“The Pillars’ association with AUA gives us a stronger sense of responsibility to serve the homeland,” said AUA President Dr. Der Kiureghian.
Avetyan is a business consultant and trainer in management, marketing, digital marketing, sales, as well as tourism and hospitality services.
His Eminence Archbishop Hovnan Derderian said: “AUA is a gift in our nation’s life and the question that remains for us all is how we receive this gift and appreciate the gift of AUA in the life of our youth.”
AUA Alumni Mane Tandilyan (MBA ’02), Narek Mkrtchyan (PSIA ’13), Anush Begloian (MBA ’95), and Meri Galstyan (LL.M. ’12) Elected to RA Parliament
[EVN Report] The AUA alumni will serve for the 7th convocation of Armenia’s National Assembly.
Dr. Avagyan has fifteen years of experience in publishing both in the U.S. and Armenia.
[Khosnak] The participants highlighted AUA’s role as a bridge between the Diaspora and Armenia.
Dr. Gabrielyan specializes in public administration and economics.
Baghdasaryan is currently earning a dual graduate degree at the University of Texas at Dallas.
Dr. Vahram Ter-Matevosyan, Dr. Knar Khachatryan, and Dr. Agassy Manoukian were promoted during the 2018-2019 academic year.
Acting RA Deputy Minister of Health Anahit Avanesyan (LL.M. ’04) moderated the event.
[Science Daily] According to the study, the U.S. spends much more on per capita health care than other developed countries.
“This will be a living-learning community modeled on best practices in the United States,” said AUA Provost Dr. Rhodes.
Dr. Jenny Paturyan and Dr. Vahram Ter-Matevosyan have recently published their research in books released by Routledge.
2018 has been a year of new beginnings, challenges and advancement for Armenia and AUA.
Currently the MSRF Panel is actively engaged in the review and selection of research topics prioritized by the Government.
The goal of the project is to help the Armenian Government update and further reform its national solid waste policy.
SPH faculty and researchers, representatives of internship organizations, and other guests voted for the best poster.
AUA Adjunct Lecturer Dr. Suren Manukyan Participates in the Third Global Forum Against the Crime of Genocide
Dr. Manukyan discussed the current state of Genocide education in Armenia.
Dr. Michael Kouchakdjian, Director of EPIC, noted, “This has been a December to remember for many of our EPIC teams.”
Students learned diverse approaches to problem solving and interpretation of legal norms.
Archbishop Derderian remarked “There should not be one Armenian student who does not receive a university education.”
The project strengthens the AUA Acopian Center for the Environment’s capacity in assessing ecosystem services.
[L’Orient-Le Jour] AUA President Dr. Armen Der Kiureghian conversed with a Lebanese French-language daily newspaper about Aurora Gratitude Scholarship.
AUA Acopian Center Develops UNDP-funded Environmental Education Program for Armenia’s Civil and Municipal Servants
The program comprises 11 modules that focus on a variety of environmental subjects.
The projects were completed within the scope of the Market Research course taught by Dr. Theofanis Varvoglis, Professor of Marketing at CBE.
The event was meant to serve as a platform for AUA freshmen to present their final projects.
Agrian Inc. and the American University of Armenia gather and inspire supporters.
The ISTC Research Grant Program aimed to encourage collaboration between the scientific community and industry, R&D promotion and commercialization.
These ventures are designed to provide innovation in livestock management and food waste recovery.
[Civilnet] In the interview Amirkhanian talks about current environmental issues in Armenia.