YEREVAN, Armenia—On April 12, the College of Humanities and Social Science (CHSS) of the American University of Armenia (AUA) organized a joint commemoration program to mark the occasion of the Jewish Holocaust and Armenian Genocide, the commemoration days of which fall on the same day this year.
YEREVAN, Armenia— On April 12, the Political Science and International Affairs program (PSIA) of the American University of Armenia (AUA) organized a seminar led by Ms. Valentina Gevorgyan, which presented the results of research on Armenian civil society.
FAST (The Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology) announced the formation of the Advisory Board and the appointment of the Chief Executive Director.
YEREVAN, Armenia – The American University of Armenia (AUA) Extension program will collaborate with the Komitas Action Suisse-Armenie (KASA) Foundation
YEREVAN, Armenia – On April 11, the American University of Armenia’s (AUA) AGBU Papazian Library hosted a group of first year students and their professor Zaruhi Tonoyan from the Armenian State Pedagogical University’s Department of Museum, Library and Bibliography Studies after KH. Abovyan.
The project aims to reconstruct and renovate one of the two buildings donated to AUA last year by longtime philanthropists K. George and Dr. Carolann Najarian.
The Organizers have Revealed the Winners of Optimath, the Optimization and Math-modeling Olympiad Hosted by the American University of ArmeniaApril 12, 2017
15 students took part in the final of the Olympiad, organized by the Zaven & Sonia Akian College of Science and Engineering.
YEREVAN, Armenia— On April 11, the Zaven & Sonia Akian College of Science and Engineering (CSE) of the American University of Armenia (AUA) hosted Tatevik Margaryan, who delivered a lecture on Energy Risk Management (ERM).
The American University of Armenia (AUA)’s Turpanjian Rural Development Program (TRDP) has been providing assistance and support to startups in rural areas of Armenia, Artsakh, and Javakhk in Georgia since the program began in 2006.
YEREVAN, Armenia – This month, American University of Armenia (AUA) alumna Mane Tandilyan (MBA ’02) was elected to the Armenian National Assembly as a representative of the Yelq Alliance, where she will assume office on April 27.
YEREVAN—The American University of Armenia (AUA) on March 20 received a grant of $999,000 from the American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (ASHA) program of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to construct, furnish, and equip a student residence facility.