When: Thursday, October 4, 2018, 16:00-17:00 Thursday, October
When: Thursday, October 4, 2018, 16:00-17:00
Thursday, October 31, 2018, 16:00-17:00
Where: Online Webinar
Organized by: Libra Internship Program
Interested in applying to the Summer 2019 Libra Internship Program? Register for Libra’s virtual information session below through Eventbrite. Libra will email you with the webinar instructions closer to the event date.
Please note that slots are available on a first come, first serve basis. If the session has been filled, please contact the Libra Internship Program team at [email protected] to be added to the waitlist.
The Libra Internship Program is a paid opportunity for undergraduate students to intern with the Libra Group and its 30 global subsidiaries around the world. Internship roles are available in social responsibility, finance, engineering, human resources, accounting, hotel operations and more.
A lecture and workshop by
A lecture and workshop by
Director of the 21st Century Musician Initiative, DePauw University
When: Tuesday, October 16, 13:40 – 16:20
Where: Deree Faculty Lounge
Organized by: Music Department
The Power of Hope: 21st Century Artists as Agents of Change
13:40 – 14:55, Lecture
The lecture re-examines an artist’s curiosity, creativity, and collaborative nature as essential attributes for identifying the problems we are best equipped to solve, creating innovative solutions for positive change, and building teams to move ideas to action.
Heroes and Dreams
15:05 – 16:20, Workshop
The workshop challenges participants to reflect upon the attributes they most admire within their artistic heroes, and reflect upon how our own one-of-a-kind gifts, can guide us toward inventing the future we hope to inhabit.
A workshop by Steve Snyder Jazz Professor,
A workshop by
Jazz Professor, DePauw University
When: Tuesday, October 16, 18:00 – 20:30
Where: Music, TV and Digital Studios, Pierce
Organized by: Music Department
18:00 – 18:45
Open to all students who want to watch the Jazz and Popular Music Ensemble work with Professor Snyder on the course repertoire.
18:45 – 20:30
Improvisation basics workshop for singers and instrumentalists.
When: Wednesday, October 17, 15:00
When: Wednesday, October 17, 15:00 – 16:00
Where: Deree Main Corridor (and smaller component at 1st fl. CN Bldg)
Organized by: Office of Academic Affairs
Lead by: Evangeline (Litsa) Mourelatos, Assistant Professor of English, School of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Standing up for academic integrity – and against contract cheating – Deree students are once again this year bringing attention to the subject as part of an international effort aimed at educational communities, governments, and all citizens. The initiative is spearheaded by the International Center for Academic Integrity and is timed with the Carnegie Council’s Global Ethics Day. Defined as the practice of engaging a third party or service to complete student work, contract cheating is particularly threatening, with reports establishing that as many as 16 million people could be receiving fraudulent certifications on a yearly basis as a result of the practice. This Call to Action is meant to raise awareness around contract cheating, particularly the dangers it poses to educational systems.
Following last year’s successful 2nd year, this year, student video testimonials were created and shared as part of the countdown prior to the day! The day before the Call to Action, a Teaching and Learning Center presentation was made to faculty, focusing on legal and educational parameters and showcasing student work (parallel-studies students M. Chrysanthakopoulou and N. Konidari (Deree & U of Athens, Faculty of Law). On the day, Deree students and faculty will be raising their voices by making declarations in support of integrity – and against contract cheating; sharing inspired creative efforts, such as theater installations, a graffiti wall, and ethical dilemmas, through virtual, musical and other artistic media; and by engaging students and staff overall through oral and written declarations.
Special thanks: G. Katsas & SASS; Student Affairs; Deree Student Association; K. Leftheriotis; and the many students – and their academic Societies – involved in the effort (International Honors Program, English, Theater Arts, Visual Arts, Music).
When: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 19:00–20:40 Where: 17b
When: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 19:00–20:40
Where: 17b Ipitou street, Plaka, Athens
Organized by: Institute of Public Health
For more Information contact: 210 331 4755
A round table discussion moderated by
MD, PhD Assoc. Professor of Surgery, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
President of the Hellenic Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Agoritsa Baka, MD, Senior Expert on Country Preparedness, European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC)
George Saroglou, Professor Emeritus, Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Anna Tzortzi, Pulmonologist, Associate Director Institute of Public Health, The American College of Greece
A presentation by Eugenia Tzoumaka Adjunct Professor
A presentation by
Adjunct Professor at the Marketing Department and the Department of Tourism, Hospitality & Sport, School of Business and Economics
When: Monday, October 22, 15:00-15:50
Where: Faculty Lounge
Organized by: Faculty Research Seminars 2018-19 Series
Celebrity athletes are the most prominent achieved celebrity brands with well-noted effects in consumer behavior. Still, current research is characterized by terminological polyglossia and conceptual overlaps, which results in a lack of clarity regarding the brand structure and content. Moreover, there is no consideration of the brandscape; the team or sports club the player belongs to or has most closely associated his name with.
