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Marcos Fernando Ziemer ‘This document summarizes and provides a return to the contribution that the University offers, for both the local community and the country as a whole’

Photo: Luiz Munhoz/Ulbra

Social Mission The Social Report is the document that shows the key role that Ulbra complies with the communities where it operates through its social projects. Denominational, philanthropic and community institution, Ulbra accounts for and demonstrates, in the following pages, all the work in the social sector on the issue of sustainability and environmental issues. The social mission is the ‘DNA’ of the University, which has in its educational proposal a look at the surrounding communities in different municipalities, respecting their regionalities. And it is in this union that the social projects of the institution gain a significant impact on society, transforming the lives and creating opportunities for people, both where it maintains its present teaching units and in their centers for distance education.

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Pedro Antonio González Hernández

Photo: Luiz Munhoz/Ulbra

Ulbra by presenting the Social Report for 2015 transcends any bureaucratic or regulatory obligation. Its content holds relevant information to the interactive process explaining the reasons for actions taken and thus prepares to fulfill its institutional mission planned for the five-year period of 2017-2022 ‘to be an effective and innovative learning community’.

Social Report A Social Report is not a bureaucratic document. Not at all! It represents the synthesis to be released of the actions developed by the University in its transforming role of the society. And in this regard, Ulbra stands out. Universidade Luterana do Brasil is an institution aware of its social role. It understands that its existence is closely linked to the transformation of society, either through the permanent training of human resources through a learning excellence through direct actions done in the communities where it operates. The transparent, democratic and collaborative dialog that Ulbra establishes with society constantly enriches, streamlines and updates the educational process. By understanding the social reality, Ulbra commits itself to train human resources to be able of improving the Brazilian society, reducing differences and contributing to the development of the country. That is also why that Universidade Luterana do Brasil is a university for everyone!

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INFORMATION

1.1 Maintaining Entity Institution: ASSOCIAÇÃO EDUCATIONAL LUTERANA DO BRASIL - AELBRA Address: Av. Farroupilha, 8.001 District: São José City: Canoas State: RS Zipcode: 92425-900 Phones: +55 (51) 3472.5613 E-mail: gabinete@aelbra.org.br Main and Secondary Economic Activity: Main: Higher Education Degrees Secondaries: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Vocational Education, Higher Education Extension and Graduate, Professional Education Technology Level. National Registry of Legal Entities: 88.332.580/0001-65 Registration date at the National Registry of Legal Entities: 4/27/1970

1.2 Maintained Institution: UNIVERSIDADE LUTERANA DO BRASIL - ULBRA Address: Av. Farroupilha, 8.001 District: São José Country: Canoas State: RS Zipcode: 92425-900 Phones: +55 (51) 3477-4000 Main and Secondary Economic Activity: Higher Education Degrees National Registry of Legal Entities: 88.332.580/0006-70 Registration date at the National Registry of Legal Entities: 3/6/1972

2. LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE INFORMATION Maintaining Entity Full name: PAULO AUGUSTO SEIFERT ID: 1015886052 - SSP/RS Individual Taxpayer ID: 388.217.100-68 Date of birth: 12/02/1963 Education: Master of Philosophy Term of Office: 8/28/2014 - 5/31/2018 Maintaining Entity Full name: MARCOS FERNANDO ZIEMER ID: 9032195704 - SSP/PC RS Individual Taxpayer ID: 527.474.250-53 Date of birth: 10/26/1966 Education: Ph.D. in Education Term of Office: 1/1/2012 to 12/31/2015

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RECTORY OF ULBRA Rector Marcos Fernando Ziemer Vice Rector Ricardo Willy Rieth Dean of Planning and Administration José Paulinho Brand Academic Dean Pedro Antonio González Hernández OFFICE Staff Academic Dean Pedro Antonio González Hernández Director of Community Affairs Simone Loureiro Imperatore Brum CRC/RS 073305-0 E-mail: simone.brum@ulbra.br Journalist Rosa Maria Ignácio - Mtb 5785 Edition Communication and Marketing of Aelbra Manager Daniela Stiebe Journalists Adriana Marques - Mtb 8354 Collaboration Laira de Souza Sampaio - Mtb 11772 Marcus de Freitas Perez - Mtb 17602 Graphic Planning Carine Mello Employees in English Version Fabiano Silveira Viviane Schwalemberg Griep Photos File ACS/Ulbra Canoas, September 2016

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Ulbra

Universidade Luterana do Brasil (Ulbra) is a confessional and private communitarian multicampi higher education institution, whose Maintaining Entity – Associação Educacional Luterana do Brasil (Aelbra) - brings together basic education schools and higher education institutions. With the development of the municipality of Canoas, which today is one of the most important economic and industrial centers of Rio Grande do Sul, there has been a need for expansion of the school network at all levels. In 1968, it was created in Marechal Rondon neighborhood, Colégio Cristo Redentor, an elementary and middle school that also offers vocational education. With the increasing demand for higher education, on the premises of this school, the Canoense College of Administrative Sciences was founded in 1972, with the course of Business Administration. New courses resulted in the creation of Canoenses Colleges (1974), and with its growth, it moved in 1981 to a new place, which is now the campus of Ulbra in the neighborhood São José. In January 1988, it became a university, according to Decree 95,623 of the Presidency. In the following year, it was recognized by the Ministry of Education with the Ordinance 681/89 of December 7th, 1989, based on the Opinion 1,031/89 of the Federal Council of Education. Ulbra has campuses in nine cities of Rio Grande do Sul: Cachoeira do Sul, Canoas, Carazinho, Gravataí, Guaiba, Porto Alegre, São Jeronimo, Santa Maria and Torres, offering several undergraduate courses in face-to-face classes. In these cities, there are also some of the Centers for Face-to-Face Support for students of distance learning mode. There are also graduate courses: specializations, masters and doctorates degrees. To develop its distance education program, Ulbra has the skills and commitment of dozens of other accredited centers in the Midwest, Northeast, North, Southeast and South of Brail, where teachers and virtual tutors interact with students from the main office in Canoas, through the Virtual Learning Environment, methodologically guiding classroom activities proposed by teachers. Extension activities include ongoing activities (community projects and service) and any activities that correspond to courses, events, among others. Cultural activities are also developed at an extension level, including actions in musical areas, scenic, museum, leisure and sports. They are available also for the academic community, chaplaincy services, vocational guidance and educational psychology.

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Mission Ulbra has the institutional mission to develop, disseminate and preserve the knowledge and culture in teaching, research and extension, permanently seeking excellence in personal and technical training of professionals and entrepreneurs through innovation, social inclusion and community development.

Vision

Ulbra, in its 2012/2016 planning cycle, seeks to strengthen itself as a reference institution in higher education in the regions where it operates by consolidating its accreditation credentials: - Quality of educational opportunities in its different modalities and reach and maintenance of high levels in academic indicators; - Competence of its faculty; - Effectiveness of research supporting quality of education, the advancement of knowledge and innovation; - Social commitment with the training of qualified professionals in the different areas of knowledge to meet with competence and ethics the demands of the labor market and the needs of the community; - Effectiveness and efficiency of its technology in terms of production, employment markets and celebration of regional strategic partnerships; - Adherence of extension actions to spread knowledge in the University and effectiveness of its relationship with society.

Principles and Values Ulbra develops its mission supported by the following guiding principles: - The dedication to education as an ethical commitment from the central concept of the Lutheran Reformation, justification by grace and faith, based on the slogan The truth will set you free (John 8:32); - The human person as the center of his action, always seeking justice, fraternity, and equality in the relationship between people, in the spirit of freedom with responsibility for the common good; - Education conceived as an integral factor of development of man, agent and subject of his own historical trajectory; - Education as instrument of social transformation and scientific and technological progress with a view to correcting inequalities and promote the common good by building a more just and fraternal society; - The pursuit of academic excellence in the service of others and responsible interaction with the environment.

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Aelbra in Brazil

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Ulbra in Higher Education

Ulbra keeps nine university campuses in the cities of Cachoeira do Sul, Canoas, Carazinho, Gravataí, Guaíba, Porto Alegre, Santa Maria, São Jerônimo and Torres. Also in Rio Grande do Sul, it manages 17 face-to-face centers as a support to the modality of distance education in the cities of Cachoeira do Sul, Canela, Canoas, Carazinho, Erechim, Gravataí, Guaíba, Lajeado, Novo Hamburgo, Passo Fundo, Pelotas, Porto Alegre, Santa Maria, Santiago, São Jerônimo and Torres. Distance education is still offered in centers located in the states of Alagoas, Bahia, Espírito Santo, Maranhão, Mato Grosso, Minas Gerais, Paraná, Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Sergipe. Also, Ulbra’s centers operate in the higher education units maintained by Aelbra in Amazonas, Goiás, Pará, Rondônia and Tocantins. A description of the cities where Ulbra keeps its units in RS is below. 9


