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Venture garden at Career Week

Moreover, during the Career Week, 14-17 of December 2015, held in the American College of Thessaloniki, a special session was organized for the participants of VentureGarden.  Specifically, on December 15, 2015, participants attended 3 sequel sessions entitled “Starting and Running your Business”.  In the first, Mr. Mamaras and Associates informed… More

Nayia Kaplanidou: "The Image of the Invisible"

A retrospective iconography exhibition at ACT's Bissell Library   Under the title "The Image of the Invisible," Nayia Kaplanidou exhibited 35 of her icons. These icons are indicative of how she has evolved as an iconographer over a period of twenty-nine years. Nayia employs the authentic Byzantine technique using only… More

Introducing MITEF Greece startup Competition 2016

The participation and the great interest (more than 120 participants) featured the opening of the MITEF Greece startup Competition 2016 held at the Municipality of Thessaloniki on December 7, 2015.  The event was co-organized by MITEF Greece, Anatolia School of Business and Venture Garden.  During this special event, the participants had the unique opportunity to listen to Ms. Marina… More

Thanksgiving Day at ACT

Thanksgiving Day was a successful day at ACT. Our regular students, together with the American and the international students celebrated this annual event hosted by ACT. This year, the ACT Student Government Association (SGA) presented a great Thanksgiving Day activity where all students could participate.  The SGA cut out 300… More

Ethics of Digital Do-It-Yourself (DiDIY) project at Anatolia College/ACT

We all use digital systems to produce images, video, music or text ourselves, but actual physical objects are only made in professional manufacturing – so far. This is changing with new cheap devices that allow Do-It-Yourself printing in 3D, CNC milling, cutting, making your own electronics, printing biological tissue, designing… More
 

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