But just as exciting: The Redhot & Blue Choir of Yale University will perform at the DEREE 7th level Auditorium on May 18 at 6.30 pm. The event is open to the public and parking will be available.
Peter Alatsas, Complex General Manager of The Romanos at Costa Navarino, is a man who has travelled and worked all over the world coming in contact with different world philosophies and cultures. The thoughts and experiences of this exciting journey are the subject of his latest book "Diplomats and Doormats- A Hotelier's Odyssey" which will be presented Friday, May 25, at 6 pm at the Upper Level of JSB Library. Read more
Next to ACG's impressive pool at the Aghia Paraskevi campus, on May 26, meet the people that make PIERCE Summer Camp such a big success. From 11 am to 2 pm, Summer Camp Open House welcomes parents and children to walk the premises and learn about all the exciting activities of this day camp.
For the 17th year in a row, the Kimon Friar Lecture will be given at ACG. Professor David Ricks will be speaking on the topic "Kavafi and the Global Translation Markets". Wednesday, May 23, 7-10 pm at the John S. Bailey Library Upper Level. The event is open to the public and parking will be available.
Don't miss ACG's 1st Alumni Tennis Tournament! Open to ACG and ALBA alumni, staff and faculty, it will take place May 25-27. Sign in by Friday, May 18. For further info call 210 6009800, ext.1370.
The Global Summit of Women, also known as "Davos for Women" for its economic focus and the caliber of its participants, each year brings together women leaders in business, government & nongovernmental organizations for a three-day forum which this year is held in Greece. Taking advantage of the unique opportunity, AGC organizes "The Legacies of Women", a forum in which select members of the Summit will be sharing their knowledge and expertise. Wednesday, May 30, 6.30 pm, at DEREE. Admission is free, but seats are limited so reserve yours, at 2106009800, ext.1107, firstname.lastname@example.org
PIERCE Reunion, Class of '52,
Wednesday June 6 2012, 12.30, Plaka Building
PIERCE Reunion, Class of '02,
Monday June 18, 2012, 8.00 pm
News @ ACG
Find out which fellow ACG alumni will be candidates in the upcoming elections.
At trying times, ACG offers its students and alumni an invaluable tool: access to "Going Global", a database with 80,000 pages of career and employment resources to facilitate finding jobs and internships both at home and abroad. Soon GoingGlobal will be available to everybody on campus and, in a second phase, passwords and user names will be given to all ACG alumni.
For more info call 210-6009800, ext.1380
ALBA Graduate Business School, the new member of the ACG family, offers special discounts and benefits for ACG alumni both for the academic programs and executive development. For more info visit www.alba.edu.gr/Academic and www.alba.edu.gr/OpenSeminars
Exciting lectures, interesting points, images that evoke strong emotions. The one-day conference on the Asia Minor refugee experience had it all and the interest displayed by the ACG community proves once again that the population exchange is a historical event that continues to move us. The conference was held on March 27 and organized by Alexander Kitroeff, associate professor of History at Haverford College who is the current holder of the Venizelos Chair at DEREE.
The image is from Maria Iliou's (PIERCE 78) documentary "Expulsion and Exchange of Populations (Turkey-Greece 1922-1924)" which drew large crowds at the Benaki Museum and was screened at the closing of the conference
For over half a century the American Women's Organization of Greece (AWOG) and ACG have worked together for the benefit of education.
The affinity of the two institutions was once again underlined when AWOG chose DEREE to host its general assembly in March. President Horner presented AWOG President Silva Gitsas-Pourliakas with an honorary certificate and Ioulia Tomara,
a junior majoring in Marketing at DEREE, was honored with the 2011-12 AWOG Award
for academic achievement. Read more
PIERCE Open House is always a special day for the ACG community as we get to enjoy the full spectrum of the school's activities. The numerous events organized on April 28 came to reaffirm what a creative, stimulating and fun environment
PIERCE really is!
Easter crafts made by the children and young adults of the Sikiarideio Foundation were sold on campus by DEREE alumna Ms.Sofia Kamareta, a representative of Sikiarideio which is an open care training center for young people with intellectual and learning disabilities.
Were you there?
Alumni Event in New York
ACG hosted the presentation "Advancing the Legacy, 137 Years as Agents of Change in Turbulent Times & Crisis" before a large audience of alumni and friends at the Eventi Hotel on Sixth Avenue. The event took place on March 9 and opened the College's Board of Trustees Meeting.
Business Week 2012
Yet another successful Business Week with many prominent speakers attracted large audiences of students, alumni, faculty and staff.
James Nass at ACG
The experienced advertiser and head of LOWE Athens gave a lecture on businesses' social media communications strategy concentrating on international cases where attempts to utilize Facebook and Twitter backfired.Read more and watch the video here.
More than 400 alumni of DEREE classes '81- '85 reconnected back on campus on Friday, April 27. Enjoy the photos!
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