The 2016 – Present
Macrina A. Morados is an Assistant Professor 6 and Dean of the Institute of Islamic Studies, University of the Philippines, Diliman. Also a Faculty Affiliate of the UP Center for International Studies since 2015. She is also a Convenor of the UP Center for Integrative and Development Studies – Islamic Studies Program (UPCIDS-ISP). She was appointed member of the Transitional Justice and Reconciliation Commission (TJRC) for the Historical Injustice Study Group (2015). Her field of expertise and research interests include: Muslim Personal and Family Relations Law, Shari’ah Court in the Philippines (PD 1083), Muslim Women and Children’s Rights in Islam, Interfaith Relations, Theocentrism and Pluralism, History of the Muslims in the Philippines. She is currently finishing a research on Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism among High Profile Muslim Inmates in the Philippines. In 2008, she was recipient of a Cultural Exchange Program (Interfaith Program) granted by the US Department of State and Purdue University. She was Shari’ah Bar Examiner in 2008 and 2013 for the subjects in Islamic Inheritance Law and Persons and Family Relations, respectively. Last March 6, 2019, she received confirmation of Juris Doctor Degree from the Mindanao State University – College of Law, Marawi Campus, retroactive to the year she obtained her Bachelor of Laws in 2001. At present, she is pursuing her Doctoral Studies in Philippine Studies at the University of the Philippines Tri-College Program.