Mary Sue Coleman, U-M delegation plan trip to Brazil
The U-M group will have meetings and working sessions in four cities, including Sao Paulo, Campinas, Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia, the capital, U-M said. Coleman will host meetings in Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro with U-M alumni living in Brazil.
The delegation will include six faculty members and Mark Tessler, the university's vice provost for international affairs, the Michigan Daily reported.
Education and research are growing fields in Brazil, the university said, noting more than a quarter of all scientific papers by written by Brazilians have foreign co-authors.
The delegation will make the trip Sept. 22-28.