Rio Grande do Sul Cities where Ulbra keeps Higher Education Units: Cachoeira do Sul The city is located in the center of the state, between the roads BR 290 and RS 287, being part of the microregion of Jacuí Valley, 180 km far from Porto Alegre. It has a territory of 3,735 km² with an estimated population of 86,688 inhabitants. It is strongly directed to primary activity, presenting agricultural productivity benchmarks above the state average. The strengthening of its industrial and service potential takes into account processes in support of local initiatives. The Municipal Human Development Index (IDHM 2010) is 0.742. The PIB per capita is R $ 21,095.80 (FEEE, 2013). Ulbra Cachoeira do Sul started its activities in 1997. The current offer of courses and services can be checked on the website www.ulbra.br/cachoeira-do-sul. Canoas The city is located between Porto Alegre, the Serrana Region, and the Petrochemical Complex, in the geographic center of Mercosul, and is crossed by the junction of the main highways that cross the metropolitan region: Canoas has a territorial area of 131,096 km². The Municipal Human Development Index (IDHM 2010) is 0.750. The PIB| per capita is R $ 33,828.32 (FEEE 2013). Its economy is very developed, with the second largest PIB of the state and the third of the South region of Brazil. Ulbra Canoas started its activities in 1981, through the Canoenses College, which became a University recognized by MEC in 1989. From then on, the number of units for other regional cities has expanded. The current offer of courses and services can be checked on the website www.ulbra.br/canoas. Carazinho The city is located in the northwest of the state, known as the Production Region, which is served by the main highways that cross the region: BR 377, BR 386 and BR 285 and the RS 142. It is distant 245,50 km from Porto Alegre. Data from IBGE showed an estimated of 59,317 inhabitants in 2010. Carazinho has a territorial area of 665,092 km². The Municipal Human Development Index (IDHM 2010) is 0.766. The PIB per capita in 2013 was R $ 29,458.55. Its economy is mainly developed in the area of commerce and services of the agribusiness sector, and it is growing in the logistic axis, industrial and service in general. Carazinho started its activities in 2000. The current offer of courses and services can be checked on the website www.ulbra.br/carazinho. Gravataí Gravataí is one of the cities of the Metropolitan Region of Porto Alegre, 23 kilometers away from the capital. The city is served by three state and federal roads (RS 118, RS 030, RS 020 and BR 290). Gravataí is predominantly urban, with a population of 255,660 inhabitants, according to IBGE, in a territorial area of 463,499 km². The Municipal Human Development Index (IDHM) is 0.736 and the PIB per capita is R $ 37,904.83 (2013). According to data from the Economic and Statistical Foundation of RS of 2013, the city has the 4th largest Gross Domestic Product of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (R$ 7.313 billion), being that the industry is currently the most relevant sector for the economy of the city. In addition to a strong industrial vocation with emphasis on the automotive industry, the sectors of commerce and services have been growing, offering options to generate employment and income. Ulbra Gravataí was installed in 1991. The current offer of courses and services can be checked on the website www.ulbra.br/gravatai. Guaíba The city is located in the metropolitan area of Porto Alegre, distant 32 km from the capital city. It comprises an area of 10


376.9 km2 (2015) with a population of 100,586 inhabitants (2014). The Municipal Human Development Index (MHDI) is 0.730 (2010), its demographic density is 254.9 inhabitants/km2 (2013), and its GDP per capita is R$ 42,298.04 (2013). The illiteracy rate of people over 15 years old is 3.83% (2010). Its economy is mainly developed in the industrial area, trade and service industry. Ulbra Guaíba started its activities in 1989, comprehending the Costa Doce region. The current offer of courses and services can be checked on www.ulbra.br/guaiba. Porto Alegre The capital of the state of Rio Grande do Sul is a city with one of the best qualities of life in Brazil with a population of 1,409,351 inhabitants in a territorial area of 496,682 km². The Municipal Human Development Index (HDI) is considered high, with a general index of 0.805, an overall value derived from three categories: IDHM Longevity (0.857); IDHM Education (0.702) and HDI Income (0.867). Porto Alegre has a PIB per capita of R $ 39,091.64 (2013). Although it possesses a diversified industrial park, in terms of its dynamic economy, the strong and modern physical and technical-scientific infrastructure and the qualification of the labor market, Porto Alegre has been showing a tendency to concentrate on activities in the tertiary sector, with an increasing in the knowledge, commerce and services industries. Ulbra Porto Alegre was installed in 2005. The current offer of courses and services can be checked on the website www.ulbra.br/porto-alegre. Santa Maria Santa Maria is a city located in the Central Region of the state, in the heart of Rio Grande does Sul, 293 km from the capital. Currently, the city has 261,031 inhabitants in a territorial area of 1,781,757 km². The Municipal Human Development Index (IDHM) is 0.784 and the PIB per capita is R $ 20,847.16 (2013). The economy of the municipality is based on the services sector and agriculture. Tourism activity has also been growing in recent years, mainly because of the paleontological sites in the region. Ulbra Santa Maria was installed in 2002. The current offer of courses and services can be checked on the website www.ulbra.br/santa-maria. São Jerônimo The city of São Jerônimo is located in the Central Region of the state, 68 km from Porto Alegre, using the roads RS 401, BR 290 and BR 116. It currently has 22,134 inhabitants in an area of 936,375 km². The PIB per capita in 2013 was R$ 17,762.82 and the Municipal Human Development Index (IDHM) was 0.696 (2010). In the region, there are organizations from various sectors of our economy, highlighting a strong trade and a small and medium-sized industry added to some major industries of prominence in the national and international scenario, such as Multilab/Takeda, GKN do Brasil, SYL, New Free, Grupo Lebes, COMAP and Gerdau group, as well as coal and mining companies (Tractebel-Suez Group). Ulbra São Jerônimo was installed in 1990. The current offer of courses and services can be checked on the website www.ulbra.br/sao-jeronimo. Torres The city of Torres is located on the North Coast of Rio Grande do Sul, 197 km from Porto Alegre. It has 34,656 inhabitants in an area of 160,565 km². The main access roads to the city are BR 101 and Estrada do Mar (RS 389). The PIB per capita is R$ 19,966.52 (2013) and the Municipal Human Development Index (IDHM) is 0.762 (2010). Torres presents one of the most valuable economic forces in the northeastern area of Rio Grande do Sul, being prosperous in commerce, industry, construction, handicrafts, and tourism. Its agriculture is rich and abundant, producing rice, beans, corn, bananas, tobacco, sugarcane, and cassava. The production of tomatoes, peppers, cabbage, and carrots has grown a great deal. In the production of cattle, the bovine stands out. The region, with its natural beauties, its mild climate, the vastness of its white beaches, attracts thousands of people from all over Brazil and also from neighboring countries. Ulbra Torres was installed in 1992. The current offer of courses and services can be checked on the website www.ulbra.br/torres. 11


Ulbra in Numbers Data Undergraduate students

2015 35.537

Postgraduate students Lato Sensu

297

Postgraduate students Stricto Sensu

328

Agreements with Foreign Universities

46

International mobility - Ulbra student

6

International mobility - Foreign student

5

Internal mobility

5

Internship student Ulbra

7

Science without Borders

6

Teachers at Graduation

1.139

Postgraduate Teachers Technical-Administrative Collaborators

189 1.448

Undergraduate courses

143

Lato Sensu Courses

69

100% PROUNI scholarship

9.365

Agreements with Companies

200

Companies in the Incubator and Ulbratech Technology Park

18

Community Projects - Extension

67

Service Provision

35

Research Project

136

Institutional Policies Corporate Governance According to the Statute of the Maintaining Entity, in its Art. 33, Universidade Luterana do Brasil, in the form of the current legislation, is endowed with administrative, didactic-scientific, financial, patrimonial and disciplinary autonomy. It is directed by a Rectory, which is composed of the Rector, Vice Rector, and Deans, in accordance with Article 16 of its Statute. According to Art. 12, the administration of the University is processed by means of organs of the superior administration: I – University Council – CONSUN The composition - Rector; - Vice Rector; - Dean of Administration Planning; - Academic Dean; - Campuses Directors; - Representatives of the coordinators of undergraduate courses by area of knowledge: Education; Humanities and Arts; Social Sciences, Business, and Law; Science, Mathematics and IT; Engineering, Production, and Construction; Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences; Health and Social Welfare; - Representative of the coordinators of the graduate programs stricto sensu; - Representatives of the faculty, by the Teachers’ Association; - Representatives of the technical-administrative staff, by the Association of Employees; - Pastoral representative; - Representative of the Maintaining Entity. 12


II – Rectory The supplementary bodies that make up the structure of the University have their attributions and ties defined in its Rules of Procedure, approved in the form of the Statute. The University Council is the highest deliberative body responsible for the definition and evaluation of policies and guidelines for teaching, research, and extension. It is composed of the rector, as president, the vice rector, the deans, campuses directors and representatives of different sectors of the academic community, organized civil society and Maintaining Entity. Attributions, competencies, and criteria for decisions of the University Council are considered and adopted in the form of the staff Regulations. The Rectory is the university’s top executive body. The functions, competencies and decision criteria of the Rectory are contemplated and approved in the form of the statute of Ulbra. Other collegiate bodies of Ulbra are: - Collegiate of Rectorship: The advisory body, chaired by the rector, who monitors the exercise of university functions, supervising the academic-administrative management, coordinating and integrating the activities of technicaladministrative support and taking care to comply with the legislation and norms of higher education. - The Academic Dean Collegiate: Advisory body, chaired by the Academic Dean and constituted by the Board of Directors of the Academic Dean, which monitors pedagogical processes and institutional guidelines aimed at the inseparability between teaching, research and extension. It participates in the discussion, when consulted, of strategic definitions related to the duties of this Office and its legal representative. - Collegiate of the Office of Planning and Administration: Advising body, chaired by the Dean of Planning and Administration and constituted by the Board of Directors of this Office, which monitors and supports the development of the strategic indicators of Ulbra, guiding corrective actions in relation to the established objectives. It participates in the discussion, when consulted, of strategic definitions related to the duties of this Office and its legal representative.

