Faculty

Alexandra Magna Rodrigues

Nutritionist at the Federal University of Ouro Preto (2000), Specialization in Adolescence for the Multidisciplinary Team (2002), master's degree (2003) in Applied Sciences and Pediatrics Doctor of Science (2007) the Federal University of São Paulo. She teaches at the University of Taubaté Assistant – UNITAU, in the Nutrition Course. She is currently coordinator of the Graduate Program (In the strict sense – masters) in Human Development: Formation, Social Policies and Practices, and coordinator of the Public Health Nutrition Improvement Course: Outpatient Care of the Food Education and Nutrition Therapy Center of UNITAU. He is a member of the São Paulo Nutrition Association. She is the editor in chief of the Human Sciences Magazine at UNITAU. Operates in the area of ​​Maternal Nutrition, of Children and Adolescents, Food and Nutritional Security and Human Development, with an emphasis on collective health and social and human sciences.

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André Luiz da Silva

PhD in Social Sciences (2011) and Master of Science in Religion (2003) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP) and Graduation in Social Sciences from the University of São Paulo (USP) (1996). There are more than 18 years, is Assistant Professor III of Sociology and Anthropology at the Basic Humanities Institute of the University of Taubaté (UNITAU), working in several courses in the three areas of knowledge. He is a researcher at the Interdisciplinary Center for Contemporary Praxis Research and professor at the Graduate Program in Education and Human Development at the University of Taubaté (UNITAU). He is a professor of Human Diversity at Faculdade São Lucas de Caçapava (FSL), working in Administration courses, Pharmacy and Nursing. He is a collaborator researcher at the Study Group of Contemporary Cultural Practices at PUC-SP and at the Laboratory of Cultural and Environmental Policies in Brazil, UNISINOS LAPCAB, Rio Grande do Sul. Has experience in the area of ​​Urban Anthropology and Sociology of Culture. Search the following topics: symbolic conflict and development, religiousness, cultural identity and diversity, popular culture, cultural mediation, human rights and social and cultural public policies.

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Angela Michele Suave

Graduated in Social Work from the University of Vale do Paraíba (2002), Master Program in Postgraduate Studies in Social Work PUC / SP from the Catholic University of São Paulo (2009) and doctorate in the Post-Graduate Studies in Social Work PUC / SP from the Catholic University of São Paulo (2016). He is currently an assistant professor at the University of Taubaté. He has experience in the area of ​​Social Work, with emphasis in Social Work, acting on the following topics: social service, social movements, social politics, social rights and work.

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Deborah Inácia Ribeiro

PhD in Education, Art and History of Culture Mackenzie University (2018). Master in Human Development from the University of Taubaté – UNITAU (2013). Graduated in Psychology at the Salesian University of Lorraine – UNISAL (1992) and specialist in education and culture by UNITAU (2009). Areas of expertise: Humanist / Existential Clinical Psychology and Health Psychology. Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Taubaté. Professor in the Graduate Program in Human Development at the University of Taubaté. Researcher at the Center for the Study of Cultural History, Mackenzie Presbyterian University Societies and Media.

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Dear Edna Maria de Oliveira Chamon

Graduated in Pedagogy Faculty Nogueira da Gama (1991), graduation in Sciences de L?Education – University of Toulouse II (Le Mirail) (1994), Masters in Education Sciences L – University of Toulouse II (Le Mirail) (1995), PhD in Psychology – University of Toulouse II (Le Mirail) (1998) and post-doctorate in Education at UNICAMP (2003). She is currently a permanent professor at the University of Taubaté (UNITAU) in the Graduate Program – Master in Human Development; and at Estácio de Sá University – UNESA, in Rio de Janeiro. It has experience in Distance Education (Implementation Courses and Materials Management), in addition to experience in institutional evaluation and courses (SINAES and EEC). It advises ad hoc FAPESP and CNPq, the ANPEPP and JIRS. He is a member of editorial and scientific body in various national and international journals. Worked on Institutional Projects: PIBID (Capes) (Construction and Implementation) and Project Procampo, from 2009 a 2017. Works in the Graduate Program in Education at the Estácio de Sá University, teaching classes and supervising master students. Coordinates research project with support from CNPq. Works in the areas of research in Social Psychology, Education and Rural Education, with an emphasis on social and professional identity representation. His topics of interest are concentrated in the following areas: social representation; rural education, stress and coping; quality of life at work; e, professional identity.

