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MITEF 2017 - An Entrepreneurship Hub success

Another success for the Entrepreneurship Hub of the Anatolia School of Business followed the presentation of MITEF Greece startup Competition 2017, held at the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) on December 5, 2016, at the Bissell ACT Library.

ACT selected to host Greek Diaspora Fellow

 Α Collaborative Project on English Language Teaching
Greek Diaspora Fellowship Program Selects 20 Projects at 12 Greek Universities

ACT open as usual on Monday, January 9

We would like to inform all students and faculty that ACT will be open as usual tomorrow, Monday, January 9.

How do senses and emotions influence investment decisions

Theo Lizardos, Chief Sales support 3K, Investment Partners, George Anastasiadis, Instructor, Anatolia School of Business, ACT, Eleni Tsiana, Unit manager, NN Hellas, Dr. Nikos Hourvouliades, Chair, Anatolia School of Business.

The Anatolia School of Business at ACT joined forces with NN and 3K Investment Partners in order to organize a unique event on Behavioral Finance, which combined the experience of all partners.
 

MITEF Greece Startup Competition 2017 in Thessaloniki

The participation and the great interest (more than 130 participants) featured the opening of the MITEF Greece Startup Competition 2017 in Thessaloniki held at the Bissell Library of the American College of Thessaloniki, on December 5, 2016.  The event was co-organized by MITEF Greece, Anatolia School of Business and Venture GardenDr.Panos Vlahos, President of Anatolia College, made the opening speech emphasizing on the

ACT Drama Club performing “The Happy prince”

On December 2, 2016, the ACT Drama Club presented Oscar Wilde’s “The Happy Prince” at Raphael Hall. It was the first performance of the newly-established ACT Drama Club, initiated by a small group of very enthusiastic first-year students who joined their talents and love of theater to make this happen.
 

Enjoying a taste of change with the Dukakis Center

A live crowdfunding event is always an exciting happening
Especially when there is dinner and wine afterwards for participants!
 
Last Wednesday, the Dukakis Center and FEAST Thessaloniki joined forces to host an innovative crowd-funding event at WE Thessaloniki. “A Taste of Change” was an unforgettable fun(d)raising event focusing on new social challenges.
 

ACT participated in 32nd Philoxenia

The cooperation between American College of Thessaloniki and Hotel Institute Montreux Switzerland and César Ritz Colleges Switzerland (members of Swiss Education Group) was further developed during the 32nd Philoxenia International Tourism Fair, the most significant and the largest tourism in Greece organized by HELEXPO. One of the companion events was the 3rd Annual “Tourism Destinations” congress, supported by ACT.

Official archives and oral testimonies: Presentation of a joint research program

On November 21st 2016, Ms. Aliki Arouh (Anatolia alumna) from the Archives of the Jewish Community of Thessaloniki, Dr. Aigli Brouskou (ACT professor), Anthropologist, and Ms. Areti Makri (ACT alumna) from the Historical Archives of Macedonia presented at the ACT Bissell Library their joint research project titled: "The interface between official archives and oral testimonies. The story of Dario, a baby Shoah survivor from Salonica".

Thanksgiving Day at ACT

Some memories are unforgettable, remaining ever vivid and heartwarming as Thanksgiving Day at ACT was! A variety of activities were held that day starting by the thanksgiving lunch served by the college! It had most of the traditional foods that best represent the thanksgiving lunch and also by eating all together created the feeling of being like home. Also there was a Thanksgiving wall in which students wrote what or whom they are thankful for.  So, If you are really thankful, what do you do? You share! That’s exactly what Act students and staff did!

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