[The Armenian Weekly] Already in its sixth year, the 2017 Armenian Higher Education Initiative Summer Program brought together 20 leading young scholars and practitioners for a multifaceted look at the subject of diasporas, their histories, and their relations to homelands. The program took place at the American University of Armenia and was funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.
Dr. Arusyak Harutyunyan, Senior Researcher at the Zvart Avedisian Onanian Center for Health Services Research and Development (CHSR) within the Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health (SPH), was invited to speak at the Surgical Management of Lung Cancer: Modern Management international symposium.
[Armenia TV News] AUA was the first university in the former Soviet Union to receive American accreditation. Twenty-five years ago it came to offer alternative Western education to students in Armenia and abroad. Since its foundation, AUA has produced approximately 3600 alumni, 75% of whom live and work in Armenia.
[media.am] Second-place winner Arpi Janyan studies at the American University of Armenia (AUA) Faculty of Business Administration. She writes pieces for the university newspaper, also turning her attention to the problems of the media.
[1tv.am] “The university did a great job of introducing Western educational culture to Armenia. Approximately 74% of our students stay in Armenia after they graduate from AUA,” says Vice President of AUA Ashot Ghazaryan.
[The Armenian Weekly] The American University of Armenia hosts both photovoltaic panels that generate electricity, as well as solar water heating panels that directly and efficiently heat water, offsetting natural gas demand.
[Armenpress]: “We must not forget the activity of the American University of Armenia which has a close connection with the economy and is a good center of preparing cadres. Here it is important to note that the university is constantly developing.”
[wdacna.com] Dr. Armen Der Kiureghian, President of the American University of Armenia (AUA) visited the Western Diocese of the Armenian Church of North America on July 18, 2017. Dr. Der Kiureghian, who was accompanied by Mrs. Aline Barsoumian, AUA’s Assistant Director of Development of Annual Giving and Engagement, met with the Diocesan Primate.
Support to Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) and Mining Transparency Project Launched at AUAJuly 19, 2017
The “Support to Enhance Armenia’s Capacity to Implement EITI and to Increase Transparency and Accountability in Mining Licenses and Contracts” project was launched at AUA.
[iTel]: “I wish to deepen my knowledge in both directions. I am going to continue my education as a future programmer at American University of Armenia. I will try applying to some foreign universities once I have a chance. I see my future in Armenia, so I intend to come back even if I study abroad,” she remarked.