Watertown Native Starts Journal in Armenia

Watertown Native Starts Journal in Armenia

January 13, 2017

Poet and teacher Arto Vaun studied literature and creative writing at the University of Massachusetts Boston, and for the past three years the Watertown native has been living in Yerevan, the capital of Armenia, where he’s been launching the Center for Creative Writing at the American University of Armenia.

AUA Extension Empowers a Nation

AUA Extension Empowers a Nation

January 12, 2017

YEREVAN — I came to my recent visit to the American University of Armenia (AUA) well aware of the graduate degree programs. My husband and I enjoyed watching the May 2016 graduation ceremony via YouTube.

Protecting Armenia from Toxic Pollution: Why Independent Monitoring Matters

Protecting Armenia from Toxic Pollution: Why Independent Monitoring Matters

December 13, 2016

In2014, ONEArmenia raised $31,316 for “Let’s Protect Armenia from Toxic Pollution”, a campaign aiming to fund research on the impact of mining in Armenia. Last Tuesday, the American University of Armenia’s Center for Responsible Mining presented their findings to the general public.