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Lucero-Prisno named Outstanding Alumnus

Fri 18th March 2011

In recognition of his exemplary work,  Dr Don Eliseo Lucero-Prisno III, our Munting Nayon columnist, has been named Outstanding Alumnus in the field of Health and Medicine by the Leyte Normal University in Tacloban City during the Dayao Awards on 11 March 2011.   Dayao which means praise in the Waray-Waray language extols individuals who have performed in exemplary manner in their respective fields.  This year is extra special as the university celebrates its 90th founding anniversary.  Ten alumni who studied at the institution whether during the time it was still Leyte Provincial Normal School (1921), Leyte Normal School (1952), Leyte State College (1976) or currently Leyte Normal University (1996).   Don studied his elementary and high school at the LNU where he graduated as Salutatorian in both levels.

Dr Don Eliseo Lucero-Prisno III, Outstanding Alumnus for Health and Medicine
There were ten alumni awardees who were recognized for their work in their respective fields.  Included among the awardees are Dan Stephen Palami for Sports and Recreation who is known as the Team Manager of the Philippine football team Azkhals, Romeo B. Almonte of the Congress for Political Affairs, Ranulfo C. Docdocan of ABS-CBN (Media and Communication), Ronerto V. Dazo (Social Work),  Arturo O. Gabrieles (Management), Ruperto B. Golong Jr. (Law), Joanne G. Gomez (Trade and Industry), Pablo P. Quianzon (Civic Service) and Norberto D. Tuazon (Peace and Order).
Lucero-Prisno heads UP Alumni in UK

The Netherlands
Wed 16th February 2011

The University of the Philippines Alumni Association (UPAA) of the United Kingdom elected a new interim head in the person of our own Munting Nayon writer Don Eliseo Lucero-Prisno III.  Don is currently based in the UK where he is connected with Cardiff University and the University of Liverpool.
UPAA-UK was established in London on 7 February 2009 through the encouragement of then Philippine Ambassador to the UK Edgardo Espiritu who was once the President of the University of the Philippines Alumni Association and a member of the UP Board of Regents.  Exactly two years after, a new interim group takes over from the core committee established in 2009.  Lucero-Prisno will however hold office as President ad interim as the membership of UPAA-UK is to be consolidated since more alumni are being recruited from the other parts of the country including England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.  A new mandate from a bigger membership body is expected thus the interim status of the officers. 
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