Education

Armenian-American Diaspora: A History of 400 Years
The first known Armenian to live in the United States was a man named Martin the Armenian, who arrived in Jamestown, Virginia in 1618.During the Arme...
University of Luxembourg to Host Tumo Center
The University of Luxembourg will soon be home to a Tumo Center for Creative Technologies, a free education Armenian program that has expanded to...
9 New Drone Laboratories To Open In Armenia And Artsakh
Raffi Kassarjian, now former Executive Director of the Union of Advanced Technology Enterprises (UATE) of Armenia summed up the 2021 activities o...
$70,000 Donated to Dzovinar Village in Armenia
Dr. Neshan Tabibian, his son and daughter-in-law Dr. Hagop and Anilga Tabibian have donated $70,000 to start new initiatives in the village of Dzovin...
Government to Co-Finance the Construction or Renovation of 500 Kindergartens
At the cabinet meeting, Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced that the government is inclined to co-finance the construction and renovation of...
Innovative Ideas Generation Center to be established in Yerevan
An Innovative Ideas Generation Center for gifted children and young people will be established in Yerevan. The government decided today to han...
Armenia Adopts Universal Inclusive Education in Preschools
Education authorities say 2021 will see “significant work” in the direction of introducing universal inclusive education system in Armenian presc...
20 schools in rural Armenia receive tech, property from the Armenian community in the Netherlands
According to the official Facebook page of the High Commissioner for Diaspora Affairs of the Republic of Armenia, the Dutch-Armenian community, l...
UNLV School of Medicine to be named after Kirk Kerkorian
The Las Vegas Sun announced earlier this week that the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Medicine will be named after Armenian-American m...