PhD & Postdoctoral Fellowships – Sustainable Development The United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies (UNU-IAS) is now accepting applications for its three fellowship programmes: UNU-IAS PhD Fellowships, UNU-IAS Postdoctoral Fellowships, and JSPS-UNU Postdoctoral Fellowships.
Aghasi Tadevosyan was born in 1966 in Armenia. He graduated from the Department of History of Yerevan State University in 1991. In 1995, he obtained a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology. His main research interests are social changes, cultural transition, value transformation, modernization, and migration processes of post-Soviet Armenia.
MIT Armenian Society (MITAS) and the Armenian Association for Academic Partnership and Support (ARMACAD) cordially invite the academically oriented community of the Greater Boston area to attend the Armenian Students and Affiliates meeting at MIT.
Faculty Development Fellowship is a non-degree program that seeks to encourage faculty to generate innovative approaches to curricular and pedagogic reform, to develop and introduce new content in university courses, to raise the quality of instruction in higher education in the countries served, and to build and sustain local and international academia networks.
This symposium examines the historic role of the Armenian presence in the Holy City of Jerusalem. Each presentation gives a different view of the significance of Jerusalem to Armenians.
Mushegh Asatryan was awarded the Graduate Student Paper Prize by the Middle East Medievalists Association
Mushegh Asatryan (Religious Studies, Yale University, USA) was awarded the Graduate Student Paper Prize by the Middle East Medievalists Association for his essay “Bankers and Politics: Eighth Century Kufan Moneychangers and Their Role in the Shi`a Community,” which he presented at the Middle East Studies Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. Mushegh is the first [...]
Department of Language and Culture Studies Trinity College presents Professor Mushegh Asatryan Visiting Lecturer, Trinity College “Divine Man or Man of God? Early Islamic Sources on the Idea of the Divinity of the Imams.” Monday, November 14, 2011 4:15PM Rittenberg Lounge Mushegh Asatryan is a visiting Lecturer in Language and Culture Studies at Trinity College. [...]
At the end of March 2011 two students of Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Vahe Tahmazyan and Petr Kaplunovich went on a student internship to France, where under the guidance of MIPT graduate student Alexei Scherbakov and Professor Alexander V. Tishchenko they were engaged in experimental work on “Study of optical properties of monolayer [...]
“William Saroyan” medal of honor was presented to Professor Boghos Levon Zekiyan and Professor Gabriella Uluhogian
Rome, Italy,Saturday, 12 February 2011 The “William Saroyan” medal of honor was presented to Professor Boghos Levon Zekiyan and Professor Gabriella Uluhogian at the Embassy of the Republic of Armenian, Rome, Italy. Assigned by the Minister for the Diaspora of the Republic of Armenian, Mrs. Hranush Hakobyan, this prestigious award was presented by Ambassador Rouben Karapetyan in recognition of the professors’ [...]
The Universe is at least 137 billion light-years wide (42 Gpc), new study from Oxford astronomers showed (arXiv:1101.5476). Compared to more traditional statistical techniques they got that the Universe is at least 200 billion light-years wide, which means that it is actually 50 Billion light years bigger than previously estimated. However, the new statistical method [...]
At the Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ISEEES), University of California, Berkeley
From October 30 to November 13 Hamazasp Danielyan, PhD in Political Science, Associate Professor at Political Science Department of Yerevan State University, visited Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ISEEES), University of California, Berkeley as a participant of CRRC-UC Berkeley Field Project. The main aim of Danielyan’s visit was to develop a new [...]