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Our affiliated UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON, in the 40 best Universities in the British Universities ranking for the academic year 2022-2023, according to the Guardian, occupying, in particular, position 38
NEW YORK COLLEGE Glorious Graduation Ceremony with Distinguished Guests and Keynote Speaker the Earl of St. Andrews, Chancellor of the University of Bolton
According to the Guardian, the UNIVERSITY OF BOLTON, which collaborates in Greece exclusively with NEW YORK COLLEGE, will continue its meteoric rise in the ranking of British universities in the 2021-2022 academic year.
New York College Graduation Ceremony 2021 in compliance with all health protocols, supervised by the Head of the Operational Center of the Region of Attica, attended by prominent guests, with keynote speaker Dr. Theoklis Zaoutis, Professor of Pediatrics at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and Member of the National Committee of Infectious Diseases
World Philosophy Day at New York College
At the initiative of UNESCO in 2002, 19th of November has been established as World Philosophy Day, in order to emphasize the need for common reflection on the contemporary problems that concern humanity.
At New York College and on the occasion of the course “History of Ideas in Science and Mathematics” offered by SUNY-ESC (State University of New York- Empire State College) with tutor Dr Konstantinos Kalachanis, NY students had the opportunity to learn the secrets of Mechanism of Antikythera, the oldest computer, a possible construction of Archimedes. Xenophon Moussas, Professor of Space Physics at the Department of Physics of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and member of the team that studied the mechanism, showed the students important data from the operation of this amazing astronomical computer, which calculated the orbits of the objects of our planetary system through a complex system of gears. The mechanism, in addition to important knowledge of technology and astronomy, also incorporates the basic principles of Greek philosophy. This lecture to the students of New York College was dedicated to the World Philosophy Day and especially to the role of the ancient Greek philosophers in the development of Astronomy.