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Free electronic games for blind kids

LEAP (Listen - LEArn - Play) is not only a series of computer games specially designed for blind children but much more. It is developed to be the base of a building that has to do with the creation of accessible PC games. The first step in this effort is : blind children to become familiar with the easiest way in the use of computers and also with three-dimensional sound.

  • posted in: Events


Representatives and alumni from U.S. universities will be available to offer information to students interested in studying in the United States. The annual event features institutions from all across the U.S.A. and aims to answer students' questions about U.S. higher education in general as well as inquiries about particular institutions and programs.

Greek Universities Go West!

The U.S. Embassy in Athens is sponsoring a 10-day study-visit for staff and directors of Greek university career centers to the United States. With the aim of helping Greece increase job opportunities for its young people, particularly new graduates, the U.S. Embassy has arranged a series of visits to public and private universities, as well as meetings with members of the business community, with representatives of non-governmental organizations working on higher education issues, and with members of local government throughout the dynamic state of California.

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There isn’t another university like this one anywhere in the world

Most of Gallaudet's graduate programs train students in professional services for the deaf and hard of hearing. Geo Kartheiser, a graduate student in the educational neuroscience program, won a National Institutes of Health fellowship for his research on how sign-language learning can give insight into the structure and functions of the human brain.

Greek Universities go West

The heads of the career centers of the University of Ioannina, Patras, University of the Aegean, and the Athens University of Economics and Business along with a Ministry of Education representative, travelled to the U.S. to explore how university career centers operate in the U.S. to contribute in youth entrepreneurship, innovation and job creation.

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Insiders Guide to the U.S. (trailer)
U.S. Ambassador Pyatt's interview with ERT
Insider's Guide: The Heart of Las Vegas – America’s "Sin City"
Greeks Gone West: Meet Chrysanthos Dellarocas, the professor from Boston University.

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