Dr. Campos is recognized for her contributions to cotton research in the Philippines leading to the development of a package of technology on cotton production achieved in relatively short period of three years. She is also noted for deep involvement in research on the sunflower, a very promising source of edible oil and livestock feed.
In recognition of her achievement, Dr. Campos received the following awards: PhilAAs Gregorio Y. Zara Scientists Award (1973), Ayala Award (1974) and as one of the Outstanding Filipino Scientists, Presidential Award for Public Service (1976) and Woman of the World Award (1983).
Birthdate: 30 March 1930
- B.S. Botany (Magna Cum Laude) - University of the Philippines Diliman 1951
- M.S. Plant Cytogenetics - University of Maryland, U.S.A. 1954
- Ph.D. Plant Genetics - University of Maryland, U.S.A. 1958
- Plant Genetics and Breeding
- Agricultural Research Management Systems
- Farming Systems
- Environmental Concerns: Biodiveristy and Global Climate Change
Honors and Awards Received:
- 1947 - University Scholar - University of the Philippines
- 1951 - Magna Cum Laude - University of the Philippines
- 1953 - Fulbright Smith-Mundt Fellow U.S.A.
- 1957 - National Science Foundation Fellow U.S.A.
- 1973 - Awardee - G.Y Zara Scientist Award - Philippine Association for the Advancement of Science
- 1974 - Ayala Award Outanding Filipino Scientist
- 1976 - Awardee - Philippine Presidential Golden Plow Award for Public Service
- 1980 - Honorary Fellow Award - Crop Science Society of the Philippines
- 1983 - Awardee - Women of the World Award in Science and Technology - Italian Government
- 1987 - Academician - National Academy of Science and Technology