Research and Extension


Aims and Scope

The conference aims to give an opportunity for academics to disseminate their research findings to a wider audience;
build networks and linkages with other researchers around the world; and come up with a journal publication where academics can publish their research outputs.

Call for Papers


  • August 30, 2018: Start of call for abstracts
  • October 10, 2018: Deadline of abstracts
  • Starting October 15, 2018: Notification of acceptance
  • October 31, 2018: Deadline of papers
  • November 16-17, 2018: Conference proper

All abstracts will be published in a hardcopy and online book of abstract with ISBN. Selected papers will be published in the Panpacific Journal of Science and Technology or Panpacific Journal of Education and Social Studies.

The Endorsement from CHED can be found here:

All communications and inquiries shall be sent to:

Abstract and Paper Guidelines

Document Format: Use Microsoft Word 2003 to 2010. Do not submit an abstract or paper in pdf format.

Manuscript Font: Rockwell, 12 point.

Title: Use Rockwell, 12 point, boldfaced, double-spaced for the title research/article title, with a capital letter for the first letter of all proper nouns. The title should be centered and arranged in an inverse pyramidal form. The title should not include abbreviations, except for terms that are popularly known based on its abbreviations (e.g. HIV, AIDS, SWOT).

Authors’ names: Give the names of all contributing authors on the title page exactly as you wish them to appear in the published article. Authors are encouraged to identify the primary author/s based on the level and weight of contribution during the conduct and writing of the research. The authors’ names should be centered with the first name/s to be indicated first, followed by the middle initial, surname, and suffix name, if any. Titles (e.g. Dr., Engr., Atty.) are not to be indicated. The paper should have a Title Page (Title, Author/s and their Designation and Agency, Address, Contact Number and email).

Correspondence details: In the abstract, provide an email address for all authors. If possible, the institutional email address is preferred (i.e.,; if none, a professional email address will suffice ( Cellphone numbers are also to be indicated. The author’s correspondence details should be centered. An asterisk must be placed after the name of the author who will present the paper.

Affiliations: In the Abstract, list the affiliation of each author (department, university, city, country). The author’s affiliation should be centered.

Recent papers are more desirable. However, all papers written in the past five (5) years can be presented at the conference. Authors must notify the organizers in the paper has been presented or published in other conferences or journals.

All abstracts must be submitted on or before October 10, 2018 for screening and approval for presentation during the conference. The abstract should not exceed 200 words. 4 to 6 keywords should be provided at the end of the abstract.

An official communication will be sent to the author(s) of the papers which have been approved for presentation.

Research Title to be Typed Using Capital Letters for Initial Letter
of Proper Nouns, except articles, in Inverse Pyramidal Form

First Name M.I. Family Name, Suffix, if any*
Name of College, Name of Institution
City, Country
e-mail address
contact number

First Name M.I. Family Name, Suffix, if any
Name of College, Name of Institution
City, Country
e-mail address
contact number


The abstract consists of a single, concise paragraph describing the purpose, procedure, and results of your study. Use no more than 200 words formatted in single space and justified. Do not write the abstract until you are nearly finished writing and then draft and redraft until it reads as clearly as possible. The abstract may contain the following parts as a guide, Motivation/Background (Explain the importance of the problem investigated in the paper. Include here a statement of the main research question.), Methodology and Intervention (Give a short account of the most important methods used in your investigation.), Results (Present the main results reported in the paper.), and Conclusion (Briefly present the conclusions and importance of the results. Concisely summarize the study’s implications to theory, practice or methods). Do not include any citations in the abstract.

Keywords. Write here four (4) to six (6) keywords relevant to the research presented in the manuscript. They should be arranged alphabetically and separated by a comma without a full stop at the end of the last keyword. For example: capital allocation, generalized linear modeling, regression modeling, reservation


  1. The Paper should include an abstract, rationale, objectives, methodology, discussion/interpretation, conclusions, implications to policy/practical/practice, and recommendations. It is recommended that the manuscript be limited to no more than 6,000 words (excluding references and necessary supplementary materials). The manuscript should adhere to the following format:


  1. Biographical Statement: All proposals for presentations must include a brief biographical statement (12 lines or less) with a picture.
  1. Multiple Submissions: Multiple submissions by the same author or co-author are allowed, depending on the topics and space/time availability, subject to a corresponding fee. The Conference Organizer reserves the right to limit multiple submissions.
  1. Recent papers are more desirable. However, all papers written in the past five (5) years can be presented at the conference. Authors must notify the organizers in the paper has been presented or published in other conferences or journals.
  1. The full paper must be submitted on or before October 31, 2018.
  1. An official communication will be sent to the author(s) of the papers which have been approved for presentation.

Click here for downloadable Abstract and Paper Guidelines.

