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Updates regarding coronavirus COVID-19

In Fall 2020, ACT is planning to deliver its normal academic offerings with very little deviation. We are preparing for an on-campus delivery, but at the same time, since the virus crisis is not over, we are also developing all the necessary protocols and mechanisms that will ensure that campus presence is safe. Recognizing that some students may not be able to physically come to campus, we are also developing the necessary infrastructure that can accommodate them with real-time electronically mediated instruction.

For the latest guidance for students, faculty and staff, please follow the link below.

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Global Engagement in the Era of COVID-19

By Maria Kyriakidou, Ph.D. and Heather Funk Theodoridi “Dedication to education!” That’s what Julia happily exclaimed when she arrived at pre-departure orientation after making the 10-hour drive to get herself and her mother, who worked nights, to 8 am study abroad registration on time. For 25 years, the ACT (American… More

Phenomenal increase in Anatolia library users during the Covid – 19 lockdown

Throughout the COVID-19 crisis, the Anatolia College Libraries have remained active and open online for the institution’s faculty and students who could access remotely the libraries’ collections. To support our faculty and teachers across the institution the Anatolia College Libraries built and made available curated content on online teaching and learning,… More

Dukakis Center hosts webinar on the future of academic and scientific conferences

The Dukakis Center hosted a Zoom webinar on May 27, 2020, with representatives of the Millennium Project, Transparency International Greece, ACT, and the Navarino Network, on the future of event management in the aftermath of the national lockdown. Epaminondas Christofilopoulos, Anna Damaskou, Anestis Anastasiou, and Angelos Kaskanis were the featured… More

Anatolia College bids farewell to Kitty P. Kyriacopoulos

Emeritus Trustee Kitty P. Kyriacopoulos, a distinguished philanthropic and business figure in Greece, passed recently at the age of 97. Ms. Kyriacopoulos served as an Anatolia Trustee from 2001 and later as an Emeritus Trustee. Apart from her kindness and generosity, her commitment to education as well as her dynamic character served as a role model for professional… More

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