Dr. John G. Siolas Honored at Greek Teachers Association “Prometheus” Luncheon

 

 

john(2)

Dr. John G. Siolas will be recognized for his service as past president  of the Greek Teachers Association “Prometheus” at their Fortieth Anniversary Luncheon  The event will be held on Sunday, February 28th, at Terrace on the Park catering hall in Flushing, NY. His Eminence, Archbishop Demetrios and Dr. Theodosis Pelegrinis, Deputy Minister of Education of Greece will be present. He served as president the Greek Teachers Association “Prometheus” from in 1981-83.

Dr. Siolas is an Associate Professor of Education, Graduate Division, School of Education and Psychology at Touro College for the past twelve years.   Dr. Siolas was born in Arcadia, Greece. His academic credentials include a B.A. from Marist College in 1973; M.S. in Education, SUNY in 1974 and a PhD. from New York University in 1984. During his academic career, Dr. Siolas was a Teacher at St. Basil’s Academy, Garrison, NY 1967-1975; Florida State University  Teacher Training Fellow 1976-78 and  Education Administrator for the Board of Education of the City of New York from 1975 – 2005.
His works include books and numerous articles about Greece, children’s textbooks and bilingual education texts. His honors include: the 2013 Hermes Award given by the Federation of Hellenic American Educators  at the Dinner Awards Reception of the 22nd Hermes International Expo; “Educator of the Year (HAEA) in 1987; the NY State Incentive Award 1974. and “Educator of the Year” by The Hellenic American Educators Association of the UFT (HAEA) in 1987.  Dr. Siolas was selected by the Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation to be a Visiting Professor for the spring 2007 semester at the University of Athens, Department of Linguistics. Greek Cultural Presentation was presented to over 100 seniors in eastern Queens. Dr. John G. Siolas on March 21st, 2015. For more information, Email: john.siolas@touro.edu.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s