Dr. Thomas received a prize of 1000 euro. In addition, Monica received a partial scholarship to attend the conference.
“The important thing to remember is that you have to overcome those fears that you aren’t good enough, and just take the step. In other words, do it now or regret it later!” Babajanyan said.
“In 2005, I started studying in AUA’s Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM) program. For me, it felt like a new beginning for my studies.” says Daniel Ghevondian.
“The choice of AUA as my university was an easy decision since it is a unique multicultural environment in Armenia and provides high class education,” says Shahinyan.
AUA established the Distinguished Alumni Award to honor outstanding alumni and celebrate their achievements.
AUA has enhanced my skills in bioinformatics in several aspects. On one hand, I acquired a math and algorithmic background which is a must for a bioinformatician; on the other hand, I gained skills in software development and have already implemented and released a few bioinformatics software packages.
Almost 25 years ago, one of the American University of Armenia (AUA)’s first alumni was Kristina Ter-Kazarian, a graduate of the MBA Class of ‘93. Today, she has a successful career as co-founder and general director of Dio Art Consulting.
The American University of Armenia (AUA)’s Zaven & Sonia Akian College of Science and Engineering is very proud to share that Haykaz Bagratyan, an alumnus of the Master of Science in Computer and Information Science program, has been admitted to Syracuse University in New York.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) is proud to share that one of its first graduates, David Akopyan (MBA ’93), has been appointed United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Country Director in Syria and will assume his duties in early November 2017. He will be leading the UNDP programme and operations teams at one of the most critical junctions of the UNDP’s history in Syria.
Kristina Akopyan (MPH ’13), alumna of the American University of Armenia (AUA) Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health (SPH), has been awarded a scholarship to conduct a research project that aims to facilitate automatization of characteristics measurement in liver imaging in two-point Dixon and Multi-echo Dixon MRI sequencing techniques.