Topic: Education

LOS ANGELES — The Armenian Graduate Student Association of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) will host its 17th Annual Graduate Student Colloquium in Armenian Studies on February 15 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event will be[...]

By Louisa Janbazian SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. — On Wednesday, January 16, Arayik Harutyunyan, Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Armenia, visited the Merdinian School, accompanied by John Shirajian, president of Armenian[...]

YEREVAN — What is philosophy and why does it matter? When asked, a group of philosophers and linguists who have volunteered their time for a free, world-class intensive summer session in Yerevan for the past three years replied in an[...]

VALENCE, France (Public Radio of Armenia) — The groundbreaking ceremony for a French-Armenian bilingual school was held in Valence, France on Monday, January 14. The Armenian Cultural Center of Valence has embarked on an ambitious, but[...]

HACKENSACK, N.J. — The Northern New Jersey Community Foundation (NNJCF) announces the award of a $2,000 grant from the NNJCF’s Andrea Tilbian Halejian Memorial Fund to the Center for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation (PJR) at[...]

HALLE-WITTENBERG, Germany — It is a unique institution in the country, the only center specializing in Armenian studies, Armenology. When the Mesrop Arbeitsstelle für Armenische Studien (Mesrop Center for Armenian Studies) at the Martin[...]

YEREVAN — Armenia has precious few natural resources to secure its future; it has no oil, gold or diamonds. Instead, it does have a young, educated population and that just might be enough to promise it a golden future. Seda Papoyan is[...]

DILIJAN, Armenia — On May 26, the UWC Dilijan Class of 2018 — 104 students from 63 countries — bid farewell to the school and Armenia and set off on their new journey of adulthood. The third UWC Dilijan graduation was attended by[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff BARCELONA, Spain – When you ask Armenians about the Armenian community of Barcelona, the only name at best that comes up is that of Vigen Hovsepyan. Now a Yerevan-based singer, Hovsepyan lived in[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff YEREVAN — In the last few decades, many new non-profit programs have been started in Armenia attempting to use as models similar programs in the United States or the West. Teach For Armenia is one[...]