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Newsletters Archive

Since 2006 PAPS has published a monthly newsletter with information about and for its members.

Lately this has been expanded to include feature stories about a range of subjects, from entrepreneurship to non-profit associations or where the Portuguese community is striving to make a positive mark in the world. Furthermore, the newsletter is complemented with information about career opportunities, awards and other events organized by PAPS.

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You can contribute to our newsletter by sending us an email to newsletter@papsonline.org

Our newsletter is out! Oct-Dec 2013
on Wednesday, 13/11/2013 —

Dear members,

The October-December edition of the PAPS Newsletter is out!

Download the October-December 2013 edition here. Also, don't forget to see, for the first time, our video newsletter - https://vimeo.com/78508312.

We hope you enjoy this issue, and we count on your help to make PAPS grow!

Best regards,

PAPS Executive Committee Team

 

Newsletter - January 2013
on Friday, 22/02/2013 — João Ricardo Santos

Dear PAPS members,

The January edition of the Portuguese-American Post-Graduate Society Newsletter is out!

This month, we have an interview with economist Gisela Rua where she talks about her academic training at the University of California, Berkeley and professional experience working at the Federal Reserve Board in Washington DC.

We also have a couple of articles contributed by members: one by PAPS Washington DC member Andreia Ribeiro where she discusses an alternative career path in the biopharmaceutical industry for those with PhD’s in engineering and sciences; and another by Leonardo Ferreira from the Boston Chapter on how to apply to an American PhD program.

We hope you enjoy reading this newsletter and we are eager to get suggestions and contributions from YOU, especially for the "Members' Dashboard" section. Just contact us at newsletter@papsonline.org

You can read the newsletter by clicking here: NEWSLETTER January 2013

 

Best regards,

PAPS team