- Created in response to unmet needs in health, sports, and education in Greece, Regeneration & Progress seeks to contribute a wide array of programming that addresses critical gaps in those areas.
07 APRIL 2022Sports Excellence launches Action for Cancer program at Attikon University General Hospital in AthensOn World Health Day, Sports Excellence held a special event to announce the launch of a new therapeutic service for people with cancer: Therapeutic Exercise - Action for Cancer
- Reflecting on hard-earned lessons in clinical research and health policy from the past two years, the third annual Stavros Niarchos Foundation Bioethics Academy (SNFBA) will focus on how professionals in these fields can apply them in their work moving forward.
- The State University of New York College of Optometry yesterday officially dedicated the Barbara Saltzman Center for Pediatric Eye Care, a new facility that opened in April 2020 to enhance the care available to children in New York.
- This is the eleventh Progress Update on the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Health Initiative, published as part of SNF’s commitment to ensuring full transparency and regularly updating the public with timely and accurate information on the development of all projects included in the initiative.
- “Art is one type of effective medicine,” says author Vassilis Vassilikos. Visual artist Konstantinos Katagas agrees, “It gives you the ability to continue to live, even if you are imprisoned.”
- “Emperor Theodosius decorated here in commemoration of his victory over a tyrant,” says the wall. “He built here a golden gate as a witness of the golden age.” An award-winning project from Koç University’s Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Center for Late Antique and Byzantine Studies makes Istanbul’s city walls talk through a digital map rich with interactive resources.
- The SNF Ithaca Initiative at the University of Delaware has named Timothy J. Shaffer, Ph.D., as the inaugural Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Chair of Civil Discourse.
- Yannis Makriyannis was a merchant, a soldier, and a politician, sentenced to death, pardoned, and known two hundred years later for his Memoirs.