educational policies and directions through graduate education, training programs and research. Its mission is to empower educators through an understanding of their profession and vocation. Specifically, it aims to upgrade the skills of teachers, guidance counselors and school administrators in basic education by conducting seminars and workshops.
The Confucius Institute at the Ateneo de Manila is a non-profit institute which aims to promote Chinese language and culture and supporting local Chinese teaching in the Philippines
The Eugenio Lopez Jr. Center for Multimedia Communication at the Ateneo de Manila University seeks to develop competent, creative, ethical and globally competitive communication practitioners in an age of media convergence.
We are a center of the Department of Psychology of the Ateneo de Manila University. We offer clinical/community assessment and interventions, deliver training and education programs, and conduct research to address the psychosocial needs of individuals and communities. We provide comprehensive training for Counseling/Clinical, Developmental and Social psychology graduate students.
The INSTITUTE OF PHILIPPINE CULTURE is a social science research organization of the School of Social Sciences of the Loyola Schools, Ateneo de Manila University. Founded in 1960, the IPC seeks a better understanding of culture and society in the Philippines and other Asian countries, an improved quality of life for disadvantaged groups, and a more peaceful, just, and equitable national and global society.
The Ateneo Business Resource Center (BRC) is a university-based learning resource that encourages and supports entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship.
Ateneo Family Business Development Center envisions itself as the premiere learning resource for business families and family businesses in the ASEAN region. It addresses the need to reconcile business growth objectives with the overarching aspirations of the family network that must be satisfied.
Amid innovations spawned by digital technology, heightened restraints to press freedom, and the surge in news and issues with cross-border ramifications, the idea of reviving “pure” journalism education emerged in the agenda of the Ateneo de Manila University. Added impetus came from the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, which has an international reputation for development work in emerging democracies. Seeking to help raise the standards of Asian journalism, the foundation entrusted the Ateneo, a long-time partner in social development, with its regional journalism training program. In June 2000, the Konrad Adenauer Center for Journalism at the Ateneo de Manila University was inaugurated. It was envisioned as a hub of journalism education in the region, an oasis of learning for working journalists. In May 2006, “Asian” was added to the center’s name to accurately reflect the true geographical scope of its mandate. Today, the ACFJ promotes good journalism by providing training to and educational opportunities for working journalists in Asia.
The National Chemistry Instrumentation Center (NCIC) is a research service center established in 1995 to provide support services in the areas of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectrometry and Mass Spectrometry (MS) to researchers, industry and government regulators in the Philippines. The initial impetus for the NCIC was the Engineering and Science Education Program (ESEP) financed through the World Bank and administered by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).
The Ateneo Center for Continuing Education (CCE) supplements and complements the Ateneo Graduate School of Business' (AGSB) program offerings by addressing issue-specific industry concerns that require immediate, purposeful, and focused response. CCE is an industry resource and partner, doing advocacy on emerging critical issues and convening interested entities so that together, they can tackle a common concern.
CCE is imbued with a deep sense of mission to serve others in unique and remarkable ways. Conscious of its vital role in society, the Center continuously improves its products and services in a creative, innovative, and trend-setting way to address the changing needs of clients.
The Gov Jose B Fernandez Jr Ethics Center, in partnership with business and government, seeks to provide resources that will transform people, systems and structures of private and public organizations towards ethical behavior. It will also work with academic institutions so that together with them education can be used as a tool for effecting societal changes.
The Le Cordon Bleu Ateneo de Manila Institute delivers a broad range of Le Cordon Bleu educational programs in hospitality management in Areté, and soon, in Rockwell. LCBA provides its students a strong focus on integrating theory and hands-on experience with a strong management and service orientation as well as a global perspective in culinary, food, wine, nutrition, restaurant, and hotel and management education. With access to state-of-the-art instructional facilities designed to simulate the kitchens of restaurants and hotels, students receive personal instruction and mentorship from a faculty of Le Cordon Bleu Master Chefs and top-notch industry professionals who are committed to their success.
The training arm of the Bankers Association of the Philippines and the Ateneo Graduate School of Business consortium was established in 1990, the Ateneo-BAP Institute of Banking offers developmental programs attuned to the current requirements and demands of the banking industry. The Institute's training mission places strong emphasis on up-to-date technology, high quality professionalism and ethical integrity.
The Ateneo Center for Health Evidence, Action and Leadership (A-HEALS) is a consortium of 8 Ateneo schools, which includes the four Ateneo Professional Schools (School of Medicine and Public Health, School of Government, Graduate School of Business, School of Law), and the four Ateneo Loyola Schools (School of Science and Engineering, School of Social Sciences, School of Humanities, John Gokongwei School of Management).
The Center’s vision is to contribute to the eradication of extreme poverty by engaging in effective public health interventions which provide financial protection to those who are ill, prevent illnesses and premature deaths which worsen levels and conditions of poverty; and enable health systems to be more responsive to people's health care needs.
Achievement of these goals will be through active and empowered engagement of local government units (LGUs), utilizing an interdisciplinary approach in providing and implementing evidence-based recommendations.
The Fr. Bernas Center for Continuing Legal Education & Research (The Fr. Bernas Center) is a special unit of the Ateneo Law School established to provide a venue for continuing legal education programs by holding legal education series, undertaking legal researches and producing legal publication on current, relevant and important legal topics and subjects.
The Teehankee Center for the Rule of Law aims to be the leader and central repository for Rule of Law studies in the Philippines and the ASEAN region and beyond. The Center also seeks to reclaim for the Philippines its rightful role in the area of academic scholarship The Chief Justice Claudio Teehankee Center Memorial Foundation was established by the late Chief Justice Marcelo Fernan and Justice Cecilia Munoz Palma in 1990 after the passing of their colleague in the court, Chief Justice Teehankee. Under the current chairmanship of Chief Justice Hilario G. Davide, Jr., the Teehankee Center for the Rule of Law (TCRL) at the Ateneo de Manila Law School was established in 2001 as the main flagship project of the Foundation with the help of the Lopez Foundation, the Consuelo Madrigal Foundation and the Petron Foundation together with the kind support and assistance of a host of members and friends of the Foundation.
In 2007, the Ateneo Center for International Economic Law (ACIEL) was formally established as a unit of the Law School with the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement with the Ateneo Center for Economic Research and Development (ACERD). ACIEL was established to promote the thoughtful and scholarly attention to a broad range of subjects that concern the relation of the Law to cross-border economic activities, promote the study of International Economic Law (IEL) through research and publications, and become the vehicle by which the Law Faculty and the Faculty from the Department of Economics can cooperate and collaborate in the study, research, and promotion of the growth of IEL.
The Ateneo Human Rights Center was founded in July 1986, a few months after the historic EDSA Revolution drew attention to the indomitable might that is People Power. While the dictatorship infamous for human rights violations was overthrown through peaceful and bloodless means, it became obvious immediately thereafter that much work still had to be done in the field of human rights. AHRC was established as one of the first university-based institutions engaged in the promotion and protection of human rights in the country.
Housed in the School of Law of the Ateneo de Manila, AHRC strives to do its part in espousing the university’s challenge that every Atenean should use the gift of excellence to be “lux in Domino” – light in the Lord. It keeps faith with the guiding principle of forming men and women for others which underlies Ateneo pedagogy. As Fr. Bievenido F. Nebres, S.J., President of the University recently said: “The vigor of the Ateneo’s social centers and the many socially oriented activities on campus . . . reflect our commitment to place excellence at the service of others.”
The Law School operates the ALS Legal Services Center, headed by a Director and a Co-Director, who concurrently serve as professors-in-charge of the Clinical Legal Education and Development (CLED) classes. Under the supervision of volunteer lawyers, law students assist in the handling of cases of indigent clients, and actually enter their appearance before inferior courts. Students are provided with hands-on training through active participation in client interviews, consultations, research, preparation of pleadings and, for those qualified, actual appearances in court. The Legal Services Center, through its Director, also supervises and monitors the Apprenticeship program of the J.D. Program, including the accreditation of participating law firms and government agencies, to ensure that the thrusts of the Law School in the training of students would be covered by the apprentice programs given by participating law firms and government agencies.
RESEARCH LABORATORIES AND GROUPS
Primary interests include topology and dynamics of tilings and sequences arising from substitutions, as well as regularity properties of aperiodic sequences. Also interested in the application of symbolic dynamics in combinatorial game theory.
This research lab encompasses different areas of research that requires mathematical modeling, namely, disease modeling, financial mathematics and flood hazard modeling. The lab has a good track record in disease modeling, having been part of the FASSSTER project since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and having produced at least 5 Scopus-indexed publications on disease models over the last 2 years. Research on flood hazard models considers the concurrent crises of COVID-19 and flood in Marikina and neighboring areas. Lastly, a different field but requires mathematical modeling as well, financial mathematics research tackles issues in risk management among local banks.
We are a mathematical modelling research group interested in applying machine learning techniques on data sets relating to health, disaster mitigation, and collective behaviour in humans and animals. Secondary interests include imitation and reinforcement learning applications.
The Didactics of Mathematics Research Group is primarily concerned about problems pertaining to the didactical triangle of Learner-Teacher-Subject Matter, with Mathematics as the subject matter. The group is interested in studies that revolve around the theories and practices of mathematics, curriculum, its implementation, assessment and language of mathematics, the everyday use of mathematics, technical and vocational mathematics education, and relevant perspectives that give light to issues in the teaching and learning of mathematics. The Didactics of Mathematics Group utilizes a diverse set of research methodologies and pursues interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary approaches for a deeper and broader understanding of the research problems.
