An Official Publication of the American University of Armenia Gerald & Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health
The GAtES project promotes the further study of ecosystem services and application of PPGIS-based methods by AUA faculty and researchers in their fields of biodiversity conservation and sustainable development.
In her essay, Kotolyan discusses the issue of using artificial intelligence (AI) in business and mentions seven essential points that internal auditors must be aware of: privacy of information, governance, unemployment, data quality, black box factor, ethics, and the human factor.
Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health Publishes on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder after the 1988 EarthquakeMarch 23, 2018
This publication is the latest in the series of papers based on the Post-earthquake Psychopathological Investigation (PEPSI) study, which followed a cohort of the 1988 Spitak earthquake survivors for over two decade.
Themed “Think Forward”, the TED conference featured talks on a variety of topics ranging from technology to art and from marketing to education and youth empowerment. The speakers shared their ideas that informed and inspired the audience to be more forward thinking both in their personal and professional lives.
Plastic pollution is a growing environmental issue not only in Armenia, but also globally. The HUSK team has proposed an environmentally-conscious idea of recycling plastic bottles for the production of filament, the plastic wire used for 3D printing.
AUA Alumnus Stepan S. Khzrtian (LL.M. ’10) Authors Article on Double Tax Treaty Impacting U.S.-Armenia RelationsMarch 21, 2018
[Asbarez] Stepan S. Khzrtian earned his law degrees at the American University of Armenia and the University of Cambridge, where he studied international commercial tax law with an emphasis on international double tax treaties.
“I hope what you are learning at the American University of Armenia is not only about getting knowledge provided by the best professors, but also learning to be brave, to act, to trust, to connect, to create. Be brave and don’t be afraid to make mistakes,” said Vardanyan.
The Armenian Symposium 2018 gave floor to speakers from various spheres including business, politics, education, and culture. About 200 attendees had the opportunity to engage in productive discussions.
During the EPM Yerevan 2018, participants from 25 European countries, together with representatives of business, civil society, academia, and media, discussed top priorities of the EU Eastern Partnership program.
“I believe this program is much needed in the Armenian market. People working in NGOs acquire knowledge only through professional experience, and there are close to no providers of academic training for NGO management in the market,” said Dr. Tantushyan.
AUA President Emeritus Haroutune Armenian Speaks about Institution Building and Paradigm Shift in Health Services in ArmeniaMarch 17, 2018
Dr. Varduhi Petrosyan, Dean of the Gerald and Patricia Turpanjian School of Public Health (SPH), was also invited to participate in the event.