At completion, the buildings will be fully equipped and furnished. Its implementation is possible thanks to a generous $650,000 award from the American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) program.
Paper Co-Authored by AUA’s Varduhi Petrosyan Cited in New York Times Article on US Health Care SpendingJanuary 11, 2018
[NewYorkTimes] “It’s the prices, stupid,” written in 2003 by Uwe Reinhardt, Gerard Anderson, Peter Hussey and AUA’s Varduhi Petrosyan, found that people in the United States typically use about the same amount of health care services as those from other wealthy countries, but pay much more for it.
[WesternPrelacy] Dr. Der Kiureghian and Atashian appeared on Western Prelacy TV’s first program of 2018 to present AUA’s academic programs, educational opportunities, extra curricular activities and more.
As 2017 draws to an end, we take a look back at some of the highlights we covered in our newsroom over the past twelve months.
In a five-year agreement, AUA has pledged to be the higher education sponsor of the National Poetry Recitation Contest (NPRC), an annual event run by P&T NGO.
[Asbarez] Abrahamian joins the ANCA-WR team after a 3-year stint in Armenia where he worked in Goris’ IT sector for one year and then completed his master’s degree in political science and international affairs at AUA in Yerevan.
The core emphasis of the program is on mathematics, statistics, and computation. After their first year of study in the program, students will be able to choose an area of focus, or a track, in either business analytics or bioinformatics.
The decision to award the medal to Dr. Ter-Matevosyan was made by the Fridtjof Nansen Foundation on October 10, the birthdate of humanitarian, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and close friend of the Armenian nation, Fridtjof Nansen.
The 2018 Wege Prize has 17 teams competing for first, second, and third place, with cash prizes totaling 30,000 USD.
[168.am] “The education I received at AUA’s School of Public Health has been very important for me, not only in terms of the knowledge and skills gained there, but also the atmosphere, the opportunities and the values provided,” said Minasyan.
[mir24] To launch the fundraiser, Anushik, who plays 15 instruments, participated in a charity concert organized by AUA.
YEREVAN, Armenia – From November 28-30, Shahane Mnatsakanyan, a 2017 alumna from the American University of Armenia (AUA)’s Gerald and