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ACT Commencement 2017

It was an emotional, joyful and windy evening for ACT’s graduating undergraduate and graduate students celebrating the successful completion of their studies. During the 2017 Commencement ceremony which took place at ACT’s open amphitheater, certificates and diplomas were awarded to all graduates, as well as awards to students who excelled… More

Young Business Creators

Entrepreneurship requires a host of skills, including creativity, problem-solving, imagination and passion, so where better to start than in elementary school? For the second year in a row, Anatolia’s 5th and 6th graders completed the five-day “Young Business Creators” workshop organized at ACT. Developed by the University of Iowa’s Jacobsen… More

Painting lessons at ACT

During the last two years, the ACT students had the opportunity to discover their creativity in painting. The Painting Club began in 20015 with Nayia Kaplanidou, an accomplished icon painter and Anatolia College alumna (‘80). At the beginning of each course the ACT students were taught the traditional academic painting… More

4th Annual John & Mary Pappajohn Business Plan Awards

On Tuesday, June 6, 2017, the ACT- American College of Thessaloniki hosted the Awards Ceremony for the winners of the 4th Annual «John and Mary Pappajohn Business Plan Competition».  Organized by Anatolia School of Business of ACT, this year's competition saw 100 applicants from which the five winning teams were… More

Scott Townsend visits Thessaloniki for the "Social Capital" exhibition

The Dukakis Center at ACT has invited Scott Townsend to visit Thessaloniki to share the fruit of recent research in Greece, in the form of an exhibition entitled "Social Capital," to be hosted at the French Institute of Thessaloniki from June 21 till July 17, 2017. Mr. Townsend is Associate Professor… More
 

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