Education Policy Ulbra’s Education Policy for graduation is based on the integration of teaching with research and extension, aiming at academic and professional quality training. It cultivates and promotes a practice based on ethical and Christian principles that enable the construction of technical-scientific knowledge, the cultural improvement and the development of a reflexive, critical and responsible thought, that impels the socio-political-economic transformation of society. These are basic principles of this policy: Ensure the coherence between the courses of the units by means of: - Curricular and methodological unit; - Identity profile proper to the University and to each course; - Commitment to the institutional mission; - Clarity regarding its mission, the profile of the professional that will deliver to society - Guarantee of the insertion of graduates in the labor market; - Development of the ability to continue to learn in graduates; - To develop in graduates the capacity of adapting to new challenges with an innovative and entrepreneurial attitude; - To develop the profile of the graduates, besides the technical competence, a high public spirit, demonstrated by the commitment to the problems of the community and the environment; - Educate ethical graduates as citizens and as professionals. Support Center for Students (NADI) and the Support Center for Professors (NAD) The groups were established based on the recommendations of Rector’s Resolution Number 2 of April 2nd, 2014, and have the objective of aligning themselves with the policies of attending students and professors, as well as qualify the forms of didactic-pedagogical advice in the Institution. Such support, articulated with the needs of the courses, strengthens the University as a reference in higher education in its different modalities. The presence of groups in all units and their connection with the centers of EAD seeks to highlight the commitment

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to develop the mission and institutional identity, with a view to improving the teaching and learning processes, as well as to continue the work with a focus on knowledge and technical and personal training. Assuming a scenario in which innovation and the search for interdisciplinary knowledge, it sets new conditions for knowledge, aims to guarantee an academic formation based on the needs and motivations of the students, in the use of technologies and in the permanent formation of the educator (PPI Ulbra 2013). The Support Center for Students and the Support Center for Professors are made up of specialized professionals in psycho-pedagogical, psychological, pastoral and accessibility attending. In the year 2015, students, families, and professors made 669 visits. It should be pointed out the purpose of said groups: - Support Center for Students aims to follow the teaching and learning processes, performing more agile actions in the diagnosis of the difficulties encountered by undergraduate and graduate students of the face-to-face of and distance education modalities, as well as programs aimed to welcome, adapt, develop skills and reinforce students to stay in the university environment. - Support Center for Professors: with the purpose of acting in the basic processes of learning and teaching of the faceto-face and distance education modalities, involving the areas of academic management, continuing teacher training, pedagogical practices, psychological support, accessibility and pastoral. Institutional Program of Scholarship for Teaching Initiation (Pibid) To encourage the training of teachers to work in basic education and raise the quality of education and public school. These are the main objectives of the Institutional Program of Scholarship for Teaching Initiation (Pibid) of the Ministry of Education, managed by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (Capes). With the Transversal Themes in the Teaching Exercise project, Universidade Luterana do Brasil had its project for 2014-2017 approved by Capes, which considered the development of the program in six cities: Cachoeira do Sul, Canoas, Guaíba, Gravataí, Santa Maria e São Jerônimo. The program offers scholarship for teaching initiation for students of 12 undergraduate teaching courses of the faceto-face and distance education modalities, who attend teaching practices in public schools of partner cities. Participants are inserted in the quotidian of public schools, they plan and participate in methodological and technological experiences of innovative and interdisciplinary teaching characteristics. With this initiative, Pibid articulates higher education, schools and cities, seeking to overcome the problems identified in the processes of teaching and learning. Numbers: - Campi: 6 - Teaching courses: 12 - Subprojects: 21 - public primary education schools: 26 - Scholars: 1 institutional, 1 for management, 23 area coordinator (teaching degree), 33 supervision (elementary school teacher) and 209 of teaching initiation (undergraduate students). Research and Graduate Policies Recognizing the important social role that specialists, masters and doctors have in promoting the development and well-being of society and being an important component in the mission of the University, the Academic Dean proposes a Postgraduate Policy based on its research groups, that provides postgraduate education with international standards and in accordance with the norms stipulated by the Coordination Foundation for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (Capes) and the National Council of Education and its Board of Higher Education Teaching. Research at Ulbra, therefore, seeks to strengthen its vocation and achieve its excellence by stimulating and supporting the scientific attitude and everything that originates from it, supported by ethics. The University has, in the development of scientific and technological research, a valuable pedagogical and social tool for the achievement of its educational objectives. Making science, participating in basic or applied research activities, plays an important role in the training of 14


university students, encouraging and improving qualities that are reflected in the preparation of qualified professionals to face the problems of the day-to-day. Ulbra proposes Research Policies that prioritize the development of research in all areas of knowledge, with a view to advancing scientific knowledge. The conduct of research promotes technological innovation, scientific and technological exchange and dissemination, and contributes significantly to the training of human resources.

Research Project Unit

Number of Projects

Number of Researchers

3

4

109

98

Carazinho

3

3

Gravataí

7

4

Guaíba

2

2

Santa Maria

2

2

Torres

10

8

Total

136

121

Cachoeira do Sul Canoas

Search Groups Area: Life Sciences Group’s name

Axis in Ulbra

Health Promotion

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Systematics and Evolution of Neotropical Mammals

Environment

Bioactive Proteins and Peptides

Pharmacological and Molecular Biochemistry of Bioactive Compounds

Ciclotídeos Vegetables

Pharmacological and Molecular Biochemistry of Bioactive Compounds

Animal Health

Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences

Human Molecular Genetics

Biochemistry and Genetics of Human Diseases

Health Surveillance

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Endodontics

Health and Social Welfare

Bioinformática Estrutural

Pharmacological and Molecular Biochemistry of Bioactive Compounds

Cariology - in vitro study

Health and Social Welfare

Biology of Colon Tumors

Oncogenesis and Mutagenesis

Adult Health

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Human Care Management

Health Management Planning and Evaluation

Maternal and Child Health

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Occupational Safety and Health in Nursing

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Efficacy and Safety of Bioactive Drugs and Substances

Pharmacological and Molecular Biochemistry of Bioactive Compounds

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Animal Pathology

Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences

Heart - Injury, Inflammation and Adaptation

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Biomolecules in Disease Identification

Molecular Diagnosis

Medicine, Conservation and Management of Wild Animals

Agriculture and Veterinary

Toxigen - Genetic Toxicity Research

Oncogenesis and Mutagenesis

Center for Research on Stem Cells and Tissue Engineering

Stem Cells and Cell Therapy

Digestive Physiology - Oxidative Stress and Antioxidants

Pharmacological and Molecular Biochemistry of Bioactive Compounds

Performance Sports Medicine and Exercise Health and Performance

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Minerals of Brazil - who are they, what are they, where are they?

Environment

Pediatric Dentistry

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Anatomia Humana

Health and Social Welfare

Bucomaxillofacial Surgery and Traumatology

Health and Social Welfare

Physiotherapy in Musculoskeletal Dysfunctions

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Work Process in Nursing

Health Management Planning and Evaluation

Palynology

Environment

Communication Disorders and Stomatognathic System Dysfunctions

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Oral Diagnosis

Promotion and Surveillance in Health

Ecology and Conservation of Biodiversity of Southern Brazilian Elasmobranchs

Environment

Area : Social Sciences and Law

Group Name

Axis in Ulbra

Criminology and Transmutation

Law and Citizenship

Architecture and Urbanism in the North Coast of Rio Grande Economic and Social Development do Sul Joint Science of Criminal Law

Law and Citizenship

Participatory Management - Sustainable Development for the Carbopetrochemical Region

Economic and Social Development

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Area: Education, Humanities and Arts Group Name

Axis in Ulbra

Biblical Theology

Pedagogies and Policies of Difference

Information and Communication Technologies in Science and Mathematics Teaching

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Children and Youth Literature and Reading

Cultural Identities and Practices Ciências, Tecnologias e Currículo

Practices

Ciências, Tecnologias e Currículo

Teacher Training and Educational Intertextuality FORINTER

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Education Statistics

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Psychopedagogy, Ludicity and Processes of Teaching and Learning

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Distance Education myths and challenges

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Curriculum Studies in Mathematics Education

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Culture and Education

Cultural Identities and Practices

Interventions in Social Psychology Historical-critical

Humanities

Mental Health intervention and psychological assessment

Humanities

Initial and Continuing Education of Mathematics and Science Teachers

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Education and Transversality

Pedagogies and Policies of Difference

Cultural Patrimony and Identities

Heritage and Cultural Memory

Science and Mathematics Education for Sustainable Development

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Teaching Science and Mathematics in the Perspective of Inclusion

Social inclusion

Mathematical Learning Environments with the Inclusion of Social inclusion Informatics in Society Conception Formation and Ontological Change in Physics Teaching

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Education, Health, Assistive Technology and Citizenship of Social inclusion Persons with Deafblindness Information and Communication Technologies Applied to Education

Science, Technology and Curriculum

Area: Business and Management Group Name

Axis in Ulbra

Waste Management

Environment

Business and Social Management

Economic and Social Development

GELOG - Logistics Studies Group

Economic and Social Development

Participatory Management - Sustainable Development for the Region

Social Economic and Social Development

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Area : Technology, Innovation and Production

Group Name

Axis in Ulbra

Synthesis and Organic Analysis

Technology

Polymeric Materials

Materials Engineering

Construction

Materials Engineering

Energy and Technologies for Sustainable Development

Sustainable Processes

Materials for Production of Electric Power

Materials Engineering

Characterization and Development of Materials

Materials Engineering

Computational Chemistry

Technology

Automotive Technology

Sustainable Processes

Measurement and Instrumentation Systems

Materials Engineering

Environment Pollution

Sustainable Processes

Ulbra’s Postgraduate Policy is embodied in actions that make it possible to achieve quality goals in research, qualification of teaching staff, in particular the attendance to the demand for qualification for teachers teaching the Brazilian Language of Signals (Libras), of accessibility, special education, environmental education, indigenous and Afro-Brazilian history and culture, and violence and human rights, recommendation and qualification of courses in areas defined as strategic for institutional, regional and national development. The institution’s six stricto sensu graduate programs carry out this policy, promoting the training of technologically and scientifically competent professionals. All are recommended by the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (Capes), as presented below:

