The FEATI University Engineering and Architecture Awards are the first event of its kind in recent years. It was held on March 7, 2017 at Golden Bay Restaurant, Pasay City to celebrate and honor exemplary achievements in architecture, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, geodetic engineering, information technology, electrical engineering, electronics and communications engineering, and chemical engineering. Previously the FEATI Aviation Awards had been held in January for aeronautical engineering, aircraft maintenance technology and the aviation industry.more >>
93 years old and the latest recipient of the FEATI Aviation Lifetime Achievement Award 2017 is a graduate of Airline Maintenance Engineering Class of 1948.
1948 was just three years after World War II ended, when FEATI University was FEATI Institute of Technology (FEATI Tech), an offspring of the Far Eastern Air Transport, Inc. that plied the Iloilo-Manila-Hong Kong route with American soldiers making up the general population of passengers. Having passed the last years of the war in Zamboanga, the young Africa had traveled to Manila and enrolled along with many others to make his dream of flying and being around planes come true.
He was born on August 6, 1928. He is larger than life with a career filled to the brim with academic achievements, professional contributions, leadership and management positions, research, military service, seminars, training, and consultancy activities that would perhaps exhaust the strongest and most agile of men. He was also husband and provider to wife Estelita N. Cordova and son Allan Joseph N. Cordova.He is Engineer Timoteo A. Cordova, Jr.: FEATI Aviation Lifetime Achievement Awardee.Engineer Cordova graduated from FEATI University with several engineering degrees, for each of which he received the citation “With Distinction”Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering, with Distinction: June 1948-April 1952Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, with Distinction: June 1952-April 1956Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, with Distinction, June 1957- March 1958From 1952, as he was about to launch himself into four more years of study to earn a degree in Electrical Engineering, this young aeronautical engineer worked at the FEATIU Department of Aeronautical Engineering as Laboratory and Research Assistant. more >>
FEATI University Geodetic Engineering (GE) graduates once again proved that a FEATI education gets high scores in the PRC board exams.
Decades past up to present time, GE graduates have distinguished themselves outstandingly in various ways after getting off the graduation stage. more >>
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) recently celebrated its annual National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) with eight clusters of DOST, namely, agriculture micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs), industry, information technology and business process management (IT-BPM), government service, healthcare, human resources, weather, and geologic hazards.more >>
Outstanding is outstanding does is Eduardo B. Sarmiento, a FEATI University Geodetic Engineering graduate of the class of 2000, licensed Geodetic Engineer and member of the Geodetic Engineers of the Philippines, Inc. (GEPI). In 2016 Engr. Sarmiento was recognized as an ASEAN Sarmiento was recognized as an ASEAN Engineer and listed in the ASEAN Engineers Register by the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organizations.
The current proprietor and GM of THETAN Computerized Mapping and Engineering Services is successful in merging personal, professional, and civic duties that have resulted to citations and recognitions in one full, glorious and full-steam ahead life.more >>
“Just a few clicks ago a collective sigh of relief was heaved by batch 2016. Finally, on the morning of…on the cusp of freedom…freedom from academics, athletics and being slave to the ticking of the clock and seemingly endless class schedules and obligations, here they all were, standing proud in their finest garb, their parents and guardians beside them, ready to claim their diplomas.”. more >>
On April 20, FEATIU hosted a MOA signing led by the Office of Research and Development and Extension (ORDE) office for the deployment of a low-cost modular type rainwater collection system in
Barangay 352 of Sta. Cruz, Manila to be monitored by the Aeronautical Engineering students of the University. Aeronautical Engineering students had started their rainwater collection project under the guidance of their adviser Engr. Joefreim Delicano as an independent project. It was presented to Dr. Rogelio Panlasigui, ORDE Director and Dean of the College of Engineering, for possible utilization by Barangay 352, the adopted community of FEATIU. It was also featured as a conceptual project of the Aero/AMT Department at this year’s FEATI S&T Expo. Aware of the program being undertaken by PCIEERD-DOST to help communities mitigate the effects of El Nino through rainwater harvesting, Dr. Panlasigui advised the Aero/AMT Department to explore a possible collaboration by writing to PCIEERD Executive Director, Dr. Carlos Primo C. David, offering Barangay 352 as a recipient.more>>
FEATIU held the Science & Technology 2016 Expo, with the theme, “Bridging Research and Community Outreach for Inclusive Development” from March 3-4.
