The New Hampshire Union Leader has featured an interview with Hellenic American University Provost, Dr. Triant Flouris, in which the newspaper called the University a “shining success story”. In the interview, published on December 5, 2015, the Provost talked about the decision to establish Hellenic American University in New Hampshire, the University’s current programs in both Manchester and Athens, and its plans for expansion, including the launch of the M.A. in Applied Linguistics – TESOL in Manchester ιn 2016.
Discussing the features that set the University apart from other colleges and universities in the state, Dr. Flouris highlighted the Hellenic American University’s international focus and the individualized attention given to students, as well as its rigorous academic program and the importance of the capstone project and thesis. When asked what Hellenic American University can bring to the state of New Hampshire, the Provost said, “I believe New Hampshire can do a lot to strengthen its international ties and recruit more students from other parts of the world. That's a big part of what we can do and how we can be very important to the state.”
Read the full interview in the online version of the New Hampshire Union Leader.