Graduate Programs Cellular and Molecular Biology Applied to Health (PPGBioSaúde) The Postgraduate Program in Cellular and Molecular Biology Applied to Health aims to train professionals, masters, and doctors, able to: - Generates innovative scientific knowledge to meet a national demand for science and technology that supports the social and economic development of the country, at a level of equality with other emerging countries; - Promotes the direct connection between scientific and technological development and its incorporation not only to the means of production but also to the scientific and academic environment; - Manipulates laboratory techniques, with technical competence and flexibility in the understanding of theoretical bases. Areas of Concentration: - Genetics and Molecular Biology of Human and Animal Pathologies (BIOMOL) - Cell Biology Applied to Human and Animal Health (BIOCEL)

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Education (PPGEDU) The Postgraduate Program in Education is composed of the academic master’s and Ph.D. degrees. The theoreticalconceptual focus of the courses articulates culture and education, taking as research fields artifacts of culture (films, newspapers, magazines, photographs, music, advertising, radio and television programs, books, etc.), normative devices (laws, rhetoric, theories, curricula, methods, fashions, public health programs, environmental policies, religious codes, traditions, school disciplines, etc.) and cultural practices (food, reading, sports, commodification, consumerism, caring, etc.), among many other manifestations that are fertile fields for analysis and reflection in education. Concentration Area: - Cultural studies in education Materials Engineering and Sustainable Processes (PPGEMPS) The Post-Graduate Program in Materials Engineering and Sustainable Processes is a professional master’s degree and aims to prepare trained professionals for technological and innovative studies in the development and sustainable use of materials and manufacturing processes that, in a broad way, contemplate cleaner production, low environmental impact and lower energy consumption, in technological topics applied to the productive sector. Concentration Area: - Materials and Processes Teaching Science and Mathematics (PPGECIM) The Graduate Program in Teaching Science and Mathematics is composed of the courses of academic master’s and doctorate and aims to promote and conduct research, qualifying and perfecting the researcher-teacher in elementary, middle and high school, in order to develop and foster a science and mathematics education that is consonant and in line with contemporary needs. The program concentrates activities and initiatives, always focusing on teaching science and mathematics as a set of proposals and projects linked to teaching Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science and Mathematics. It is structured in four lines of research: Teaching and Learning in Science and Mathematics Education, Science and Mathematics Education for Sustainable Development, Information and Communication Technologies for Science and Mathematics Teaching, and Teacher Training for Teaching Science and Mathematics. Concentration Area: - Science and Mathematics Teaching Genetics and Applied Toxicology (PPGGTA) The Postgraduate Program in Genetics and Applied Toxicology, professional master’s degree, has as objective the formation of professionals with a theoretical-practical domain to evaluate the possible pharmacological and/or toxicological activities of substances of natural or synthetic origin, supporting the regional and national industries that need qualified human resources for the pharmaceutical solution, as well as for the pre-clinical pharmacological and toxicological evaluation of efficacy (as recommended by ANVISA Resolution 17/2000 for the registration of medicines). Concentration Area: - Diagnosis - Pharmacology and Toxicology

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Dentistry (PPGODONTO) The Postgraduate Program in Dentistry aims to train critical professionals, reflective and innovative; to enable dental scientists to lead groups and conduct multi, inter and transdisciplinary research; and prepare the teacher-researcher to change the profile of dentistry, seeking to train the professional who will be an agent acting on future changes. Areas of Concentration: - Ontological Clinic - Restorative Dentistry - Oral Rehabilitation

Graduated in Graduate Programs Stricto Sensu Program

Formed

Master's Degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology Applied to Health

10

Master's in Education

6

Masters in Teaching Science and Mathematics

2

Master's Degree in Applied Genetics and Toxicology

5

PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology Applied to Health

5

PhD in Science and Mathematics Teaching

3

Doctorate in Dentistry

5

Total:

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Scholarships for Doctorate, Masters and Scientific and Technological Initiation of ULBRA - Institutional Scholarship Program for Scientific Initiation of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (PIBIC / CNPq) - 18 - Institutional Program of Initiatives in Technological Development and Innovation of the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (PIBITI / CNPq) - 7 - Institutional Program of Scientific Initiation Scholarships for High School (PIBIC-EM / CNPq) - 8 - Institutional Scholarship Program for Scientific Initiation of the Foundation for Research Support of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (PROBIC / FAPERGS) - 30 - Institutional Scholarship Program for Technological Development and Innovation (PROBITI / FAPERGS) - 11 - Program of Scientific and Technological Initiation of the Lutheran University of Brazil (PROICT / Ulbra) - 33 Ethics Committee on the Use of Animals The Ethics Committee on the Use of Animals (CEUA), created by Administrative Rule no. 926/10 of April 8th, 2010, is a collegiate, interdisciplinary, advisory, normative, deliberative, educational and supervisory body, and aims to evaluate the researches and classes developed with animals, carried out by teachers, students and technicians in the Institution, under the ethical and legal aspect, framed in the current legislation. CEUA has its powers defined by Law No. 11,794 of October 11, 2008, in which ethics will be present in all research projects and practical classes that need to use animals, applying the concepts of reducing the number of copies used and replacing them with alternative methods whenever possible. Representatives of Ulbra (teachers) - 12 Representative of Society for the Protection of Animals - 2 Projects evaluated in 2015 - 74

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Ethics Committee on Human Research The Committee on Ethics in Research in Human Beings (CEP) plays an advisory and educational role, encouraging reflection on ethics in science; assesses the ethical aspects of all research involving human beings; safeguards the rights and dignity of research subjects; contributes to the quality of research and to the discussion of the role of research in institutional development and social development of the community; accompanies the development of projects; receives from the investigating parties or from any other party allegations of abuses or notification of adverse events that may alter the normal course of the study and establishes a complaint to the management of the Institution in case of reports of irregularities of ethical nature in research. Its composition is multidisciplinary, taking into account the provisions of Operational Norm No. 001 of 2013. Among the members, there are professionals from the following areas medicine, dentistry, nursing, psychology, math, chemistry, physiotherapy, education, physical education, administration, and philosophy, plus a representative of users, making a total of 24 members. 23 Ulbra representatives (teachers) - 23 Community Representative - 1 Projects evaluated in 2015 - 58

Innovation Policy Ulbra’s Innovation Policy aims to promote the use of knowledge generated by scientific and technological research, with the purpose of seeking the development of all the regions where it is inserted. This policy identifies, supports, promotes and implements partnerships with companies, institutions, and governments. Among the institutional actions to promote innovation and entrepreneurship is Ulbra Innovation Network (Ulbratech). Ulbratech Technology Parks and Incubators demonstrate the University’s purpose in contributing to regional development through innovation promoted with technology-based companies. The Parks and Technological Incubators aim at: - Providing a favorable environment for innovation with the University and companies; - Attracting investments in research and development projects to act in innovation projects with the University; - Stimulating the transfer of technology between Ulbra and the companies installed in the Technology Park; - Encouraging the interaction between Ulbra and the companies; - Providing structure for advice on all aspects related to production and management of innovation; - Following projects and contracts carried out within the scope of Ulbra that deal with innovation or that may result in intellectual creation or in a new venture; - Establishing a network of cooperation between Ulbra’s Technology Parks, integrating with other national and international parks in this segment. - Ulbra Innovation Network project - Ulbratech is being implemented and developed in three higher education units in Rio Grande do Sul: - Ulbratech Technology Incubator - Canoas - 6 companies - Carazinho - 3 companies - Torres - 1 company - Ulbratech Technology Park - Canoas - 8 companies

Extension Policy Based on the concept that university extension, “under the constitutional principle of the inextricable connection between teaching, research, and extension, is an interdisciplinary, educational, cultural, scientific and political process that promotes the transformative interaction between university and other sectors of society “ (Forum of Pro-Rectors of Extension of Brazilian Public Universities - FORPROEX, 2012) and in line with the guidelines established by the United Nations (ONU), the Extension Policy at Ulbra has as its objectives:

