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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.
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
Stephen Krashen, Professor Emeritus, University of Southern California at New York College
New York College Forum of Applied Linguistics had the honor to present Prof. Stephen Krashen, one of the most influential linguists, educators and critical thinkers whose research and writings have inspired an enormous amount of attention over the last three decades, to an audience of students, graduates and teachers of foreign languages at New York College campus, on Monday 23rd March.
Stephen Krashen is known from the numerous books and articles he has published in the fields of SLA and from his highly influential concepts such as. His great contribution to advancing knowledge and understanding in the fields of SLA and education is shown by the thousands of research articles, books and studies that his theories have stimulated as well as by the numbers of teachers all over the world who have based their teaching programmes and practices to his theories.
The Forum of Applied Linguistics is an initiative taken by the English Language Department of New York College, following the success of the International Conference “Making Research in Second Language Acquisition Usable for Instruction and Instruction” with the aim to offering members the opportunity to learn, share, and develop research-based instruction practices and language learning approaches.