CIT University’s commitment to innovation and education shines as it joins the PEAC-NUS LKY Data Policy Class, reaffirming dedication to Sustainable Development Goals. Explore more on CIT’s active participation in PEAC 2024 Assembly and Innovation Week celebrations.

CIT University Joins the PEAC-NUS LKY Data Policy Class 

CIT University’s Finance Director, Atty. Janzen Joseph G. Sevilla, and the Head of our Enrollment Technical Office, Mr. Butch M. Cortez joined the training session on Big Data, Data Analytics, and Policy Development, which was initiated by the Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC). Joining them are the 3rd batch of school leaders in the PEAC-NUS LKY (National University of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew) Data Science Analytics for School Leaders program.  

With this participation, CIT University, as the top university, reaffirmed our commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly Quality Education (SDG #4) and Partnerships for the Goals (SDG #17). All hail! 

CIT University Participates in PEAC 2024 Assembly 

Yet another event from the Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC), CIT University actively participated in the annual assembly of the GASTPE Regional Program Committees (RPComs) at Makati Diamon Residences, Makati City. This has brought upon different key officials including representatives from the DepEd Central Office, PEAC, DepEd Regional Directors, PEAC Regional Program Directors, and PEAC Regional Program Coordinators.  

Our very own University President, Engr. Bernard Nicolas E. Villamor, delivered insightful remarks, contributing to the discourse on the implementation of GASTPE programs for the current and upcoming school years along with the group discussion. The focus was on elevating education standards nationwide while aligning efforts with Sustainable Development Goals #4 (Quality Education) and #17 (Partnerships for the Goals). 

Celebrating Innovation Week at CIT University 

At CIT University, we believe that technology should be a force for good. It should transcend traditional boundaries, catalyze innovation, and foster a sustainable environment.” –CIT University President Engr. Bernard Nicolas E. Villamor 

On a remarkable week, CIT University has celebrated Innovation Week with various projects and ideas that are forced upon technology. This Innovation Week does not only entail and circulates with creating sustainable and innovative solutions, but it also emphasizes how collaboration between the students and faculty can push the limits of what’s possible, as quoted by Engr. Villamor. He also emphasized that collaboration can be reached when the academe works together with the industry and communities towards a common goal.  

In this innovation week, the university has promoted the theme ‘Tech for Good’ which encapsulates the innovation projects worked on by our students in response to the changing and evolving times. It promises a transformation towards communities, and a sustainable and innovative future.  

Among the three-day event’s highlights are the competitions participated in by all year levels, from the Robotics Cup of the Elementary Department to the College Department. We congratulate all the winners of this year’s Innovation Week competitions!