Graduate School Dean Pimentel conferred Fellow of Royal Institute in Singapore

 04 - 03 - 19
Filamer Christian College News

Filamer Christian University Dean of the Graduate School, Engr. Felimon A. Pimentel, Jr, Ed.D., was conferred Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chemical Engineers, Singapore, last February 26-28.


A member of the Royal Institute nominated Dr. Pimentel by sending his curriculum vitae and his endorsement to the Royal Institute (RI).


Royal Institution of Singapore (RI) is a global, multidisciplinary, professional membership and accrediting institution that also serves as a premier platform for smarter and more effective global network connecting education, business, commerce and industries and facilitating collaboration and perpetual learning for more opportunities, benefits, privileges, better lifestyles, due recognition and excellence.


Being an RI Fellow has several benefits and advantages not only to the individual who was conferred with the recognition but also his institution.  These include  global professional recognition, global exposure and links with different disciplines and enhance competitive advantage, global networking, enhance career advancement opportunities, enhance referrals, earning potential and global mobility, participation in global professional and inter-disciplinary conferences, summits, forums and conventions to promote knowledge, expertise and technology sharing and exchange, global practicum, internship, employment and career opportunities, recognition of member’s accomplishments and achievements through appropriate forum, and Career and Professional Development (CPD) programmes to name a few.

Dr. Pimentel's conferment was done during the 14th Global Congress and Conferment Ceremony at the Empire Hotel and Country Club, Brunei Darussalam, February 26-28, with the theme: Global Leadership and Its Impact on Sustainable Development.

Congratulations, Dr. Pimentel! Your Filamer family is proud of you!

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