“It is a great honor to visit this magnificent University. We look forward to more engagement and collaboration,” said UCLA Chancellor Block.
The event was organized by the Alumni and Career Development Office (ACDO) of AUA and held at the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia to the Russian Federation.
The workshop gathered specialists from Germany, Japan, Chile, USA, and Armenia to present their work and to create new opportunities for networking and collaboration.
The seminar was led by Dr. Ioannis N. Grigoriadis, Assistant Professor and Jean Monnet Chair of European Studies at Bilkent University, Ankara.
The article discusses the results of the pilot study that assessed the short-term effectiveness of the EPACTT intervention on health care providers’ knowledge, attitude and self-efficacy in treating tobacco dependence.
The book is the first translation of collected diplomatic documents to cover the sparsely-researched period of Soviet-Turkish relations.
The new AUA website uses visuals and information that aim to convey the experience of being a part of the AUA community.
“The purpose of bringing the legislators here today was to show them the reality of AUA and how our collaboration has benefited both sides,” said Nora Hovsepian, Chair of ANCA Western Region.
Teams of all backgrounds are welcome to apply provided they have at least one enrolled AUA student, alumnus, alumna, or staff member.
The Contest is organized by the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) and requires participants to produce videos of neuroscience concepts in a fun and captivating way.
The 25 participants, who studied in various AUA programs, raised over $3,500 to support students.
Professor Karnik Tarverdi is Director of Extrusion Technology at the Wolfson Centre for Materials Processing, Institute of Materials and Manufacturing, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering at Brunel University London (UK).
“This is a story about peace and people and not about civil defense or regime change,” explains Kristine Aslanyan, a Mayro team member.
This is the third year that the AUA Acopian Center for the Environment (ACE) is implementing this initiative in partnership with the South Caucasus Regional Office of the Heinrich Boell Foundation.
The clinic will be the first in Armenia to address the needs for professional legal counseling in rapidly growing fields, including technology.
“AUA is the best investment the Diaspora has made in Armenia,” said Dr. Der Kiureghian.
“The C-Quadrat award that Robert Yenokyan received is a recognition of excellence in student research,” said Dr. Gayane Barseghyan, CBE Assistant Professor.
Breedge was selected to participate in the World Finals along with 49 other teams from 33 countries.
[AGBU Western District] With the AGBU Asbeds joining the 100 Pillars of AUA program, AUA has now reached a milestone of 75 Pillars that have dedicated themselves to the program.
“The best way to change cultural norms is through education and opportunity,” said Dr. Karagozian, member of the AUA Board of Trustees.
The research looks at how the Armenian populated Javakhk (Javakheti) has avoided conflicts after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
The event was hosted by Dr. Kris Mirzayan and Mrs. Pamela Ascher Mirzayan.
EPIC staff led advising and mentoring sessions, lectured and taught business and pitching skills to the participants.
Armenian-American Historian Dr. Richard Hovannisian Featured on the Armenian Public TV “Meronk” Program
This program features the life and career of Professor Hovannisian and was recorded in April 2018. In that same month, Professor Hovannisian was guest speaker at a series of AUA public lectures dedicated to the centenary of the First Armenian Republic.
Currencii is an online B2B marketplace for currency exchange, founded by Vahagn Grigoryan (MBA ’14).
The seminar was presented by Roxanne Makasdjian, GenEd’s founder and executive director.
The public health seminar was led by Professor Robert S. H. Istepanian, one of the leading authorities of mobile healthcare.
Tsonara Tangamian sewing workshop produces a variety of clothing, curtains, as well as Armenian traditional clothes and costumes.
The campaign focuses on supporting women students studying computer science, technology and engineering.
Combining political science, economics and management, this joint research opens an avenue for other multidisciplinary projects.