Since the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War, approximately 22,500 Syrian Armenians have arrived in the Republic of Armenia, according to the government and UN statistics. Based on figures provided by Syrian community leaders, Toghramadjian estimated that around 13,000 of them remain in the country today.
“I am totally committed to AUA and will continue working as vigorously as ever. I am excited about our many current initiatives and will work hard to accomplish them with your support and collaboration,” said Dr. Der Kiureghian.
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through American Schools and Hospitals Abroad, has provided over $13 million in support to AUA since its founding.
For the past three years, the AUA Extension, through the generous support of AGBU, has worked tirelessly to provide high quality, relevant continuing education opportunities to government officials, professionals, students and teenagers in the independent Republic of Artsakh.
Besides her academic achievements, Stepanyan participated in several European Youth Parliament events, in particular, Dilijan Academic EYP Forum (2015).
Election to the NAE is one of the highest distinctions an engineer can receive.
MPH Student Kristine Poghosyan Awarded “Best Student” in Nationwide Competition by RA Ministry of Education and ScienceMarch 1, 2018
In addition to her excellent academic performance, Dr. Poghosyan has outstanding professional qualities and has demonstrated perseverance and absolute commitment to her professional goals and responsibilities.
Aurora Humanitarian Initative, Supporter of Educational Opportunities at AUA, Anticipates Successful Dialogues in New York and BeyondMarch 1, 2018
[Public Radio of Armenia] Beyond the Aurora Prize, the Aurora Humanitarian Initiative offers scholarship support to 24 students from 9 countries at United World Colleges and 10 students from 4 countries at American University of Armenia; they will carry the Aurora vision with them throughout their lives.
During the training the participants were introduced to the secret weapons of quality service and digital marketing.
International Academic Community Celebrates AUA Professor Dr. Gregory Areshian’s Lifetime AchievementsFebruary 26, 2018
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.
“AUA students should always appreciate the University’s efforts. The university functions as a family and you should never forget what it has done for you,” noted Sarkissian during his conversation with AUA students.
The Jessup Competition, which has international participants from 95 countries, is the largest law moot court competition in the world.