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Presidents of the
University of the Philippines
1911-1915 Murray S. Bartlett
1915-1921 Ignacio B. Villamor
1921-1925 Guy Potter Wharton Benton
1925-1933 Rafael V. Palma
1934-1939 Jorge Bocobo
1939-1943 Bienvenido Gonzalez
1943-1945 Antonio Sison
1945-1951 Bienvenido Gonzalez
1951-1956 Vidal A. Tan
1956-1958 Enrique Virata
1958-1962 Vicente G. Sinco
1962-1968 Carlos P. Romulo
1969-1975 Salvador P. Lopez
1975-1979 Onofre D. Corpuz
1979-1981 Emmanuel V. Soriano
1981-1987 Edgardo J. Angara
1987-1993 Jose V. Abueva
1993-1999 Emil Q. Javier
1999-2005 Francisco Nemenzo, Jr.
2005-2011 Emerlinda R. Roman
2011-present Alfredo E. Pascual

Dr. José Veloso Abueva is a Filipino educator, author, professor and civil servant. He is a former president of the University of the Philippines, and currently president of Kalayaan College.

Abueva is also one of the 12 UP Centennial Fellows who participated in the UP Centennial Lecture Series as part of the centennial celebration of the Philippines' premier institution of higher learning. A Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) awardee for political science in 1962, he has devoted much of his career in academic circles.

He is a professor emeritus of political science and public administration and is closely associated with the U.P. National College of Public Administration and Governance (NCPAG). The former U.P. president holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from tne University of Michigan.

Professor Abueva is the brother of National Artist Napoleon V. Abueva.


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Administrative Positions

  • Secretary to the 1971 Constitutional Convention, Republic of the Philippines
  • President, University of the Philippines
  • Chancellor, University of the Philippines Diliman
  • Vice Dean, Institute of Public Administration, University of the Philippines

Publications

  • Abueva, Jose V. (ed.). Filipino Nationalism: Various Meanings, Constant and Changing Goals, Continuing Relevance. 1999 (956pp).
  • Abueva, Jose V. (ed.). The Making of the Filipino Nation and Republic. 1998 (1,050pp).
  • Abueva, Jose V., Romeo B. Ocampo, Felipe Medalla, Ma. Concepcion P. Alfiler, Ma. Oliva Z. Domingo, Thelma B. Kintanar, and co-authors. The Philippines Into the 21st Century: Future Scenarios for Governance, Democracy and Development, 1998-2025. 1998 (238pp).
  • Jose V. Abueva, Arnold P. Alamon and Ma. Oliva Z. Domingo. Admiral Tomas Cloma: Father of Maritime Education and Discoverer of Freedomland/ Kalayaan Islands.
  • Abueva, Jose V. and Emerlinda R. Roman (eds.). The Post-EDSA Vice-Presidency, Congress, and the Judiciary, (1986-1992): Self-Assessments and External Views and Assessments. Volume 3: 1st U.P. Public Lectures. 1998 (282pp).
  • Abueva, Jose V. and Emerlinda R. Roman (eds.). The Post-EDSA Constitutional Commissions (1986-1992): Self-Assessments and External Views and Assessments. Volume 4: 1st U.P. Public Lectures. 1998 (189pp).
  • Abueva, Jose V. and Emerlinda R. Roman (eds.). The Aquino Presidency and Administration (1986-1992): Contemporary Assessments and "The Judgment of History?" Volume 2: 1st U.P. Public Lectures. 1993 (509pp).
  • Abueva, Jose V. and Emerlinda R. Roman (eds.). Corazon C. Aquino: Early Assessment of Her Presidential Leadership and Administration and her Place in History. International edition. 1993 (334pp).

Awards and Recognitions

  • Ten Outstanding Young Men (TOYM) awardee for political science in 1962

Lectures

The Crucial Importance of Election

See Also

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