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GreenHouse Kozani

The  GreenHouse event in Kozani, received great interest and  participation. 64 applied for the event while 38 people  participated.

ACT students at the "Leadership Forum 2016"

On Tuesday, November 15, 2016 ACT students attended the Leadership Forum 2016 “Talking with Young People: Business Opportunities and Entrepreneurship” event organized by the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce at the facilities of the Sarakakis Group of Companies in West Thessaloniki. During the event young people from various educational institutions were informed from top managers and key business leaders on challenges and opportunities regarding careers.

Dukakis Center hosts election day reception

The Michael and Kitty Dukakis Center for Public and Humanitarian Service at ACT celebrated the American general election on November 8 with a public reception at the Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki.

ACT supports the 5th International Symposium in Thessaloniki in World Affairs

On October 2016 the Cultural Society of Entrepreneurs of Northern Greece, in association with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation and Navarino Network, hosted the 5th International Symposium in Thessaloniki in World Affairs, with further support from ACT - The American College of Thessaloniki and City College. The International Symposium first began in 2012 and has become an important event with a great appeal especially to young audiences in the city.

ACT is supporting the 5th Thessaloniki International Symposium in World Affairs

Date of the event: 
Saturday, 22 October 2016

Saturday,  22 October 2016, 11:00  - 19:00
Olympion, 10 Aristotelous Square

The world in 2017 and beyond

«Voting in America» with the Dukakis Center

By Katharine Welch
On Wednesday October 5, the Dukakis Center for Public and Humanitarian Service hosted a round table discussion on “Voting in America” at the U.S.  Consulate General in Thessaloniki. Special guests included Michael Ertel, the Supervisor of Elections for Seminole County, Florida, Charles Stewart III, Distinguished Professor of Political Science at MIT, Rebecca Fong, U.S. Consul General of Thessaloniki, and David Wisner, Professor of International Relations at ACT and Executive Director of the Dukakis Center.

Welcome to the New American Fellows!

With a new school year, comes a new group of American Fellows. This year seven recent college graduates will be living and working at Anatolia through the Fellows Program. The Fellows Program was established in 1995 and has grown to seven positions throughout Anatolia’s academic divisions.
Fellows work in different academic departments and student support offices, and also assist greatly with club advising and Service as Action. Perhaps the Fellows’ greatest contribution is serving as cultural ambassadors and mentors to students.

ACT welcomes educators from US and Europe partner institutions

On October 3, ACT welcomed educators from our partner institutions across the US and Europe in an Open House event on campus.  It was a wonderful opportunity to get to know our partners better and discuss ways that we can increase collaboration between our schools for academic enrichment.  Our visitors included representatives from Rutgers University, University of Northern Iowa, Pace University, Michigan State University, Convinus University of Budapest and the Pennsylvania Center for International Exchange and Partnership (PCIEP).  The event was co-sponsored by CCIS, who provided travel g

ACT welcomes Study Abroad students

During the week of September 12, 2016, ACT welcomed over 200 incoming study abroad students from more than 20 universities across the United States.  The cohort includes students for the ninth year of cooperation with the Program from Northeastern University.  The majority of this year's cohort are STEM majors, reflecting a growing trend across the US of students in the Science and Technology fields seeking opportunities to study abroad.


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