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Newsletter - February 2012
on Tuesday, 13/03/2012 — Ricardo Vidal

Dear PAPS Newsletter subscriber,

Things are warming up. No, we're not talking about the early arrival of spring-like weather. It's the XIII PAPS Forum!The 2011-2012 PAPS Executive committee is proud to let you all know that we have just released the preliminary program to the upcoming XIII PAPS Forum that will take place at University of Toronto, Canada on April 14th and 15th.

Yes, in this edition of the PAPS Newsletter, we have included information about the Forum but there is plenty more interesting stories. This month we have our very own Vice-President, Silvia Santos from Stanford University giving us a tour of her travels through five different countries.We have the usual job board with plenty of interesting opportunities and we finish off this month's issue with a great spotlight focusing on Rita Reis' career path with special attention to her recent successful projects in Pittsburgh.

We hope you enjoy this edition of the PAPS newsletter and would like to let you know that we're preparing a special edition newsletter for next month, just before the PAPS Forum. It's going to be a trip...

Once again, please feel free to get in touch with us if you have any questions, suggestions, ideas, etc.Catch us via email at paps@papsonline.org or on Facebook and Twitter (links in the newsletter!)

Looking forward to seeing you in Toronto!

With our kindest regards,
2011-2012 PAPS Executive Committee

PS: Did we mention that registration for the Forum is open? Well, it is. http://www.papsonline.org/forum2012

PAPS Newsletter 64 - February 2012