It was on the afternoon of September I had finally settled into my hotel room, a short walking distance from the Empire State Building. Opening up to an advertisement in Time Out magazine, I noticed a full-page spread by the Ministry of Culture and a talent agency labeled Montenegro e Raman announcing the presence of Brazilian Musical Icon, Bibi Ferreira, on the evening of September 20 and 23, at 8 p.
Eunice is a graduate student at the University of Cincinnati studying Pharmaceutical Sciences with a specialization in Cosmetic Science. The entrepreneur legend-in-training has been featured on Essence. She is an enthusiastic science writer, and loves to engage students in the process of writing and publishing.
Luis is a regular science and health contributor to the Spanish newspaper El Mundo and the popular website Naukas.
As a speaker and coach, Luis evangelizes on the key role of communication in the present and future development of science and scientific culture in the Spanish-speaking world.
He has focused on covering Latin American science stories, especially those that have certain social impact.
His work has been published in Science, SciDev. Net, and QUO magazine Mexico. He also co-founded Historias Cienciacionales, a nonprofit organization dedicated to communicating science to Spanish-speaking audiences, and has produced science podcasts for the Mexican Radio Institute.
She writes about Asian, Asian American, Pacific Islander, race, diversity, civil rights, and cultural issues; and, she is interested in looking more at the intersection between science and culture so as to better write about some of the most pressing issues facing Asia and the Pacific and the most precariously-perched communities there.
She was previously the arts and culture contributing editor of IMDiversity. She has published three chapbooks of prose poetry, been included in several anthologies and art exhibitions, and created a multimedia artwork for a Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center Indian American Heritage Project.
She has a weakness for a well-crafted argument and a lyrical turn of phrase.The following table lists chronologically Ph.D.
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Degrees in Spanish & Portuguese conferred from to date (** after title indicates that a copy is on file in the Departmental Library, Dwinelle). This is a list of Brazilians, people in some way notable that were either born in Brazil or immigrants to Brazil (citizens or permanent residents), grouped by their area of notability.
This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness.
João Ubaldo Ribeiro (January 23, – July 18, ) was a Brazilian writer, journalist, screenwriter and professor. Several of his books and short stories have . Maria Pontes Ferreira The demand for new medicinal health products encourages an evidence-based evaluation of many wild plants used in traditional ethnomedicine.
Ribeiro Nogueira, Rita Maria; Galvao de Araujo, Joselio Maria; Goncalves Schatzmayr, Hermann "Revista Panamericana de Salud Publica" Ribeiro Salomon Zaban, Ana Lucia; Carvalho Garbi Novaes, Maria Rita "Investigacion Clinica".
Maria Pontes Ferreira Maria Pontes Ferreira, PhD, RD is an assistant professor at Wayne State University in the Department of Nutrition and Food Science. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science at UMass, Amherst.
Her Master of Science degree in Exercise & Sport Nutrition is from TWU, Denton.