Scholarship Opportunity for Residents of Dubrovnik-Neretva County

"Dubrovnik-Neretva County" has issued "Competition for Residents of Dubrovnik-Neretva County" for the academic year 2010/2011. Details about the application categories, general conditions and instruction how to apply can be found on the ACMT bulletin board on the ground floor and as well as on the following link:

Dean's List Reception

The Dean's List Reception will be held on Tuesday, March 15, 2011 in Restaurant Mimoza at 8:00 pm.This reception is held for students who have obtained GPA 3.04and higher in the winter quarter of academic year 2010/2011. Study Abroad students that are here for this Spring quarter are also going to attend this Reception. All facult

Guest Lectures on the Use of Networks in Marketing

On Wednesday Feb. 16, the Marketing course was pleased to welcome Sarah Rajtmajer, currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Zagreb, as a guest speaker.  Ms. Rajtmajer spoke about the use of networks in marketing, and provided insight into the role of networks in the spread of ideas or the use of products.

Apply for an RIT Merit Scholarship!

These unique RIT scholarships are available to undergraduate students in a BA, BFA or BS program  with•    a minimum of 3.4 cumulative GPA, and•    72 credit hours of study completed by the end of 2010-11 winter quarter, or 18 RIT credit hours for transfer students, AND•  &nbs

ACMT students help to “put on the RITz”

IHSM freshmen Ana Buhin and Alojz Paver, along with faculty member Milena Kuznin, spent the last week in Rochester helping to prepare for and host the annual RIT Puttin’ on the RITz dinner, which was held on March 26. The Puttin' on the RITz dinner is a black tie event for 200 to 400 people planned, organized, prepared, and served by st

EuroCHRIE Panel Discussions

During the EuroCHRIE Board Meeting, which was hosted by ACMT on March 18 and 19, the board members took time to participate in 3 panel discussions, which were open to ACMT students, faculty, and staff. Each of the 3 panels had a different topic: one focused on the importance of alumni associations, another on tourism as a