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Hrach Arzumanyan (BAPG ’26): Future Changemaker

Hrach Arzumanyan is from Kapan, Syunik region. He is a sophomore in the B.A. in Politics and Governance program at the American University of Armenia (AUA) and a recipient of the Troy Kevork Wickett and Justine Yeshil Wickett Endowed Scholarship. In addition...
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Heghine Aleksanyan (CTr ‘21): Career Breakthrough in Translation

Heghine Aleksanyan (CTr ‘21) received her Graduate Certificate in Translation from the American University of Armenia (AUA) in 2021. Despite the fact that translation is not her first qualification, Heghine has acquired rich experiences in the field,...
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Armenianizing Michelle Obama: The Journey of Four C Tr. Graduates

YEREVAN, Armenia ‒ The idea of translating the memoir of former United States first lady Michelle Obama was born in the Practicum in Translation course taught by Dr. Shushan Avagyan, assistant professor at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences...
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Gayane Aghabalyan (BAEC ‘20): Promoting Inclusion Through Children’s Literature

Gayane Aghabalyan (BAEC ‘20) is the author of the “Sunny Cook” children’s books published in September 2021. She also has co-authored the “Armenian Wonderwomen” to be published soon. Currently, Gayane is a teaching associate for the Learning,...
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Anush Ter-Khachatryan (BAEC ‘17): Paving Her Path in the Creative Realm

Anush Ter-Khachatryan (BAEC ‘17) is a graduate of the BA in English and Communications (BAEC) program of the American University of Armenia (AUA). In spite of having graduated rather recently, Anush was successful in paving an impressive career path...
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Transformational $20 Million Gift from Edward & Pamela Avedisian to Further Expand AUA

GLENDALE, CA — The Avedisian legacy of contributing to the constant growth and advancement of the American University of Armenia (AUA) was recently expanded by Pamela Wood Avedisian with a $20 million new gift in honor of her late husband, Edward Avedisian....
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