CTE Dean Rosales is now President of Josefina H. Cerilles State College
March 12, 2014
WMSU officials, CTE faculty members and students bid adieu to Dr. Edgardo H. Rosales during the sending-off program.

WMSU officials, CTE faculty members and students bid adieu to Dr. Edgardo H. Rosales during the sending-off program.

Dr. Rosales graced the members of the CTE family and the WMSU President with a song number.

Dr. Rosales graced the members of the CTE family and the WMSU President with a song number.

WMSU President-Dr. Milabel Enriquez-Ho inspired Dr. Rosales with words of encouragement.

WMSU President-Dr. Milabel Enriquez-Ho inspired Dr. Rosales with words of encouragement.

Dr. Rosales blew the symbolic Four Candles of Leadership during the program.

Dr. Rosales blew the symbolic Four Candles of Leadership during the program.

Western Mindanao State University’s College of Teacher Education (CTE) Dean-Dr. Edgardo H. Rosales made history as he now joins the rank of State Colleges and University Presidents who are products of WMSU.

CTE formally sent off Dean Dr. Edgardo H. Rosales through a program that paid tribute to the now President of Josefina H. Cerilles State College.

Having served the University for 22 years, Dr. Rosales himself is a graduate of Bachelor of Elementary Education of WMSU, batch 1991. He was a faculty member of the Integrated Laboratory School-Elementary from 1992 to 2002 before he moved to the College of Education in 2002 where he then became Dean in 2007. For seven years, Dr. Rosales has committed himself to the College of Teacher Education where he laid out numerous projects including the recently-launched mobile learning program dubbed as Trakwela.

Recounting the number of Presidents WMSU has produced, University President, Dr. Milabel Enriquez-Ho also congratulated Dr. Rosales for this milestone and has inspired him with advises that would be of help as he takes office at JHC State College. The lady president further encouraged all the other deans who were present to do their best to achieve excellence, and stated that it is not the status that the WMSU officials should be after; but it is bringing the University to greater heights.

Dr. Rosales delivered a song number before the program ended as a way of expressing her gratitude and farewell to the college, the President and to WMSU where he has left countless legacies. (AJ Dalugdug – PAO, WMSU)