Virtual Collective Degree in EaD courses is marked by moments of emotion
9 de July de 2021
Emotion took over the Virtual Collective Degree Collection of graduates of courses in Literature, Physical Education, Geography, Public Administration, Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Mathematics and History, all in the Distance Education modality in the centers of Caicó, Currais Novos, Guamaré , Luís Gomes, Macau, Marcelino Vieira, Martins, Nova Cruz, Parnamirim and São Gonçalo do Amarante. The ceremony took place this Thursday night (8th) through a web conference transmitted by the SEDIS Channel on YouTube.
The ceremony was presided over by UFRN’s Deputy Secretary for Distance Education, Ione Morais, who, in her speech, highlighted the exceptional moment we are facing due to the covid-19 pandemic and the commitment of everyone at the University in building training quality that will contribute to the professional future of new graduates.
The now graduated in Biological Sciences, Wilderlan Barreto Brito, from the Polo de Guamaré, was moved to tears when he recalled the entire academic trajectory and made a point of emphasizing that Distance Education made students more prepared to face any type of adversity in the job market .
The professor of the Biological Sciences EaD course, Rute Alves de Sousa, thanked everyone for choosing to be the paranym of the graduating class. In her speech, she recalled the patron of Education, Paulo Freire, and the hope of transforming realities attributed to access to public education.
Another exciting moment was the announcement of students awarded academic laurels. This is a tribute that the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN) pays to the students who stood out most for their academic performance during their permanence in the respective course, awarding them the medal and diploma of student merit.
Five students received this honor, they were: Gessica Tamara Neves Rolim de Paula Romano, from the Public Administration Course (Luís Gomes Hub); Cibele Beatriz da Silva Oliveira, from the Biological Sciences course (Polo de Martins); Herbert Nunes Alencar, from the Geography course (Macau Polo); Fabiola Maria Dantas, from the Literature course (Polo de Caicó), and Phablo Araújo de Medeiros, from the Chemistry course (Polo Currais Novos).
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Bruno Cássio – Media Sector at SEDIS/UFRN.
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