On Saturday, February 17, the Faculty of Human Sciences will be holding its first Alumni Day at 10 a.m. in Auditorium 1 on the campus of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa. On this day, we want to celebrate the achievements of our former students and create an opportunity for them to make new connections and see old friends and colleagues.
During the event, there will be a panel with five former students, each of whom will share their journey after graduating from FCH. This will be followed by the talk "Will it be as bad as it looks?" by David Dinis on some of the main challenges and threats to our society and way of life, focusing on what the next few years hold for Portugal (and the world), given the political crisis we are going through. To round off the morning, there will also be a networking lunch.
Maria João Costa
Culture editor at Rádio Renascença, author of the program Ensaio Geral for 15 years and of the award-winning podcast Avenida da Liberdade on the 50th anniversary of April 25th. She graduated in Communication and Cultural Sciences from FCH-UCP in 1997.
Graduated in Social Work from FCH-UCP in 2007, with which she has collaborated to this day as an internship supervisor, and also taking part in classes and other initiatives. She is currently president of the board of the Maria Droste Foundation.
26, she is curious, focused and has an easy laugh. Passionate about the creative world and human-centered approaches to solving, improving and innovating in various challenges. She is currently a Strategic Designer in Fidelidade's innovation department.
Chon Neng Cheung
Graduated in Applied Foreign Languages in the Translation specialization, and currently studying for a Master's degree in Translation at FCH-UCP, (Charles) Chon Neng Cheung is originally from Macau and currently works as an in-house and freelance translator/interpreter in Lisbon.
Graduated in Psychology from FCH-UCP, he is co-founder of Humaned, a company that develops technological solutions applied to psychology. Unequivocally driven by challenge and impact, he is currently a Human Resources intern at Amazon in Luxembourg.
David Dinis is deputy editor of Expresso, after having directed Público, TSF and Observador - of which he was the founder. He is a commentator for SIC-Notícias. He has been an editor and journalist for several other newspapers and was press assistant to Prime Minister Durão Barroso.
Register by 12 pm on February 12th.
Note: The event will be entirely in Portuguese.
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