Updates regarding coronavirus COVID-19

Based on the relevant decree by the Greek Ministry of Health addressing precautionary measures in response to COVID-19, all academic institutions are to suspend classroom courses. As a result, ACT’s courses and services are mediated via electronic means.

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Thessaloniki 2020: Why Think Tanks and Civil Society Matter Forum

On January 31, 2020, Thessaloniki will be one of more than 140 cities worldwide to hold a "Why Think Tanks Matter Forum." The Dukakis Center and Transparency International Greece, in collaboration with the Think Tanks and Civil Societies Program at the University of Pennsylvania (TTCSP), will host local think tanks,… More

Basketball for Life Skills: an EU co-funded project

Anatolia College is part of a consortium under the SPO – Sport, Action SCP - Collaborative Partnerships Proposal, Call for Proposals 2019 - EAC-A03-2018 titled: Basketball for Life Skills (BASKI). The proposal was approved in September 2019. Our network consists of seven partners from six different European countries (among which the Center for Social Innovation, Cyprus, co-founded… More

The Career Office launches its Research Program

The Career Office at ACT, under the direction of Mr. Dimitris Diamantis launched, in Fall 2019 it’s Research Program, conducting primary research for exploring career-related issues. In the period of October to December 2019 the Career Office shared a questionnaire with Greek recruiters and HR executives, 53 of whom responded,… More

A guest lecture on "Personality Theories"

Mr. Haris Kamariotis, School Psychologist at Anatolia Elementary School was a guest speaker at ACT’s Psychology 101: Introduction to Psychology, Personality Theories lectures. The guest lecture took place on Tuesday, November 26th at ACT and about 35 students attended the lecture. Dr. Aimiliza Stefanidou, Coordinator of the BSc in Psychology, considers guest lectures an… More

ACT Psychology students visit ELEPAP

International Day of People with Disability (December 3rd) is a United Nations-sanctioned day that aims to promote understanding of the issues experienced by people with disabilities. In that context, on Friday, December 6th, Dr. Aimiliza Stefanidou, Coordinator of BSc Psychology program, and Ms. Nelly Florentin, ACT Counselor, accompanied 9 psychology students on a field… More

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