The 2-day affair kicked off with a Thanksgiving Mass The Expo formally opened with the Entrance of Colors led by the 275th NROTC with the National Anthem sung by the FEATIU Chorale.
Welcome Remarks was given by the President, Dr. Adolfo Jesus R. Gopez and the Opening Remarks by Dr. Rogelio A. Panlasigui, Dean of College of Engineering and ORDE Director. Dr. Panlasigui then introduced the guest speaker for the 2016 Expo, none other than Dr. Carlos Primo C. David. more>>
On the 4th day of March, FEATIU marked another milestone with the celebration of the 70th Anniversary, which also coincided with the Founders’ Day and the launching of the much anticipated, 75th year of the
University. The three-pronged celebration reinvigorated the FEATI community with pride and joy, as the members of the family of FEATIU founders, Salvador Zaragosa Araneta and Victoria Lopez Araneta, led by Mrs. Carmen Araneta-Segovia, mother of CEO Francisco A. Segovia witnessed the momentous occasion.more>>
The world is their oyster…at least that’s how students feel when they graduate. Pearls, precious pearls in the form of choice jobs just waiting to be cracked open and harvested but…the reality is that those who are after oysters are legion. In fact in his message, Dr. Leopoldo V. Abis, FEATIU EVP for Academic Affairs stressed the job situation as having a “big number of job seekers, relatively few job openings, and the issue of low wages.” The good news is that for those with college degrees, the picture Dr. Abis described “may look slightly more optimistic in favor of the jobseeker”. more >>
Third ISAA Choral Festival
For the third straight year, the Inter-Scholastic Athletic Association successfully fa-la-la-
la’d its way at the Adamson University Theatre for ISAAng Himig ng Pasko at Pag-Ibig
participated in by member schools FEATI University, Saint Dominic College of Asia, La
Consolacion College of Manila (LCCM), Adamson University, Manila Adventist College
(MAC), Philippine Merchant Marine School, and Manila Tytana Colleges with special
numbers from the Adamson University Acoustic Band, LCCM High School and PATTS
Dance Company. more >>
He is perhaps this generation’s Dr. Zara, FEATI University’s legendary inventor and first dean ofthe College of Engineering whose Zara Cup is the hottest award of the annual FEATIU Scienceand Technology Expo. ncis Garcia, FEATI University Class of 1995 Bachelor of Science in Electronics andCommunications Engineering is one of the leading solar experts in the country and an inventorof many solar gadgets, including a multi-purpose solar-powered street lighting system with USBsockets to recharge mobile phones, laptops and other gadgets. more >>
Dilla, a FEATIU School of Fine Arts alumnus graduated with distinction in 2008 but has, since 2004, scored hugely in various national art competitions including First Place in the 2007 GSIS Painting Competition held here in the Philippines.
New York City, USA is now the scene of his latest conquest as he received a special citation for “Most Ambitious Work” at the International 2013/2014 ARC Salon—an international art competition organized by the Art Renewal Center. more >>
Dr. Gloria Mateo-Alberto, educator, author, researcher, and president of various professional and civic organizations is the University's Executive Vice-President (EVP) and Chief Operating Officer,
concurrent with her designation as EVP for Development and Compliance. She brings with her a rich and deep experience of more than 51 years in the academe as Teacher, Principal, Director, Dean, and College Professor. She earned her BSE (Major in English, Minor in Filipino) at St. Joseph College, MA (Administration & Supervision) at Ortañez University, and obtained her Ed.D degree (Educational Management) .