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Elisa Maria Andrade Brisola

I possess a degree in Social Work from the University of Vale do Paraíba (1984); MA and PhD in Social Work from Catholic University of São Paulo (1996 e 2003 respectively). I am currently an assistant professor at the University of Taubaté. I have experience in social welfare area and health and a strong commitment to vocational training. In UNITAU coordinate an Extension Project ” Advising the ITS Deployment in the Paraíba Valley municipalities, North Coast and Serra da Mantiqueira”. I work in teaching in the Social Service course at the University of Taubaté. In search, coordinating the Center for Studies and Research in Social Policy – NEPSS. currently, compose the permanent body Interdisciplinary Master “Human development: social policies and Training” the University of Taubaté, lecturing and guiding students. Also coordinate the specialization course “Social and Social Politics with families”.

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Joana Ramos Ribeiro

Joana Ramos Ribeiro holds a Bachelor of Science in Administration (2005) by the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) with an emphasis on production. Master in Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering (2008) by the Aeronautical Technological Institute (ITA) and PhD in Aeronautical and Mechanical Engineering (2015) also by the Aeronautical Technological Institute (ITA). currently, is Head of Innovation for the HITT program, at the Technology Development Showcase Hub, participates in the FAPESP Program – PIPE II com a startup CT&I in the development of a space climate platform, is a Data Science consultant at Aeroconsult Ltda, teaches in the areas of Production and Logistics at INPG, associate editor of JATM magazine in the area of ​​Management Systems, partner professor in postgraduate studies in Space Sciences and Technologies (CTE) from ITA where he teaches and conducts research in the area of ​​technological prospecting and innovation management, textbook writer for Fundação Bradesco and Iochpe. Experience in Technological Management and Innovation, where she worked as a researcher during the 7 years at the Technological Observatory of the Institute of Aeronautics and Space (IAE / DCTA), was a consultant at the Strategic Studies Management Center (CGEE) in the development of a tool to survey critical technology and in Data Analysis at the startup Petmondo. Accomplished a sandwich doctorate at the University Beira Interior Portugal. also, has professional experience in Logistics and Supply Chain, where she worked as a senior analyst at Alpargatas and logistics coordinator at Vivara group.

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Juliana Marcondes Bussolotti

Graduated in School of Communication and Arts at the University of São Paulo, lato sensu graduate course in Instructional Designer from the Federal University of Itajubá, master's degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Taubaté and doctorate in Geography from the Universidade Estadual Paulista. She is currently a researcher at Universidade Estadual Paulista (postdoc Postgraduate Program in Territorial Development in Latin America and the Caribbean – TerritoriAL), is on the board of Associação Cunhambebe on Ilha Anchieta. III Assistant Professor, University of Taubaté, assistant coordinating professor of the Professional Master's in Education at the University of Taubaté, teacher and counselor – CONDEP of the Department of Management and Business – Gen, member of the Evaluation Committee – CPA – UNITAU, advisor to the Research Ethics Committee – POCKET – UNITAU, coordinating professor of the EAD geography course at the University of Taubaté and coordinator of the Pro-Rectory Extension Program – LEARNING TRAIL PROGRAM: Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Has experience in education, geography, tourism and environment, with emphasis in: Environmental education, Technological Education, acting on the following topics: hospitality ? ecotourism, art education, teacher training, cultural diversity and inclusion, entrepreneurship and innovation, information and communication technology and teaching and learning processes. Research lines: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Education; Teacher Training and Professional Development; Inclusion and Sociocultural Diversity; Knowledge and practices in the use of technologies in education; Environmental education for biodiversity conservation; Art Education; Landscape planning; Public use in Conservation Units.

