The principal milestones of the project included building the capacity of top and middle level administration to enable Bologna action lines implementation.
AUA Adjunct Lecturer David Davidian Explains Why Azerbaijan is Unable to Offer Viable Solutions to the Nagorno-Karabakh ConflictOctober 21, 2017
[Panorama] “If NK Armenians gain autonomy, surely other ethnic minorities who find themselves under Azerbaijani jurisdiction such as the Lezgin and Talish, will demand geo-ethnic autonomy,” says Davidian.
World Sight Day is an annual day of awareness held on the second Thursday of October. The theme of this year’s campaign was “Make Vision Count.”
Shahinyan is at AUA to share his experience and knowledge with current AUA students and fellow alumni.
[Mediamax] “Data science has been in big demand in Armenia over the last 5-6 years. It is taught at the American University of Armenia, and we started a special Masters program in Data science from September”, says Madoyan.
Aglyan opened his presentation by introducing the international relations theory and explaining how the main theories of IR are interrelated with the notion of hierarchy.
Dr. Arusyak Harutyunyan speaks on Armenian Public Radio’s morning program, as well as Shant TV’s evening news program.
AUA and AmCham have had a long-standing partnership for many years. AUA is a member of AmCham, and the University’s Vice President of Operations, Ashot Ghazaryan, is a member of AmCham’s Board of Directors.
“During the discussion you realize that world issues are much more complicated than you thought,” Davit Musaelyan shared his thoughts on his experience.
AUA established the Distinguished Alumni Award to honor outstanding alumni and celebrate their achievements.
Toghramadjian will be giving special attention to the ways in which Syrian-Armenians have contributed to Armenia’s development.
AUA President Emeritus Bruce Boghosian Runs the Numbers to Show There is No Free Market Without Redistribution MechanismsOctober 16, 2017
Bruce Boghosian was first intrigued by this question when he spent four years living in Armenia, starting in 2010, as president of the American University of Armenia.