The Ateneo Graph Coloring Research Group of the Mathematics Department is interested in pursuing various problems in the field of graph theory. The specific projects that the group has focused on include the following graph coloring schemes: sigma coloring, set coloring, twin edge coloring, rainbow mean coloring. Graph operations such as the join, corona, comb product of two or more graphs, and the middle graph of a graph have also been explored. Among the specific families of graphs that the group has worked on are the Hanoi graphs, Sierpinski graphs, zero divisor graphs and ideal-based zero divisor graphs.
Phase space methods in quantum mechanics, time-frequency and wavelet methods in signal analysis. Wigner-Weyl fomalism and Groenewold-Moyal formalism are implemented on Lie groups. Parallel methods apply to the analysis and recovery of signals, as well as filtering and denoising. The main tool is the construction of coherent states on Lie groups. Discrete quantum systems are also considered with a view towards quantum information and computing.
The research group works on projects that link mathematics to the arts and sciences, design, and Philippine culture. It has been working on research in understanding the mathematics in the artworks of the Philippine indigenous communities such as mats, baskets, tattoos and textile.
The research group recognizes the advantages that technology can offer to mathematical learning, if only these can be designed well and made available easily. It envisions to design apps, databases and other software that can engage students through mathematical tasks and challenge them to investigate, make conjectures, and apply their reasoning. This group supports the implementation of the Philippine K to 12 mathematics framework, as it recognizes the affordances of technology, including manipulable objects, measuring devices, calculators, computers, smartphones, tablets, and the Internet. It is also involved in the creation of mathematical applications that support blended learning during the Covid 19 pandemic, making the applications accessible both through internet, community LTE networks and digital datacasting frameworks. The research group also conducts studies that determine the efficiency of the use of the technological tools in mathematical learning and reasoning.
The research group focuses on the fields of group theory, mathematical crystallography, and discrete geometry. Current research topics include geometric and crystallographic groups, tilings and polytopes, and symmetries in nature and culture. We give an emphasis on the interplay between algebraic and geometric objects in our research.
ARETÉ: OUR CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION HUB
As the creativity and innovation hub of the Ateneo de Manila University, Areté provides the space and freedom for groups from different fields and persuasions to create, collaborate on, and share knowledge, skills, and practices.
Areté's complex features theaters, art galleries, studios, laboratories, a makerspace, teaching and meeting rooms, and several open areas. These facilities enable the University to host, support, and connect academics, artists, professionals, and leaders of different talents and interests whose exchanges, we hope, will spur the kind of creativity and innovation that creates unforeseen paths and betters our communities.
Areté is thus betting on the desire of a growing many, coming together to impart and to learn, to be inspired and to be challenged, to focus but still to wander in all that could be done as a collective concerned with what is possible.
Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture
Budhi would be of interest to readers working in philosophy, cultural studies, critical theory, postmodernity, aesthetics, applied ethics, gender studies, migration studies, society and technology, the intersection of ethics and the social sciences, and public policy. For upcoming issues, focus will be on the following emerging themes: humans and life-worlds, education during the time of COVID-19, and pedagogy and philosophies of education.
Perspectives in the Arts and Humanities Asia
PAHA welcomes articles in literature, philosophy, theology, performance arts, visual arts, forms of media and other related areas, and Research Notes on studies engaging Philippine and Asian experience.
Journal of Management for Global Sustainability
JMGS welcomes submissions from all management disciplines (e.g., international business, accounting, marketing, finance, operations) and related fields (e.g., economics, political science) that contribute to our academic understanding of the role of management in achieving global sustainability.
Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints
PSHEV welcomes scholarly articles and other materials on the history of the Philippines and its peoples, both in the homeland and overseas. We believe the past is illumined by historians as well as scholars from other disciplines; at the same time, we prefer ethnographic approaches to the history of the present. We welcome works that are theoretically informed but not encumbered by jargon.
Isinusulong ng Katipunan Journal ang intelektwalisasyon ng Filipino bilang disiplina. Tunguhin ng journal ang mapanuri at matalas na pakikipagdiyalogo ng wika, panitikan, at Araling Filipino sa iba’t ibang larangan—kultura, mga wika at panitikan ng ibang bayan, agham panlipunan, kasaysayan, ekolohiya at ekokritisismo, gamit ang wikang Filipino.
Social Transformations: Journal of the Global South
STJGS welcomes work that analyzes and enables positive change emerging from social movements, development paradigms, policies, and community and grassroots-based interventions. We publish interdisciplinary empirical and conceptual contributions from the different social and human sciences.
KK is interested in publishing a broad and international range of critical, scholarly articles on language, literary and cultural studies that appeal to academic researchers as well as members of the public who are concerned with exploring and examining contemporary issues in the complex nexus interconnecting language, literature, culture, and society.
