Marcelle Brandão

Biographical note

PhD student in Education at the Lusofóna University of Humanities and Technology (ULHT), Lisbon – Portugal. Master in Production Engineering with research and published work on stakeholder engagement for the development of environmental strategies (UFRN), Specialist in Strategic People Management (UFRN) with emphasis on the development of organizational culture and Bachelor in Administration (UnP). With 20 years of professional experience, she has coordinated teams in the implementation of strategic projects in public institutions and private companies from different segments. Researcher in the interdisciplinary area with focus on Education, Organizational Behavior, Innovation and Business Management. She is also a consultant with skills in group conduction for participative constructions and implementation of organizational modernization projects. She teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses in public and private universities. Currently, she is part of the distance education nucleus at Santa Úrsula University and she is a Professor in the Undergraduate and Professional Master in Work Management for the Built Environment Quality – MPGTCAQ of the Institution.

Areas of academic and scientific interest

  • Interdisciplinary, Education and Administration
  • Remote education, technological inclusion, ethics and sustainability

PhD project

Analysis of teachers’ difficulties in appropriating new digital technologies: challenges of post-pandemic times
Profa. Doutora Carla Galego
Prof. Doutor Artur Parreira