[ENG] Bath Spa and Messina are New UFPel Partners

In October 2018, the President of UFPel signed two new cooperation agreements with foreign educational institutions. UFPel new partners are the Bath Spa University, in the UK, and the University of Messina, in Italy. Both agreements seek to promote the academic mobility of students and faculty members between the participating universities, as well as increase…

[ENG] UFPel Hosts International Symposium on Music and Criticism

Last October 22, the second edition of the International Symposium on Music and Criticism took place at UFPel, with the theme “The musical criticism of journalists in Brazil and Argentina.” In addition to paper presentations, Vera Wolkowicz (University of London) will participate via video conference for the opening ceremony. Silvia Glocer (University of Buenos Aires),…

[ENG] A Graduation Ceremony 50 Years Later

Half a century after completing their undergraduate program, the graduates of the Eliseu Maciel Agronomy School of UFPel (FAEM) held their graduation ceremony last Thursday (18), prevented from happening at the time due to a controversy involving some homage paid to former Brazilian president Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira, the JK. The event brought together about…

[ENG] UFPel Supports the ‘Congreso de Historia y de la Carne y sus Derivados de Mataderos’, in Argentina.

UFPel was one of the institutions supporting the V Congreso de Historia y de la Carne y sus Derivados de Mataderos held last October, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. During the event, UFPel Science and Technology librarian Ubirajara Cruz, whose dissertation thesis dealt with “Frigorífico Anglo Pelotas“, presented the work “Slaughterhouse Anglo – Pelotas: photography, memory…

[ENG] UFPel PhD Student in Animal Science is Awarded in US Event

In October, the city of Laramie, Wyoming (USA), held the “2018 High Plains Nutrition and Managing Round table”, an event dealing with the optimizing of herd productivity. In addition to the round table, the event program offered an award  for the graduate students presenting  research works related to nutrition and management of beef cattle. The…

[ENG] English Students Take Summer School at UFPel

Last September, UFPel offered its first Summer School Program to four students and two professors from Bath Spa University, England.  Music and Culture students Alice Brooks, Joshua Decordova, Savannah Rae Squair and Adam Biggs, along with their professors Matthew Spring and Adam Biggs, spent three weeks at UFPel following an intense agenda especially tailored and…

[ENG] FAUrb Partners India to Research on Population Aging

Researchers from our School of Architecture and Urbanism (FAUrb) bound to the International Project on Global Aging have recently been to India (city of Tirupati) visiting Sri Venkateswara University. Professors Adriana Portella, Eduardo Rocha, Celina Britto Correa, researcher Anelize Cardoso (from UFPel) and professor Isolda Gunther (University of Brasília) represented Brazil in this mission. Both…

[ENG] 11th edition of the International Seminar on Higher Education

UFPel hosted the 11th edition of the International Seminar on Higher Education, which addressed the theme of university pedagogical practices in face of emerging scenarios. The event brought together both national and international institutions and was attended by Argentine speakers. The meeting also intended to discuss which impacts can be observed in pedagogical practices, which…

[ENG] Spanish and Italian Professors Give Seminar at UFPel

Last August, the Graduate Program in Sociology and Political Science of the Federal University of Pelotas held the seminar Discussing Modernity Today: Discourses, Inequalities and Emotions. Professors Juan Antonio Roche Cárcel and Maria del Carmen Marimón Llorca from the University of Alicante addressed current modernity issues such as the ideological discourse of language, love and…

[ENG] UFPel is Selected as a Recipient for CAPES Internationalization Program

The Federal University of Pelotas was one of the 25 Brazilian universities awarded by Capes Call “Institutional Projects for Internationalization” (PrInt). Designed to develop and implement the internationalization of the areas of knowledge chosen by the selected institutions, PrInt seeks to stimulate the formation of international research networks. The University will receive a funding of…