After two years without the intramurals, the pouring rain on day 1 proved trivial to the enthusiastic students of The Lewis College. Members of the four teams– Anemo, Electro, Geo, and Pyro– each trying to outshine the others, opened the intramurals with a cheer dance performance. Sports and musical competitions commenced on the afternoon of the first day.
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A day for our beloved Teachers.
Students from the Basic and Higher Education Department gave tribute to our dear teachers in celebration of World Teachers’ Day.
Thank you, Teachers!
Engr. Rolly T. Montilla, Dean of the College of Teacher Education, Auldrie Anne C. Escobal, and Edmar D. Sanchez, both faculty members of the College of Computer Studies, are now holders of Masters in Mathematics and Masters in Information Technology Degree, respectively. They graduated last 2019 and 2021 at the Ateneo de Naga University.
The said instructors were all CHED SGS-L scholarship grantees under the K to 12 Transition Program.
Congratulations! Dr. Edwin G. Gonzales. TLC Family is proud of you! Special thanks to CHED K-12 Scholarship Program.
Team JRE composed of Jade Espinar, Ramoncito Dealca, and Edmar Sanchez of the College of Computer Studies, won 1st place at the Philippine National Police Information Technology Management Service (PNP ITMS) Hackathon 2021 for its 56th founding anniversary celebration. Sir Jade, Sir Koyz, and Sir Edmar are alumni and current professors of the college.
The virtual hackathon, live pitching, and awarding were held via Zoom on October 12-13, 2021. Forty (40) teams participated in the event composed of students, professors, and IT professionals from Luzon regions, Visayas, and Mindanao. This competition allows everyone in the IT community to share ideas on how the PNP can use ICT in providing a Secured, Mobile, AI-driven, Real-time, Technology (S.M.A.R.T) Information system. Team JRE presented a web and mobile application for a multi-level parking facility using QR code and optical character recognition (OCR) technologies.
The competition was sponsored by ITMS Advisory Group for Police Transformation and Development, Workcentric Solutions Consulting Inc., Public Safety Mutual Benefit Fund, Inc, Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office, Agilex Security Agency, Inc, Telectronic Systems Incorporated, TechED Global Academy, He-Max Industrial Corporation, TrustTrade and PLDT Enterprise.
Kudos to our IT professors. TLC is proud of you. Congratulations!!!
CCS Professors are now Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certified!
Jay A. Rivera, MIS, and Jade A. Espinar – both faculty members of the College of Computer Studies, passed the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Exam on July 12, 2021.
They received a final rating of 868 and 943 respectively, out of a total score of 1000.
The examination was administered by Innovative Training (IT) Works, Inc. through Certiport – an authorized testing center officially endorsed by Microsoft, and was sponsored by Philippine Society of Information Technology Educators (PSITE) Region V.
Passers of MOS certification exam demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft technologies and business tools.
This award is reserved for those individuals who have significantly influenced the African American community with entrepreneurial acumen and success. His contributions will be chronicled among the great personalities who have impacted the national and global industries of the past and present.
The Lewis College is truly honored to bear the name of the legend, Mr. Reginald F. Lewis.
The Lewis College won 1st Place in the overall ranking of 2021 Ateneo Programming Challenge (APC).
TLC participants were Clark Neilsen T. Diza (BSIT-3), Jay-pee P. Alamer (BSIT-3), Joey Lorraine N. Apdal (BSIT-3), Joven Mark F. Guerrero (BSIT-3), Alfio E. Estrellado (BSIT-2), Jerico E. Hita (BSIT-2), and Jhoebert J. Huenda (BSIT-2).
APC is participated by Higher Educational Institutions in Region V, which includes Computer Communication Development Institute, Bicol University, Camarines Norte State College, Ateneo De Naga University, and Xavier University. The Philippine Science High School-Bicol Campus also joined in the High School category. The competition was held on May 30, 2021, via Hackerrank, an online coding challenge platform.
With this championship, The Lewis College is now a 6-time regional champion in Computer Programming.