CHED Commissioner Adamat installs Pinsoy as 1st USM-KCC Chancellor PDF Print E-mail
Written by Vhenus Maglinte   

pinsoy chancellorDr. Ronielyn Flores Pinsoy, formerly the campus executive officer of University of Southern Mindanao-Kidapawan City Campus, was officially installed on January 26, 2018 as the first USM-KCC Chancellor by the CHED Commissioner Dr. Ronald L. Adamat. Appointed by the USM Board of Regents on September 2017, Dr. Pinsoy will exercise her power in managing and improving USM-KCC.

This young and vibrant chancellor was born on October 02, 1980 to Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Aquino Flores. She is married with two sons. Before she rose from the ranks to become Chancellor, she was assigned to various designations such as library aide, clerk, administrative aide, NSTP coordinator, registrar, chairperson for research, extension and training, campus dean, and campus executive officer.

She took her primary education at Kidapawan Pilot Elementary School and proceeded to Kidapawan National High School for her secondary education. She is an alumna of the University of Southern Mindanao-Kidapawan City Campus with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Industrial Arts in 2001. Aiming for higher education, she had her Master in Education major in Educational Management (2004) and  Doctor of Education Major in Educational Management and minor in Extension Education and Rural Development at the University of Southern Mindanao, Kabacan, Cotabato in 2007.

In her speech, she emphasized that the strength of the campus is the people. She added that she was committed to every stakeholder’s needs.

“It is worth repeating that people are our greatest strength—a resource to be challenged inspired, and respected. Therefore, attached to my responsibility as your Chancellor are the following:

  • I am committed to our students—they are primarily the reason why I am here—their engagement, leadership, and research opportunities; their University experience; their academic success with quality programs, in the classroom, in our labs, on the campus; in their work placements; as alumni in their careers; and as lifelong learners as they continue to build and contribute their skills and thought to society.
  • I am committed to our faculty—their growth and advancement; support for their teaching and innovation in teaching; their advocacies; the development of their career; and the integration of their acquired skills and knowledge in teaching.
  • I am committed to our staff—the dedicated, supportive, and skilled backbone of our successful institution.
  • I am also committed to connecting with our community, locally and globally. They share, and assist in our projects; mentor our students, and celebrate their success and accomplishments as friends, colleagues, and employers. They challenge us to do better, to demonstrate value, innovate, and solve problem; and lastly
  • My commitment to industry, so that the future industry manpower needs be addressed by USM-KCC.

Let us be reminded again, that excellence is not always being on top, but it is more of bringing out the potentials that we have until we have reached the best, and at the end of the day, we can say to ourselves that we have done our best and other’s needs. For that, USM KCC must continue to embrace a strong commitment for excellence by demonstrating operational integrity, accountability, and sustainability in the broadest terms.”

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Dr. Pinsoy is known to be output-oriented, a woman of action, has high interpersonal skills, and a leader who has a strong will for the common good of this University. One of her historic achievements is defending the campus for the autonomy given by the Board of Regents. She will be serving the campus for another term with high hopes that this University is leading towards center for development and excellence.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 February 2018 18:34
 
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