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“It's the leg everyone dreams about,” said Mark Towill, a Hawaiian who sailed with Enright at Brown University. “There is so much to look forward to and we have a big challenge ahead, but our team is ready for it.” After the Brazilian stopover, the fleet departs for Narragansett Bay, the only North American ...

Businesswoman Patricia Santos made it her mission to bring the issue to the attention of major players. "We live in a country where black and mixed race people are 54% of the population, but only 35% of university graduates. If you look at Brazil's top 500 companies, black workers are 50% of apprentices, ...
And with two degrees from one of Brazil's most elite universities and over a decade of experience in politics, she was an undeniably powerful charismatic force in the growing movement to confront the epidemic of violence perpetrated or perpetuated by the state. Last year, Rio saw only slightly fewer killings ...
UGA alone has 17 schools and colleges where faculty run their own study-abroad programs and maintain various cross-border partnerships. ... But Brazil also made a strong showing when the university compiled its institutional partnerships into one comprehensive global map for its Global Gateway site.
In Brazil, high knowledge of tuberculosis has a surprising negative relationship to stigma: Brazilians who are more knowledgeable are more likely to stigmatize ... Vanderbilt University's Latin American Public Opinion Project is the premier academic institution carrying out surveys of public opinion in the ...
The British Council has announced the list of grantees under its Brazil-UK university partnership program. ... “[Brazilian] universities need to present internationalisation plans as a project to leverage resources,” Diana Daste, British Council Brazil senior manager of higher education and the Newton Fund, ...
Her dominant win and her subsequent follow through on her promises gave hope to many Brazilians who longed for representation and had grown tired of Brazil's corrupt and ... A free college-prep course led to her matriculation at one of Brazil's elite universities, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro.


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