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social sciences educator

Maria Gloria de Sá, American social sciences educator. Recipient National Service award, National Institute Aging, 1986; scholar, Fulbright Commission, 1986-1987, 1987, Travel grant, 1988.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, 2003.

Career

Executive director Immigrants' Assistant Center, Incorporated, New York Beford, Massachusetts, 1988—1989. Visiting professor sociology Connecticut College, New London, 2004—2007. Assistant professor sociology and faculty director University Massachusetts, Dartmouth, since 2007.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Translator: (book) The Capelinhos Eruption: Window of Opportunity for Azorean Emigration. Author: A Posição Socioeconómica dos Imigrantes Portugueses. Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Recording secretary Portuguese-American Congress, New Bedford, 1989—1992. Committee member Portuguese Cultural Center, 2006—2008. Clerck CEDC Southeastern Massachusetts, 1998—2008.

Treasurer Spinner Public, 1999—2008. Member Immigrants' Assistance Center, 1989—2008. Steering committee member Coalition for Justice, Fall River, 2003—2008, Coalition Against Poverty, New Bedford, 2003—2008.

Member of Diasporaaçoriana. Org (science council member 2008), New England Sociological Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, embroidery, languages, cooking, travel.

Connections

Daughter of Isaura do Nascimento Pires and Manuel Cardoso de Sá. Children: Tania Pereira Boysen, Nuno Alexandre Pereira.

father:
Isaura Sá

children:
Tania Pereira Boysen Sá

Nuno Alexandre Pereira Sá