PSME elects UV alumnus as 1st Cebuano VP-Visayas
The Philippine Society of Mechanical Engineers (PSME) will have its first national vice president for the Visayas by next year.
Engineer Gregorio Senining was elected to the position by the 2019 PSME 15-Man National Board during the 66th National Convention at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City.
Born in Bancal, Poblacion, San Remigio, Cebu on November 17, 1955, Senining, a professional mechanical engineer, finished his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with honors at the University of the Visayas (UV) in 1978.
He also finished his Master of Science in Engineering Management at UV and Bachelor of Laws at the Gullas Law School in 1987.
Senining has served PSME for 40 years.
He was the PSME national parliamentarian for 15 years being an accredited seminar-lecturer on the Rules of Parliamentary Procedure and the Republic Act 8495, otherwise known as the Mechanical Engineering Law by the Professional Regulation Commission.
In 1978 to 1981, Senining served as professor of the UV College of Engineering, and in 1978 to 1982 as professor of the Review Center of the UV College of Engineering.
In 1984 up to present, he is the managing director of Greg S. Senining & Associates.
He is presently the chief anchorman of “Tingog Sa Lungsod Program,” which is aired on simulcast over DYCM, 1152 KHz., Metro Cebu; over DYCM, 100.5 MHz., Bogo City; DYCM, 99.0 MHz., Madridejos, Bantayan Island.
He received the Outstanding Mechanical Engineer (TOME) Award in the field of Service to Community and Country for the year 1987, Most Outstanding Member, Visayas Region for the year 1989, PSME Fellow Awardee in 2010; KBP Leadership Award in 1996; and Outstanding Alumni, UV College of Engineering in 2005, among other awards.
He was president of PSME Cebu Chapter in 1991; national executive vice president, PSME National in 2001; national vice president for internal affairs in 2000; national director in 1999; president, Cebu Association of Media Practitioners, Inc. in 19851986; president, Sugboanong Komentaristang Nagpakabana (SUKNA), Inc. in 2005, and other civic organizations.
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