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UP Engineering Society
The first Engineering-wide student organization in UP Diliman
The official logo of UP Eng'gSoc

Established August 26, 1996
Motto Building Bridges, Breaking Barriers
Type Engineering-based Academic Organization
President Vincent Joseph Garcia
Vice President and Internals Committee Chairperson Louie I. Bedes
Executive Secretary Regine Carmelli R. Santos
Academics Committee Chairperson Mark Anthony V. Sumaljag
Externals Committee Chairperson Mark Edward R. Vasquez
Finance Committee Chairperson Noel T. Hingco
Membership Committee Chairperson Marian Rosary Grace N. Solidum
Executive Committee Counselor John Erick T. Sallan
Location 3F Melchor Hall, Osmena Street, University of the Philippines, 1101 Diliman, Quezon City
Faculty Adviser Engr. Reinol Josef dC. Compañero
Website [1]

The UP Engineering Society (UP Eng'gSoc) was founded on August 26, 1996 by a group of students who envisioned an organization that would allow membership from all departments and institutes of the College of Engineering. This gave birth to the first engineering-wide student organization in the university which aimed to produce inter-department cooperation, promote college unity, and provide the perfect environment for learning, self-improvement and service.

The main goal of the founders was to have an organization which built bridges and broke barriers within the college; and through the UP Engineering Society, this vision was realized.

The UP Engineering Society is an organization made of talented individuals and passionate people. For the past years, it has continued to foster and promote camaraderie among various departments and has produced several engineers who have gained broader perspectives on engineering as a profession and as a form of dignified service.



Assistant Secretaries

  • Dave Anthony Acebedo
  • Marc Angelo Rayos
  • Marvin Jay Austria

Academics Committee

  • Alexis Bryan Rivera
  • Francis Nico Naparam
  • Gabriel Enriquez
  • Gideon Valdez
  • Ivy Elaine Cadalzo
  • John Harvie delos Reyes
  • John Raymond San Jose
  • Joshua Daniel Cadiz
  • Lorielyn Martinez
  • Kim Arvin Silvoza
  • Marc Joseph Garcia
  • Marie Joyce Cabebe
  • Maryam Jazzmine Azucena
  • Phillip Edison Baldevia
  • Roselyn Bermundo
  • Steven Masahiro Okaku

Externals Committee

  • Anthony Jason Ferma
  • Apollo Agcaoili
  • Carl John Buzon
  • Christian Ed Uytico
  • David Angelo Santos
  • Demi Anne Obediencia
  • Erika Angela Tumaliuan
  • Ina Isabella Fanio
  • Isagani Barrameda Jr.
  • Jan Christian Montoya
  • Jerilene Medrano
  • Jonar Arimado
  • Maria Marecris Soriano
  • Randulph Paulo Morales
  • Victor Louis Crisostomo

Finance Committee

  • Alexander Francis Carandang
  • Allan Ray Enriquez
  • Christine Mari Collado
  • Czerr Eljohn Cruz
  • Gia Coleen Briones
  • Janina Kae Aurelio
  • Mark Jonathan Abut
  • Maruh Michelle Bernardo
  • Michelangelo Dayag
  • Michelle Monelle Quilatan
  • Myca Patricia Salonga
  • Noelyn Joyce Morales
  • Renz Vasquez
  • Ruziel Larmae Gimpaya

Internals Committee

  • Amiel Marc Domingo
  • Cecilia Joy Sesante
  • Christine Zabanal
  • Fred Manipol
  • Guillermo Danipog III
  • Jerome Ocampo
  • Jezel Dyn Cruz
  • Justirini Rachel Gozum
  • Mark Gilbert Baltazar
  • Molave Nemesio Macapagal
  • Pauline Joy Baraquel
  • Remiel Joseph Batao
  • Severino Domingo Jr.

Membership Committee

  • Alen Kaye Fajura
  • Aron Ansay
  • Bryan Dexter Delmendo
  • Derrill Caparas
  • Don Menard Santos
  • Hercy Limbawan
  • Isabel dela Peña
  • Jan Reoven Sialana
  • Jonah Matthew Reyes
  • Jonathan Serrano
  • Katrina Pantilla
  • Kim Daryl Nocomora
  • Maria Angela Tan
  • Mark Spencer Ramos


For the past years, the organization has successfully sponsored its own “first-of-its-kind” annual events. To mention a few:

  • Alay sa Inhinyero – a yearly recognition night for the outstanding faculty in the college, who have showcased excellence and passion in their chosen fields, considering their teaching effectiveness, research experiences, and service contributions to the college;
  • Engineering Symposium - aims to promote the different fields of engineering to high school students and the career paths that could branch out from these to encourage them to pursue one;
  • Acoustic Jameng’g – first held in August 2001, is a college-wide acoustic band competition coupled with a concert, featuring recognized and distinguished bands and celebrities in and out of the campus; and
  • Eng’g Soccer – a soccer tournament presented with a twist and held in support of the Engineering Week handled by the Engineering Student Council.

Through these innovative events, the UP Engineering Society has lived up to its name and motto. Building bridges and breaking barriers – this had been the vision of the founders of the organization, and this will remain to be the ultimate goal of the members of the same organization.


Notable Alumni

  • Darlene Loraine Que, 2012 Gawad Chanselor Para Sa Natatanging Mag-aaral awardee
  • Adrian Adriano, Moonleaf Tea Shop owner

In the long line of UP faculty members and administrative staff, several of them were resident members of the organization.

  • Prof. Carl Michael Odulio (EEEI), former Associate Dean for Student Affairs
  • Engr. Jaime Angelo Victor (ICE)
  • John Carlo Garcia (DME)
  • Engr. John Martin Recio (DME)
  • Engr. Maria Claribelle Ogerio (DChE)
  • Engr. Miguel Roel Estepa (DME)
  • Engr. Reinol Josef Compañero (DMMME)
  • Engr. Vanessa dela Cruz-Florentino (DGE)


See Also