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Maria Angela Boccara de Paula

Degree in Nursing from the University of São Paulo – EEUSP (1986) , specialization Public Health – University of Taubaté -UNITAU (1998) and Stomatherapy Nursing – EEUSP ( 1993),Master and Doctor of Nursing, School of Nursing, University of São Paulo – EEUSP(2000; 2008). Assistant Professor, PhD, Department of Nursing and Nutrition, University of Taubaté. Specialization Course Coordinator (LVL-Senso) of Stomatherapy in Nursing at the University of Taubaté. Assistant Coordinator and Professor of the Master's Program in Education and Human Development (Strictu Senso) the University of Taubaté. Full Member of the Brazilian Association of Stomatherapy: ostomies, SOBEST wounds and incontinence (TiSOBEST) . Vice President of SOBEST in management 2012-2014, President of management 2015-2017. President of SOBEST – management 2018 – 2020 , Editor of Estima Magazine ? Brazilian Journal of Enterostomal Therapy.. Membro Pleno do World Council of Enterostomal Therapist (WCET) and the Publishing Committee (management 2012-14), (2014-16) e (2018-20).It has experience in Nursing, with emphasis on Stomatherapy, working mainly in stomatherapy and public health, assistance, teaching and research. Develops integrated work with Health and Education professionals especially related to Health Education actions. Research in the field of Stomatherapy Nursing, Education, Representations and (auto) biographies.

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Maria Aparecida Diniz Campos de Castro

Graduated in Pedagogy from the University of Taubaté (1983), Master's in Education (educational psychology) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1995), doctorate degree (2000) and Postdoc in Education: educational psychology (2004-2006) by the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo with research on the subject “The Constitution of Knowledge, o More Resilient Thinking and Acting in Management: Training and Professional Development Pathways”, under the guidance of Profª Drª Vera Maria Nigro de Souza Placco. She was a collaborating professor at the University of Taubaté, in the effective teaching staff of the Department of Pedagogy. He was a member of the UNITAU University Council, General Coordinator of the Internship Center (2006-2010) and responsible for the Pedagogical Coordination of Distance Education at the University of Taubaté (2006-2011). She held the position on the Board of Directors at the Municipal Education Secretariat of Taubaté, between January 2012 to November 2014. Currently acts as: researcher and coordinator of research projects financed by the National Fund for Educational Development CAPES and PIBID; research group and line coordinator 3 and professor of the Master in Human Development: Formation, Policies and Social Practices; professor of postgraduate courses in several areas with the discipline Didactics and Methodology of Higher Education and Psychology of Education and Development and Continuing Education Programs in a partnership between the University and the Secretary of Education of the State of São Paulo; acted as coordinator of the Postgraduate course in School Management to train education professionals for Administration, Planning, Inspection, Educational Supervision and Guidance for Basic Education; she also served as adjunct professor and researcher at Centro Universitário Modulo and Universidade Cruzeiro do Sul and served as institutional relations advisor for the University Foundation of Taubaté (FUST). currently: (i) guides students of the Academic Master's Program in Human Development and Professional Master's in Education, both by UNITAU; e (ii) coordinates undergraduate course at Faculdade Dehoniana. Has experience in Education, with emphasis on Educational Management and Continuing Education, specialist in the following topics: Human development, adult learning and cognition, teacher professional training, constitution of pedagogical knowledge, school management and resilience.

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Mariana de Souza Aranha (collaborator)

PhD in Education: Curriculum (2011) and Master in Education: Curriculum (2006) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. Graduated in Pedagogy from Faculdade Maria Augusta Ribeiro Daher (2001). She is currently a Permanent Professor of the Master in Management and Regional Development at the University Center of Southern Minas-UNIS-MG and Visiting Professor of the Professional Master in Education at the University of Taubaté. She is a researcher at GEPI (Group of Studies and Research in Interdisciplinary) da PUC / SP. Acts as Coordinator of the Specialization Courses in Psychopedagogy and School Management at the University of Taubaté. Has experience as Research Advisor, University professor, Basic Education Teacher and School Director. It operates mainly with the following themes: interdisciplinarity, Teacher training, Curriculum, School management, Didactics, Distance Education, use of Active Learning Technologies and Methodologies.

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Marilza Terezinha Soares de Souza

Graduation in Psychology from the Salesian Faculty of Philosophy Sciences and Letters of Lorena (1979), Master in Mental Health from the State University of Campinas (1998), PhD in Psychology (Clinical psychology) the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (2003) with Sandwich Doctorate from Chicago Center for Family Health-USA. Post-Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (USF-Campinas) with training at the Research Center for Change Processes in Psychotherapy (UMINHO-Portugal). Retired Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Taubaté. It has experience in research in Psychology, with emphasis in: Search quantitative and qualitative, family, psychological resilience, changes in the psychotherapeutic process and human development. It specializes in Transactional Analysis and Family Therapy at Chicago Center for Family Health -USA. It acts as a psychotherapist since 1980. Currently works with Couples and Families Psychotherapy, and Professor of the Master's Program in Human Development and in the Specialization Course in Therapy and Family Orientation at the University of Taubaté.

