The Behavioral Sciences Society (BSS) will be hosting the 2018 Behavioral Sciences National Conference, in cooperation with the Behavioral Sciences Federation this coming March 9 and 10, 2018 from 9:00 AM – 5:45 PM and 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM respectively. It will be located in the 5th Floor Multipurpose Room in the Henry Sy Sr. Building with parallel sessions in various classrooms. Registration fees are P1,100.00 for the regular rates and P1,300.00 for walk in rates (on the day itself).
The Behavioral Sciences Federation is composed of the Behavioral Sciences Societies of De La Salle University, University, and University of the Philippines, and University of Santo Tomas.
This annual conference is an avenue for participants to have a more holistic grasp on the study, share knowledge and expertise, and spread awareness on the pressing issues in the Philippine society, as well as the research developments in the field. With this year’s theme: AWAKENING: Deciphering the Plugged-In Generation, the aim of this conference is to enlighten and enrich its participants on the behavioral shifts in response to social issues, with the aid of media and technology, and its effects on the millennial generation. The conference deliberations will be on the sub-themes:
Decoding New Social Relationships (organizations, communities & families),
Decoding Organizational Development (culture and leadership),
Decoding Health Care Systems (health care policy & access to healthcare), and
Decoding Socio Ecological Systems (sustainable development & disaster risk management).
To avail of tickets, contact Christine Carlos at 0917 711 4076. For more information, like and contact DLSU’s BSS Facebook page, @dlsu.bss, or the Behavioral Sciences Federation’s Facebook page, @behscifederation.