Alumni Spotlight: Maksad Donayorov, Software Engineering 2013
There are lots of things that I missed about AUCA, but keeping it in the frame of academic life are conversations with professor Lance Tillman. He is one of the professors who impacted on my critical thinking and always had answers to my questions that most professors would just skip.
AUCA students from the environmental chemistry class followed a new chemical training at AUCA
Last week, on Thursday, AUCA students from the environmental chemistry class followed a chemical training. Their tasks were to analyze water samples, and determine their colorimetric scale and concentration of chloride and metal ions. All students got correct results, an evidence of students' better understanding theory of environmental chemistry course and good practices for chemical calculations in previous classes.
Anthropology: a field trip to prehistoric times
As the America writer Napoleon Hill once put it: skills can only be developed with practice, not while reading instructions. All faculty members from the Anthropology Department adhere to the same principle when it comes to teaching. This education method helps better understand theory and program. That is why anthropologist students in AUCA can regularly be spotted on research fields and at various events organized by their own Department.
Delivery of the first universal ID cards for the students of AUCA
Today, the president of AUCA Andrew Wachtel and the Chief Information Officer at AUCA Dr. Karim Zerxoni handed over the new universal ID cards to 30 students of the Anthropology department. The card will be used on the new campus in fall 2015. This was the distribution of the first batch of ID cards.