Connecting people and knowledge: Dialogs on Brazil | 8/11/2016 Imprimir E-mail
Notícias - Eventos

According to CAPES policy regarding  “internacionalização em casa” , professors Alessandro de Oliveira dos Santos (PST), Pablo Castanho (PSC) and Danilo Silva Guimarães (PSE) have been offering the “Connecting people and knowledge: Dialogs on Brazil” discipline series in collaboration with our partner institutions The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. This time we will receive professor Robert Cleve, professor Lord Giddie and nine of his master and PhD students from the TCSPP. The discipline explores issues related to International Psychology with a focus on Brazil and it is designed to  foster interactions among our graduate students and the visiting students.

This semester it will be offered as “PST5902: Connecting People and Knowledge: Dialogues on Brazil II”. In spite of the number “II” , the disciplines of the series are conceived as independent from each other, so, any student is encouraged to join in , independently of previous attendance. It is a single day discipline, which will be held next week, on the 8th of November from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm at our Institute.  Please, note you should be available during  lunch time, as students are expected to spend it together ( because  we see it as a valuable moment for connecting). The discipline also aims at offering an opportunity to our students to get acquainted with an international academic environment and train their skills in communicating in such environment. That is why the discipline is  taught in English, and students are expected to do their best to express themselves in this language. Students should know there is no translation planned. At the same time, we encourage students who do not feel confident to interact academically in English to take part in the discipline and develop the required skills. We hope to promote a welcoming and containing environment that can help our students dare to present and publish internationally in the future.

 


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