This paper addresses the current limitations by adopting an exploratory approach. Through qualitative research, namely five focus groups, the celebrity footballer brand associations are empirically investigated as they are being perceived by keen football fans.
When: November 2, 2018 Where: ACG Track & Field Organized
When: November 2, 2018
Where: ACG Track & Field
Organized by: Deree Athletics
Team competition, endurance walk, walking category (5 laps)
Starts: 09:10, 10:10, 11:10, 12:10, 13:10
Awards Ceremony: 15:00
Open to all ACG faculty, staff, and Deree students
All participants will receive a certificate of participation and a t-shirt.
When: Saturday, November 3 -
When: Saturday, November 3 – Sunday November 4, 2018, 14:00-22:00
Where: Pierce Theater
Organised by: WAYOUT ADVENTURES
Ticket information: To Be Announced
About Adventure Film Festival
Everyday more people all over the world turn to nature seeking meaning and a better quality life. At the same time, movie makers follow the same path capturing such stories and bringing them to new audiences.
Athletes, filmmakers, producers, and outdoor-gear firms have worked together to present us with unrivalled movie productions – experiences. The focal point of these productions is the broad spectrum of activities deriving from the human body and mental aptitude, which can turn natural elements into a boundless adventure terrain.
Through the screening of such productions and other coinciding activities, we aspire to nurture a welcoming environment for adventure sports’ professionals and enthusiasts to meet, discuss, and find ways to further develop our much loved activities. We also wish to promote environmental consciousness to broader audiences.
These are the pillars on which the Adventure Film Festival was founded and is still based today.
The Adventure Film Festival is the sole Greek film festival dedicated to the exciting world of adventure sports. Dreams and the unceasing urge for discovery are the motives. Endurance, aptitude, and athletic grit are the means for a cinematic journey into the globe’s most exquisite and awe-inspiring landscapes. The Adventure Film Festival comprises of cinematic movies, photography exhibitions and presentations.
For more information please click here.
Deree Visits Trikala Saturday, November 3
Deree Visits Trikala
Saturday, November 3 | Σάββατο 3 Νοεμβρίου, 18:00
Research Center – Tsitsanis Museum, 1 Karditsis Str., 421 00, Trikala | Kέντρο Έρευνας – Μουσείο Τσιτσάνη, Καρδίτσης 1, 421 00, Τρίκαλα
Join us for an insightful informational session about studies at Deree:
- 26 innovative bachelor’s degree programs
- 4.3 million euros in scholarships and financial assistance
- Unique study abroad and internship opportunities
- Parallel studies program for students of Greek public universities (AEI)
18:00–18:45 The Deree Advantage
- Academic Programs
- Internship Opportunities
- Student Exchange Program
18:45–19:00 Deree through the eyes of its students
19:00–19:15 Deree through the eyes of its successful alumni
19:15 Cocktail Reception
Reserve your free place at the “Deree Visits Trikala” event by filling in the form below. Altenatively, you can contact us at: 210 600 9800 ext. 1317, 1410 or via email: [email protected]
Ελάτε στην ενημερωτική μας εκδήλωση και μάθετε τα πάντα για τις σπουδές στο Deree:
- 26 σύγχρονα ακαδημαϊκά προγράμματα
- 4,3 εκατ. ευρώ σε υποτροφίες και οικονομική ενίσχυση
- Δυνατότητα για σπουδές στο εξωτερικό και πρακτική άσκηση σε κορυφαίες εταιρείες
- Πρόγραμμα παράλληλων σπουδών για φοιτητές των ελληνικών δημόσιων πανεπιστημίων (ΑΕΙ)
18:00–18:45 Τα πλεονεκτήµατα των σπουδών στο Deree:
- Προγράµµατα σπουδών
- Ευκαιρίες πρακτικής άσκησης
- Προγράµµατα ανταλλαγής φοιτητών µε κορυφαία πανεπιστήµια του εξωτερικού
18:45–19:00 To Deree µέσα από τις εµπειρίες των σπουδαστών του
19:00–19:15 Το Deree µέσα από τις εµπειρίες επιτυχηµένων αποφοίτων
19:15 Cocktail Reception
Μπορείτε να δηλώσετε συμμετοχή, συμπληρώνοντας τη φόρμα που ακολουθεί. Εναλλακτικά, μπορείτε να επικοινωνήσετε μαζί μας στο 210 600 9800 εσωτ. 1317, 1410 ή στο [email protected]
When: November 9-16, 2018 Where: Deree – American
When: November 9-16, 2018
Where: Deree – American College of Greece
Organized by: the Office of Career Services, in collaboration with the Office of Development and Alumni Relations.
With the support of the Deree Student Association and the Communication Society.
Job & Internship Fair
Career opportunities to match your skills!
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Meet them on campus.