Sílvia Maria Fernandes da Silva: new PhD

Sílvia Maria Fernandes da Silva’s Ph.D. defense was held on September 4th, at 2:00 pm in the Institute of Social Sciences.

The thesis, supervised by Emília Araújo, a CECS researcher, is entitled “Understanding the impact of (in) science from researchers”.

The jury presided over by Helena Sousa was consisted by:

– Helena Cristina Ferreira Machado, Professor of the Department of Sociology of the  Institute of Social Sciences, University of Minho;

– Ana Paula Pereira Marques, Associate Professor with Aggregation of the Department of Sociology of the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Minho;

– Sofia Isabel Coelho Bento, Associate Professor of the Department of Social Sciences of the Higher Institute of Economics and Management, University of Lisbon;

– Emília Rodrigues Araújo, Assistant Professor of the Department of Sociology of the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Minho;

– Pedro Miguel Rito Alves Videira, Ph.D. in Sociology and Research Fellow at the Center for Research on Higher Education Policies, University of Porto.

The new Ph.D obtained the highest rating of this institution: very good with unanimity.