News and Information

EVENT | SBG Week XXI

SBG Week 21 Goes ONLINE! The School of Business and Governance together with AGREES, AMARC, ASMS, JFINEX, JPAMA, JPIA, JPMAP, YES and MBA SOCIETY brings you SBG WEEK XXI on January 18 to 23, 2021 thru different online platforms. EVENT LINKS: JANUARY 18: Opening ... read more

SBG Graduate School Enrollment 2nd Semester

  Subject Offerings: Downloadable forms: Enrollment Form – Doctorate ProgramEnrollment Form – Masters Program   Email accomplished enrollment forms to the following: sbggraduateschool@gmail.com CC: mbasociety.ateneodedavao@gmail.com Also, please... read more

ONLINE SOLUTIONS | SBG Switchboard – Contact Form

We care about your concerns. We find ways to make things easy for you to get your message through to the right person without waiting for someone at the other end a messenger app to respond. This is the SBG Switchboard and Contact Form, a real-time communication... read more
BULLETIN

MEMO | Starting the First Semester Classes of AY 2020-2021

MEMO | From the Academic Vice President re: Starting the First Semester Classes of AY 2020-2021 There will be no teacher-to-student virtual interaction on June 22. Instead, the students explore the OIDPs uploaded online. Everyone is invited to watch the events via FB... read more

APPOINTMENTS: School of Business and Governance

JUST IN: Memo from the Office of the University President for the appointment of the Administrators of School of Business and Governance effective 1 June 2020 until 31 March 2022 Get to know them more and see the updated SBG organizational chart... read more
Business Brief

Spotlight: Melzar R. Galicia, Jr.

FRESH MIND THEORY by: Melzar R. Galicia, Jr. Working hard is good, but always remember to rest. Rest is good, but too much of it leads to complacency and under productiveness. MAGIS… Boyztrek, Cyberia, NetEx, these are places that I frequent back in college. A... read more

Spotlight: Karla Stefan Singson

Building Big Things Out of Nothing by: Karla Stefan Singson Relating this to my experience in school, I look back at my college life with utmost fondness. In school, I also had my shares of failures and successes. Much of my college life was a blur. I started college... read more

Crippling System of Education

By: Dr. Marilou M. Baarde Recognizing the different types of learners and their own unique ways of gaining knowledge is a step towards change. Our fear of not being aligned with the standards of other schools worldwide and pushing hard on our students to be at par on... read more

Making Technology Work

The challenges we face in this global health crisis has affected the lives of many people notwithstanding the psychological effects that we have to deal with because of the disruptions in our daily routines. We continue to struggle and try to make it work despite the limitations.

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Spotlight: Cathrine Tayarani Daghigh

What My Jesuit Education Taught Me by: Cathrine T. Daghigh At the end of the day – what makes a person touch and impact lives profoundly, is really rooted on what’s found in their hearts and minds. I’m someone you would consider a true blue blooded Atenean... read more
Events and Activities

EVENT | SBG Week XXI

SBG Week 21 Goes ONLINE! The School of Business and Governance together with AGREES, AMARC, ASMS, JFINEX, JPAMA, JPIA, JPMAP, YES and MBA SOCIETY brings you SBG WEEK XXI on January 18 to 23, 2021 thru different online platforms. EVENT LINKS: JANUARY 18: Opening ... read more