Top 10 similar words or synonyms for reitor

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As Pupilas do Senhor Reitor As Pupilas do Senhor Reitor is a Portuguese romance novel by Júlio Dinis, written in 1863 and published in 1867. It was a success, and followed with a number of similar themed novels such as "A Morgadinha dos Canaviais" (1868). The novel is set in the second half of the nineteenth century in a Portuguese village, and related the story of Margaret and Clara and her romances with the sons of the farmer, José das Dornas, Daniel and Pedro. It was adapted into three films: in 1922, in 1935 and in 1960.
As Pupilas do Senhor Reitor (film) As Pupilas do Senhor Reitor is a 1935 Portuguese film directed by José Leitão de Barros, starring Joaquim Almada, Maria Matos and António Silva and based on the novel of the same name by Júlio Dinis. It was released on 1 April 1935.
Olayr Coan His television credits included As Pupilas do Senhor Reitor, which aired on SBT in 1995.
Rector (academia) In Portugal, the rector (Portuguese: "Reitor") is the highest official of each university. The official complete title is "Magnífico Reitor" (Magnificent Rector). Each university faculty is headed by a director or a president of the directorate council, and the rector heads all of them.
Júlio Dinis Dinis' poems and plays were published posthumously, but he is best-remembered for his novels. As Pupilas do Senhor Reitor had gone through 14 editions by 1900.
Federal University of Pernambuco UFPE has an urban "campus" of research in Cidade Universitária (west zone of Recife) with an area of 149 hectares, officially named "Campus Universitário Reitor Joaquim Amazonas".
University of Porto The inauguration of the University of Porto took place on July 16, 1911, and mathematician Gomes Teixeira was chosen as first "Reitor" (rector). At this time, the university became economically and scientifically independent, and teaching autonomy was officially recognized.
Guglielmo Gasparrini Graduating in the physical and natural sciences, he was professor of botany at the University of Naples. From 1857 to 1861, he taught at the University of Pavia, of which he was also magnificent rector (Magnífico Reitor). After returning to Naples, he was director of the Neapolitan Botanical Garden from 1861 to 1866.
Rector (academia) In the Iberian Peninsula, Portugal's and Spain's university heads or presidents have the title "Magnífico Reitor"/"Rector Magnífico", and are usually styled, in official ceremonies, with the denomination of "Most Excellent and Illustrious Sir or Lord". For example, in Portugal, the rector of the University of Coimbra, the oldest Portuguese university, is referred to as "Magnífico Reitor Professor Doutor (Rector's name)" ("Rector Magnificus Professor Doctor (Rector's Name)"). In Spain, the Rector of the University of Salamanca, the oldest on the Iberian Peninsula, is usually styled according to academic protocol as "Excelentísimo e Ilustrísimo Señor Profesor Doctor Don (Rector's name), Rector Magnífico de la Universidad de Salamanca" ("The Most Excellent and Most Illustrious Lord Professor Doctor Don (Rector's name), "Rector Magnificus" of the University of Salamanca").
Jacques Marcovitch Jacques Marcovitch (born 1947) is a Brazilian Senior Professor of Strategy and International Affairs at the International Relations Institute and the Business Administration, Economy and Accountancy Faculty at the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil. He is a former Reitor (Rector or Dean) of the University. His research is concentrated in five areas. Business strategy on innovation, energy, forest and an environment, university governance, business pioneering and economic history of Brazil and international affairs.