“A good leader should always respect the company’s employees and advocate equality at work,” Yirikian noted.
[Public Radio of Armenia] CSE adjunct lecturers Arnak Poghosyan, Habet Madoyan and Arthur Khalatyan, along with our students, discuss the new Data Science program, its advantages, and why this profession is important for Armenia.
AUA Alumnus Stepan S. Khzrtian (LL.M. ’10) Authors Article on Double Tax Treaty Impacting U.S.-Armenia RelationsMarch 21, 2018
[Asbarez] Stepan S. Khzrtian earned his law degrees at the American University of Armenia and the University of Cambridge, where he studied international commercial tax law with an emphasis on international double tax treaties.
“I hope what you are learning at the American University of Armenia is not only about getting knowledge provided by the best professors, but also learning to be brave, to act, to trust, to connect, to create. Be brave and don’t be afraid to make mistakes,” said Vardanyan.
“I believe this program is much needed in the Armenian market. People working in NGOs acquire knowledge only through professional experience, and there are close to no providers of academic training for NGO management in the market,” said Dr. Tantushyan.
AUA President Emeritus Haroutune Armenian Speaks about Institution Building and Paradigm Shift in Health Services in ArmeniaMarch 17, 2018
Dr. Varduhi Petrosyan, Dean of the Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health (SPH), was also invited to participate in the event.
[The Armenian Weekly] The tribute banquet will take place on May 18 mat 7:30 p.m. at Haik and Alice Kavookjian Auditorium. Professor Vartan Abdo, founding director of the Armenian Radio Hour of New Jersey, will serve as master of ceremonies.
[Public Radio of Armenia] President Dr. Armen Der Kiureghian, Director of Admissions Arina Zohrabian, and the Head of Circulation and Reference Services at AGBU Papazian Library Hasmik Galstyan discuss AUA’s history and opportunities, including its founding, the different academic programs available, admissions details, opportunities for international students, as well as the print and electronic databases at the library. Additionally, AUA students share their experiences from the university and elaborate upon why they have chosen AUA.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through American Schools and Hospitals Abroad, has provided over $13 million in support to AUA since its founding.
Aurora Humanitarian Initative, Supporter of Educational Opportunities at AUA, Anticipates Successful Dialogues in New York and BeyondMarch 1, 2018
[Public Radio of Armenia] Beyond the Aurora Prize, the Aurora Humanitarian Initiative offers scholarship support to 24 students from 9 countries at United World Colleges and 10 students from 4 countries at American University of Armenia; they will carry the Aurora vision with them throughout their lives.