The Center for Research in Applied Linguistics at the American University of Armenia is launching an English language childcare program for preschoolers, designed to provide children with an immersive English learning environment, while enhancing creative, intellectual and social skills.
AUA Workshop to Explore Intellectual Property, Working Conditions and Collaborative Actions for Writers and Literary TranslatorsJanuary 10, 2013
The American University of Armenia’s (AUA) College of Humanities and Social Sciences is organizing a two-day workshop on January 14-15, titled “Fair-Play and Collaboration: Intellectual Property, Working Conditions and Collaborative Actions for Writers and Literary Translators.”
Shushan Avagyan, a lecturer at the American University of Armenia’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences, has received an honorable mention by the Modern Language Association of America for her translation of “Bowstring: On the Dissimilarity of the Similar,” by Viktor Shklovsky.
AUA’s Political Science and International Affairs program hosted a series of lectures from November 21 until December 3, focusing on European Union policy.
Thinking about applying to the American University of Armenia’s Undergraduate Program? Why not get a head start with Freshman English 1? This introductory undergraduate course will engage you in class discussions and collaborative work designed to sharpen your oral and written communication skills.
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 American University of Armenia began its second year offering an English program for students at the Gevorgyan Seminary at Holy
International Law Prof. William Slomanson presents Lecture on Unilateral Declarations of Independence in the So. CaucasusAugust 20, 2012
Prof. William Slomanson of Thomas Jefferson School of Law (San Diego) presented an overview of the doctrine of remedial secession
International Law Professor William Slomanson is Special Guest Speaker
Yerevan, Armenia – American University of Armenia’s College of Law recently hosted a talk by Professor William Slomanson of Thomas Jefferson School of Law (TJSL) in San Diego, California, USA. Prof. Slomanson is a highly-regarded scholar of international law, whose Fundamental Perspectives on International Law is a classic textbook in the field.
The Department of English Programs (DEP) held its first Student Research Conference on June 8, 2012. The Conference was open