Start at 10 am

At the CRJ hangout we will be starting the tour at 10:00 a.m with some fun activities with the Michigan students. Follow the address: Av. Pedro Paulino, 120 - Conj. Hab 06663-000 Itapevi


Katia will be talking about the "Agencia Mural" as she is a journalist there.




Pamela will be talking about Itapevi city in geral as she lives there.


Pâmela Domingues


Aline will be explaining the morning schedule.


Aline Mendonça

10:00 until 10:40 - Capoeira

After we watch a capoeira presentation the Michigan and Narayhana English School students are going to play it. Are you ready?


Thawane will be talking about capoeira.


Thawane Pontes

Street art - 10:40 until 11:10

The NES and Michigan students are going to learn how to draw graffit and create one together.

Street art

Daniele will be talking about street art.


Daniele Reis

Street dance and zumba - 11:10 until 11:50

are you ready to dance and follow the instructions in English?

Street dance and zumba

Flavia will be talking about Street dance and zumba.


Flavia Nascimento

Skate and Flatland bmx - 12:00 until 12:30

Do you like extreme sports?

Skate and Flatland bmx

Paula will be talking about extreme sports


Paula Petrolini

12:30 until 1:00 - transfer to the farm

Afternoon Schedule

Gabi will be explaining the afternoo schedule.


Gabi Andrade

1:00 until 2:00 - Lunch

Brazilian cuisine

Rodrigo is going to talk about brazilian cuisine.


Rodrigo Fernandes

2:00 until 2:30 - Free time

Enjoy it!

2:30 until 3:30 - Farm tour

House tour

Carlos will be presenting the house.


Carlinhos Tertuliano

Farm Tour

Douglas will be presenting the farm.

Douglas Santana Dos Santos

Organic Garden

Thais and her sister will be talking about organic vegetables.


Thais Costas

3:30 until 4:00 - Luau

We are going to sing some songs together :)

4:00 until 5:00 - System Presentation

System Presentation

Robson will be releasing the System!


Robson Leal

Read the Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellow profiles. Be prepared to ask some questions :)

Austin Ramzy

Asia Correspondent, International New York Times

Study Plan: Myanmar’s dramatic democratization in an increasingly authoritarian Southeast Asia

Austin Ramzy is a Hong Kong-based reporter covering breaking news in Asia for the International New York Times. He joined the newspaper in 2013 and has reported from China, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore and Taiwan. He also helped launch and run The New York Times’ China blog, "Sinosphere." Ramzy previously spent four years as a reporter in Hong Kong for Time Asia and six years as a Beijing-based correspondent for the magazine. He grew up in Iowa and is a graduate of Middlebury College and the University of California, Berkeley’s journalism school.

Sonya Green

News and Public Affairs Director, 91.3 KBCS (Seattle, Washington)

Study Plan: The impact of white privilege on how news is covered

Sonya Green is the news and public affairs director at 91.3 KBCS in Bellevue/Seattle, Washington. Under her leadership, the station was one of 15 selected to participate in the Association of Independents in Radio (AIR) public media productions, “Localore: Finding America.” Prior to her position at KBCS, she worked in broadcast television for ABC affiliates in Seattle and Denver. Green is the board president of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters and was named the 2011 Woman of the Year by the Bellevue chapter of Business and Professional Women for her professional and personal community work.

Angeline Baecker

Doctoral student at the University of Michigan, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, with research interests in modern Chinese intellectual history, visual culture, and literature.

William Lee Ayears

Represent Seattle Goodwill Industries and the Job Training & Education Programs (JTEP) at events, presentations and meetings that SGI serves. Provide information and referral to JTE programs to community based organizations, non-governmental organization and governmental institutions and other intermediary about and to SGI program services. Assist communications in media events, identify media outlets, writing articles, creating materials.

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