A seminar exploring the nuclear disasters at Chernobyl, Fukushima and Three-Mile Island was held at the American University of Armenia on Tuesday, February 12.
Earlier this month, the American University of Armenia announced new solar water heating measures that will further reduce the institution’s carbon footprint in Armenia.
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.
More than 20 architecture and engineering students and professionals received certificates on November 28, for completing a course on Solar Architecture organized by the “Improving Energy Efficiency in Buildings” project of the UNDP’s Global Environment Facility and the American University of Armenia.
Mr. Alen Amirkhanian, Lecturer at the College of Science and Engineering and Advisor to AUA’s Engineering Research Center has accepted
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–AUA faculty and researches joined colleagues from Armenia and Sweden last month for an international seminar at Yerevan State University focused on
YEREVAN–AUA’s College of Science and Engineering organized a seminar on Thursday, November 9, focusing on the environmental impact assessment of
The American University of Armenia’s College of Health Sciences and Acopian Center for the Environment organized a Seminar on Lessons