UEA dean closes ties with US universities

UEA dean closes ties with US universities

UEA Rector Prof. Doctor. Andre Zogahib, Director of Innovation Agency Prof. Doctor. Antonio Mesquita to meet John Quelch, dean of the University of Miami.

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The Superior Management of the University of Amazonas (UEA) is in talks with managers of international institutions to establish new partnerships with the aim of continuing the development of the University to provide students with better teaching and research and greater possibilities for profit. Can you

UEA Rector Prof. Doctor. Andre Zogahib, Director of Innovation Agency Prof. Doctor. Antonio Mesquita to meet John Quelch, dean of the University of Miami.

After the meeting, Zogahib said that, in the future, exchange of students of UEA may be made possible, who wish to enhance their knowledge in the areas of Biotechnology, Sustainable Business, Startups, etc. Currently, the UEA has 33 national and international agreements with 16 countries.

Dean Andre Zogahib and John Quelch, Director of the UEA Innovation Agency, with Professor Antonio Mesquita
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“It is possible that bilateral agreements will be signed, where students from the UEA and American universities will do internships in the USA and Brazil respectively during the vacation period”, informed the dean, assessing that it is very important that students generally And, more specifically, from the UEA, learn how startup acceleration is done from a North American perspective.

“They can take as an example what has been done in Silicon Valley for many years, and which is now being done in Miami as well,” Jogahib said. According to him, Palo Alto is one of the most famous cities in Silicon Valley, where big companies like Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Dell, Intel and Sony are located. “There are also HP and Xerox, two of the first companies to achieve success and visibility in the technology world.”

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According to Dean, the trip to the United States also serves to establish liaison with College Endeavor and other universities. “We spoke to the management of Babson University, which is based in Chicago and has an office in Miami. We are making great progress in several agreements”, he said.

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

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