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Mangulabnan is new CHMSC prexy

CARLOS Hilado Memorial State College (CHMSC) names Norberto P. Mangulbanan, PhD as its new college president.

The CHMSC Board of Trustees, the institution’s highest policy making body, elected Mangulabnan in a special board meeting for the selection of the new president last July 4, 2020.

President-elect Mangulabnan, who serves as the vice president for Academic Affairs of CHMSC, will be replacing outgoing President Renato M. Sorolla, PhD, who completed his two consecutive terms that spanned for eight years last July 8, 2020.

Mangulbanan, served as Director of CHMSC’s Quality Assurance and Accreditation and Executive Assistant from 2013-2017. He has been CHMSC’s vice president for Academic Affairs since May 2017.

Mangulabnan bested other candidates for the CHMSC presidency namely, Raul C. Alvarez, Jr., PhD, Jay B. Estrellas, PhD, and Andrew Eusebio S. Tan, PhD.

Mangulabnan took his Oath of Office last July 4 and will officially start his term on July 9. (PR)


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