Faculty Awards (2014-2016)

International Publication Award (2016)

Asst. Prof. Jean S. Encinas-Franco
“Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) as Heroes: Discursive Origins of the “Bagong Bayani” in the Era of Labor Export.” Humanities Diliman

Prof. Carolina G. Hernandez
“Human Security in Building the ASEAN Community” in Post-Conflict Development in East Asia. Brendan M. Howe (editor). Surrey, England: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2014

Prof. Carolina G. Hernandez
“Security Sector Reform in Southeast Asia: From Policy to Practice” in Security Sector Reform in Southeast Asia: From Policy to Practice. Felix Heiduk (editor). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014

Asst. Prof. Dennis F. Quilala
“The Philippines in 2014: Unmasking the Daang Matuwid.” Philippine Political Science Journal, 36 (1): 94-109, 2015.

Asst. Prof. Jan Robert R. Go
“Political Leadership and Education Politics: The Mayor and Education Services in Nasugbu, Batangas.” Philippine Political Science Journal, 37 (12): 111-134, 2016.

Asst. Prof. Rogelio Alicor L. Panao
“Tried and Tested? Dynastic Persistence and Legislative Productivity at the Philippine House of Representative”. Asian Politics and Policy, 8 (3): 394-417, July 2016.


International Publication Award (2015)

Assoc. Prof. Aries A. Arugay
“The middle class and Democracy in Southeast Asia, published in the Handbook of Southeast Asian Democratization

Prof. Maria Ela L. Atienza
“People’s views about human security in five Philippine municipalities”, published in Disaster Prevention and Management: An Internal Journal

Prof. Carolina G. Hernandez
“Human Security in Building the ASEAN Community”, published in Post-Conflict Development
In East Asia, edited by Brendan Howe.

Prof. Carolina G. Hernandez
“Security Sector Reform in Southeast Asia: From Policy to Practice”, published in Security Reform in Asia, edited by Felix Heiduk

Asst. Prof. Maria Anna Rowena Luz G. Layador
“Falling short in security sector governance (SSG): Clans and auxiliaries in Maguindanao Contributing to un-peace”, published in the  2015 Philippine Political Science Journal

Prof. Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem
“The politics of “educating” the Philippine technocratic elite”, published in the Philippine Political Science Journal (PPSJ)

Prof. Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem
“Technocracy and the Politics of Economic Decision Making During the Pre-Martial Law Period (1965-1972)”, published in the Philippine Studies: Historical & Ethnographic Viewpoints

Prof. Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem
“Moro and Basque Nationalism and the Limitations of Liberal Democracy”, published in the Journal of Comparative Asian Development

Prof. Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem
“Negotiating North-South dynamics and the Philippine experience in the WTO”, published in The Pacific Review

Prof. Jorge V. Tigno
“Walk the Talk: CSOs, Migrant Workers, and Overseas Employment from the Philippines”, published in Asia on the Move: Regional Migration and the Role of Civil Society

PhD Incentive Award (2015)

Assoc. Prof. Aries A. Arugay
“Crisis not Reequilibration: Explaining Post-Coup Instability in Third Wave Democracies”

Asst. Prof. Rogelio Alicor L. Panao
“Does the upper house have the upper hand?: Bicameral incongruence in the Philippine congress and its impact on the president’s legislative success”

UPD Centennial Professorial Chairs and Faculty Grants

Prof. Maria Ela L. Atienza
UPD Centennial Professorial Chair Award, July 2014 – June 2015 Cycle

Prof. Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem
UPD Centennial Professorial Chair Award, July 2014 – June 2015 Cycle

Asst. Prof. Jean S. Encinas-Franco
UPD Centennial Professorial Chair Award, July 2014 – June 2015 Cycle

Prof. Jorge V. Tigno
UPD Centennial Professorial Chair Award, July 2014 – June 2015 Cycle

Assoc. Prof. Aries A. Arugay
UPD Centennial Faculty Grant Award, January 2015 – December 2015 Cycle

Other Awards

Assoc. Prof. Herman Joseph S. Kraft
UPAA Northern California Professorial Chair Award (July 2014 – June 2015)

Prof. Jorge V. Tigno
National Research Council of the Philippines 2015 Achievement Award - Division VIII (Social Sciences)

Asst. Prof. Crisline G. Torres-Pilapil
UP Foundation Inc. Professorial Chair


International Publication Award (2014)

Prof. Carolina G. Hernandez
“The South China Sea issue and its implications for the security of East Asia”, in the book Power  Transition and International Order in Asia, edited by Peter Shearman and published by Routledge

Prof. Jorge V. Tigno
“The Language of Dictatorship in the Philippines: Marcos and Martial Law”, in the volume Totalitarian and Authoritarian Discourses: A Global and Timeless Phenomenon? edited by Lutgard Lams, Geert Crauwels, and Henrieta Anisoara and published by Peter Lang Oxford

Prof. Jorge V. Tigno
 “At the Mercy of the Market?: State-enabled, market-oriented labor migration and women migrants from the Philippines” published in the Philippine Political Science Journal by Routledge last 29 May 2014.

Asst. Prof. Jean S. Encinas-Franco
“The Language of Dictatorship in the Philippines: Marcos and Martial Law”, in the volume Totalitarian and Authoritarian Discourses: A Global and Timeless Phenomenon? edited by Lutgard Lams, Geert Crauwels, and Henrieta Anisoara and published by Peter Lang Oxford

Assoc. Prof. Herman Joseph S. Kraft
“Association of Southeast Asian Nations” in The Democratization of International Institutions edited by Lucio Levi, Giovanni Finizio, and Nicola Vallinoto and published by Routledge.

Asst. Prof. Rogelio Alicor L. Panao
“Beyond roll call: executive-legislative relations and lawmaking in the Philippine House of Representatives” was published in the Philippine Political Science Journal by Routledge.

Prof. Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem
“Moro and Basque Nationalism and the Limitations of Liberal Democracy” which was published in the Journal of Comparative Asian Development.

UP Diliman Centennial Professorial Chairs and Faculty Grants (July 2014-June 2015 Cycle)

Prof. Jorge V. Tigno
“At the Mercy of the Market?: State-enabled, market-oriented labor migration and women migrants  
from the Philippines” published in the Philippine Political Science Journal by Routledge last 29 May 2014”.

Prof. Maria Ela L. Atienza
“Filipino Conceptions on Human Security” Developing a Human Security Index Based on an Exploratory Study in Conflict Areas” published in Mainstreaming Human Security: Asian Perspectives. Bangkok: Chula Global Network and International Studies Program

Asst. Prof. Jean S. Encinas-Franco
“The Language of Dictatorship in the Philippines: Marcos and Martial Law” published in Totalitarian and Authoritarian Discourses: Global and Timeless Phenomenon

Prof. Teresa S. Encarnacion Tadem
“Social Capital and the Martial Law Technocracy: The Making and Unmaking of a Power Elite” published in Kritika Kultura