About: Janice Antoniette Förster

Janice Antoniette Förster

Janice Antoniette V. Förster is an assistant professor at the College of Computer Studies in Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental. It is in this campus by the sea sprawling 610,000 square meters with giant acacia trees that she earned her degree in BS Business Computer Applications and Master in Business Administration. Never stopping to learn some more, she further went to earn her Diploma in Computer Science from the University of the Philippines Open University and is currently a candidate for the degree in Master in Information Technology from the University of San Jose Recoletos – Cebu.

In her many years of teaching, she had already authored a number of research works, talked in local and international conferences, facilitated in many different computer-related trainings and had made computer applications and programs on the side – including, but not limited to being a computer programmer and consultant in a bank and designing a computerized system for a pharmacy. All of these made her assume leadership in a group, built her confidence and self-esteem and made her learn how to break down social and cultural barriers. For her, the most fulfilling part of these is having developed her pleasure of sharing, inspiring, motivating and helping people to discover themselves and provide assistance.

Coming from a family of business-minded people, she never needed her degree in business administration for business opportunities to come naturally. She approaches any source of income without hesitation and finds joy in knowing her capabilities more than its financial rewards. She has tried marketing goods, networking schemes, and graphics designing. But among all these and perhaps dictated by her passion in teaching is her equal passion of being a freelance writer.

At the end of the day back in her home, she transforms into a wife and mother of two kids who enjoys cooking, music, biking, reading, doing photography, travelling and nature.

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Articles by Janice Antoniette Förster

So You Think You’re Not Sexy? Find Out Why Others Beg To Differ.

I have come across various types of people. Most people I know, especially in the adolescent age to their late thirties, are very particular about their body size. But when it comes to size preferences, do men really generally like thin women? Do you really have to adhere to what society considers beautiful in order to remain attractive to a man? Do men really have to look muscular in order to ensure that women would give them a second look? Let’s incorporate psychology and observation and try to look at it in a more realistic perspective.

Views Of Abortion – A Simplified Understanding To An Unending Debate

To say that abortion is a controversial subject is an understatement. From the regular citizen up to a governing body’s higher echelons, the issue of abortion has either made or broken careers and lives.

Microwave Oven Use Is Scientifically Proven To Be Safe Contrary To Scare Stories

They may be the greatest time saver in the kitchen, but all through the years microwaves have often been in the middle of a “safe or unsafe” controversy. There are people who do not believe that the only difference between this appliance and other forms of conventional cooking is speed – and these unsettling things they say against microwave can easily go from bad to worse. So is your microwave killing you, or is this just propaganda?

Ready to Saddle Up?

Each year, hundreds of bike accidents happen and a number of people are killed or injured as a result. You can greatly reduce the chance of injury by following and knowing a few simple things.

Uncommon Uses of Common Household Items

What are the two most common things we see in the kitchen? The answer would be salt and vinegar – and this is true regardless of financial status, race, culture and creed. Did you know that you can save a lot of money AND do your part for the environment with these 2 common ingredients? Find out how now.

Live and Let Die

The ‘Right To Die’ debate is not new. Many people argue that when the patient has a terminal illness and the pain is agonizing, ending his life terminates the suffering, soothes the situation and saves medical resources. Should we allow it or not?

Do Violent Video Games Make People Violent?

Video games have been in existence for many decades. Growing concerns about their negative influence are high. Are they directly linked to youth violence or not?

Popping The Bubble On The Mozart Effect

You believed it for years – or at least the media made you believe it was true. You doubted your genes and turned to Mozart for your child’s brain power. You weren’t alone. It was everywhere. Some government programs even distributed CDs for pregnant women. But why Mozart? Why not Britney Spears, Michael Jackson or .. perhaps Yanni? What was this based on? Is this real or just a hype? Here is how I bust the myth.