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A Warm Welcome to Our Latest Panelist - Professor Schlittler from USP in Brazil

We are honored to be able to work with thought leaders from around the world. They challenge our Forum participants to create solutions that are imaginative, fair and sustainable. The latest professor joining our Forum Panel is Mr. João Paulo Schlittler from University of Sao Paulo, one of the top universities in the world.

João Paulo Schlittler, is a designer and researcher working in film, television and digital media. He holds a PhD in Design and Architecture from Universidade de São Paulo (USP) and a Masters in Interactive Telecommunications from New York University. He is an Associate Professor at the Department of Film, Radio and Television at USP’s School of Communication and Arts, where he is the leader of ZOOTROPO, an animation and motion graphics research group. Since 2018 he is an organizer of SEANIMA, a symposium on Brazilian Animation Studies. João Paulo headed the design department at TV Cultura in Brazil, was Director of Broadcast and Interactive Design at Discovery Networks and Director of Graphics and Visual Effects at HBO in the USA.

The Human Migration Online Forum will conclude in just two weeks. The support from our panelists enriches the students' journey of discovery. The world is a more thoughtful place because of you:

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  • Prof. Emily Morris, PhD - Director of International Training and Education Program & Senior Professorial Lecturer, American University

  • Mr. Ango Mwakisu - Senior Assistant Director of International Admissions, NYU-UAE

  • Mrs. Elisa Melendez Martin - Global Market Director, IE University

  • Ms. Jacklyn Lim - Learning Abroad Manager, Auckland University of Technology

  • Mr. Andrew Hand - Advisory Board of Pioneering Schools

  • Ms. Nhu Anh Nguyen - English Literature and Language Teacher, Hanoi Academy

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