The AUA Acopian Center for the Environment, a research center of the American University of Armenia, promotes the protection and restoration of the natural environment through research, education, and community outreach. The AUA Acopian Center’s focus areas include sustainable natural resource management, biodiversity and conservation, greening the built environment, clean energy, and energy efficiency, as well as information technology and the environment.
AUA Adjunct Lecturer and Acopian Center for the Environment waste management expert Harutyun Alpetyan was hosted on Kentron TV’s morning show to discuss waste management, its current challenges, recent developments, and other related topics. /ARM/
Researchers at the AUA Acopian Center for the Environment, adjunct lecturer and waste management expert Harutyun Alpetyan and assistant professor and aquatic ecologist Dr. Garabet Kazanjian, were hosted on AUA alumnus Narek Amirkhanyan’s (MBA ’19) re:arrange podcast to discuss the situation of Lake Sevan, waste management issues, carbon credit, and more. /ARM/
research and community outreach projects managed
graduate and undergraduate courses taught at AUA with 601 students enrolled.
volunteers, interns or work-study students engaged in activities of the Centers
new project proposals submitted, which ACE/CRM either directly prepared or participated in preparing
community outreach events organized with over 2000 people involved
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