YEREVAN, Armenia – On April 18, the American University of Armenia (AUA) hosted Dawn MacKeen for a reading and discussion of her highly acclaimed new book, The Hundred Year Walk: An Armenian Odyssey, about her expedition to learn more about her family’s history with the Armenian Genocide.
On April 8, AGBU London hosted a special reception for Dr. Randall Rhodes, the provost of the American University of Armenia (AUA). The event brought together 80 leaders of Armenian organizations, friends of AGBU and alumni of AUA for Rhodes’s presentation entitled “AUA: Diaspora’s Best Investment in Armenia.”
FAST (The Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology) announced the formation of the Advisory Board and the appointment of the Chief Executive Director.
The project aims to reconstruct and renovate one of the two buildings donated to AUA last year by longtime philanthropists K. George and Dr. Carolann Najarian.
The Organizers have Revealed the Winners of Optimath, the Optimization and Math-modeling Olympiad Hosted by the American University of ArmeniaApril 12, 2017
15 students took part in the final of the Olympiad, organized by the Zaven & Sonia Akian College of Science and Engineering.
YEREVAN—The American University of Armenia (AUA) on March 20 received a grant of $999,000 from the American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) program of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to construct, furnish, and equip a student residence facility.
Հայտնի են Հայաստանի Ամերիկյան համալսարանում անցկացված «Օպտիմաթ» մաթեմատիկական մոդելավորման եւ օպտիմալացման խնդիրների օլիմպիադայի հաղթողները:
Matthew Karanian’s work on behalf of Armenia earned him the annual “Service to Humanity Award” from Bucknell University this week.
Former AUA LLM Associate Dean Matthew Karanian Honored With ‘Service to Humanity Award’ from Bucknell UniversityApril 10, 2017
LEWISBURG, Penn. (Bucknell University)—California attorney Matthew E. Karanian ’82 has dedicated a significant part of his career to promoting human rights and developing of the rule of law in Armenia, the ancestral home of his grandparents, earning him the “Service to Humanity Award” from Bucknell University.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — On May 20, for the first time in Boston, Repat Armenia Foundation, in cooperation with the Armenian Business Network, will host the “Imagine Armenia” forum to share the reasons for and the best ways to get engaged with Armenia.