Global studies – “The Future of Learning: How To Prepare Students For Jobs That Do Not Exist”
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Local: Studio 268
Público: Alunos do Ensino Médio do Colégio Bandeirantes
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Come listen, talk and debate with Prof Dr Paulo Zagalo-Melo, Associate Provost for Global Education, Western Michigan University em Kalamazoo, about:
“The Future of Learning: How To Prepare Students For Jobs That Do Not Exist”
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About PAULO ZAGALO-MELO, Ph.D.
Paulo Zagalo-Melo is Associate Provost for Global Education at Western Michigan University.
Previously, Zagalo-Melo served as Associate Provost for Global Century Education, Director of the Global Engagement Office and Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Montana. Prior to that, he was Director for Science, Technology and Innovation at the Luso-American Foundation (FLAD), in Lisbon, Portugal. Before joining FLAD, Zagalo-Melo served as the U.S.-Portugal Fulbright Commission’s Executive Director for 10 years, after 3 years as its Administrative Officer. Additionally, he was a member of the Executive Committee of Fulbright Directors from Europe.
Zagalo-Melo is vice chair of the Policy and Advocacy Committee of the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) and was a 2015-2016 AIEA Presidential Fellow.
Zagalo-Melo’s publications include a book chapter on “Strategic International Partnerships” (NAFSA, forthcoming) and a co-authored book chapter, with two of his students, on “Grounded Globalism: Using a Regional Identity Hypothesis as a Framework for Internationalizing Higher Education Curriculum”, in the Handbook of Research on Curriculum Internationalization and the Future of Global Education. He was a TEDx speaker on multilingual education, with a talk titled "Building Global Nations."
Paulo Zagalo-Melo has a master's degree in public administration from Harvard University and a doctoral degree in political science from the Catholic University of Portugal.