International Food Festival
September 2, 2013: On our first day of class, we had an international food festival here at AUA! We are proud to embrace the beauty of cultural diversity on our campus!
September 3, 2013: Over 30 students signed up for the competition and were excited to get the chance to play Dean Aram Hajian, College of Science & Engineering. Vladimir Kanjaryan won!
AUA’s Got Talent: Karaoke Night!
September 3, 2013: Last night our students had a blast at the AUA’s Got Talent: Karaoke Night! From Eminem to Adele, to Getashen, we sang our hearts out and had a great time!
September 4, 2013: AUA Students started their third day of classes with a bit of stretching and bending! The Welcome Week of Events continues this Wednesday morning with “Stress Management Through Yoga” instructed by Lena Davtyan.
Thank You Letters
September 4, 2013: Math & Writing Center Mini-workshops continued with its series of workshops with a mini-workshop on Thank You Letters presented by Melina Nazaryan. Melina is a second-year, graduate student in the business administration program.
Three Smart Angles
September 4, 2013: We had our second math mini-workshop entitled, “Three Smart Angles” presented by Mane Shahinyan is a second year graduate student in the Industrial Engineering and Systems Management program.
How to Write a Thesis Statement
September 5, 2013: We had our third mini-workshop on writing entitled, “How to Write a Thesis Statement” presented by Lusine Avagyan. Lusine is a first year graduate student in the masters of law program.
Say hello to derivatives!
September 5, 2013: Our last Math & Writing Center mini-workshop was focused on derivatives. Mikayel Charchyan’s presented, “Say hello to derivatives!” Mikayel is a second year graduate student in the business administration program.
What is good writing? Tips on how to write well
September 6, 2013: The Math & Writing Center finished its mini-workshop series today with a writing presentation entitled, “What is good writing? Tips on how to write well.” This workshop was presented by Melina Nazaryan. Melina is a second-year, graduate student in the business administration program.