Vlassis and Charley Parlapanides are the screenwriters behind the 2011 film "Immortals," which tells the story of a mortal hero who enlists the Gods for help against a vicious tyrant. Based loosely on several Greek myths, the film was directed by Tarsem Singh, who also made The Cell and The Fall.
Kevrekidis is the 29th Bloomberg Distinguished Professor appointed across Johns Hopkins, joining this interdisciplinary cohort of scholars who are working to address major world problems and teach the next generation.
Vassilis Angelopoulos is a Professor of Space Physics in the Department of Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences and the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (Space Science Center) at UCLA and Principal Investigator for NASA.
Konstantin Kakanias is a draughtsman, painter, animator, sculptor, ceramicist, gardener, and all-around demiurge. His work has appeared in many gallery shows and international media, including The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and the The Observer.
Constantine A. Stratakis is the lead investigator at the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and Director of the Division of Genetics and Endocrinology (SEGEN) since its creation in 1999.
Chrysanthos “Chris” Dellarocas is professor of Information Systems and director of the Digital Learning Initiative at Boston University. His primary fields of study are online reputation, the disruptive effects of social media, and collective intelligence.
Matt Kovalakides, best known as Matt Koval, has gained worldwide popularity via Youtube. He’s the creator and director of videos uploaded to his personal Youtube channel and he was recently hired to work as a strategist with the major video-sharing website.
Alexandra spoke to the U.S. Embassy’s George Vorvolakos about the pleasures and challenges of her work. For us this is a special segment, as the Embassy has done several programs with career counseling center directors around Greece over the last two years.