- 11 November 2019 / What’s a Brain For? A Moving Story at Columbia SNF Brain Insight Lecture
Watching the next Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Brain Insight Lecture will be far more complicated than you think.
- 11 November 2019 / 21 Paid Internship Positions at the SNFCC in Collaboration with the National Library of Greece
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center SA (SNFCC SA) offers applicants aged 18-35, paid internship opportunities in collaboration with the National Library of Greece (NLG) and the Greek National Opera (GNO).
- 11 November 2019 / Free Workshops at V.Lab (Vamvakou Technology Lab fully powered by SNF) Kick Off!
This ultramodern STEAM center at the village school, is ready to welcome future scientists big and small.
- 11 November 2019 / Digital Media in the 2020 Election & America’s Role in the World with the SNF Agora Institute
When Barack Obama was elected to his first term as U.S. President, his campaign’s savvy use of social media was hailed as a canny innovation. Just over a decade later, as his successor runs for reelection, it’s taken for granted that digital media will be integral to the outcome of the election.
- 11 November 2019 / SNF joins Africa Business Media Innovators conference in Senegal
Since 2015, the Africa Business Media Innovators conference has brought together media executives, government officials, journalism experts, and other stakeholders.
- 08 November 2019 / A Park for Αll Seasons
Autumn looks good on Stavros Niarchos Park.
- 08 November 2019 / Young Citizens and the Constitution travels to Thessaloniki
The civics program Young Citizens and the Constitution will travel to Thessaloniki on November 21 and 22, 2019 for the program’s second Thematic Debate and the third Seminar.
- 08 November 2019 / Greek Team Races Chemical-Powered Car in Orlando
This isn’t your typical race car. It has no driver, moves and stops under the power of chemical reactions, and reaches speeds of up to 30 meters per minute.
- 08 November 2019 / University of Iowa Explores Ugandan Pop Music and Presidential Politics at Journalism Bootcamp
Students from the University of Iowa will hit the ground running on Monday at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Journalism Bootcamp: Reporting on International Affairs. This session of the intensive weeklong program dives into Ugandan politics, including the role of pop music in presidential politics, as a practicum in international affairs journalism.