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- To carry out the university extension in an institutional, interdisciplinary and multicampi way, contributing to the equation of social, economic and political problems of the society, especially those lived in the communities in which it is inserted; - To contribute to the improvement of the ethical, citizen, political, scientific and technical training of the students, teachers, and collaborators of the University; - To promote the exchange between systematized-academic and popular knowledge. Currently, the Academic Dean promotes an Institutional Extension Policy associated with the social commitment to promoting democratic values, equality and social development, in order to meet the demands of society and the strengthening of the vocations of the various higher education units. For this end, it broadens its scope of work, guiding it in 11 institutional programs, as follows: Accessibility: processes of attention, emancipation, and inclusion of people with disabilities, physical, sensory and mental disabilities, syndromes, chronic diseases, high skills, among others; studies in ergonomics; promotion, defense and guarantee of rights; development of intervention methodologies. Cultural and Artistic Actions: cultural development; creation and performance of dance, theater, music, folklore, handicrafts, visual, graphic and visual arts; production and dissemination of information and didactic material in the area; multicultural actions, involving the various areas of communication and cultural and artistic diffusion. Communication, Media and Marketing: methodology of critical analysis about the communicative phenomena in the productions of the media; the preparation, implementation and evaluation of strategic communication and marketing plans (advertising, advertising and public relations); communication support to social mobilization programs and projects, government and civil society organizations; contemporary media, multimedia, web-design, digital art; information dissemination vehicles, printed and electronic; promotion of didactic use of the media and educational actions on the media. Regional Development: urban and rural regional planning to address the problems of the local population; studies on integrated regional development; urban and rural modes of life and diversification of family social forms; socioeconomic analysis of agroindustrial chains; technical assistance; Socio-environmental dynamics; agras biotechnology; socioenvironmental dynamics; agras biotechnology; strategies for producing sustainable tourism itineraries; agroindustry; evaluation of intervention processes and methodologies. Education and Training: education and citizenship; encouragement of reading and literacy; teaching/learning processes in reading, writing, and foreign languages; development of teaching methodologies for face-to-face and distance education; teacher training and enhancement; promotion and support of job opportunities; cooperatives and joint ventures; professional technical training. Public and Institutional Management: administrative and organizational strategies in public, private and third sector bodies and institutions; regional and local public policy systems; analysis of the impact of social, economic and demographic factors on public policies; training, qualification and qualification of people who work in public systems. Environment and Sustainability: global assessments of environmental impact, including storage, water management and recycling, and waste management and pollution control; energy; biofuels; bioprospecting; environmental education and sustainability processes; citizenship and the environment; sustainable architecture; agribusiness and eco design. Social Memory and Cultural Heritage: preservation and diffusion of artistic, cultural, historical, natural, material and immaterial heritage; training, organization and maintenance of memory centers (museums, libraries, cultural centers, archives and other cultural organizations), collections and holdings; restoration of movable and immovable property of recognized cultural value; heritage education and environmental education; processes of construction of cultural identities (ethnicity, gender relations, women). Quality of Life and Health: care of the human being (child, adolescent, young, adult and elderly), including actions for education and health promotion, protection and rehabilitation of diseases; sports and leisure practices; processes of care and inclusion of the elderly; processes for the promotion and assistance of animal health. Technology, Production, and Innovation: development of products or processes; growth and productivity; innovations and the labor market; institutions, science, and technology; strategic areas; processes of social technology development; between science, technology and society. 22


Violence and Human Rights: violence, gender issues, ethnicity, sexual orientation, cultural diversity, religious beliefs; promotion, defense and guarantee of rights; conflict mediation; attention to victims of violent crime; witness protection; projects for the defense, protection and promotion of human rights; legal and judicial assistance, individual and collective, educational and preventive actions to use drugs and to guarantee human rights; planning, implementation and evaluation of intervention processes and methodologies; community policing. In the attached documents, at the end of this publication, Ulbra presents the projects of services, other extension activities and community projects developed in 2015, its proposal, public serviced and investments made (referring to allocation of teaching hours, not including the costs of infrastructure and materials). These projects are governed by annual calls for proposals, with a focus on meeting community demands and academic training. There were 67 projects, 59,136 direct beneficiaries, 932 academics and 128 teachers involved and an amount of investments of R $ 1,728,393.04 in teacher remuneration. In addition to community projects, 35 service projects (see attachments), which account for 13,155 beneficiaries, including assistance to human and animal health, education and vocational training, technical reports, legal and judicial assistance, assistance to the public in spaces of culture, science and technology, activities, with an investment of R$ 1,033,178.40. It is important to highlight partnerships with public and private institutions and ongoing dialogue as a trademark of the Institution’s community projects that concretize the concept of extension as the ethos of dialogue of knowledge and academic, professional and citizen formation. The calendar of integrated community actions, in turn, promotes the interlocution of the different projects in development with the academic community in general under the aegis of specific themes: Education, Promotion, and Defense of Human Rights; Environmental Education; Culture - Intercultural Dialogue; Social Responsibility, Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous Identity. In 2015, there were 624 events promoted in face-to-face units and distance education centers with a broad teacher and student participation. Extension forums carried out in the different units and carried out by teachers and students, promote the exchange of experiences and lessons learned in the projects developed. Other Extension Activities During the period comprising February and December 2015, 747 extension activities were carried out in nine Ulbra campuses in Rio Grande do Sul and at the distance education centers of the University in Brazil. A total of 100,409 participants attended workshops, lectures, and courses on various topics, such as adapted mobility, legal medicine, Brazilian Language of Signals (Libras), forensic toxicology, educational forums, commemorative dates, among other actions of interest directly related to the demands of the institution’s academic community. Details in annexes. Instituto de Línguas da Ulbra (Ilulbra) Language Institute of Ulbra(Ilulbra) The Language Institute of Ulbra (Ilulbra) empowers students, staff and the foreign community in English and Spanish languages, besides offering a qualification in the Portuguese language for foreigners. Its institutional base is located in the Canoas unit and, in 2015, began its expansion process along the other units of Rio Grande do Sul, and opened a Gravataí Unit, offering formal activities of the Institute. As an incentive to the study of foreign languages, Ilulbra grants promotional discounts of 50% on the value of tuition fees for University students, employees, and graduates. In 2015, 265 students used this benefit. In addition to offering regular language courses, the Institute carries out the following activities: Placement Test: When candidates present prior knowledge in English or Spanish, they may request an assessment of their language level prior to enrollment. A teacher of the Institute carries out this activity, for free. In 2015, 43 free leveling tests were carried out. Application of Proficiency Tests in English and Spanish: These examinations are intended for the evaluation of knowledge in a foreign language, in order to carry out master’s and doctoral studies, in accordance with Resolution No. 11/69 of the Federal Council for Education (CFE). In this activity, candidates are tied to Ulbra’s own Stricto Sensu Graduate Programs, as well as other universities, both in Rio Grande do Sul and in other Brazilian states. In 2015, 152 English language proficiency exams and 77 Spanish proficiency exams were applied. Application of Examination of Proficiency in Portuguese for Foreigners, Portuguese Language for Deaf Students and English Language for Foreign Studies: In 2015, 154 tests were applied. 23


Ilulbra Learning Festival: In order to encourage the practice of the foreign language, interaction with other cultures, as well as the dissemination of its activities, Ilulbraimplemented in 2014 the Ilulbra Learning Festival - a free event open to all interested parties and it takes place every six months. The second edition took place in June and the third in October 2015, offering lectures and games, focusing on learning the foreign language, covering 68 participants in both editions. Interface with the International Relations Office: Ilulbra intermediates the contact of its students with the Advice of International Relations of Ulbra, a sector that fosters, articulates and administers cooperation between the University and institutions of higher education in various countries, with which it maintains cooperation agreements. These actions may result in the participation of Ilulbra students in foreign exchange programs, as well as their participation in the Academic Mobility Program. At the same time, the Institute participates, as a guest, in actions promoted by the International Relations Office of the University, encouraging the appreciation of the culture of other countries, as well as promoting their offer of courses and other activities. Environmental Education The Natural Sciences Museum of Ulbra (MCNU), located in the Canoas Unit, has achieved recognition in different areas of Brazilian and international society. The propulsive activities that allow achieving this highlight follow in three directions teaching, extension, and research activities. A set of routines approaches the MCNU and the University of the student community, because there is a wide interaction in the environment of primary and secondary schools, which results in a contribution of education through community work, such as educational lectures on different subjects, including health and environment, which reach around one thousand students per semester. In return for this activity, the Museum receives visits from these schools, from the families of the children and adolescents served, among other groups, who also know the MCNU Permanent Exhibition, located in another privileged area of the Canoas campus. The Museum and the Permanent Show extend its extensionist activity every year. They participate in internal institutional cultural events and actions, such as the Ulbra Canoas Environment Week and ExpoUlbra 2015, which received thousands of visitors for three days. Externally, the MCNU traveled with its traveling exhibition and integrated the activities of Ulbra in a school of the municipality, National Day of Social Responsibility in Higher Education, promoted by the Brazilian Association of Holders of Higher Education (ABMES). Thus, an annual public of around eight thousand people is capitalized, which is amplified expressively with the publicity in the media in the metropolitan region of Porto Alegre and in the interior of Rio Grande do Sul. The Museum’s important scientific collection serves as the basis for publications of the researchers who use this space, allowing the insertion between different instances of the society the scientific, from the production of scientific articles and books; The public power, when participating in the formation of opinion or from the formulation of technical reports; and with the academy, in an inter and intramural scope, since this production contributes to the support of a quality teaching to the students of the University. At the same time, there are activities of extension and research of different undergraduate and postgraduate courses, lectures and internships. Considering the scope of the museological activity, to inventory the numbers of people affected, it becomes somewhat subjective, since the dissemination in the national and international media is incalculable. In 2015, 17 schools in Canoas region benefited from the work of the Museum, reaching 796 students. As a university internship market, 12 scholars benefited. The space hosted 120 events and activities.

Internationalization Policy The Academic Mobility Program is subdivided into International Mobility through an agreement with 46 foreign universities, and the Internal Mobility, performed in any of the 15 units of Aelbra Maintainer in the country. Thus, members of the academic community can stay, one to two semesters, at a university or another unit of Ulbra, in order to carry out disciplines, research and extension projects, among other activities. The Technical-Scientific Cooperation Program aims to foster actions of international scientific cooperation with foreign universities with an academic, cultural, technological and service nature. It is especially intended for Ulbra’s graduate programs, with the possibility of expanding cooperation to other foreign organizations, such as cities, technology parks or research institutes. In addition to managing the flows of the programs mentioned, this policy organizes events to inform opportunities abroad and disseminate cultural information from countries, like Evening of Nations, at Ulbra Canoas, among others.

