The College of Public Administration and Disaster Management is pleased to announce the funding of its 6th and 7th research projects for the academic year 2021-2022. The research is titled “Access to Universal Health Care of Geographically Isolated and Disadvantaged Areas in the Province of Nueva Ecija, Philippines during Pandemic” funded by NRCP, another is “Measuring the Impact of Work-From-Home Scheme on Work-Life Balance of State Universities and Colleges’ (SUCs) Faculty in Nueva Ecija: A Comparative Analysis” also funded by NRCP. The studies all deal with public administration and are aimed at uplifting the quality of social services provided by the government to its citizens. Other researches are funded by agencies such as the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP), Department of Health (DOH), and Commission on Human Rights (CHR). Prof. Arneil G. Gabriel, the Program Chair, has been honing the faculty-researchers’ research prowess by engaging them in various funded and non-funded researches as the College lives up to its name as a research college. The complete list of the researches are shown below: