Arevik has constructed a summer pavilion where guests visiting Areni can try tasty Armenian dishes and high quality wine.
The winners were announced at USAID/ASHA’s 60th anniversary celebration conference.
Legacy giving allows donors to carry on their family names and values by establishing endowed funds that can honor the past and the future.
“One of the fathers of modern risk and reliability analysis.”
Winners were awarded with a trophy, corresponding certificate and a monetary prize.
Over 30 librarians from university and public libraries around Armenia attended the lecture, Participants engaged in a lively discussion on practical copyright issues that they encounter every day.
The trainings were organized within the scope of FAR’s “Continuing medical education program for physicians working in the Republic of Armenia (RA) marzes and Artsakh” (CMEP).
“In 2005, I started studying in AUA’s Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM) program. For me, it felt like a new beginning for my studies.” says Daniel Ghevondian.
Dr. Simon Clarke presented the topic in three sections, with the aim of critically examining Rousseau’s justification for democracy over other forms of government and assessing possible solutions to the existing problem of democracy.
The decision to invite pillars on a guided archaeological tour stemmed from an experience AUA Trustees and Pillars Zaven Akian and Adam Kablanian had with Professor Areshian last summer.