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  • ACT-SEESOX Summer Module › The ACT-SEESOX Summer Module is an integral part of the Summer '12 session courses at the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT). The Module is the result of a unique collaboration between South Εast European Studies at Oxford (SEESOX) at St Antony's College, University of Oxford and the Michael and Kitty Dukakis Center for Public and Humanitarian Service at ACT. More   (September, 2015) Read more →
  • Workshop on the future of Greece › “Post-election Greece: Looking Ahead:” a workshop on the future of Greece, with Simon Bensasson, former senior official of the European Commission. More (September, 2015) Read more →
  • Emeritus Anatolia President Richard Jackson speaks at ACT › Richard L. Jackson, President of Anatolia and the American College of Thessaloniki from 1999-2009, visited campus during the week of February 21-25. More  (September, 2015) Read more →
  • Dukakis Center hosts diplomatic training simulation › A group of students from Anatolia and Pinewood gathered at the Bissell Library on Saturday, February 11, to take part in a simulation of A100, the training course all new American diplomats take at the US Foreign Service Institute. The students did exercises in public speaking, note taking, and cable drafting, all of which were designed to refine techniques for understanding and communicating the essence of a verbal exchange . More  (September, 2015) Read more →
  • Dukakis Center welcomes historian Rena Molho › Renowned historian Dr. Rena Molho spoke at the Bissell Library on “Salonica: A homeland to the Jewish Diaspora” Monday, November 14, in the Dukakis Seminar Series. More (September, 2015) Read more →
  • The Pella Project at the Dukakis Center › Sign up for a four-week academic summer program in Northern Greece at the American College of Thessaloniki (fully accredited by the North Eastern Association of Schools and Collages- NEASC). More (September, 2015) Read more →
  • Pleiades polyphonic singing ensemble perform traditional Greek songs › The American College of Thessaloniki welcomed the Thessaloniki-based polyphonic music group “Pleiades” for a performance of traditional Greek songs on Monday, November 28, in the Dukakis Seminar Series. More (September, 2015) Read more →
  • Third Dukakis International Symposium › For well over a decade successive Greek governments, socialist and conservative alike, have sought to reform the Greek state. Now Greece is obliged by its international creditors to introduce reforms that have hitherto eluded even the most progressive of Greek politicians. (September, 2015) Read more →


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