Prof. Dr Sandro Serpa is an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology of the Faculty
of Social Sciences and Humanities of the University of the Azores since 2013. He has been a
higher education faculty member since 2000. He received his Master’s in Sociology from the
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Nova University of Lisbon in 2004, and his
PhD in Education, with the speciality in Sociology of Education in 2013, from the University
of the Azores. He is an integrated researcher at the Interdisciplinary Centre of Social Sciences
of the Azores Centre (CICS.NOVA.UAçores) (https://www.cics.nova.fcsh.unl.pt/researchgroups-1/6-education-knowledge-and-culture/school-and-community/sandroserpa?lg=uk).
He has teaching experience in areas such as Research, Sociology of Education, Introduction
to Sociology, General Sociology, Sociology of Organisations, Psycho-sociology of Educational
Organisations, and Human Resources, among others.
He carries out research in the fields of the Teaching of Sociology in Higher Education,
Organisational Culture of Educational Organisations, and Scientific Communication.
He has more than 170 publications in international journals, books and other scientific outlets
(https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4286-4440) in Brazil, Canada, Germany, India, Italy, Pakistan,
Portugal, Switzerland, Turkey, Sri Lanka, United Kingdom, and the United States of
His research interests are: Teaching of Sociology; Sociology of Education; Sociology of
Organisations; Society 5.0; Scientific Communication.