Ambassador Mills began by sharing his memories of how AUA came into existence in 1991 with the support of the US government.
The alumni reunion in LA, the first of its kind to be held, was generously hosted by AUA President Emeritus, Dr. Haroutune Armenian, and his wife, Sona Armenian.
Dr. Thomas received a prize of 1000 euro. In addition, Monica received a partial scholarship to attend the conference.
“The important thing to remember is that you have to overcome those fears that you aren’t good enough, and just take the step. In other words, do it now or regret it later!” Babajanyan said.
Ambassador Maaty expressed his admiration of AUA’s high level of educational services and advanced facilities, as well as promised to encourage the youth in Egypt to apply to AUA.
Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health Publishes on Anthropogenic Origin of Contamination by Heavy Metals in ArmeniaNovember 16, 2017
The aim of the article was to measure the amount of pollution with arsenic and lead in residential soil in Alaverdi and Akhtala and identify the origins of contamination.
The training was designed for licensed Armenian mediators and aimed to teach and improve techniques and skills for those interested in mastering the art of mediation.
AUA Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health at the 10th European Public Health Conference 2017November 15, 2017
During the four-day conference, the AUA SPH team actively participated in various sessions.
Mikayel Zolyan began the presentation by defining the concepts of nationalism, nations, and ethnic groups, explaining that these concepts can take on different meanings depending on the context of their usage.
Mr. Ghazaryan noted the expertise and professionalism of the University’s architectural partners and shared AUA’s best practices and success stories.