"Promoting sustainable development through civil society: a case study on the EU engagement in Kyrgyzstan"
Joint Seminar of the Central Asian Studies Institute and the Sociology Department, September 22, 2017.
Call for Panels - Borderland Spaces: Ruins, Revival(s) and Resources
Dear faculty and students, for the upcoming 6th Asian Borderlands conference in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan), we invite panels and papers that address the following questions: How are borderlands in Asia creating alternative spaces for heritages, self-definition and the extraction of resources? How can these cases serve to rethink social theories of various kind? We look forward to receiving proposals before 2 October 2017.
Scott Patnode: "I am both excited and proud to join the AUCA community for the next four months!"
This semester, the American University of Central Asia's Writing and Academic Resource Center (WARC) is lucky to have a student from the United States, Scott Patnode, volunteering to lend English language help to students in the AUCA learning community.
A one-time scholarship for students with disabilities
With the support of the “Siloam” (Republic of Korea) center for blind people, "Равные возможности (Equal Opportunity)" social center in Bishkek selects students with disabilities to award a one-time scholarship equivalent to 300 (three hundred) US dollars.