On February 12, 2020 at the university gymnasium, six groups of student-researchers presented the 2020 Student Research Forum.
This event was part of the programs of the NDMU Academic Week.
Here are the following researches that were discussed:
|ExTrack: A mobile expense tracker application using android studio||Zaide Jettopher Ampatua (BSIT 4)
Jan Jovie Espinosa (BSIT 4)
Joel Orillo (BSIT 4)
Hanz Salih Sacandal (BSIT 4)
|Solar powered black bug eliminator using using LED light and microcontroller||Gil John Ganaden (BSEE 5)
Jessa Lebanan (BSEE 5)
Quennie Magbanua (BSEE 5)
|Financial management practices of campus clubs and organization in Notre Dame of Marbel University||Patricia Anne Bolivar (BS ACCTY 5)
Khristine Casenal (BS ACCTY 5)
Melrose Erasga (BS ACCTY 5)
Princess Kaye Naraval (BS ACCTY 5)
|Contribution of street vending on the livelihood of urban income households in the City of Koronadal, South Cotabato||Mark Edzon Bello (BS ACCTY 5)
Johanna Irish Guialel (BS ACCTY 5)
Juana Luz Guillano (BS ACCTY 5)
Joan Mirzi Resus (BS ACCTY 5)
|Extent of implementation of the Green University Policy to Notre Dame of Marbel University||Lex Aljanfell Enrique (BS ACCTY 5)
Vincent Paul Tabares (BS ACCTY 5)
Virgilio Tacsagon (BS ACCTY 5)
|Impacts of foot traffic, light intensity, noise level, and temperature on migratory birds in the City of Koronadal, South Cotabato||Francis Dominique Bautista (BSBIO 4)|
All of the presenters were endorsed by their respective colleges.
The research presenters were met with many interesting inquiries from the students and faculty members.
University President Wilfredo Lubrico attended the event and expressed that he values the students who devote their time and effort on doing research, and challenged them more to seek more findings on many social issues for them to utilize their time in the university.