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Consulta as principais notícias do Ensino Superior

17 de Março de 2019.

Karl der Große

Karl der Große – Carolus Magnus/Charlemagne. Born into the second ruler house of what is nowadays known as France, Charlemagne has proclaimed the French king in 768. His importance as a German monarch began with the Saxon Wars (772-804) when he invaded Saxony with the intent to conquer, a goal he finally reached after 32 years of brutal and bloody battles. One of his main motivations was to get present-day Germany to unify Europe under the Christian cross, which is why he was and always will be known as the Father of Europe. The height of his power was in the year 800 when he was proclaimed Emperor by Pope Leo II. His crowning turned him into “Augustus Imperator Renovatio […]
15 de Março de 2019.

11.ª edição do rs4e

Curso Intensivo em Empreendedorismo e Inovação Empresarial. Pelo décimo primeiro ano consecutivo, a Startup Madeira, em conjunto com a Vice-presidência do Governo Regional, irá promover o Curso Intensivo em Empreendedorismo e Inovação Empresarial. Esta iniciativa está inserida no âmbito do projeto rs4e e tem a duração de 3 dias (15 a 17 de abril de 2019), na Estalagem do Mar, São Vicente. Este curso destina-se a alunos que estejam a frequentar Universidades e Institutos Politécnicos, em qualquer área de formação e nível de ensino (Licenciaturas, Pós-graduações, Mestrados ou Doutoramentos) e a inscrição poderá ser feita até 28 de março. A participação no curso não implica qualquer pagamento por parte dos participantes, pois este curso faz parte de um programa cofinanciado […]
15 de Março de 2019.

The short king of Poland

A small man who was a great king. In XIV century Poland had a king of Piast dynasty, who was famous because of his height. Wladyslaw became the King at the age of 52 years old and his way to achieve this position wasn’t easy. He was the middle son of Kazimierz I Kujawski, his two older brothers were almost adults when he was born. However, they were actually only half-brothers, because his father was married twice before he married the mother of Wladyslaw, Eufrozyna. A legend says that Eufrozyna tried to poison the older sons of Kazimierz I, so Wladyslaw who was still a baby at that time would inherit some lands after his father. The trap of Eufrozyna […]
13 de Março de 2019.

Livro Verde do Ensino Superior

Federação Académica de Lisboa publicou “Livro Verde” no qual avalia problemas vividos pelos estudantes do ensino superior. Quase metade das instituições de ensino superior continuam a ter edifícios não adaptados para alunos com Necessidades Educativas Especiais, alertou esta segunda-feira a Federação Académica de Lisboa (FAL) defendendo a urgência em corrigir estes casos potenciadores de exclusão social. Depois de há um ano ter apresentado o “Livro Negro do Ensino Superior”, a FAL lançou esta segunda-feira o “Livro Verde”, no qual faz uma avaliação dos problemas vividos pelos estudantes do ensino superior, dedicando um capítulo aos alunos com Necessidades Educativas Especiais (NEE). Ali estão descritas as principais dificuldades com que se deparam diariamente os estudantes com NEE, com destaque para a falta […]
13 de Março de 2019.

Independence of Finland

Independence Day was first celebrated in 1917. During the interregnum from the fall of Nicholas II to the end of the Finnish Civil War in 1918, sovereignty in Finland was exercised by the Finnish Parliament. And until the October Revolution and the declaration of independence by the Russian interim government which happened after the civil war, regents were appointed by the parliament and a new king was to be elected. The nation of Finland has never been an independent sovereign monarchy. No attempt to establish a fully-fledged Finnish monarchy has been successful. When it finally became established as a modern independent nation state it was, despite a very brief flirtation with a monarchy, in the form of a republic. And […]
12 de Março de 2019.

Patentes a custo zero

Empresas apenas pagarão royalties a partir de meio milhão de euros de facturação anual. Presidente da instituição defende que o actual modelo desperdiça recursos públicos. Entre patentes, modelos e desenhos com propriedade industrial, o Instituto Politécnico de Leiria (IPL) tem 228 registos activos (11 deles internacionais) de invenções suas protegidas. Destes, apenas dois estão a ser explorados por empresas. Para mudar esse panorama, o presidente da instituição, Rui Pedrosa, quer mudar as regras de licenciamento e disponibilizá-lo a custo zero. “Salvo raríssimas excepções, a propriedade industrial serve para enriquecer o currículo da instituição e dos investigadores, mas não está ao serviço do benefício económico”, considera o presidente do IPL. E isto acontece, diz, porque as instituições de ensino superior “não estão preparadas para […]
11 de Março de 2019.

Docentes e investigadores

Revisão dos estatutos das carreiras docente e de investigação vai ser defendida na segunda sessão da Convenção do Ensino Superior, que se realiza na próxima semana Os professores do ensino superior devem ter mais horas de serviço para dedicar à investigação, defendem os reitores. Ao mesmo tempo, os investigadores também deviam passar mais tempo nas salas de aulas. Para isso, será necessário rever os estatutos das carreiras de docente e de investigação. Os responsáveis das universidades públicas vão apresentar uma proposta nesse sentido, na próxima semana, durante a segunda sessão da Convenção do Ensino Superior. O actual estatuto da carreira docente universitária, cuja última revisão foi feita em 2010, estabelece que um professor deverá dar entre seis a oito horas […]
11 de Março de 2019.

Blanca I of Navarre

The third daughter of King Carlos III and Leonor de Trastámara Blanca I of Navarre (Pamplona, 1385- Segovia, 1441), belonging to the dynasty of Évreux, was queen consort of Sicily between 1401-1409, and queen of Navarre from 1425 until her death. She was the third daughter of King Carlos III of Navarre, nicknamed “the Noble” and his wife Leonor de Trastámara. In 1402 her marriage was arranged with Martin the Younger, King of Sicily and heir of the Crown of Aragon. In 1408, Blanca is named regent of the kingdom of Sicily, when her husband leaves on a military expedition to the kingdom of Sardinia, from where he will never return since he died in Cagliari in 1409. The death of […]
8 de Março de 2019.

