Turpanjian Program for Adult Education and Rural Development  in Armenia and Nagorno Karabakh

  • AUA becomes a founding member of the consortium of American-style Academic Libraries of colleges and universities in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.
  • AUA launches the Turpanjian Rural Development Program, a major five-year initiative focused on economic growth through adult education and rural entrepreneurship.
  • The Anti-Seismic Systems International Society and AUA, in collaboration with the Armenian Association for Earthquake Engineering, holds an international workshop on “Base-Isolated High-Rise Buildings.” Armenia is the first among developing nations to implement seismic-isolation technology and pioneers the practice of retrofitting buildings for seismic isolation.
  • Fifty-two doctors and nurses in Nagorno Karabakh complete basic first aid and emergency skills training organized by the Center for Health Services Research and Development as part of a Humanitarian Assistance Program for Nagorno Karabakh funded by the United States Agency for International Development.


Minister of Education Levon Mkrtchian presents an award to Mr. Turpanjian


The Turpanjian Program for Adult Education and Rural Development in Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh


Law Department pilgrimage to Goshavank with faculty, students, and alumni

Law Department panel “Notions of a Republic: National perspectives of the Meaning of a Republic”


The world-renowned Computer Scientist Donald Knuth with the AUA Community

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The video-conferencing room opens its doors on the main campus


Statistics on AUA’s 1400 Alumni