Call for Papers

IMCC Journal of Science is now accepting high-quality article submissions for its December 2021 publication issue (Volume 1, Issue 2). 

Call for Papers

Greetings!

I am pleased to inform you that the IMCC Journal of Science is now accepting high-quality article submissions for its December 2021 publication issue (Volume 1, Issue 2). Unpublished thesis and/or dissertation, original research articles, short communications, technical notes, review articles, and perspectives across all disciplines are accepted.

For those interested, kindly submit your papers to the journal’s e-mail address (journal@imcc.edu.ph) and/or by clicking the ‘Make a Submission‘ button provided in this website. You are required to submit papers following the general and specific guidelines of the journal (See Author Guidelines). Papers will then go through a rigorous double-blind peer review. The editorial board will choose the best article based on the peer reviewers’ evaluation, technical excellence, scientific rigor, innovation, significance to the research community, impact, and clarity of submitted paper. This article will be featured in the cover page.

Thank you so much for your cooperation. I look forward to receiving submissions from you!

Journal Information: IMCC Journal of Science is an open-access and double-blind peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal published annually by the Iligan Medical Center College, Iligan City, Philippines. It accepts high-quality original research papers on pure and applied sciences, agriculture, fisheries, engineering and technology, environment, history, social science, business, management, education, information technology, and public management. All submitted papers must adhere to accepted ethical and scientific publishing standards.

Respectfully,

DR. HELEN S. TEJERO, Chief Editor

 

Current Issue

IMCC JOURNAL OF SCIENCE

Volume 1

June 2021


Preliminaries


Articles

1. Empowering Three High-Risk Communities of Iligan City, Philippines in the Creation of Barangay Disaster Risk-Sensitive Shelter Plans

Helen Tejero, Jose Dennis Mancia, Esmeralda Padagas

1-19

2. Antibacterial Activity of Santan (Ixora coccinea) Leaf, Cacao (Theobroma cacao) Pod Husk and Betel Palm (Areca catechu) Seed Extracts Against Staphylococcus aureus 

Andrhea Lozada, Guenevere Damasin, Angelou Perez, Angelica Villasan, Alexis Tomboc, Angel Pescador, Regie Hubilla, Raven Gamo, H. Gelacio, Kry Nathalie France Tabid, Angelika Ysabelle Clapano, Jomila Buar, Julea Somera, Maika Garcia, Suzane Abayon, Geraldyn Cullo, Audra Leigh Galon, Jean Claude, Philippe Jackson, Karolyn Mae Jarrell, Sharina Melog, Angelu Shareen Okyo, Denny Rey Piscol, Jheri Mae Villanueva, Joseph Dave Pregoner

20-31

3. VUCA Approach to Adapting Presidents’ Leadership Styles in China’s Application-oriented Higher Education Institutions

Jun Liu, Mingming Chen 

32-45