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NOTICE OF FILING OF CANDIDACY

GREETINGS:

Notice is hereby given that the filing of candidacy for the election of New Board of Directors of Adamson University Alumni Association, Inc. 2017-2018 is extended until January 31, 2017 at 5:00 PM.

         “Certificate of Candidacy” for AUAAI Director is available at the AUAAI Office.

THE COMELEC

Candidacy Sheet and Guidelines

Unveiling of the 1st Batch of Featured Alumni for SY 2016-2017 Arch. Robert Sac

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Alumni Faculty and Employee Christmas Party

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Adamson University Alumni Association 3rd Global Reunion

Featured Alumni August 2016

NOTICE OF FILING OF CANDIDACY

GREETINGS:

Notice is hereby given that the filing of candidacy for the election of New Board of Directors of Adamson University Alumni Association, Inc. 2016-2018 shall commence today, January 20, 2016 and will end on February 02, 2016 at 5:00 PM.

“Certificate of Candidacy” for AUAAI Director is available at the AUAAI Office.

THE COMELEC

Article V
RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Section 1. Every member shall have the following rights:

a) To attend the regular and special meetings of the general membership of the Association;
b) To vote concerning the election of officers and on motions presented during the General Assembly meeting;
c) To run for office, except those who are honorary members, who, however, may be appointed or designated by the Board of Directors to act as members of the special or regular committees;
d) To represent AUAAI in functions, in and out of the University, with official consent as determined by the President or the Board of Directors;
e) To use the facilities and avail of the services and benefits offered by the Association;
f) To file complaints against officers, directors and members;
g) To observe in the meetings of the Board of Directors and any of the special and regular committees without prejudice to Executive Sessions which shall be determined by the concerned committees;
h) To be informed on matters pertaining to the attainment of the objectives of the Association;
i) To propose amendments and revisions to the By-laws; and
j) To inspect the records of all business transactions and the minutes of the meetings and book of accounts of the Association at reasonable hours on business days.

Section 2. Every member shall have the following responsibilities:

a) To know and live up to the objectives of the Association;
b) To protect and promote the interest of the Association;
c) To comply with the Constitution of the Association;
d) To attend meetings called for;
e) To pay all dues and fees;
f) To cultivate camaraderie and fellowship;
g) To know all the Association’s calendar of activities;
h) To participate actively in the activities of the Association.

Article VIII
ELECTION OF THE MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

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Section 2. No person shall be allowed to run for director unless he is a regular member of the Association, at least eighteen years of age on the day of the election, neither suffering from civil interdiction nor convicted of offenses involving moral turpitude.

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Article XVII
RESIGNATION, REMOVAL AND SUCCESSION

Section 2. Absences of a director from three consecutive regular Board meetings, without justifiable reason, shall be considered as abandonment of his position.
Section 5. Impeachment shall be limited to removal from the Board. The Board of Directors, by two-third vote, shall decide whether to expel the impeached director from the general membership of the Association. A Director removed by impeachment shall no longer be qualified to run as a member of the Board of Directors.

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GUIDELINES FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE 2016 ADAMSON UNIVERSITY ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
INCORPORATED (AUAAI) BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTIONS

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1. The deadline for filing of candidacy is on February 02, 2016 at 7:00 PM at the Alumni Office. ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES WITH COMPLETE REQUIREMENTS AS OF THE DEADLINE SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE FINAL LIST OF CANDIDATES.
2. Election Expenses shall not be regulated by the AUAAI. Candidates may post announcements and campaign materials subject to the usual procedural clearance from the concerned officers of the University at their own expense. During the Election Day, a common poster area shall be installed at SV Grounds.
3. Strictly, NO ALUMNI TICKET, NO VOTE. The control number of the alumni tickets shall be used in the monitoring of voters.
4. EXCLUSION AND INCLUSION OF VOTERS SHALL BE ADDRESSED TO THE COMMITTEE ON ELECTIONS WHICH SHALL RULE WITH FINALITY. No further motions, pleadings, manifestations and the like shall be entertained.
5. NO PRE-PROCLAMATION CONTROVERSY SHALL BE ENTERTAINED.
6. Adverse decision of the COMELEC shall be appealed within FIVE DAYS to the LEGAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE which shall render its decision within 10 working days.

For your guidance and compliance.

Adamson athletes shine in SEAG

ATHLETES and coaches from Adamson University made their marks in the recent Singapore 28th Southeast Asian Games with softball making the most impact for the school with the gold-medal conquests of the Blu Boys and Blu Girls.

Adamson men’s coach Orlando Binarao highlighted the Blu Boys’ undefeated campaign as he belted a home run in the third inning to power the Filipinos past Indonesia, 6-4, in the title match.
The Blu Girls, coached by Lady Falcons’ mentor Ana Santiago capped their conquest with a 3-0 shutout of Thailand in the finals.

The women’s team is composed mostly of players who currently play or are alumnae of Adamson’s softball program, including two-time UAAP MVP Annalie Benjamen, Luzviminda Embudo, Rizza Bernardino, Lorna Adorable, Florabele Pabiana, Queenie Sabobo, Angeline Ursabia and Elma Parohinog.

In shooting, Jayson Valdez, a BS Customs Administration sophomore, clinched a bronze medal in the men’s individual 10-meter air rifle event.

Long time team captain and former UAAP women’s basketball MVP Merenciana Arayi was one of three former Lady Falcons selected by head coach Patrick Aquino for the women’s basketball team called Perlas Pilipinas.

Former two-time UAAP MVP Annalyn Almazan and Fria Bernando were also part of the lineup that also included national team mainstays Allana Lim, Camille Sambile and newcomers Alfril Bernardino and Shelley Gupilan.

In their domination of eventual gold medalist Malaysia, 74-63, in the prelimaries, Arayi contributed 15 points and 13 rebounds while Almazan chipped in six points, eight rebounds and dished out two assists.

The Filipinos, however, missed the podium to Thailand, which bagged the bronze medal by virtue of the winner over the other rule. The Thais beat the Filipinos, 61-56, in the preliminaries.
The Philippines bagged 29 gold, 39 silver and 66 bronze medals in Singapore for sixth place. Thailand was overall champion anew with a 95-83-69 gold-silver-bronze tally.

Source: http://sports.inquirer.net/185642/adamson-athletes-shine-in-seag#ixzz3ec5y8fWq