Greek Rebetiko Meets American Blues at New York University

A ground-breaking new course began on January 30 at New York University (NYU) exploring the historical origins of Greek Rebetiko and American Blues —...

American Blues Meets Greek Rebetiko: New Course Offered by New York University

New York University announced last week that it will offer a new class exploring the historical origins of Greek Rebetiko and American Blues —...

Penn State Fayette to Offer First Study-Abroad Summer Program in Greece

Aris Karagiorgakis, an Assistant Professor of psychology at Penn State Fayette, Eberly Campus, will offer two concurrent study-abroad courses in Athens, Greece during the...

Greek Scientist Thomas Katsouleas Installed as President of the University of Connecticut

Greek scientist Dr. Thomas C. Katsouleas was officially installed recently as the new President of the University of Connecticut at a ceremony attended by...

Greek Researcher Wins Historic Grant at University of Nebraska

Dr. Nikolaos Stergiou, a Greek native and a professor at the University of Nebraska in Omaha, is a leading researcher in the field of...

Anthony Kontaratos, The Greek NASA Scientist Who Saved the Apollo 13 Crew (video)

Anthony Kontaratos was truly one of the unsung heroes in the history of NASA, as he was not only the engineer responsible for saving the...

University of Delaware to Offer Greek Language Instruction

Delaware's Secretary of Education, Susan Bunting, signed a decree last week regarding the initiation of a Greek-language teaching program in the State's University system. The...

US Educators Strengthening Greek Studies in Schools

"The Examined Life" is a program a growing number of school districts are taking part in  today across the US. Aimed at strengthening Greek...

Archbishop Elpidophoros Visits National Hellenic Museum in Chicago

His Eminence Archbishop Elpidophoros of America visited the National Hellenic Museum (NHM) in Chicago on Sunday, July 7. While being walked through the classroom space...

Greek Professor’s Team Finds New Way to Make Cancer Cells Destroy Themselves

A team of researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, led by Greek Dr. Constantinos Koumenis, has recently discovered...

PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation Holds Annual Awards Ceremony and Gala

The PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation held its annual Awards Ceremony & Gala at the Chicago Hilton on Saturday, June 15, awarding $250,000 to forty outstanding...

Boston Berklee College Hosts Greek Children in Philanthropic Initiative

After three years of continuous efforts by members of the “Kalesma” philanthropic initiative, children from Athens' “Ark of the World” group are participating this...

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