University of Michigan scientists and scholars led by President Mary Sue Coleman visited Brazil in 2012 to strengthen research and academic collaboration with several higher education institutions and scholarly centers.

“We have partnered with Brazil for many years and witnessed one of the most interesting revolutions in higher education,” Coleman said. “Brazil is not only an emerging economy, it is an emerging power in research.”

During the Sept. 22-28 trip, the U-M group held meetings and work sessions in Sao Paulo, Campinas, Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia, the capital. Read more | Em português

Brazil Report

Read the Brazil report to learn about each day’s events and see photos taken by a member of the group.