Nelson me disse que ando colocando muita foto de mulher bonita aqui no SEMCIÊNCIA. Bom, mas o nome do blog diz exatamente que o mesmo não é muito sério. Em todo caso, para recuperar sua seriedade científica, anoto abaixo dois papers de Natalie Harshleg, vulgo Natalie Portman.
Portman has said that she was "used to A's" but admits to reading about institutional grade inflation in the Ivy Leagues in the New York Times. She reported on a talk show, "I'd rather be smart than be a movie star" and that her goal was to graduate from college even if it ruined her acting career.
After high school, Portman enrolled at Harvard University where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in psychology on June 5, 2003. In 2005, Portman pursued graduate studies at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Portman is credited as a research assistant to Harvard Professor Alan Dershowitz's The Case for Israel. She was a research assistant to Dr. Stephen M. Kosslyn's psychology lab as well, and made a cameo appearance as a guest lecturer for the Terrorism and Counterterrorism course at Columbia University in early March of 2006, discussing themes from her film V for Vendetta.
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