A Grateful Salute to Batch 1996: Paving the Way for New Scholars in Chemical Engineering

In a noteworthy gesture of support and generosity, the distinguished alumni of the University of San Agustin’s Batch 1996 have extended their benevolence to new scholars in Chemical Engineering. This commendable initiative has provided crucial financial support to promising individuals, namely Galex Gyle Tinao and Kristine Malan. As we express our heartfelt gratitude, it is essential to acknowledge the instrumental role played by the Chemical Engineering Academic Supervisor, Dr. Nolan Tolosa, and Assistant Academic Supervisor, Engr. Francisco Carbon Jr., in making this endeavor a reality.

The impact of Batch 1996’s support goes beyond mere financial assistance. It represents a lifeline for the academic aspirations of Galex Gyle Tinao and Kristine Malan, enabling them to pursue their dreams in the field of Chemical Engineering. This act of kindness not only reduces the financial burden on the scholars but also serves as an inspiration for others to strive for excellence in their academic pursuits.

Dr. Nolan Tolosa and Engr. Francisco Carbon Jr., as dedicated academic supervisors, have played a pivotal role in facilitating this connection between Batch 1996 and the aspiring scholars. Their commitment to nurturing talent and fostering opportunities is evident in the successful collaboration that has resulted in this impactful scholarship program.

The recognition and thanks extended to Batch 1996 are not just a formality but a genuine acknowledgment of the transformative power of alumni support. By investing in the education of new scholars, Batch 1996 is not only contributing to individual success stories but also building a legacy of community engagement and shared responsibility within the University of San Agustin.

As Galex Gyle Tinao and Kristine Malan embark on their academic journeys with the backing of Batch 1996, they carry with them the torch of gratitude and a commitment to excellence. This collaborative effort, facilitated by Dr. Nolan Tolosa and Engr. Francisco Carbon Jr., sets an inspiring example for the entire university community, emphasizing the profound impact that alumni support can have on the educational landscape.