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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.

If you are not a member but would like to subscribe to our newsletter follow this link: Subscribe

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

Newsletter - July 2011
on Monday, 08/08/2011 — Ricardo Vidal

Dear PAPS newsletter subscriber,

Our July Newsletter is ready and out the door. In this month’s edition you’ll read about Inês Pereira’s career path and recent graduation (congratulations!!) in our “Who is PAPS?” segment. You will also notice a new section we’re calling “PAPS Spotlight” where we will be showcasing exemplary work and achievements performed by PAPS members. As usual, you’ll find some short news articles, conferences mentions and also the latest list of job offerings.

If you’d like to participate in any of the sections of our monthly newsletter, feel free to contact us at newsletter@papsonline.org

We hope you are all enjoying a pleasant summer.

Cheers,
2011-2012 PAPS Executive Committee

Newsletter 57 - July 2011

Newsletter - June 2011
on Friday, 15/07/2011 — Ricardo Vidal

 

Dear PAPS newsletter subscriber,
 
The last couple of months have been quite busy and this newsletter has fallen a bit behind schedule. We apologize for the delay. Traveling, qualifying exams, PhD defenses and other things got in our way, but we've regrouped and the good news is that things should be back on track as of next month's edition.
 
In this edition of the PAPS newsletter, you'll learn about Pedro Beltrão's career path so far, get to know about some great initiatives in Portugal such as the “Ciencia Portugal” movement and Beta-Start, and see some of your colleagues graduation photos too!
 
We hope you enjoy this issue of our newsletter. We'll be back in a couple weeks!
 
Cheers,
2011-2012 PAPS Executive Committee