Poster Submission Guidelines
The POSTER should clearly depict rationale/significance, objectives, methodology, discussion/ interpretation, conclusions, policy implications, and recommendations; and should adhere to the following format/guidelines:

  • Authors are responsible for producing and printing their own poster presentations.  The organizers will be providing poster stands.
  • The poster must have a byline containing the following: Title, Author/s, Author’s Affiliation, Address, email)
  • The poster must be self-explanatory, organized, and contains concise the usual parts of a research paper (i.e., Introduction, Methodology, Results and Discussion, Conclusions and Recommendations).  References may be placed, though optional.
  • The size of the poster is 40” x 30” in portrait format.
  • The text must be readable from at least 3 feet distance. Font size must be between 24 to 48 points.
  • The design should flow sequentially from one part to the next (left to right or top to bottom). Number or arrows may be used to help the eye move from item to item in the correct order.
  • While it is preferred that the poster included images that make the poster self-explanatory and eye-catching, the use of images must be of relevance to the study. Hence, used sparingly to avoid cluttering with text or artwork.
  • Poster text should be presented in no more than three colors. Dark-typed on a light background is easiest to read.
  • Photographs/illustrations should be 5” X 7”. Captions and labels should be readable from two meters away and not cluttered with unnecessary details. Graphs are preferred over tables. Use only one vertical scale per graph.
  • The poster must be set-up/displayed in the designated area a day before the conference proper and must remain on display until the Awarding Ceremonies.
  • A draft of the poster should be submitted to the Conference Secretariat on or before October 31, 2018, for screening and approval for its presentation during the conference.  
  • The final version of the poster (printed in a tarpaulin) must be submitted to the Conference Secretariat no later than 8:00 AM of the conference date.

Paper Submission
You can submit your abstract by clicking the link

Papers and posters that are of contribution to empirical, methodological or theoretical relevance shall be accepted. The language of the conference is English. Papers must be in the following fields:

  • Education
  • Management
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Business and Accountancy
  • Social Sciences
  • Criminal Justice and Maritime Studies
  • Health Sciences
  • Interdisciplinary Studies


Local Participant International Participant
Early Bird
(On or before October 30, 2018)
Regular / on-site Early Bird
(On or before October 30, 2018)
Regular / on-site
Presenter ₱6,000.00 ₱6,500.00 USD 115.00 USD 125.00
Observer ₱3,000.00 ₱4,000.00 USD 85.00 USD 90.00
With additional paper ₱1,500.00 ₱1,500.00 USD 35.00 USD 35.00

The registration fee covers meals and snacks (2 lunch, 4 snacks, 1 dinner), two days-one night hotel accommodation (quad sharing), book of abstracts, name tag, pen and paper.


Bank Name : Bank of the Philippine Island
Bank Account Number : 0541-0022-78
Swift Code : BOPIPHMM

or through Dollar Account;

Bank Name : Bank of the Philippine Island
Bank Account Number : 0544-0337-86
Swift Code : BOPIPHMM

Plenary Speakers
Maria Angela G. Zafra, DBA
Professor, School of Business and Governance
Ateneo de Davao University
Davao City, Philippines
Jose Hernani (Joel) S. David, Ph.D.
Professor of Cultural Studies
Inha University (Korea)
Jonathan Rante Carreon, PhD AppLing, PhD Ling
Associate Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts
Head, Foreign Relations Office
Huachiew Chalermprakiet University
Samutprakarn, Thailand
Custer C. Deocaris, Ph.D.
Chief, Research Management Division
Commission on Higher Education


Photo by Vanity Room Philippines

Royce Hotel, Clark, Philippines

Located in the heart of Philippine’s Central Luzon region, Clark is part of Pampanga province, bounded on the north by Tarlac and Nueva Ecija, Bulacan on the east, on the south by Bataan, and on the west by Zambales.

Clark occupies over 33,000 hectares of prime land located in the culture-rich Central Luzon. It is a natural entry point to the Asia Pacific Region, with only 3 ½ hours flying time away from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Korea and other key points in Asia.

With a highly improved road network and increasing flights at Clark International Airport Corporation (CIAC), Clark is setting out to become the hub for business, aviation and tourism in the Philippines.


Approximately 80 kilometers north of Manila, Clark is reachable by land or air. Driving by car from Manila takes an hour and a half. Take the North Luzon Expressway and exit at Dau, Mabalacat City, Pampanga. Make a left turn toward Angeles City and then a right turn toward Clark.

Clark may also be reached via the new Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX). From the North Luzon Expressway, continue the drive leading to the SCTEX exit. You may use either the Clark North Interchange (Panday Pira access road near Nayong Pilipino) or Clark South Interchange (near Yokohama and Clark Main Gate) to enter Clark.

Public buses also ply the routes on a daily basis. Ride a Victory Liner bound for Dagupan and alight at Dau common terminal. Walk a bit toward the highway where jeepneys or tricycles are available. These vehicles can take you right up the Clark gate. Another bus line, Philippine Rabbit, also has trips to Angeles, Pampanga, via Dau, and other buses going north may also pass by the area. Ask the driver or conductor beforehand to be sure.

Several airlines offer domestic and international flights to CIAC. For complete and updated airline schedules, visit

Getting Around Clark

For the convenience of guests, a number of taxis operate inside Clark to and from the Main gate as well as from hotel establishments in Clark. Alternatively, public jeepneys offer a modest and affordable means of transportation available daily to shuttle commuters to the different establishments within the Freeport.

There are two (2) public shuttle terminals each located at the Main Gate, for those coming from Angeles City, and Mabalacat Gate , for those from Mabalacat City and northern towns of Tarlac and Zambales.

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