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UEA Dean closes relationship with US universities

UEA Dean closes relationship with US universities

Rector of the UEA, Professor. Dr. André Zogahib, Director of the Innovation Agency, traveled to the United States with a professor. Dr. Meet Antônio Mesquita, Dean of the University of Miami John Quelch.

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The top management of Amazonas State University (UEA) is in talks with managers of international organizations to establish new partnerships to provide better teaching and additional opportunities for research and benefits to students, with the goal of continuing the university’s growth.

Rector of the UEA, Professor. Dr. André Zogahib, Director of the Innovation Agency, traveled to the United States with a professor. Dr. Meet Antônio Mesquita, Dean of the University of Miami John Quelch.

After the meeting, Sokahib said that in the future, exchanges of UEA students seeking to enhance their knowledge in fields such as biotechnology, sustainable business and start-ups may be possible. Currently, the UEA has 33 national and international agreements in force with 16 countries.

Deans Andre Sokahib and John Quelch with Professor Antonio Mesquite, Director, UEA Innovation Agency
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“Bilateral agreements can be signed where UEA and US university students will do internships in the US and Brazil, respectively, during the holidays,” Dean said, noting that students are very important. Learn how initial acceleration is carried out in the North American perspective, in general and, in particular, from the UEA.

“They can take as an example what has been done in Silicon Valley over the years, and now it’s being carried out in Miami as well,” Shokahib said. According to Palo Alto, one of the most popular cities in Silicon Valley, where large companies such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Dell, Intel and Sony are located. “HP and Xerox are two of the first companies to be successful and visible in the tech world.”

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According to Dean, the trip to the United States facilitates college initiatives and contacts with other universities. “We talked to the administration of Babson University, which is based in Chicago and has an office in Miami. We are making a lot of progress on a number of agreements,” he said.

Joachim also spoke with Professor Henry Canfield at Florida International University (FIU). He holds a PhD in Business Management from FIU and has over 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur and executive for global companies in various business sectors and markets.