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Several students have already completed the Academic Mobility Program, until 2015: - ULBRA students at partner universities - 6 - Internship student at Ulbra - 7 - Foreigners received at Ulbra - 5 - Internal Mobility Program - 5 - Science without Borders - 6 In 2015, Ulbra ended the year with partner institutions in 16 countries: Argentina, Alemanha, Bélgica, Bolívia, Canadá, Chile, China, Colômbia, Espanha, Estados Unidos, França, Itália, México, Moçambique, Portugal e Uruguay. In these partnerships, the insertion of its researchers in research projects of international networks stands out. The Canoas Unit’s Social Communication course, for example, integrated, from 2013 to 2015, a network of 23 countries who addressed the Leadership in Public Relations and Communication Management, coordinated by the University of Alabama in the United States, and the Latin American Communication Monitor, led by the University of Florida, United States, and Rey Juan Carlos University, Spain. The main event in the international area is the Evening of Nations, aimed at presenting the exchange students at Ulbra and the international experiences of its students, in addition to informing sociocultural and political-economic aspects of different countries. In 2015, the 6th Evening of Nations was dedicated to Poland bringing together the students to present characteristics of their respective nations, especially dance and cooking. In addition to the Evening, different events were organized with representatives of foreign universities, aimed at orienting the academic community on scholarships in different countries, as well as training programs at different levels of education. Ulbra received 3 delegations of teachers and students from the United States, Chile and Colombia in 2015. These visits promoted the discussion and articulation of joint research projects, the signing of a framework agreement or extension courses, prepared according to the demand of foreign higher education institutions.

People Management Policy Ulbra adopts as a fundamental principle that guides its Human Resources Policy (teachers, tutors, and technicaladministrative) valuing and respecting the professionals who work in the development and implementation of its institutional university project, with a view to the good performance of its functions. Ulbra’s guiding principles for the establishment of a Human Resources Policy are: - Dignity of the human person - the philosophical basis of Ulbra’s organizational policy is the dignity of the human person made in the image and likeness of God, worthy of all good, all justice, all truth that liberates, all promotion and improvement; - Human coexistence - the promotion of human values of democratic and productive coexistence in an atmosphere of mutual cooperation and respect; - Organizational unit - organizational unit of vision, future vision, social and scientific mission and Christian values to be experienced and disseminated; - Cost-benefit - every action and decision should be viewed and analyzed as having costs and benefits for all stakeholders. The basic guidelines of the University’s personnel management policy are: - Promotion of working conditions conducive to the professional development of employees; - Offer of benefit plan to technical-administrative employees, teachers, and their dependents, aiming at their constant training and professional improvement; - Promotion of preventive measures and actions focused on safety, health, physical and mental integrity in the work environment; - Permanent dialogue and mobilization of employees in pursuit of institutional strategic objectives; - Development of leaders who inspire by personal example, pointing out goals, paths and balancing the requirement and affectivity in the search of the desired results; - Consolidation of a highly qualified teaching staff that responds in quality and quantity to the university functions in teaching, research, extension and culture, seeking to meet the standards and fixed quality indicators by MEC; - Recruitment and selection, internal and external, of qualified professionals, through a specific policy for teachers, tutors, and technical-administrative established in the respective Career Plans; - Institutional qualification of employees in their area of activity, through courses offered at the lato sensu and stricto sensu levels of the Institution or through internal and external refresher courses; - Identification and development of individual and collective competences; - Training and institutionalized and permanent training according to the training matrix;

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- Establishment of the criteria for the evaluation of the performance of the employees according to their career plan and as a subsidy for the training and development system.

Social Responsibility Policy Ulbra understands social responsibility as a commitment to the development of the regions in which it is inserted, through the establishment of a network of permanent cooperation with diverse organizations of scientific, technological, environmental, cultural and social character. This interaction includes the implementation of courses, the promotion of events, the provision of services and the development of extension projects in all units of higher education, face-to-face, and distance education, as presented in the extension policy. In addition to the presented, through Prouni and scholarships for teaching, research, and extension, Ulbra includes about 12,858 students in its higher education units, The University Chaplaincy carries out relevant community actions in different Ulbra Units. Check out more information in the attachments. With regard to cultural and artistic activities, the Chamber Orchestra of Ulbra, created in July 1996, stands out in order to add to the University’s initiatives in the areas of culture and community programs. Since then, the orchestra has developed several Seasonal Concerts projects with a scholarly approach; Didactic Concerts, aimed at the schools of the public education system, attending children from 8 to 12 years, aiming at the formation of the audience and the contact with the orchestra music; and Popular Concerts, which offer other strands of orchestrated music. Concerning the Seasonal Concerts, they present important work of erudite repertoire, covering compositions from the baroque to the contemporary period, mixing proposals of genres besides the scholars, with emphasis on Brazilian music, having as objectives: - To democratize access to classical music; - To encourage the exchange of cultures through the presentation of repertoire between the scholar, the contemporary and classics of all genres; - To seek the participation of soloists of national and international renown in the concerts of the capital; - To bring to the public of the cities of the interior the opportunity of contact with the music of orchestra between the scholar and the great classics of all the genres. The average annual audience is around 5,200 spectators. Each concert is invited by musicians of expression in the cultural scene of Brazil and other countries to perform with the Ulbra Chamber Orchestra. The project contributes to the development of erudite music in Rio Grande do Sul, providing unforgettable spectacles. In the concerts, a little of the history of the world’s music is presented to the public, through compositions of styles that pass between the baroque and the contemporary, passing through the instrumentations of each epoch. Considering the exchange of musical techniques and a cultural frontier that will be established during the course of the project, the initiative will give musicians an artistic maturity and the general public qualified and critical access in relation to classical music. In the city of Porto Alegre, the concerts take place in the Leopoldina Juvenil Association, for 12 years, whose concert hall is considered of acoustic excellence, with a capacity for 700 spectators. In view of the gratuity and the proposal of internalization, the concerts aim at reaching all social classes, of different ages and cultural levels. The data below show the scope of this institutional program in the year 2015.

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Didactic Concerts Number of concerts by Rouanet Law 5 Total amount raised R$ 60,000.00 Average audience per concert 400 children Total public 2,000 children Cities served: Cachoeira do Sul, Canoas, Gravataí, Santa Maria and Torres Number of concerts by LIC/RS: 7 Total amount raised R$ 139,000.00 Average audience per concert 500 children Total audience 3,500 children Cities served: Alvorada, Canoas, Esteio, Gravataí, Novo Hamburgo and São Jerônimo Seasonal Concerts Number of concerts 9, 4 of them without sponsorship and 5 with LIC / RS resources Own invested resources R$ 60,000.00 Total amount raised R$ 190,000.00 Each concert sponsored by LIC was invited to a social project focused on music. Representatives of the projects Tchelistas and Prelúdio Average audience per concert 650 spectators Total attendance 5,850 spectators Popular Concerts Number of concerts 2 Project sponsored by LIC / RS Total amount raised R$ 230.00,00 Total amount invested R$ 150,000.00 Audience per concert 1,100 Total audience 2,200 spectators Concerts in Campi Number of concerts 7 Own invested resources R$ 15,000.00 Average audience per concert 350 spectators Total audience 2,450 Cities served: Cachoeira do Sul, Gravataí, Guaíba, Porto Alegre, Santa Maria, São Jerônimo and Torres

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Accessibility Policy The University is both a producer of higher education that prepares highly qualified professionals, as an instance of developing channels of coexistence and training of people, where all students, collaborators, teachers and the community, in general, must be included, considering their differences and individual needs, in order to experience belonging to the Institution. The full integration of people will only be attended as long as there is access to all the spaces available at the University, which are: library, laboratories, classrooms, work environments, spaces of sports, leisure, restaurants, transportation, etc. In this sense, Ulbra’s Permanent Accessibility Program, in line with current legislation, acts in articulation with the Centers for Teaching / Student Support, administrative support (Human Resources, Engineering / Architecture) and Pastoral. Their actions are aligned with those of extension, research, and teaching, both in face-to-face and distance education. In 2015, the University implemented the PPA representation in all its Units, serving 160 students with some type of disability. In this way, it ensures the full compliance of the guiding principles of its actions in the area, which are based on three main aspects studies of actions in the area: actions studies (monitoring of reality), interventions (adjustments) and training (training actions), contemplating the eight areas or sectors, designated by the Ministry of Education, in which accessibility can be divided, namely: accessibility attitudinal; architectural design; methodological / pedagogical; programmatic instrumental; in transport; communications and digital. Among the actions developed by the PPA, - Support for pedagogical processes, both in the care of students and teachers (availability of Libras interpreters, lecturers, materials with specific preparation and training of teachers, among others); - Promotion of specific events focused on the debate on themes related to accessibility; - Promotion of studies on accessibility; - Promotion of the development of specific projects of interest to the area; - Promotion of academic production in the area; - Interface with the development of community projects related to the area; - Providing training and qualification courses for professionals who work directly or indirectly with people with disabilities, such as Approach to citizenship to Persons with Disabilities, Pounds, Audio description and others; - Execution and legal, administrative, institutional, practical, and operational execution of actions and projects to be implemented by Ulbra in the field of accessibility; - Monitoring of the improvement of physical spaces, with a view to the attention of the demands presented by people with disabilities or reduced mobility; - Support to the Human Resources area, with a view to selecting people with disabilities for the functional staff, better integration of employees with disabilities in the work environment, as well as the reception and development of these people; - Interface with segments of organized civil society related to the area, as well as with bodies such as councils, secretariats, and coordinators promoting public policies for people with disabilities. In decision-making, under the PPA, the following guidelines are present: - Each person should be considered as first and only; - Attention must be individual, contemplating the demands of each one; 28


