Dr. Susan Pattie started her presentation by explaining who the Armenian Legionnaires were and what impact they had on Armenian and French history.
“Because of my belief in AUA, I have decided to become the 84th Pillar and fulfill my pledge to the University that has brought so much to Armenia,” said Razmik Grigorian.
In the clip, Ghevondyan (ME IESM ’06) reflects on his move to Armenia, his education and successful career in the homeland.
The EPIC Incubator is a 12-week idea-stage startup incubation program that helps early-stage teams with idea validation and business model creation.
Each year, two AUA students or staff are planned to participate in study-tours at the University of Hohenheim.
The “Quit10” public campaign aims at encouraging the general public to quit smoking and at reducing the number of smokers.
Many discussions at the Expo related to EPIC’s support of private-sector projects with technology and engineering companies.
The central message delivered by the panelists was that Armenia needs to take its time if it decides to utilize transitional justice.
[The Armenian Mirror Spectator] At two receptions held in California, David Balabanian, Esq. spoke about the AUA Legal Clinic and other innovative projects of interest to current and future students.
RA Deputy Minister of Health Arsen Davtyan emphasized the process of developing a concept paper about long-term health care financing model.
These two appointments are bound to influence women’s pursuit of careers in engineering sciences.
Seventeen participants from academic institutions and international organizations took part in this five-day training.
SPH presented various resources encouraging non-smoking healthy lifestyle to reduce the growing burden of tobacco induced diseases in Armenia.
A workshop by Stepan S. Khzrtian, Esq. (LL.M ‘10), founding partner of LegalLab, was specifically designed to incite interest in launching a startup on the spot.
Alex Attwood, Belfast City Councillor, first drew a comparison of the complex situation in Mosul, a city in northern Iraq, with the situation in Ireland.
True to its mission of supporting educational endeavors, AMAA has become one of the 100 Pillars of AUA.
MES-2018 served as impetus for broader networking and collaboration among universities, research and development centers and industrial companies from different countries.
“On behalf of all the parents, I’d like to express our sincere thanks to the American University of Armenia,” said Anush Arakelyan, the mother of Razmik Khachatryan (BAB ‘20).
AUA offers a broad range of innovative courses in entrepreneurship within the curricula of various undergraduate and graduate programs.
“The American people are proud to be a part of the American University of Armenia,” said USAID/ASHA Director and Agreement Officer Anne Dix.
The book brings together innovative writing from around the globe, celebrating the irreducible diversity such work brings to British poetry.
AUA President Dr. Armen Der Kiureghian underlined the observance of Armenian Independence Day and its significance in history, noting that it coincides with the founding of the University on September 21, 1991.
The composition, structure and planned sessions were explicitly designed to fuel entrepreneurial spirit among students and shape a startup culture in academic institutions.
“It is a great honor to visit this magnificent University. We look forward to more engagement and collaboration,” said UCLA Chancellor Block.
The event was organized by the Alumni and Career Development Office (ACDO) of AUA and held at the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia to the Russian Federation.
The workshop gathered specialists from Germany, Japan, Chile, USA, and Armenia to present their work and to create new opportunities for networking and collaboration.
The seminar was led by Dr. Ioannis N. Grigoriadis, Assistant Professor and Jean Monnet Chair of European Studies at Bilkent University, Ankara.
The article discusses the results of the pilot study that assessed the short-term effectiveness of the EPACTT intervention on health care providers’ knowledge, attitude and self-efficacy in treating tobacco dependence.
The book is the first translation of collected diplomatic documents to cover the sparsely-researched period of Soviet-Turkish relations.