How does a female comic artist break through a male dominated industry? How do you turn your passion into a profession? How do you become a New York Times bestselling cartoonist? Celebrated American cartoon artist Colleen Doran will answer these questions and many more during a special presentation organized by the Athens Comics Library and the U.S. Embassy in Greece, on Wednesday, April 7, 19.00-20.30. The event is in collaboration with The Comic Con.
The newly announced members of the Artemis Team — the next astronaut missions to the moon — reflect the diversity of and range of opportunity in the United States. Of the nearly 20 astronauts announced, half are women and people of color.
NASA announced its latest selection of 18 elite astronauts — all of whom hail from its pre-existing corps — to the Artemis Team.
On December 2-4, the U.S. Embassy in Greece, in partnership with the Benaki Museum and the British Council, will present the 10th International CoMuseum Conference. The event will take place in a digital format this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The conference is organized in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Athen and the Ambassade de France/Institut Français de Grèce, and is under the auspices of the Ministry of Culture and Sports, the Municipality of Athens, and the Municipality of Thessaloniki. The CoMuseum is supported by Uni Systems as a Strategic Sponsor, and Microsoft as a Major Sponsor.
The U.S. Embassy in Athens, the U.S. Consulate General Thessaloniki, and the Greek Energy Forum invite you to join a webinar on "Facilitating an Investment-Friendly Regulatory Environment to Promote Energy Security and Diversification" with Colette D. Honorable, a Partner with Reed Smith LLP and former Commissioner of the U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
That's where Zoohackathon comes in. From Nov. 6-8, teams competing virtually in regional and single country Zoohackathons will develop innovative technology solutions to combat wildlife trafficking. The top three winning teams from each regional Zoohackathon will pitch their solutions to a panel of judges to compete for the 2020 global prize.U.S. Embassy Paris is organizing this year #Zoohackathon! We’re looking for university students and young entrepreneurs/professionals to participate in this virtual event to develop technological solutions to help end wildlife trafficking and the illegal trade in wildlife products. #ZH2020 https://www.facebook.com/ScienceDiplomacyUSA/ : @ScienceDiplomacyUSA