Sandbox

Sandbox

Sandbox

Sandbox

Resident


The Sandbox Residency provide groups with a grant, workspace, and programmed activities to pursue transdisciplinary projects.

Co-Lab


Sandbox Co-Lab provides a co-working space and additional support to interdisciplinary groups with externally funded projects tackling urgent social and environmental issues.

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Resident

Omehen: The Garden as Chronicle and Strategy of Resistance

Project Lead Alfred Marasigan

Department of Fine Arts, Loyola Schools

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We come together looking for experimental approaches to indigenous knowledge production involving art, nationhood, and social responsibility.

Resident

Of Mournings and the After

Project Lead Ma. Lourdes Veneracion-Rallonza, PhD

Department of Political Science, Loyola Schools

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The members consist of peace, human rights, and gender advocates who share the same passion for transitional justice in the Philippines.

Resident

Single-Use Plastics: Possibilities for Stakeholder Engagement (SUPPOSE)

Project Lead Ma. Assunta C. Cuyegkeng, PhD

Ateneo Institute of Sustainability

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We hope to design and implement sustainability solutions that address the problem of single-use plastics in quick-service restaurants (QSRs) in the area and for food deliveries in ADMU.

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Hearing Aid

Project Lead Abigail Marie T. Favis

Department of Environmental Science, Loyola Schools

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We represent different but related disciplines – environmental science, biology, communication, and human geography.

Co-Lab

USAID RenewHealth: Expanding Access to Community-based Drug Rehabilitation

Project Lead Ma. Regina M. Hechanova, PhD

Department of Psychology, Loyola Schools

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Our goal is to help persons who use drugs (PWUDs), people in recovery, and their families obtain access to informal care, self-help or community-based rehabilitation and recovery support to reduce or prevent drug dependence.

Co-Lab

Coastal Cities at Risk

Project Lead Emma E. Porio, PhD

Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Loyola Schools

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CCARPH aims to produce inter-/transdisciplinary resilience research, science-informed, and gender-sensitive resilience plans, resilience action leaders, and public-private partnerships for resilience.

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Math, Art, Culture and Creativity (MACC)

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The MACC laboratory primarily features projects involving the applications and connections of mathematics in art, design or culture.

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