- Attention must be individual, contemplating the demands of each one. In this way, the University proposes to discontinue the traditional ‘paternalistic / assistentialist’ way with which disability issues are historically addressed, instituting a new paradigm centered on the universal values of citizenship and human rights. Of the events held in 2015, - 2nd Ulbra Week of Accessibility - held in May, in Ulbra Units in Cachoeira do Sul, Canoas, Carazinho, Distance Education, Gravataí, São Jerônimo and Torres. Total activities performed: 60 People benefited: 3,988 - 2nd Ulbra Week of the Person with Disability - held in August, in Ulbra Units in Cachoeira do Sul, Canoas, Carazinho, EAD, Guaíba, Gravataí, Porto Alegre, São Jerônimo, Santa Maria and Torres. Total activities performed: 76 People benefited: 1,920 Vocal Health Program in Teaching Constitution of a program aimed at teachers linked to Ulbra contemplating: - Videos, guidelines manual, data collection form on vocal health and the realization of pilot workshops with undergraduate teachers, with members of the Collegiate of the Rectory and participants in the Strategic Planning Meeting of the Maintaining Entity, Ulbra; - Participants 116 people; - Preparation of virtual workshops, to be offered by NetAula

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Students with Disabilities in Ulbra Units 2015 Type of disability

Amount

Blindness

6

Low vision

19

Deafness

11

Hearing deficiency

17

Hearing Deficiency

35

Intellectual disability

7

Psychosocial Disability

4

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Cultural Diversity Ulbra’s Center for Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous Studies (NEABI), founded on May 27, 2014, at the Canoas campus, is in line with the National Curricular Guidelines for Ethnic-Racial Relations Education and for the Teaching of Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous History and Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous Culture, envisaged in Law 11,645 of March 10, 2008, and in Resolution CNE / CP No. 01 of June 17, 2004. The approved guidelines are based on the affirmative action policy, recognition, valorization and affirmation of rights free from any kind of racial, social and cultural discrimination; the recognition and appreciation of the history, culture and identity of the descendants of Africans; the formation of citizens in a multicultural and multiethnic society; and appreciation of indigenous cultures and respect for their rights, as well as afro-Brazilians and Asians. In this context, the University maintains in the quotidian of the training of undergraduate academics different actions, valuing diversity, aiming at the promotion of knowledge, attitudes, and values that educate them as citizens in building a democratic nation. Among the various actions implemented through curricular or extracurricular activities, passing through the different courses, it is possible to highlight: study of contents related to indigenous and afro-Brazilian cultures in disciplines of universal formation (Religious Culture and Society and Contemporaneity); and in the discipline Studies of Afro-Brazilian and Indigenous Ethnic Relations; conducting lectures and events with scholars of the subject and personalities linked to social movements; deepening of studies through research and similar activities; promotion of cultural and artistic actions, among others. Another point to highlight is the inclusion of the theme of ethnic-racial relations in the continuing pedagogical training of the University’s teachers, because there is an understanding of the complexity involved in the process of building the black identity in the country and the belief that the academic environment has full conditions to collaborate with the fight against racism, discrimination, exclusion, injustice and preconception. In an interdisciplinary way, the different courses have held lectures and events with scholars of the subject and other personalities linked to social movements; deepening of studies through research and other similar activities; promotion of cultural and artistic activities, among others. Ulbra, in partnership with the Municipal Health Department of Canoas, develops a project called Quilombolas. The objective of this project is to serve the descendant community of Africans in their origin, residents of Mathias Velho neighborhood, to improve the health of this population, to know its peculiarities and to link this population to the health system. Participants in this project are the students of the ninth semester of the Medicine course, accompanied by a teacher of the course. 30


Environmental Management and Landscaping The environmental issue is the most important political issue in contemporary globalized society. Considering the current model of ecologically unsustainable economic development and responsible for the growing over-exploitation and by regional exhaustion of natural resources, environmental preservation has become decisive for peaceful concert among nations. The environmental crisis demands a transdisciplinary approach, since it has educational, scientific, ethical-moral, legal, economic, psychosocial, epistemic, and demographic and other dimensions, and thus involves the entire human society. In this urgent and complex scenario, according to the guidelines of CNE Resolution No. 2 of June 15, 2012, which establishes the National Curricular Guidelines for Environmental Education, Ulbra, aware of its socio-environmental responsibility as a higher education institution, assumes the role of protagonist in defining a strategic agenda of actions focused on environmental sustainability called the Agenda Ulbra Eco sapiens (Resolution CONSUN No. 31, of August 30, 2012). The Agenda Ulbra Eco sapiens is an institutional, strategic, integrated and multidisciplinary project, based on the systemic understanding of the environment. It considers the interdependence between the natural environment, the socioeconomic and the cultural, under the focus of environmental sustainability. It understands the exercise of citizenship intrinsically linked to the multiple dimensions of the environmental issue, for example political, legal, ethical, epistemic, educational, scientific, etc. It bases its decisions and actions on a humanist, democratic, participative and plural approaches, from the perspective of inter, multi and transdisciplinarity. As an example, some of the projects included in the Agenda: Museum of Natural Sciences, Socio-environmental Education Center, Screening and Recycling Unit, Reverse Logistics of Medicines and Implementation of Selective Collection in some Units. In 2015, Ulbra Environmental and Landscape Management Sector provided the following actions: - Entrance of the process of regularization of Environmental Licensing with Fepam; - Landscape maintenance in gardens and green areas; - Regularization of permits from Sanitary Surveillance; - Planning and development of the Solid Waste Management Plan of the Veterinary Hospital and Dentistry Clinics; - Continuous monitoring of contracts and suppliers related to the area, such as waste, water purification and pest control and issue of technical monitoring report; - Participation and monitoring of inspection bodies; - Search of suppliers and budgets for necessary services and equipment related to the areas of landscaping, environment and health surveillance; - Collection and destination of hazardous waste, such as lamps and chemical waste, from teaching and research laboratories (Class I); - Collection and adequate environmental destination of solid and recyclable residuals (Class II); - Technical support, surveys, and care of the Landscaping area in other Ulbra Units; - Lectures on environmental education, in the Month of the Environment, in the Ulbra School Network; - Participation in academic projects, such as ExpoUlbra; - Environmental study of vegetation for authorization of environmental organ for prunings of operational maintenance; - Technical feasibility of regularization of environmental licensing; - Daily rounds for effective waste management on campus; - Issuance of Technical Reports and presentation of monthly indicators to senior management; - Aedes aegypti combat and prevention activities.

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SERVICE PROVISION

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The provision of extension services is characterized by its academic and social nature being segmented in different modalities, with emphasis on human health care, technical reports, legal and judicial assistance. The table below summarizes the services provided by faculty-led academics in 2015, which include the investment of R $ 1,033,178.40 (one million, thirty-three thousand, one hundred and seventy-eight and forty cents ).

Types of Service

Number of beneficiaries

Legal

173

Dentistry

495

Psychological

1.105

Physiotherapist

3.430

Advice/Consulting

4.460

Animal Health Preventive Health

752 1.010

Sports Clubs

400

ENEM Preparatory Course

700

Pedagogical

230

Professional Orientation

400

Total:

13.155

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COMMUNITY PROJECTS

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Institutional Programs

Number of visits

Invested Amount (Teaching Hour)

1.Accessibility: processes of attention, emancipation and inclusion of people with physical, sensory and mental disabilities, syndromes, chronic diseases, high skills, among others; studies in ergonomics; promotion, defense, and guarantee of rights; development of intervention methodologies.

185

R$ 66,110.08

2.Communication, Media and Marketing: methodology of critical analysis of the communicative phenomena in productions of media; development, implementation and evaluation of strategic communication and marketing plans (advertising and public relations); communication support to social mobilization programs and projects, government and civil society organizations; contemporary media, multimedia web design, digital art; information broadcast media, printed and electronic; fostering the pedagogical use communication media and educational actions about media.

85

R$ 41,318.80

3.Education and Vocational Training: education and citizenship; encouraging reading and literacy; teaching/learning processes in reading and writing in foreign languages; development of methodologies for classroom and distance learning education; teacher training and enhancement; promotion and support of job opportunities; cooperatives and joint ventures; professional technical training.

5,433

R$$ 247,912.80

4. Environment and Sustainability: Global assessments of environmental impact, including water storage, management and recycling, and waste management and pollution control; energy; biofuels; bioprospecting; processes of environmental education and sustainability; citizenship and the environment; sustainable architecture; agribusiness and eco design.

11,124

R$ 231,335.28

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5. Social Memory and Cultural Heritage: Preservation and foment of artistic, cultural, historical, natural, material and immaterial patrimony; training, organization and maintenance of memory centers (museums, libraries, cultural centers, archives and other cultural organizations), collections; restoration of movable and immovable property of recognized cultural value; heritage education and environmental education; cultural identities (ethnicities, gender relations, women).

19,902

R$ 66,110.08

6. The quality of Life and Health: care of the human being (child, adolescent, young, adult and elderly), including actions for education and health promotion, protection and rehabilitation of diseases; sports and leisure practices; processes of attention and inclusion of the elderly; processes to promote and assist animal health.

18,502

R$ 898,082.24

7.Technology, Production, and Innovation: product or process development; growth and productivity; innovations and the labor market; institutions, science, and technology; strategic areas; processes of social technology development; relations between science, technology and society.

