During the conference “World Café” sessions were organized to discuss issues related to joint postgraduate initiatives, knowledge of foreign languages, creating cooperation edges with international research organizations, and other issues.
More than 110 participants attended the conference, including representatives from UNDP, GIZ, Yerevan Municipality, ministries, local government officials, and financial institutions.
The conference aimed to share the art of planning institutional mechanisms for inclusive practice and social dimension strategies.
The call was announced for the purchase of services for developing training modules for civil society organizations (CSOs) and providing professional/training services.
The Public Health Internship program was added to the MPH curriculum in 2014 to provide students an opportunity to apply theories, ideas, and skills learned in the classroom in real work settings.
Samvel Gevorgyan is one of the leading business consultants in Armenia and founder of four successful businesses in varying fields.
This year’s theme is “7 Ways to Go Green,” intended to help communities become cleaner and healthier.
This past summer, Vahe and Nora had the pleasure of visiting campus as part of a University tour for the 100 Pillars of AUA.
The papar was featured in a recent Vox article about Dr. Uwe Reinhardt, one of the co-authors of the article and a prominent Princeton University professor.
During the presentation Benjamin Abtan argued that states forfeit their sovereign rights when they violate or fail to protect the basic rights of their citizens.
“This was a great visit, which gave us a lot of inspiration for the French University in Armenia. We are looking forward to further cooperation,” Ambassador Lacote remarked.
Dr. Samuelian is a prolific writer and translator. He has written a number of books and articles in the field of Armenian language, literature, and history.