YSU STUDENTS DEVELOP THEIR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT REFUGEES PROTECTION RIGHTS․ THREE-DAYS AUTUMN SCHOOL WAS HELD.
From the 11th until 13th of November Yerevan State University students participated in a school program on the subject of “Refugees’ Rights” organized by the Office of UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Armenia (UNHCR) and “Mission Armenia” NGO gaining new knowledge within the framework of these classes.
YSU RECTOR HOVHANNES HOVHANNISYAN AND PRESIDENT OF TIANJIN NORMAL UNIVERSITY ZHONG YINGHUA SIGNED AN COOPERATION AGREEMENT
According to the agreement approved today, the two universities will carry out exchange programs for professors, researchers and students, will exchange scientific, professional literature, periodicals and other materials, will organize joint research programs, conferences and other events.
YSU DELEGATION PARTICIPATES IN THE WORKING ASSEMBLY ORGANIZED WITHIN THE "ARMDOCT" PROGRAM
Another workshop of the ARMDOCT project started today in Teramo, Italy, in which the YSU team is involved too.
THE DICTIONARY CREATED BY YSU LINGUISTS WILL TAKE THE ROLE OF NORMALIZING THE GRAMMAR OF LITERARY ARMENIAN. THE REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE HAS LAUNCHED
At the initiative of the Chair of Armenian Language of YSU Faculty of Armenian Philology, prominent linguists of the republic from various scientific and educational institutions present their research at the conference on "Issues of Modern Armenian Grammar".
YSU RECTOR MET THE CHAIRMAN OF THE EURASIAN ECONOMIC COMMISSION COUNCIL DELEGATION HEADED BY M. V. MYASNIKOVICH
YSU rector Hovhannes Hovhannisyan, along with Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of RA Karen Trchunyan, hosted the delegation headed by Mikhail Myasnikovich, Chairman of the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission. For his activity and significant contribution to increasing inter-university bonds, the rector handed a certificate of gratitude to Myasnikovich.
THE THREAT OF DESTRUCTION OF ARMENIAN CULTURAL HERITAGE IN NAGORNO-KARABAKH
From 15 to 19 July 2022, a conference on "The Cultural Heritage of Artsakh" was held at the Yerevan State University and the Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church of Vayots Dzor/Armenia. More than 30 international scholars and experts discussed the origin, historical development and current threats to cultural heritage in the region of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh). These are part of the Armenian culture and, thus, amongst the oldest heritage of Christianity.