The American University of Armenia reaffirmed its commitment to developing the study and practice of quantitative economics in Armenia at the public launch on Thursday, February 7, of its new Master of Science in Economics program.
The American University of Armenia signed this week a Memorandum of Understanding with the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), marking a new chapter in collaboration between the two organizations.
David H. Blake, professor emeritus and former dean of the Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine, this month steps into the role of Interim Dean of the American University of Armenia’s College of Business and Economics.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) is cultivating Armenia’s next generation of entrepreneurs, technology leaders, and world-class researchers, said AUA President Dr. Bruce Boghosian on Monday, December 10, while speaking at ArmTech Congress 2012 about the university’s latest initiatives to foster the development of a knowledge-based economy in Armenia.
Digital Democracy: AUA Researchers Discuss Use of Cryptography for Fair Elections at Tbilisi IT ConferenceDecember 8, 2012
A team of researchers from the American University of Armenia’s College of Science and Engineering were in Tbilisi, Georgia last month presenting at the 5th regional Cyber Security and IT Innovation conference about the possibility of organizing free and fair elections through the use of cryptography.
International and local experts were in Yerevan on Friday, November 30 for a one-day conference examining mining and socio-economic policy in Armenia. In the coming days, we’ll share photos, videos and presentations from the conference here in the hopes of extending the discussion and debate around the issue from the physical realm to the virtual.
The College of Business & Economics at American University in Armenia recently hosted two two distinguished speakers who lectured on Human Resource Management for students enrolled in the MBA program’s Managing People and Organizations course.
Women entrepreneurs from across Yerevan and Armenia’s regions gathered at the American University of Armenia on November 24-25 for a two-day conference focused on uncovering new opportunities for women entrepreneurs.
The American University of Armenia (AUA) participated last month in an annual get-together of educators from around the world to discuss environmental and sustainability topics in the education sector.
YEREVAN–Over a hundred prospective students visited the AUA campus on Saturday, November 17, to attend an Open House event aimed