Caminhada espacial 100% feminina

O feito acontece 35 anos depois de uma mulher ter realizado uma caminhada espacial pela primeira vez. Pela primeira vez na história da exploração especial, uma dupla de mulheres astronautas da NASA vai realizar uma caminhada espacial a partir da Estação Espacial Internacional, confirmou a agência norte-americana. O feito acontece 35 anos depois de uma mulher ter feito uma caminhada no espaço pela primeira vez — a cosmonauta soviética Svetlana Savitskaya, em Julho de 1984. No âmbito da Expedição 59, as astronautas da NASA Anne McClain e Christina Koch vão realizar a caminhada a 29 de Março. A partir do solo, a acompanhar a expedição, estará Kristen Facciol, controladora de voos da Agência Espacial Canadiana (que coopera com a NASA), que estará aos […]
8 de Março de 2019.

Prince Hans Adam II

Prince Hans Adam II. von und zu Liechtenstein. In Liechtenstein, we still have the monarchy, therefore I would like to introduce our Prince Hans Adam II. von und zu Liechtenstein. Prince Hans Adam II. von und zu Liechtenstein is currently the head and leader of the Liechtensteinian monarchy. He is currently 73 years old and was born on the 14th of February in 1945. He is the son of Franz Joseph II, Prince of Liechtenstein (1906–1989) and his wife Countess Georgina von Wilczek (1921–1989). He also bears the titles Duke of Troppau and Jägerndorf, and Count Rietberg. Hans-Adam is the richest monarch in Europe. In 1967 he married Countess Marie Aglaë Kinsky von Wchinitz und Tettau (born 1940) and together […]
17 de Abril de 2018.

Understanding Chaucer

The life and work of Geoffrey Chaucer, and understanding the contradictory nature of his writing. Before there was Shakespeare, Geoffrey Chaucer was considered the father of English literature. Born in 1343, Chaucer was a prominent member of the royal courts of both Edward III and Richard II, however, he was most well known for his writing, with his most celebrated work being The Canterbury Tales. Chaucer began writing fiction in the late 1360s and pioneered in a new literary style. He introduced a new poetic structure, more similar to the European style than his Anglo-Saxon predecessors. This was presumably inspired by his time in France, where he was a prisoner of war, and this style went on to inspire Shakespeare’s […]
9 de Abril de 2018.

King Manuel I, a King of Portugal

He played an important role in the expansion of the Power of Portugal Hey guys! After telling you my first impressions about the Island, then about food, and last time about a little bit of Flora and Fauna, in this article we will talk about History, and one of the Kings of Portugal. So let’s speak about King Manuel I, a King of Portugal between 1495 (when he received the Crown in Lisbon) and 1521. He was born on 31st of May 1469 in Alcochete (Portugal, facing Lisbon on the East) and died in Lisbon in December 1521. Son of Ferdinand, a little brother of King Afonso V (King between 1438 and 1481), Manuel succeeded to his cousin John II […]
5 de Abril de 2018.

King Dom Carlos

He became king in 1889 which was a time of crisis. Dom Carlos might have not been the last king on the throne of Portugal and the Algarve but his rule is often associated with the end of the monarchy. The image of the Portuguese monarchy was severely damaged after the government showed weakness facing the British. From today’s view, you might say that Dom Carlos had no great talent in politics, as he is still blamed for the end of the Portuguese monarchy. It did not make it easier to seem like a confident king. Instead, the population noticed quite fast that he could not stand its ground against the British Empire. Portugal’s plan was to have sovereignty over […]
2 de Abril de 2018.

King Manuel I of Portugal

The period of his reign was one of the finest times in the history of Portugal. Walking around Funchal you could have came across a square called “Largo Dom Manuel I” (eng. “Square of King Manuel I”) which is located near Sé Cathedral or you could have heard about an architectural style called ‘mannueline’ visible in many buildings in the city. All this reminds us of the times of reign of one of the most famous kings of Portugal, Manuel I also known as the Fortunate (port. o Afortunado) had as the period of his reign 1495-1521. During this time Funchal received city rights (1508) and became an important commercial port in the map of the world. We can even […]
29 de Março de 2018.

King Sebastian of Portugal

Probably one of the most famous kings in Portuguese history. King Sebastian of Portugal (20 January 1554 – 4 August 1578) is very popular amongst us volunteers so that it took me a little discussion so that I am finally the one who writes about “the desired”. But why is he so famous? Was it because he invited the Jesuit order in 1569 to the island of Madeira after a huge French privateer attack in 1566 where French soldiers robbed and plundered the archipelago? Or because he was the youngest king Portugal ever had, who became king with just 3 years because his father Prince John died before he was born, his mother Joanna of Spain returned shortly after his […]
28 de Março de 2018.

A meio da corrida

Já la vão 6 meses, já se vê formar um verão pela primavera que vai ficando. Hoje é o dia do Pai, 19 de Março, dia que lembra que nada é efémero, nem pai, nem esta experiência fora de Portugal. Mas que permanece connosco até a vida nos faltar. Na Bulgária os dias mais quentes vão chegando com pequenas mudanças na natureza, a brisa vem fresca e carregada de flores e sementes. O café já é tomado na varanda e o frio vai desvanecendo. Com o passar da estação segue a mudança. Neste momento a aragem está abafada de monotonia e a saudade desprende-me. De pensar que conhecia o meu mundo criei uma ingrata rotina que se consome da saudade. […]