Arising from Our Dance Democracy 2, a successful conference organised online by Dr. Sarah Black (Liverpool Hope University) and Karen Gallagher and Associates (11 and 12 February 2021), proposals are invited for contributions to the Forum Kritika on Dancing Democracy in a Fractured World, a special, themed, section of the online open access journal Kritika Kultura. All articles accepted will be submitted to blind peer review, and the Forum Kritika will be edited by Dr. Black and Victor Merriman, Professor of Critical Studies in Drama (Edge Hill University), who delivered keynote addresses at Our Dance Democracy (2018) and Our Dance Democracy 2 (2021).
OTHER JOURNALS AND PUBLICATIONS
Ateneo Law Journal
The Ateneo Law Journal is a fully student-run legal and academic journal and the official law review of the Ateneo Law School. Quarterly, the journal features works of legal interest, the latest legislation, and jurisprudence in the form of articles, notes, case comments, legal essays, and speeches.
Ateneo Chinese Studies Program Lecture Series
The lecture series is a compilation of work published yearly by the Chinese Studies Program under the School of Social Sciences of the Ateneo de Manila University with the support of the Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies. Interdisciplinary by nature, areas studies in scope, the series welcomes articles in English, Chinese, and Filipino that focus on the following: social, economic, political and cultural fields that highlight special studies engaging China.
Asia Pacific Mission Studies
ISSN: 2704-3339 (PRINT) | ISSN: N/A (ONLINE)
The Asia Pacific Mission Studies (APMS) is an electronic open-access online journal (e-journal) published twice a year. It succeeds its predecessor, the East Asian Pastoral Review (EAPR), which ended its publication in 2016 in printed form. Like the EAPR, and in line with the thrust of EAPI, the APMS aims to promote knowledge and research related to the mission of the Church, in a way that bridges theology and ministry in the Asia-Pacific context, and facilitates informed praxis and effective witnessing by the Church. Although the journal is not a peer-reviewed publication, it endeavors to maintain a high level of theological and pastoral standards.
Landas: Journal of Loyola School of Theology
Landas: Journal of Loyola School of Theology is published twice a year by the Loyola Institute for Studies on Development of Man and Society. The journal stimulates reflection, facilitates theological research and tackles contemporary concerns for greater understanding and life-enrichment.
ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY PRESS
The Ateneo de Manila University Press is the supreme expression of the University's mission to contribute to nation-building. Through the crafting and production of both academic and scholarly, literary as well as non-literary works, and textbooks, ADMU Press creates a forum for great and original ideas and new knowledge that weigh on life and living in our country the Philippines.
With the strong conviction that our authors can fully articulate, whether in an academic or creative manner, their varying interests in diverse disciplines of learning, we publish their books and put them front and center of the public eye, so that they may generate intellectual excitement and advancement within and beyond the university, and thereby help grow a critical mass of thinkers and believers who will raise the quality of life of every Filipino.
Established in 1972, the Ateneo de Manila University Press first made its mark with books on the Philippines, in the humanities and social sciences, and Philippine literary works. It has since expanded to include titles in archaeology, biography, cultural heritage, diaspora studies, governance and political change, law and society, leadership, Mindanao studies, science and society, and theology and religious studies. It looks to publish titles that reflect on the Philippines in Asia and in the world, as well as serve as venue for new directions in creative work.
The Ateneo de Manila University Press publishes quality books on the Philippines and Asia – well-written, extensively researched, and excellently produced. The Press’ books have been acclaimed nationally and internationally, as genuine contributions to scholarship, research, and education.
For consistently keeping high standards in its choices of titles, in the design and production of its books, and in the effort to bring them to public attention, the Ateneo Press was cited Publisher of the Year in the 27th National Book Awards in 2008. In addition to the National Book Awards, several of its publications have also won at the Gintong Aklat Awards.
Recently, Thomson Reuters accepted close to 40 books released from 2008-2013 in its Book Citation Index. This will enable the Ateneo de Manila University Press and its authors to reach a broader audience base and allow the selection of books to be measured in terms of citation impact. The Ateneo de Manila University Press shall continue to submit its new titles for inclusion in this prestigious index.
The Ateneo Press is professionally affiliated with the Book Development Association of the Philippines, the Society of Scholarly Publishers, the World Association of Christian Communicators, and the International Association of Scholarly Publishers.
About Ateneo de Manila Research
The University Research Council (URC) takes on the vital functions needed to advance research excellence in the University. It is in charge of setting direction, policy, strategy, and review of University research.
The Office of the Associate Dean for Research and Creative Work provides the administrative support to the work of the University Research Council. It is responsible for the promotion of research and creative work, scholarly publications, and linkages pertaining to scholarly work.
OFFICE OF THE ASSOCIATE DEAN
FOR RESEARCH AND CREATIVE WORK
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