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GOOD NEWS for the students and staff of New York College that participated in COVID-19 molecular testing on October 23rd on the initiative of the Region of Attica, in the presence of Regional Governor Mr. G. Patoulis
"A Timeless Oasis of Education in the Heart of Athens" | Source: www.lifo.gr | Article by Elias S. Foutsis, Hon PhD, President and Founder of New York College
The SUNY Board of Trustees has appointed Greek-born Jim Malatras as the new (14th) Chancellor of STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, the largest comprehensive University in the USA, with 64 campuses and 420,000 students. Jim Malatras assumed his duties in the leadership of SUNY on August 31, 2020.
Top performance of UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON in the ranking of British Universities --according to Guardian for the year 2021-- which is affiliated with NEW YORK COLLEGE for offering academic programs (Bachelor, Master, PhD) on site in Greece.
Prof. ELANA SHOHAMY meets the English Language Teaching students at New York College
The Department of English Language and ELT of NEW YORK COLLEGE, and the Department’s Guest Lecture Series continues its fine tradition of inviting distinguished researchers, teacher educators and practitioners, such as Prof. Stephen Krashen, Jeremy Harmer, Prof. Alessandro Benati, Dr. Parvaneh Tavankoli, and others, by sponsoring the visit of an influential scholar, researcher, policymaker and educator: Professor Elana Shohamy from Tel Aviv University! The NYC students had the unique opportunity to meet and discuss with Prof. Shohamy on her groundbreaking research on Linguistic Landscape, a medium for interpreting societies and expanding the scope of language learning. Incorporating the space into the classroom allows students to critically read the visible ‘texts’ and reach deeper and more complex meanings of language learning which are embedded in histories, cultural relations, politics and humanistic inter-relations.
At NYC we empower our student teachers to think, learn, develop and act creatively and ethically and we provide them with learning opportunities that go beyond the curriculum.
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