Columbia Family Event - From Shore to the Abyss

Columbia Family Event ūüĎ®‚ÄćūüĎ©‚ÄćūüĎ߬† From Shore to the Abyss

by National Geographic Explorer Theo Anagnostopoulos

Sunday, 2nd April¬†2023, 12pm arrival for 12.3őüpm presentation

Chalandri, Address upon Rsvp

  

March and April for Columbia Club of Greece have been months dedicated to events for the community with a dedicated Global Columbia Community Outreach Day. This year to celebrate the cause we will have the pleasure to hear from Columbia Alumnus Dr Theo Anagnostopoulos about his remarkable experience, in the Pacific Ocean on E/V Nautilus on a National Geographic expedition. Also being an experienced traveler with children, he will share with us useful tips on how to travel the world with them. The appropriate age group for the children is over 10 to attend and comprehend Theo's talk. Coffee and snacks will be offered, and we will welcome you from 12:00 arrival for coffee and some networking.

Theo is a social entrepreneur, founder of SciCo (www.scico.gr) an international organization which aims to promote scientific understanding through innovative and engaging ways.  Together with his team they have run more than 250 projects reaching approximately 400.000 people.  His projects include the Athens Science Festival, Generation Next, Celebrity Science, Mind the Lab and STEM4Equality. He will tell us about his experience of participating in the National Geographic expedition around the Hawaiian Islands on the expedition vessel Nautilus alongside the legendary explorer Dr. Ballard - the man who discovered the Titanic wreck. The goal of the National Geographic expedition was to investigate the interaction of the human factor with the aquatic environment. Having travelled to 94 countries and 6 continents, Theo is also the perfect person to confide how he has managed to do a lot of this with his children!

WHEN
April 02, 2023 at 12:00pm - 2pm
WHERE

chalandri

CONTACT

konstantina Kostopoulou

+306946191500
28 RSVPS

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