2,000

R$ 45,450.68

8.Violence and Human Rights: violence, gender issues, ethnicity, sexual orientation, cultural diversity, religious beliefs; promotion, defense and guarantee of rights; conflict mediation; attention to victims of violent crime; witness protection; projects for the defense, protection and promotion of human rights; legal and judicial assistance, individual and collective, educational and preventive actions to the use of drugs and to guarantee human rights; planning; implementation and evaluation of intervention processes and methodologies; community policing.

1,905

R$ 132,120.16

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Activities of Ulbra Canoas on the National Day of Social Responsibility in Higher Education

COMMUNITY ACTIONS OF UNIVERSITY CHAPLAINCY Ulbra’s social responsibility is intrinsic to its role as an educational institution committed to the community in which it operates. This responsibility, however, is not seen as an external demand, but emanates from the identity of the University and is reflected in its institutional project, which is aligned with the project of its Maintaining Entity, the Brazilian Educational Lutheran Association (Aelbra). Living the love committed to the well being of the other and to the care of creation is part of a vision of the world that is based on the love and care of God. Inspired by this vision and fostering it, the University Chaplaincy places itself before its social responsibility with gratitude and joy for the opportunity to serve. Thus, it leads and contributes to various projects and social actions, seeking to be salt and light, as inspired by the wellknown biblical metaphor.

Prodigal Son Cantata

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ULBRA IN SOCIETY Ulbra actively participates in entities, organs, and institutions, in which the organized community acts in favor of human and regional development: Cachoeira do Sul - Association of Psychologists of Cachoeira do Sul - Chamber of Agribusiness, Commerce, Industry and Services of Cachoeira do Sul (CACISC) - Regional Interagency Committee - 8 Region of Health (CIR Health) - Municipal Committee of Population in Situation of Street - School Council Barão do Rio Branco School - Municipal Council of Education (CME) - Regional Council of Administration (CRA) - Cooperative of Solidarity Recyclers in Defense of the Environment (COCARI) - Corede Jacuí Center (COREDE) - Regional Technical Health Group (GT Health) - Industrial Development Program of Cachoeira do Sul (PRODIC) Canoas - 1st Museological Region - SEM RS - Positive Agenda of the Municipality of Canoas (Sebrae Agenda) - Local Production Arrangement (APL) Electro-Electronic Automation and Control - Porto Alegre Hub - Caxias do Sul (APL Automation and Control) - Brazilian Association of Political Science (ABCP) - Brazilian Nursing Association (ABEN) - Brazilian Association of Studies and Research in Fashion (ABEPEM) - Brazilian Association of Pathology of Constructions (ALCONPAT BRASIL) - Brazilian Chemical Association (ABQ / RS) - Latin American Association of Political Science (ALASA) - National Association of Postgraduate and Research in Literature and Linguistics - GT Reading and Children and Youth Literature (ANPOLL) - Latin American Association of Magistrates, Officials and Operators of Children, Adolescents and Families - Rio-grandense Book Chamber - Teaching Committee of the Regional Council of Veterinary Medicine of RS (CRMV - RS) - Committee for Studies of Social Responsibility - Regional Council of Accounting RS (CRC - RS) - Special Commission for Children and Adolescents of the Brazilian Bar Association (CECA - OABRS) - Joint Commission of the Social Responsibility Award of the Legislative Assembly of RS (AL - RS) - Joint Commission of the Social Responsibility Award of the Legislative Assembly of RS (AL - RS) - Municipal Environmental Committee of Canoas (COMMA) - Lilás Network RS Committee - Coping with Violence against Women (Secretariat of Justice and Human Rights of RS) - Council of Taxpayers of the Municipality of Canoas (CCM - Canoas) - Council of Former Presidents and the Fiscal Council of the Brazilian Forum of Public Security, ONG based in the city of São Paulo - Deliberative Council 2015-2016 of the National Association of Veterinary Clinics of Small Animals of RS (ANCLIVEPARS) - Deliberative Council 2015-2016 of the National Association of Veterinary Clinics of Small Animals of RS (ANCLIVEPARS) - State Council of Cultural Policies of RS (CEPC - RS) - Municipal Council of Culture of Canoas (CMCC) - Municipal Council of Urban and Environmental Development - Canoas (CMDUA) - Municipal Council of Rights of the Elderly Person of Canoas (CMDPI) - Municipal Health Council - Canoas - Regional Accounting Council RS (CRC - RS) - Regional Council of Physical Education - Counselor (CREF2RS)

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- Regional Nursing Council (COREN) - Regional Council of Engineering and Agronomy (CREA / RS) - Regional Council of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy of the 5th Region (CREFITO - 5) - Regional Council of Speech Therapy of the 7th Region (CREFONO7) - Regional Chemistry Council (CRQRS) - Solidarity Economy Cooperative (Viva Móara) - School of Public Health (ESP) - State Forum for the Eradication of Child Labor RS - National Forum for Extension and Community Action of Community Universities and IES (FOREXT) - Worker’s Health Working Group (CREFONO7) (Workers’ Health Working Group) - Brazilian Concrete Institute (IBRACON) - Permanent Health Education Center of São Leopoldo (NUMESC) - Nucleus of Logistics of RS (INTELOG) - University Network of Latin America and the Caribbean for Disaster Risk Reduction - REDULAC / RRD® (REDULAC) - Researchers Network (RRD-BR) - Human Rights Network of the Secretariat of Justice and Security of RS (DHSJSRS) - Lilás Net RS - Sector of Confection of the Metropolitan Region (SEBRAE) - Brazilian Society of Mathematical Education (SBEM-RS) - Brazilian Society of Legal Psychology (SBPJ) - Canoas Engineering and Architecture Society (SEACA) - VI State Health Conference Carazinho - Commercial and Industrial Association of Carazinho (ACIC) - Commission of Collection of the Regional Museum Olívio Otto - Carazinho - Alto Jacui River Basin Committee (COAJU) - Carazinho Municipal Council for Children and Adolescents (CINDICACAR) - Municipal Council of Culture - Carazinho (CMC) - Council of the Elderly - Carazinho - Regional Development Council - Production Region (CORED) - Gaúcho Quality and Productivity Program - Carazinho (PGQP) Distance Education - Brazilian Association of Political Science (ABCP) - Latin American Association of Political Science (ALASA) - Municipal Environmental Committee of Canoas (COMMA) - State Forum for the Eradication of Child Labor – RS Guaíba - Brazilian Olympic Academy (AOB) - International Olympic Academy (AOI) - Association of Physical Education Teachers (APEF) - Latin Association of Philosophy of Sport (ALFiD) - State Sports Council of Rio Grande do Sul (CEEE-RS) - Regional Council of Administration of Rio Grande do Sul (CRA-RS) - Union of Administrators of Rio Grande do Sul (SINDAERGS) Santa Maria - Santa Maria Entrepreneurship Committee - Santa Maria Municipal Health Council (CMS) - Senior Council of the Santa Maria Development Agency (ADESM)

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- Superior Council of Santa Maria Tecnoparque (Tecnoparque) - Technical Forum of the Municipality / IPLAN Santa Maria São Jerônimo - Arrangement Local Product of the Naval Pole of Jacuí - St. Jerome (APL Polo Naval Jacuí) - Commercial and Industrial Association and Shopkeepers Directors Club - São Jerônimo, General Câmara and Triunfo (CDL / ACI) - Technical Chamber of Biodiversity of the Pampa Biome by the National Association of Municipal Environmental Organs (ANNAMA) - City Employment Commission - São Jerônimo (CME - SJ) - Basin Management Committee of Baixo Jacuí Basin (CGBHBJ) - Board of Directors of the Jacuí Delta Park (CDPDJ) - Municipal Development Council - São Jerônimo (COMUDE - SJ) - Municipal Council of the Environment of Charqueadas (COMUMA) - Municipal Council of Environment of São Jerônimo (CMMA) - National Environment Council (CONAMA) - Regional Development Council - Central South (COREDE CS) - Federasul - Delegation - Bird Watchers Forum of Brazil (AVISTAR) - Center for Technological Modernization of the Center-South Region (PMTEC CS) Torres - Brazilian Association of Traumato-Orthopedic Physiotherapy (ABRAFITO) - Brazilian Association of Intensive Care Therapy (ASSOBRAFIR) - Brazilian Association of Neurofunctional Therapy (ABRAFIN) - Association of Brazilian Intensive Medicine (AMIB) - Municipal Council of Environmental Compensation - Torres (CMCA) - Commission of Hospital Dentistry - Mampituba Committee (CMAMP) - Advisory Council / Itapeva State Park - Torres (CC / PEVA) - Council of Architecture and Urbanism (CAURS) - Council of Secretaries of RS - Emergency and Emergency Network SEMA (CPEI) - Itapeva State Park Council - Secretariat for Environment and Sustainable Development - SEMA (CPEI) - Council for Historic, Artistic and Cultural Heritage - Torres (COMPHAC) - Council for Historic, Artistic and Cultural Heritage (Representation of IABRS) (COMPHAC) - Council of the Master Plan of the Municipality of Torres - Torres Economic Development Management Council (CGDE) - Municipal Council for Children and Adolescents - Torres (COMDICO) - Torres Municipal Economic Development Council - Torres Municipal Education Council (CME / Torres) - Municipal Health Council - Três Cachoeiras (SMS) - Municipal Council for the Environment - Torres (COMMAM) - Municipal Council of the Master Plan - Torres (OAB / RS) - Regional Council of Administration (CRA) - Women Free Forum of Torres (FLMT)- Network of Protected Areas of the North Coast -Torres (RAPLN) - Rotary Club - Brazilian Society of Dental Surgeons (SOBRACID) - Brazilian Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology (SBGG) - National Society of Sports Physiotherapy (SONAFE)

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