“Young Naturalists” Project of the Environmental Education Micro Project Competition, Successfully CompletedJuly 19, 2016
Syunik, Goris—A winning project of the Environmental Education Micro Project Competition titled “Young Naturalists,” initiated by Ms. Lusine Shegunts, a teacher from #4 High School in Goris, and her environmentally concerned students took place in May 2016.
Another Successful Start-Up in Armenia, Dreamt up At AUA! CivilNet TV Features the Gugas App by AUA StudentsJuly 18, 2016
AUA is proud to be one of the academic environments to foster students abilities to create and manifest their dreams, and the Gugas App created by AUA students Karlen Manaseryan, Haykaz Bagratyan, and Albert Hambardzumyan, is a prime example. Who’s next?
OAKLAND (Armenian Weekly)—The American University of Armenia (AUA) has received a gift of $1 million from Monaco-based philanthropists Berj and Sonia Kalaidjian.
The “Alternative Energy Sources” Project of the Environmental Education Micro Project Competition Successfully CompletedJuly 12, 2016
TALIN, Armenia – Over 70 students from four schools in the Talin area participated in a project called “Alternative Energy Sources,” which aimed to introduce students to alternative and renewable energy sources and their economic, social, and ecological impacts.
The “Essence of the Armenian Cochineal” Project of the Environmental Education Micro Project Competition, Successfully CompletedJuly 11, 2016
ARMAVIR, Armenia – With the aim of raising awareness about the Armenian cochineal or Vordan Karmir, a critically endangered scale insect indigenous to the Ararat Plain and famous for the red dye derived from it historically.
YEREVAN, Armenia—“Story Map of the Birds in the Red Book of Armenia”, prepared by the AUA Acopian Center for the Environment’s GIS Expert Aghavni Harutyunyan, was featured in the Esri Story Map Gallery.
The “Let’s Speak through Puppets” Project of the Environmental Education Micro Project Competition, Successfully CompletedJuly 11, 2016
GEGHARKUNIK, Armenia —The Areguni NGO, through its project “Let’s Speak through Puppets,” delivered environmental education to schoolchildren through puppet theater performances in six villages in the Gegharkunik region, including Chambarak, Vahan, Ttujur, Martuni, Aygut and Dprabak. More than 530 students and 90 teachers participated.
Famous Chicago Restaurateur’s Scholarship Fund Allows AUA Public Health Graduate to Reach New HeightsJuly 11, 2016
Yerevan– Referred to as “the jewel” of Chicago’s Armenian community, the late Zaven Kodjayan, owner of Zaven’s Restaurant, is remembered by loved ones for his generosity and dedication.
Zoom. Metin Arditi a remis à Erevan les prix du concours d’écriture lancé par la Fondation Arditi pour le dialogue interculturel entre universités turques et arméniennes.
AUA’s Yair Auron Talks About Israel’s Continuous Denial of the Armenian Genocide – Featured in Horizon WeeklyJuly 5, 2016
On May 31, a few days before the lower house of the German Bundestag recognized the murder of the Armenian people – an act that reverberated worldwide – there was supposed to be a discussion of the subject in the Knesset.
YEREVAN — A series of exciting events were organized in Yerevan recently in honor of AUA’s silver jubilee.