Faculty Spotlights

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Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health Publishes on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder after the 1988 Earthquake

This publication is the latest in the series of papers based on the Post-earthquake Psychopathological Investigation (PEPSI) study, which followed a cohort of the 1988 Spitak earthquake survivors for over two decade.
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Zareh Tjeknavorian’s Film Wins at First Hermetic International Film Festival (FHIFF)

“From the beginning we had the feeling that this precious documentary, seemingly fragile yet in its essence as resilient and enduring as an archaeological artifact, would be awarded”, said FHIFF director Sara Ferro.
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International Academic Community Celebrates AUA Professor Dr. Gregory Areshian’s Lifetime Achievements

AUA professor Dr. Gregory Areshian, an archaeologist renowned for his role in the discovery of the 6,100 year-old wine amphorae in Areni and the world’s oldest shoe, received a festschrift for his sixty-fifth birthday.
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AUA Adjunct Lecturer Zareh Tjeknavorian’s Short Film Nominated at First Hermetic International Film Festival

The First Hermetic International Film Festival is dedicated to films that explore esoteric, mystical, occult, and other hermetic spiritual themes.
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Dr. Vahe Khachadourian (MPH ’11) Appointed as Assistant Professor at Gerald & Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health

The American University of Armenia (AUA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Vahe Khachadourian as Assistant Professor at the Gerald & Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health (SPH).
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