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🧘‍♂️📚 Join us on October 25th at 12:30 in the library for a dialogue on stress and burnout, in collaboration with Nova SBE Pride Association where Mindspace Student Club will offer a guided meditation session. Let’s unwind and recharge together!  
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We have upgraded Marketline to GlobalData Explorer! GlobalData Explorer is a cross-sector platform providing actionable intelligence spanning 22 industries. Combining macroeconomic data and information on thousands of companies, Explorer offers you broad yet detailed coverage of the global trends that are shaping industries, impacting companies, and driving innovation.​​ Access can be found through the Business...
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The Teresa e Alexandre Soares dos Santos library is aligned with SDG 5 and committed to developing policies and services that promote gender equality. We had the first Library Dialogues promoted by NOVA SBE Pride Association last March, with a reflection on Gender Equality in Sports, namely on Surfing. Read more about this topic in...
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Reading can make the difference! The theme for this month: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all of all ages Titles for this month: “Happiness and Economics: How the Economy and Institutions Affect Human Well-Being” by Bruno S. Frey and Alois Stutzer, “Pricing the Priceless: a Health Care Conundrum” by Joseph P. Newhouse and...
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Our alignment with SGD4 this month reminded us of our purpose as an academic library. We advocate inclusive services and learning opportunities, as well as easy accessibility to knowledge. As an academic Library, our aim is to help you achieve the best results as a student. To do this, we try to have the best...
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« Around the world storms, floods and wildfires are intensifying. Air pollution sadly affects the health of tens of millions of people and unpredictable weather causes untold damage to homes and livelihoods too. » (COP 26 Explained, 2021) Climate change is no fiction, and as human beings, we need to step out from a self-centred...
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Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of people experiencing hunger globally and suffering from food insecurity had been rising gradually since 2014. The pandemic has increased the vulnerabilities and inadequacies of global food systems, potentially leaving hundreds of millions more people chronically undernourished and making the goal of ending hunger more difficult to achieve....
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We have books for you! This month we are curating content about “Poverty” and how to end it. The Library collection includes books on topics related to sustainable development, poverty eradication or gender equality in organizations. To contribute to the dissemination of knowledge on SDGs the library will highlight a set of books about each...
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