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Diana Patricia Edith Belfort Souza Camargo Ortiz Monteiro

PhD in Environmental Sciences (UNITAU). Specialist in Environmental Management (USP). Specialist Tourism and Environment (Senac / CEATEL). Specialist Planning and Protected Areas Management (CATIE / Costa Rica). Agronomist. She is currently a PhD Professor linked to the Department. Management and Business (GEN) and Professor of the Graduate Program in Education and Human Development (PPGEDH) the University of Taubaté. She teaches subjects in undergraduate courses in distance learning in the areas of Business Management and Natural Resource Management. She was Coordinator of the Ubatuba Face-to-Face Support Hub of EAD-UNITAU (2009-2012). He assumed the General Coordination of the Distance Education Program at UNITAU, in 2012. She is currently Executive Director of the Research Company, UNITAU Technology and Services (EPTS). Works for 19 years with Higher Education and there are 10 years with Distance Education. Has experience in implementing and managing programs, projects, courses and teaching materials. Has experience of 19 years in consulting and 14 years in socio-environmental projects. Participates in socio-environmental non-governmental organizations since 1987. Participates in research groups, between them, the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and Research in Knowledge and Practices in Distance Education and the WG of Social Representations of ANPEPP. Acts on issues: Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Education, Distance Learning, Environmental education, Information and Communication Technology in Education, Social Representations, Conservation units, Sustainable tourism, Ecotourism, and Traditional Communities.

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Rachel Duarte Abdala

He graduated in History from the University of São Paulo (1999), Graduate Degree in History from the University of São Paulo (1999), Master's degree in Education from the University of São Paulo (2003) and a PhD in Education from the University of São Paulo (2013). She is currently an assistant professor at the University of Taubaté and pedagogical coordinator of the History Course at the same institution.. Coordinator of the PIBID History subproject - Institutional Program for Teaching Incentive Scholarships at UNITAU. Leader of the NPH-UNITAU History Research Center. Extension project coordinator. Permanent professor of the Master's Program in Human Development at UNITAU. He has experience in the area of ​​History, with emphasis in History, acting on the following topics: photography, representation, education, culture and reform.

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Renato de Sousa Almeida

Graduated Degree in Physical Education from the Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho (1995), Masters in Neuroscience and Behavior at the University of São Paulo (2000) and a PhD in Neuroscience and Behavior at the University of São Paulo (2005). He is currently assistant professor of the Higher School of Cruise and teacher assistant doctor at the University of Taubaté. Professor in the Master in Human Development at the University of Taubaté. He has experience in the area of ​​Physical Education, with emphasis on neurofisilogia and exercise physiology, acting on the following topics: neurotransmissão, exercise physiology, physical activity and healthy aging.

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Suzana Lopes Salgado Ribeiro

Graduated in History from the University of São Paulo (bachelor degree 1998 and degree 2003). Master's degree (2002) and doctorate (2007) in Social History at the same institution where he graduated. IT'S, at the moment, visiting professor at the Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul – UFMS in a way that brought education and research together, learning and teaching about teacher practices and training, about teaching history, about concerns about diversity and differences, differences in partnership with the Study and Research Group on Teaching History and Language Practices – Curriculum, History and Culture (GEPEH/UFMS). She was a teacher at Colégio Giordano Bruno, from Universidade Paulista – UNIP, the University of Taubaté – UNITAU and the Centro Universitário do Sul de Minas. She is a researcher at Neho em Rede – Oral History Study Group among other research groups. From what he learned from people and their life stories he wrote books, including: “Practical Guide to Oral History” (2011), “Voices of the march through the land” (nominated for the Jabuti award in 1998), “Voices of the Earth – life history of rural settlers in São Paulo” (2005) e “Production of historical knowledge” (2009/2010), besides articles in books and periodicals. In the search for public education, democratic and for all developed academic support materials for distance learning and taught courses for the Open University of Brazil – UAB and to the University of Taubaté – UNITAU. Has research and teaching experience in Education, Research History and Methodology, working mainly with the following themes: Oral history, Memory, Identity, Rights, Diversity, Difference, Teaching Practices, Teacher Education and History Teaching

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