By Rusieljs G. Lunasco


Abaygar graduated cum laude, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2019 and is a former governor for the Engineering Student Council.

Peter John Abaygar, Chriselda Elaine Ador and Charmine Pearl Galo made it to the list of regional finalists for Western Visayas in the search for Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP). The list was released last September 4, 2019.

Abaygar graduated cum laude, Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2019 and is a former Governor of the Engineering Student Council. He is also a recipient of Council of Engineering and Architecture Schools of Western Visayas (CEAS-WV) Award of Excellence and the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) Academic Excellence Award.


Ador graduated magna cum laude, Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2019 and is a former university scholar.


Galo is a former CPU Republic senator. She served as Vice- Governor for the Allied Health Sciences Student Council from 2017-2018. She was chosen as a delegate to the Ayala Young Leaders Congress in 2018.

Ador graduated magna cum laude, Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2019 and is a former university scholar. She was also a recipient of the Rotary Award for the Most Outstanding Graduate and the Outstanding Students of Iloilo Award.

Galo also graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and is a former CPU Republic senator. She served as Vice- Governor for the Allied Health Sciences Student Council from 2017-2018. She was chosen as a delegate to the Ayala Young Leaders Congress in 2018.

Regional finalists will go through screening and interview for them to qualify as candidates to the National Search.

TOSP honors the outstanding students of the nation who have personified academic excellence, exemplary leadership, and deep sense of social responsibility, anchored on good moral values.

 

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