Professor and researcher at Universidade Lusófona since 2009, Celia Quico currently participates in the projects ReThink - Before Act: Alternative Narratives to Violent Extremism, MigratED “Migrations and human rights enhanced through technology in Education”, MuSEAum "Branding de 'Museus de Mar' de Portugal". Main areas of interest are media literacy, digital disconnection and deep mediatization, audience development for museums, digital heritage, sustainable and creative tourism.
Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias is the largest non-public University in Portugal. The University name comes from the word "Lusofonia" which names all the Portuguese speaking countries and their common linguistic and cultural background.rnThe university assumes itself as the leading institution responsible for the development of this geographical and cultural space with more than 200 million inhabitants.rnWith a student body of more than 12.000 students and 679 teachers, the university offers a very rich environment, either in scientific as in social and cultural terms. The large amount of foreign students studying here, namely the ones from Brazil and Africa, adds a lot to the already very lively University ambient.rnThe University big and well-equipped campus is situated in the centre of Lisbon "University City", just a few minutes away from all the city main areas.