Currencii is an online B2B marketplace for currency exchange, founded by Vahagn Grigoryan (MBA ’14).
The seminar was presented by Roxanne Makasdjian, GenEd’s founder and executive director.
The public health seminar was led by Professor Robert S. H. Istepanian, one of the leading authorities of mobile healthcare.
Tsonara Tangamian sewing workshop produces a variety of clothing, curtains, as well as Armenian traditional clothes and costumes.
The campaign focuses on supporting women students studying computer science, technology and engineering.
Combining political science, economics and management, this joint research opens an avenue for other multidisciplinary projects.
Ann Leclair and Laetitia Bellagamba had a number of meetings with representatives of various AUA departments.
Meghrigian Institute Continues Working with Socially Disadvantaged Children and Children with Specific Health Issues
Overall, 253 children and 59 family members from the selected centers were screened.
More than 20 companies and startups in the IT and telecommunications spheres took part in the fair.
Igor Sargsyan launched his fully-fledged and well-prepared retail store in May 2018.
SPH’s Garo Meghrigian Institute for Preventive Ophthalmology Conducted Eye Screenings in the Hadrut Region of Artsakh
A total of 360 people were screened from July 2 to 14, among which were Artsakh War veterans and their family members.
Deborah Grieser, USAID Armenia Mission Director, and Tina Balin, USAID/ASHA Program Analyst, Visit AUA
“A strong education is the cornerstone of a strong society, which AUA has been steadfast in providing these past two decades,” remarked Balin.
The seminar was led by Dr. Annette Besnilian, a nutritionist and dietitian with a background in public health.
The RA Minister of Health Arsen Torosyan moderated the first discussion that was titled “First Aid” for the Health System: Current Priorities.
The Honors Thesis project is meant to demonstrate the students’ analytic and interpretive skills.
The aim of the Forum-Expo was to demonstrate latest achievements of the engineering sector in Armenia.
As Dr. Zerunyan says, this effort will be continuous and he is committed to donating his time, knowledge and energy to teach the course in the upcoming years.
The class became the first group to join the AUA Pillars, who pledge to support the University through unrestricted giving that allows AUA to further support its students.
The ICNPAA 2018 was brought to Armenia by Professor Naira Hovakimyan, Director for Intelligent Robotics Lab at University of Illinois.
Turpanjian School of Public Health at the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Prevention Conference 2018
At the conference local and global challenges and efforts needed to combat the tobacco epidemic were discussed.
“It’s an opportunity for students to get involved in the emerging world of unmanned aerial systems,” said Sean Reynolds, adjunct lecturer and researcher at ACE.
The conference aimed at bringing up-to-date evidence-based knowledge to nurses from Armenia and Artsakh working in cardiovascular units.
“The pillars not only saw how great Armenia is, but also witnessed the strong role of AUA and the results of the university’s mission and work,” said Professor Areshian.
AUA Adjunct Lecturer Ruben Malayan Participates in the Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington D.C.
[NPR-National Public Radio] During the festival, painter and graphic artist Malayan delivered workshops and talked about Armenian calligraphy.
[YerkirMedia] Hambardzumyan earned her Master’s degree in Political Science and International Affairs from AUA in 2003.
The construction of the Artsakh State University’s new main building and the implementation of a number of joint projects were on the agenda.
“Our visual identity is an important part of our history, who we are today, and what we want to be tomorrow,” said William Bairamian, AUA Director of Communications.
“AUA is our second home. It is made for smart, successful and energetic people, who want to change something,” said PicsArt CEO Hovhannes Avoyan.
The donated books cover a broad range of topics ‒ from literature and arts to politics and society.