AUA and AmCham have had a long-standing partnership for many years. AUA is a member of AmCham, and the University’s Vice President of Operations, Ashot Ghazaryan, is a member of AmCham’s Board of Directors.
“During the discussion you realize that world issues are much more complicated than you thought,” Davit Musaelyan shared his thoughts on his experience.
AUA established the Distinguished Alumni Award to honor outstanding alumni and celebrate their achievements.
Toghramadjian will be giving special attention to the ways in which Syrian-Armenians have contributed to Armenia’s development.
AUA President Emeritus Bruce Boghosian Runs the Numbers to Show There is No Free Market Without Redistribution MechanismsOctober 16, 2017
Bruce Boghosian was first intrigued by this question when he spent four years living in Armenia, starting in 2010, as president of the American University of Armenia. With an unfettered free market after the fall of Soviet rule, he saw Armenia increasingly become a country with a very small number of rich people, and a great number of poor people, he said.
AUA Faculty and Alumni Present at 11th International Computer Science and Information Technologies ConferenceOctober 16, 2017
From September 25th to 29th, the National Academy of Science of Armenia and the Institute for Informatics and Automation Problems held the 11th International Computer Science and Information Technologies (CSIT) conference in Yerevan.
Among the guests were Armenia’s Prime Minister, Karen Karapetyan, US Ambassador to Armenia, Richard Mills, USAID Deputy Assistant Administrator Margot Ellis, and ambassadors from several countries.
“Breedge” brand is already familiar to a vast majority of AUA students. That young startup managed to get a good reputation in just three months of their operation.
Acopian Technical Company, Founding Organization of AUA’s Acopian Center for the Environment, Supplies Power to Major U.S. OrganizationsOctober 12, 2017
[1in.am] The Acopian Technical Company, headquartered in the U.S., currently supplies power to several American organizations, including Disney, NASA and Tesla. In Armenia, through AUA’s Acopian Center for the Environment, the company contributes to the preservation of the environment and the development of ecotourism.
U.S. Congressman Pallone Cites AUA’s High-Tech Programs as Sign of Renewed Excellence by Young ArmeniansOctober 11, 2017
[armenianweekly] The high-tech programs we witnessed at the American University of Armenia and the classical performances at a public school with music students were signs of renewed excellence by younger Armenians. The IT sector has grown over 30 percent over the last year alone,” Pallone said.
On September 27, the Political Science and International Affairs (PSIA) program of the American University of Armenia (AUA) held a debate on Turkish foreign policy, exploring the case of the Republic of Cyprus. The topic was presented by Assistant Professor Dr. Muzaffer Şenel, also the director of the Center for Modern Turkish Studies at Istanbul Şehir University.
Each of the past four summers, Zerunyan has traveled to Armenia, where he teaches a one-week executive course on public administration to Armenian officials at the American University of Armenia (AUA) in the capital city of Yerevan.