The Forum Fulbright Portugal is an annual event which goals are to share ideas, foster debate and facilitate contact between Fulbrighters. Focusing on a central topic, current grantees and alumni will gather to offer their views and their experience as a result of the projects developed under the aegis of the Fulbright Program.

This year, the framing topic of the Forum will be Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Cultural diversity is a driving force of development, not only with respect to economic growth, but also as a means of leading a more fulfilling intellectual, emotional, and social life – How do Fulbright experiences impact work and life goals?

The event will take place virtually on May 20th at 2pm WEST, and is open to everyone!

Join us by following this link:
https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qcO6oqjgvH9KHnn9j20zvj5_20rF0Irwg

Speakers:

Ana Rita Matos – «Life in Boston: a place to engage with the world»

Brenda Lopez Silva – «Teaching XR technology as a Fulbright Fellow in Portugal»

Cláudia Costa – «Between Pitt and Portugal – Bold enough to be yourself»

David Gordon – «Can Portuguese museums encourage cultural diversity?»

Elba Serrano – «Lipids, Plants, and the Brain: Collaborative Science for Food and Health.», Elba Serrano (NMSU) & Rosario Domingues (UAveiro)

Fábio Costa – «Laissez les bons temps rouler: my Fulbright experience in the deep south of the United States»

Ivete Santos – «Between the personal and professional experience of a migration studies scientist»

Inês Gregório – «Traces of the Portuguese Identity in Rhode Island, USA»

Jessica da Silva – «An enriching and empowering experience that broadened my horizons»

Joaquim Braga – «A Fulbright Experience under a Pandemic Context»

José Almeida – «Louisiana’s chemistry and music»

Kyle Thomson – «Lisbon: locus mundi»

Sarah Philo – «How my Fulbright experience prepared me for a career in public health»

 

You can download the Program and updated speakers’ bios on the right side of this page.

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