Goals & Objectives
- To promote an atmosphere conducive to and provide opportunities for research led by the Graduate School – Master of Arts in Cultural Heritage Studies program;
- To conduct exchanges in research and collaboration in projects among the professions responsible for the care of the cultural heritage and related activities in the tropics;
- To render services by providing consultation, training, technical assistance to institutions, cultural heritage workers and students;
- To disseminate information and promote deeper understanding of conservation and care of cultural property and environment in the tropics through the conduct of conferences, seminars, training and publication.
The core of the center’s services includes consultancy, researches, trainings, workshops and publication ensuring that cultural heritage, specifically in the tropics is taken care of. USTGS-CCCPET believes that in order to achieve such an enormous task, the Center needs to establish partnership with local, national and international organization in the cultural heritage sector.
The USTGS-CCCPET is one of the three extension office of the Graduate School which was officially inaugurated in the 4th day of September 2003 that serves as the organizing body to hold the flagship of the cultural heritage research concerns in the University.