The event was attended by Zarmine Zeytuntsyan, Chair of the State Tourism Committee of Armenia, Deborah Grieser, USAID Armenia Mission Director, Sisak Mkhitaryan, Chief of Party, USAID “My Armenia” Program, Smithsonian Institution, Simon Jones, Senior Consultant, Solimar International, AUA Provost Dr. Randall Rhodes and AUA Extension Director Sergey Tantushyan.
The highlight of the event was a 90-minute panel discussion moderated by Dr. Shakeh Kaftarian, who chaired the Empowerment of Girls and Women in Armenia conference at AUA in April 2017.
“For me, having a dream or desire that encourages you to get up every day and work is more important than academic or even financial achievements. This is exactly how I feel about teaching at AUA,” said Baloian.
English and Communications Senior Publishes Armenian Translation of Joan Didion’s “Why I Write” in Inknagir Literary MagazineJanuary 23, 2018
The translation was part of Ani Baghumyan’s individual project in the course Literary Translation (Spring 2016) offered to students in the Writing and Translation track.
GOALS (Girls of Armenia Leadership Soccer) is the only sports development NGO in Armenia at which all seven volunteers and interns are from AUA.
At completion, the buildings will be fully equipped and furnished. Its implementation is possible thanks to a generous $650,000 award from the American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) program.
As 2017 draws to an end, we take a look back at some of the highlights we covered in our newsroom over the past twelve months.
In a five-year agreement, AUA has pledged to be the higher education sponsor of the National Poetry Recitation Contest (NPRC), an annual event run by P&T NGO.
The core emphasis of the program is on mathematics, statistics, and computation. After their first year of study in the program, students will be able to choose an area of focus, or a track, in either business analytics or bioinformatics.