Performance 'Thus Do They All', New Year Celebration, Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens, 8/2/2011

'Fiori Musicali', Easter Event, Benaki Museum 28/3/2010

Christmas Event, Kodaly & Rosarte choirs, Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens, 24/12/2010

'Fiori Musicali', Easter Event, Benaki Museum 28/3/2010

Performance 'Thus Do They All', New Year Celebration, Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens, 8/2/2011

Onassis Scholars' Association concert, 'En Hordes' music band, Benaki Museum 11/4/2009

Christmas Event, Kodaly & Rosarte choirs, Onassis Cultural Centre-Athens, 24/12/2010

New Year Celebration, Bios 4/2/2010

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Scholars' Association
About

The Scholars' Association was established in 1986 on the initiative of the first scholars of the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, and is open for enrollment to all scholars who have successfully completed their studies. The Association currently numbers more than 1,700 members who have completed the Programme of Scholarships for Hellenes and has recently included all the non-Greek scholars who have been awarded research grants and scholarships. These scholars hold significant positions in the scientific and artistic communities of the countries where they live and work. The Scholars' Association holds the opinion that their active involvement could well prove to be highly beneficial for Greece.

The Association aims to act as a forum, where its members can present their activities and provide a communication channel between each other, as well as between them and the Foundation.

To serve this purpose, the Association publishes a quarterly newsletter entitled ΑΩ , which is also available online at the Association's website, and sent to its recipients by e-mail. The English version is also available online for the foreign scholars.

The Association's agenda is scientific, cultural, intellectual and artistic. Until now it has been actively involved in organizing conferences, lectures, cultural and scientific events, and speeches delivered by distinguished speakers from abroad. The Association aims at the active participation of all its members, both Greek and non-Greek.

The Association is administered by a 15-member Board of Directors elected by the General Assembly which takes place every two years. Special committees appointed by the Association's Board of Directors have various responsibilities, such as editing the Newsletter, contacting members, organizing lectures and cultural events and updating the website.

A website will soon be online, with the curricula vitae of all the scholars, enabling them to communicate with each other and with the Foundation.

The Foundation, which follows the Association's activities closely and provides firm support to its members, has now established its special Grant and Support Programme for Scholars' Association Members.

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