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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
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.