From November 25-29, the American University of Armenia (AUA) Leadership visited Abu Dhabi and Kuwait to establish fruitful and productive ties between the University and local Armenian Diaspora communities.
GYUMRI, Armenia – This November, the American University of Armenia (AUA) Community is overwhelmingly proud to spread the word about one if its alumni’s latest generous donations.
YEREVAN, Armenia – Celebrating NATO week in Armenia, the American University of Armenia (AUA) organized a workshop under the auspices of NATO and in partnership with the RA Ministry of Defense from November 23-25.
YEREVAN, Armenia – An article entitled “Why Volunteer? Understanding Armenia’s Experience” has recently been published in the Voluntary Sector Review Journal.
Director of AUA Extension Publishes Impactful Research on Social Entrepreneurship in Harvard Business ReviewNovember 23, 2016
YEREVAN, Armenia – This August, AUA Extension Program Director, Sergey Tantushyan published a trailblazing study in Harvard Business Review that explores the balance between social purpose and entrepreneurship in Armenia.
YEREVAN, Armenia – In keeping with the established tradition of joint sports events, the U.S. Alumni Association of Armenia and the
Vienna, Austria – An alumna of the American University of Armenia (AUA) School of Public Health (SPH) Nare Navasardyan (MPH
International Recognition of Innovative Research by AUA School of Public Health and its Center for Health Services Research and DevelopmentNovember 21, 2016
The American University of Armenia School of Public Health’s (AUA SPH) Center for Health Services Research and Development (CHSR) presented
YEREVAN, Armenia – On November 19 of this year, the American University of Armenia (AUA) celebrated its 25th anniversary with a spectacular gala held at the landmark Beverly Wilshire in Los Angeles, with over $1.5 million being raised to benefit AUA’s scholarship funds.
YEREVAN, Armenia – The Turpanjian Center for Policy Analysis (TCPA) team recently completed its study on Civic Activism in Armenia. The manuscript is a product of a two-year research conducted in Armenia, supported by the Academic Swiss Caucasus Net.