Archive for February 18th, 2011
The Department of Psychology warmly invites the community to view the Psychology Undergraduate Poster Exhibit from February 21 to 24, 2011 at the MVP Basement Lobby. The exhibit showcases the theses of the senior Psychology students in poster format.
We would also like to invite everyone to the Senior Psychology
Research Conference on Thursday, February 24, 4 to 6pm at the Leong Auditorium. In this conference, the five nominees for Best Undergraduate Thesis will present their papers.
An Interpretative Phenomenological Study on the Subjective Experience of The Balikbayan Child by Chester P. Cheng, Danela Lois S. Gil, and Maria Enrily D. Magtanong
Coping and Empowerment Strategies of Female Survivors of Prostitution by Gloria Gail Lim, Nina Lizares, and Irisa Wassmer
Filipino Homosexual Families and the use of Redefinition and Intentionality Strategies for Building and Sustaining Family Networks by Leonora Isabelle Dumlao, Francesca Amalia Gaviola and Denise Suarez
I Kissed A Girl and I Liked It: An Interpretative Phenomenological Study of Filipino Homosexual Men in Mixed Orientation Unions by Paolo Stephen R. Banaga, Leia Erika B. Obias and Joy Albertine Mae G. Valenton
An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the Experience of Cancer in a Filipino Family by Katrina G. Caballas, Paula Elise SM. Doroteo, and May Anne V. Lee
Monkshobbit’s Notes: If Ateneo de Manila University does not defend its Catholic traditions against the seige of homosexual propaganda, Ateneo shall become a Catholic-In-Name-Only just like other Jesuit schools like Georgetown and Fordham who caved-in to homosexual ideology. The Dark Ages are at hand.
Talk on Islam at Ateneo de Manila University: US Muslims after 9-11, Muslim without Shariah, and translation of Quran
(Monkshobbit’s Note: Too bad I missed this talk.)
The Introduction to Islam class of the Interdisciplinary Studies
program has the following events that might interest faculty members
and students outside of this class. Please come along.
Feb 17 (Thur): Being a Muslim in the United States especially after 9/11
*Can a Muslim in the United States be a good Muslim without following
the Sharia’h?given that the U.S. is a pluralist society.
*Some Muslims scholars insist that the Qur’an should not be translated to other language since Allah revealed it in Arabic. How come your movement are forerunners of translating the Qur’an in different languages?
1) Fazeel S. Khan, Esq. (B.A., LL.B., LL.M.) is a Lawyer by
profession?in the United States. He obtained his AB degree from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia, majoring in criminology and minoring in psychology. He obtained his law degree from the University of Windsor in Windsor, Ontario. He also obtained a Masters in Laws degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Aside from his keen interest in the law, Mr. Khan has a passion for comparative religious studies and is an active participant in various inter-faith programs.
2) Noman Malik M.D. Associate Pathologist (retd.) Mount Carmel Medical Center, Columbus Ohio, USA. Board Certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. Fellow of the American College Pathology, and Assistant Clinical Professor Ohio State University Columbus, Ohio
February 22 (Tues). Film Showing.
?Young Muslim Filipinos?Courtship, Being a Muslim-Filipino,etc.?
Produced by graduating seniors of the Communications Dept.
Venue: FAURA AVR.
10.30 to 12 noon