Rosetta G. Palma is an Associate Professor 4 of Social Work who teaches clinical and/ or micro social work practice and social work practice model building. She has also been engaged in psychiatric and medical social work practice, and is currently involved as trainer/consultant along this area.
Benilda B. Tayag is an Associate Professor of Social Work of UP College of Social Work and Community Development. Her extensive experience in social development has made her a part of ADB’s deacon list of consultants. Her areas of expertise are in fields of Training Development and Management, Community organizing, Community Development, Organizational Development and Management.
Maria Lyra T. Del Castillo is a Professor of the U.P. College of Social Work and Community Development. Her expertise is focused on clinical social work practice, supervision, program development, policy formulation, and technical assistance in the field of family and child welfare.
Rosalie T. Quilicol is an Assistant Professor of Social Work who teaches human behaviour and social environment and generalist work practice. She has also been engaged in social development work in a government agency and non-government organizations dealing with the issues of urban poor and housing, mainstreaming technical and vocational education among the youth, poverty alleviation, child labour and anti-trafficking in women and children.
Yolanda G. Ealdama is an Assistant Professor of the U.P. College of Social Work and Community Development. Her fields of interest are the following: women, gender and development; social work and social development; migration and development; child rights and protection, and gender responsive governance.
Jocelyn T. Caragay is a professor of Social Work and at the same time the Director of the Research and Extension for Development Office (REDO).
Specialization: Social Work, Community Organizing, and Case Writing
Rainier V. Almazan is an Assistant Professor of Social Work who teaches community organizing, social policy and administration and social research. He has also been engaged in social development as peasant and trade union organizer, trainer, advocate, researcher and administrator of non-government, non-profit organizations.
Mary Lou L. Alcid is an Associate Professor of Social Work who has also been directly engaged in social development as a rural community organizer, trainer, advocate, researcher, and administrator of non-government, non-profit organizations. Her areas of interest are social administration, international migration, mainstreaming feminism in social work education and practice, and social movement building.