Brief History

      Cognizant of the EARIST Mission-Vision-Goals-Objectives and its mandate to implement the planning, research, and extension functions of the Institute, the OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT FOR PLANNING, RESEARCH AND EXTENSION (OVPPRE) was established in AY 2007-2008 under the leadership of the following Vice Presidents:
          Dr. Eric C. Mendoza (current VPPRE)
          Dr. Herculano V. Sabas
          Dr. Diosdado A. Amante

      Likewise, the OFFICE OF RESEARCH SERVICES (ORS) has continually sustained the research initiatives and efforts of the Institute through the stewardship of these distinguished men and women who served as its Director:
          Dr. Grant B. Cornell (current Director)
          Dr. Jose A. Morales
          Dr. Esteban T. Robiso
          Dr. Herculano V. Sabas
          Dr. Diosdado A. Amante
          Dr. Quintin M. Estrada, Jr.
          Dr. Emillie D. Guevarra
          Dr. Juanito B. Cacapit
          Dr. Purificacion F. Kanoy

      A center of quality institutional planning, research and extension for proactive response to the development challenges of the Institute and the nation

      Enhance institutional effectiveness through balanced planning, relevant research, and responsive extension in support to institutional development
Lead strategic efforts for institutional development
Generate new and applied knowledge in science and technology
Transform lives in communities through extension
Enhance the Institute’s image
1.Strengthen research expertise of faculty researchers through capability building.
2.Improve instructional processes through utilization of research driven teaching methodologies.
3.Invent/innovate prototypes, gadgets, and facilities in science and technology which are needed by the academe, industry, and community.
4.Transfer generated technology to the community for empowerment and improvement of the quality of life.
5.Establish linkages and collaboration with other Colleges/Universities, GOs and NGOs for funding support and assistance.
6.Support publication and dissemination of researches in refereed journals, paper presentation, and in-house reviews.

» Office of Research Services

      Enhance basic and applied research projects and activities aimed at solving educational, industrial and community problems, innovations and inventions
1.Develop and maintain an effective mechanism of forecasting, planning, policy-making, financing, management, and evaluation of RS activities of the Institute.
2.Develop a self-generating and independent core of RS manpower to serve the needs of science, technology and technological education research.
3.Establish an efficient, effective, and functional collection of physical resources that are highly relevant and appropriate in attaining the goals and objectives of RS projects.
4.Generate high quality RS outputs that are useful and acceptable to the industrial and educational sectors.
1.Search and discover through specific research, relevant and up dated information that will serve as input for academic and administrative planning, policy formulation and decision-making.
2.Conduct quality research and development studies in: (a) science and technology education; (b) institute policy research; (c) existing policies and practices in science, technology education and current technologies in the educational and industrial sectors in terms of products, processes, and services.
3.Develop, maintain, enrich and provide a general databank, readily available to colleges/sectors/units of the Institute and to outside clientele.
                  Responsive and Scientific Thinking

» Office of Extension Services

      A dynamic service oriented center for community development and people empowerment
      Generate extension projects for effective technology transfer, continuing education, and training for self-reliance and community welfare
1.Develop and deliver appropriate programs/projects/activities which are responsive to the felt needs of its clientele;
2.Upgrade competence, work skills and competitiveness of out-of-school youth; and
3.Provide technology transfer for sustainable socio-economic development.
1.Conduct skills development, entrpreneurship training, and community education needed by service sectors;
2.Assist small and medium scale enterprises by sharing the various expertise of the Institute, disseminating research output and transferring of technologies;
3.Undertake identification and assessment of gaps and needs in extension service sectors which the Institute can address;
4.Establish and maintain good relationship with funding donors, sponsors, and other benefactors for extension projects and services.
5.Sustain alumni for programs and projects of the Institute.
Community Service
Servant Leadership
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