Filipa M. Ribeiro

Filipa M. RibeiroFilipa M. Ribeiro is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences of the University of Porto. She graduated in Journalism and Communication (2003) and after some specialization courses in Genetics and Law (2006), she obtained a Master’s in Sociology and Communication of Science at the University of Aveiro. She has worked in areas like digital media, innovation, and project management. Since 2009, she has been doing research on higher education. She was a member of the Portuguese team in the ESF-funded project Transforming Universities in Europe. Currently, she is the co-principal investigator of the project “Ethical Issues in Conducting Social Network Analysis Research in Health and Educational Settings.” She is a member of the Early Career Higher Education Researchers’ (ECHER) network. Her main topics of research are ubiquitous knowledge and education, sociology of science, social networks, ethics and research, diversity in higher education. Her academic publications can be found here:


Knowledge Networks in Higher Education
Filipa M. Ribeiro. © 2019. 9 pages.
Networks function as an appropriate device to explore the processes of creation and adoption of knowledge by academics in higher education institutions (HEIs), and how it can be...
Knowledge Networks in Higher Education
Filipa M. Ribeiro. © 2018. 8 pages.
New Voices in Higher Education Research and Scholarship
Filipa M. Ribeiro, Yurgos Politis, Bojana Culum. © 2015. 367 pages.
Higher Education systems and universities worldwide are constantly being transformed due to ever-changing practices and policies. Recent research reveals the challenges between...
Funds of Knowledge and Epistemic Authority in Higher Education
Filipa M. Ribeiro, Miranda Lubbers. © 2015. 32 pages.
This chapter examines how knowledge networks of academics shape epistemic authority in higher education institutions. The issue is addressed with the approach of funds of...