Throughout May, U.S. EMBASSY ATHENS will showcase the work of women who are #ExchangeAlumni, who visited the States on U.S.-government sponsored programs. In the videos, they will demonstrate the positive effect that their exchange experiences have had on the respective communities they represent. In the third episode, two women share their civil society experiences in the United States.
The second episode of the “Women Changing Greece” video documentary features two Greek women, sharing their experiences on the development of social entrepreneurship from the United States and talking about how they are trying to change social entrepreneurship in Greece
Over the course of ten days, the four exchange program participants visited Washington, D.C.; Baltimore, Maryland; St Louis, Missouri; and Rochester, New York to examine policies, programs and institutions that facilitate integration of immigrants and refugees into American society.
If you come to study in the U.S., you’ll find that this is the time of year when many college students — and much of the rest of the country — become obsessed with March Madness, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Basketball Championship. It lasts from mid-March to early April.
March is Women’s History Month. Here, we celebrate five women who made their marks in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). They continue to inspire the next generation of female space pioneers and scientists.
Interview with educator Kostas Vasileiou on the importance of creativeness and innovation and the new YouthLab in Xanthi
How did Sedona, Arizona—a desert town surrounded by huge red rock hills, steep canyons and dense pine forests—transform into a must-stop for artists, nature lovers and people on a spiritual quest? Watch this Insider’s Guide episode to find out.
The "Downtown Center" investment plan of $300 million completely redeveloped and revitalized the center of Las Vegas - the heart of the city was reborn.