Student Council election campaigning began this week at the American University of Armenia.
H1 TV’s Meronq program spotlights the men and women from the Armenian Diaspora who have moved here in recent years to work or study at the American University of Armenia.
The American University of Armenia will host a forum dedicated to the advancement of women in the sphere of information and communication technology (ICT) on Thursday, April 25.
The National Center of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (NCIE) of Armenia organized a round-table discussion at the AUA AGBU Papazian Library on “Copyright and libraries in the modern digital environment.”
The American University of Armenia is organizing an international scientific symposium on April 22-23 focused on exploring the occupational and environmental health issues around mining and construction in transition economies such as Armenia.
The AGBU Papazian Library recently received a generous donation of a 100-volume collection of prominent American literature published by the of Library of America.
The AGBU Papazian Library was founded in 1991, the same year as the American University of Armenia. Named after the Papazian family, a generous benefactor of AUA, the AGBU Papazian Library is home to over 42,000 volumes of books and over 65,000 online journals.
Students from the Mkhitar Sebastatsi Educational Complex visited AUA on April 8 for a tour of the campus and presentations about the university’s new undergraduate program.
Mining contributed to economic growth in Armenia between 2004-2010 while simultaneously creating income inequality and poverty. This is according to a recent study by the AUA Acopian Center for the Environment conducted in cooperation with the AUA College of Business and Economics.
This week the AUA Newsroom begins a series of faculty spotlights highlighting the talented men and women who make AUA the gem that it is. Our first spotlight is an interview with Melissa Brown, the chair of AUA’s BA in English and Communications program.
Addeh Hovassapian, an alumnus of the American University of Armenia’s Teaching English as a Foreign Language program, has won the British Council’s Blogathon 2013 competition.