AUA in the Media

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Media.am covers the new 5-module “COVID-19 and Other Epidemics” training course for journalists, prepared by the Onanian Center for Health Services Research and Development of the AUA Turpanjian College of Health Sciences. /ARM/

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AUA alumna Nina Shahverdyan (BAEC ’21) talks to the Armenian Weekly about her return to her native Artsakh post-graduation to teach kids in Aghavno, as she believes a good education can change Armenia.

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In an interview with 24TV, CBE Dean Dr. Vache Gabrielyan notes that while the Armenian economy is recovering from the COVID-19 recession, we should still prepare for possible unforeseen negative developments, especially at the end of the year.

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PSIA Associate Professor Dr. Asbed Kotchikian speaks with political scientist Anna Gevorgyan of Boon.am about the phenomenon of small states, from economic development to military considerations. /ARM/

Boon.am
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Print layout designer of the Armenian Weekly and AUA Alumna Nanar Avedissian (BAEC ’19) reflects on her experience pursuing a master’s at Emerson College in Boston while the 2020 Artsakh War raged in her homeland.

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Expounding on her rich career path in international law, Deputy Director for Science of the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute Edita Gzoyan (LL.M. ’12) describes her decision to pursue a master’s degree at AUA as one of her best life decisions. /ARM/

Public Radio of Armenia
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In partnership with AUA, the Center for Truth and Justice announces its first annual international conference, “Human Rights and Accountability: The Aftermath of War,” which will take place from June 1-3, in Yerevan at AUA.

Massis Post
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President of the Republic of Artsakh Arayik Harutyunyan received the AUA delegation led by Vice-President Ashot Ghazaryan to discuss issues concerning the development of education in Artsakh. /ARM/

Artsakh Press
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AUA Adjunct Lecturer Mimi Zarookian and AUA Teaching Associate Gayane Aghabalyan (BAEC ’20), who is also the author of the children’s book “The Sunny Cook,” were hosted by the Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) for a webinar titled “Beyond The Book: Transforming Armenian Children’s Literature.”

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator
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