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UFMG - Federal University of Minas Gerais

UFMG – Federal University of Minas Gerais

Academic event

This Friday, 27th, at 3pm, The Project women in science It is in its third edition and brings together researchers from the Brumadinho UFMG project. The initiative consists of implementing internal public calls for selection of research and extension sub-projects, supervising their implementation and implementation, as well as coordinating procedures developed to assess the impacts of tailings dam collapse at Vale’s Córrego do Feijão mine in Brumadinho (MG), which was held in January 2019.

The outage caused loss of life and strong social, economic, infrastructure and environmental impacts, particularly in Ribeirão Vero Carvao and in Rio Parapepa. As a result of this turmoil, the Second Public Finance Court of the Judicial District of Belo Horizonte, together with the UFMG, established a scientific technical committee to identify, characterize and evaluate the effects of the collapse, and thus assist in cases within its jurisdiction.

The participants in this edition, Natália Sátyro, Sheila Latchim and Paula Guimarães, will share their thoughts and lessons learned about the initiative and also about their journeys in the middle of the research.

The event promoted by the Foundation for Research Development (Fundep) – one of the country’s key directors of science, technology and innovation, a supportive institution of UFMG and more than 30 national technology and research centers – in partnership with the State Center for Innovation, proposed universalizing access to research and demystifying what concerns scientists Through continuous dialogues and exchange of information with participants about the realization of projects that affect the community.

Requests must be submitted. There is no Sympla.

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Learn more about the participants.

Natalia Sateiro
Professor in the Department of Political Science at Fafich-UFMG, CNPq Productivity Scholarship recipient, Natalia holds a PhD in Political Science from Iuperj with a post-doctoral degree from Oxford University (UK). The Inter-Institutional Center for Social Policy Analysis (CIAPSOc) of the Latin American Political Science Association (Alacip) and co-organizer of the 39 IPSA Research Committee coordinates “The Welfare State and Developing Societies” (2014-2023).

Natalia is also the editor of the Governance and Public Policy section of the Journal of Sociology and Politics. She was the graduate program coordinator in political science at UFMG. His research interests include the welfare state, welfare policies, cash transfers, income inequality, and political institutions. He teaches and conducts research in the field of public policy, with a focus on institutional analysis and social policies in Brazil and Latin America.

Sheila to insult
Doctor of Health Sciences and Master of Science from the University of the South Pacific School of Nursing, Sheila holds a degree in Nursing and a degree in Education from the same university. She is a professor in the Department of Maternal and Child Nursing and Public Health at the UFMG School of Nursing. Join the search group Reinforcement and burnout at work and in working life: foundations for intervening in group health“.

Paula Guimarães
She is an Architect and Urban Planner from the Federal University of Espirito Santo (Ufes), a Master’s in Architecture and Urbanism from UFMG and a PhD student in the same programme. Since 2016, when he started his master’s degree, he has been dedicated to academic research related to the collapse of mining dams that occurred in Mariana (2015) and Brumadinho (2019), both in Minas Gerais.

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In these works, he monitors institutional referrals resulting from disasters and their impact on regional dynamics, through document analysis, database organization, and information organization based on graphic devices. He is part of the Plataforma Brumadinho UFMG project team, where he is responsible for organizing information on legal actions aimed at repairing the damage caused by the collapse of the dam at Brumadinho.

Priscilla Souza (mediator)
Priscilla graduated in Technological Chemistry, holds a Master’s degree in Technology Innovation from UFMG, and works in New Business and Partnerships at Fundep, with a focus on structuring new solutions in order to connect knowledge (through science) to the demands of society.

(with Fundep press office)