Dr. Malunhao cited a 100 percent passing of the examinees for this year
making CMU No. 1 in the Philippines, at least for this year, based on passing
Dr. Malunhao cited more developments in CMU with this report.
He said the CMU administration would offer livelihood projects and approach the impending land disputes contesting portions of its at least 3,000-hectare territory by dialogue.
He has vowed to push for change in the controversial university after replacing the late president Mardonio S. Lao, who died of illness in the heels of a court battle of land issues and his hold to the presidency.