This past summer, Vahe and Nora had the pleasure of visiting campus as part of a University tour for the 100 Pillars of AUA.
In April of 2015, on the centennial of the Armenian Genocide, Ara and Laura Dirtadian made a pledge to honor their grandfathers by establishing the Elia Kahvedjian & Arakel Dirtadian Scholarship at AUA.
Legacy giving allows donors to carry on their family names and values by establishing endowed funds that can honor the past and the future.
AUA hosted an official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health with several generations of the Turpanjian family present.
Zaven and Sonia Akian were welcomed to AUA with their family where they attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the building named in their honor.
This year’s Commencement ceremonies celebrated a number of firsts for the American University of Armenia (AUA), including the inaugural AUA Presidential Commendation award, bestowed to Edward Avedisian. The award was given to the AUA Trustee and major benefactor of the University “In recognition of extraordinary achievements and distinguished service in the advancement of education in Armenia,” as stated on the Commendation.
YEREVAN, Armenia – On May 12, Dr. Ara Tekian received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor presented by the National
On April 1, the San Francisco chapter of the Armenian Cultural Foundation held its annual fundraising event at the Green Hills Country Club in Millbrae, California with over 150 people in attendance.
Boghos and Shoghakat Kalaidjian lived their lives and raised their children based on the bedrock of sound advice. Berj Kalaidjian
Yerevan, Armenia – On March 21, the American University of Armenia (AUA), the Aurora Humanitarian Initiative, as well as Scholae Mundi Armenia signed an agreement to create a $1 million scholarship fund for students from Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt.