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6
Dec
 
Guest Lecture with Jennifer Tasker
On Thursday, December 2nd, Jennifer Tasker, the Deputy Head of Mission at the British Embassy held a guest lecture in the AUCA within an OSUN Global Citizenship course which is taught by Bermet Tursunkulova, the Director of Development office.
 
3
Dec
 
An important message from President Jonathan Becker to the AUCA community
Dear Faculty, Staff and Students of AUCA: AUCA is a community. An essential part of being a community is the well-being of all community members. AUCA is also an educational institution and we are at our best when we meet each other on-campus and in person, when we can exchange ideas unmediated via zoom and other devices. 
2
Dec
 
Seismic Hazards Training Course at AUCA
On November 3rd, students and faculty of the Applied Geology department joined the Kyrgyz Seismic Hazard Seminar taught by Prof. Ray Weldon from Oregon State University (OSU). The workshop is organized as part of a Central Asia University Partnerships Program (UniCEN) program that provides grants for universities in Central Asia.
30
Nov
 
CASI Literature Week: “Writing Central Asia in Russian: Language, Place, and Displacement in Post-Soviet Rusosphone Literature”, Dec 2, 17:00
Literature Week is a part of CASI’s Workshop on Literature and History. Supported by a generous contribution from Matthew Nimetz, the aim of the workshop is to create a community of junior scholars and advanced graduate students committed to studying literature and to applying literary tools and methodologies to the study of literary art in the Central Asian past.
30
Nov
 
CASI Literature Week: "Minor Literatures and Intra-Soviet Translations: Davlat Khudonazarov's Nisso", Dec 1, 12:00
Literature Week is a part of CASI’s Workshop on Literature and History. Supported by a generous contribution from Matthew Nimetz, the aim of the workshop is to create a community of junior scholars and advanced graduate students committed to studying literature and to applying literary tools and methodologies to the study of literary art in the Central Asian past.
29
Nov
 
Guest lecture by U.S. Embassy air quality science fellow Ryan Schmedding
We invite everyone to the guest lecture by Ryan Schmedding, U.S. Embassy air quality science fellow. Ryan Schmedding will deliver a lecture on climate change and air quality and its health impacts.
29
Nov
 
Thanksgiving 2021
On November 24th, the AUCA community celebrated Thanksgiving Eve! That evening was full of performances, joy, and, of course, delicious turkey!
26
Nov
 
Lottery for Vaccinated Students, Faculty and Staff
On Wednesday 24, the Center for Civic Engagement, together with the Student Life Office, the Public Relations Office, the Human Resources Department, and the Medical Office, initiated the lottery for vaccinated students, faculty, and staff
24
Nov
 
CASI Literature Week: “The Pan-Eurasian Crisis of Ghazal Poetics", Nov 30, 12:00
Literature Week is a part of CASI’s Workshop on Literature and History. Supported by a generous contribution from Matthew Nimetz, the aim of the workshop is to create a community of junior scholars and advanced graduate students committed to studying literature and to applying literary tools and methodologies to the study of literary art in the Central Asian past. 
24
Nov
 
CASI Literature Week: “Islamic Scholars, Wine-Soaked Romance, and Textual Genre: Culture and Contradiction in Central Asia", Nov 26, 18:00
Literature Week is a part of CASI’s Workshop on Literature and History. Supported by a generous contribution from Matthew Nimetz, the aim of the workshop is to create a community of junior scholars and advanced graduate students committed to studying literature and to applying literary tools and methodologies to the study of literary art in the Central Asian past. 
24
Nov
 
CASI Literature Week: “Between Nationalism and Internationalism: Pirimqul Qodirov's 'Starry Nights'”, Nov 26, 17:00.
Literature Week is a part of CASI’s Workshop on Literature and History. Supported by a generous contribution from Matthew Nimetz, the aim of the workshop is to create a community of junior scholars and advanced graduate students committed to studying literature and to applying literary tools and methodologies to the study of literary art in the Central Asian past.  
24
Nov
 
CASI Presents “Literature Week”
Literature Week is a part of CASI’s Workshop on Literature and History. Supported by a generous contribution from Matthew Nimetz, the aim of the workshop is to create a community of junior scholars and advanced graduate students committed to studying literature and to applying literary tools and methodologies to the study of literary art in the Central Asian past. 
18
Nov
 
Sanitary and hygienic rules on campus
Today, as the result of the Covid-19 pandemic, it is important to keep sanitary and hygienic standards for your safety. AUCA Therapist Elmira Amandykova once again reminds us how to protect our loved ones, ourselves, and avoid the disease.
17
Nov
 
Guest lecture with Csongor István Nagy
AUCA IBL students will have an opportunity to attend the guest lecture on the standard of expropriation in international investment law by Csongor István Nagy at 15:35 on November 19, 2021.
11
Nov
 
Video of the Pyramid TV company about AUCA
AUCA Acting President Jonathan Becker talks for the Pyramid TV and radio company about the pros and cons of online education and plans to increase scholarships and preferential services.
10
Nov
 
Personal scholarship named after Gulnara A. Kalikova
We are thrilled to announce the establishment of the special scholarship for the AUCA IBL students initiated by Kalikova & Associates, one of the largest and leading law firms in the Kyrgyz Republic.
10
Nov
 
ElTR TV Company's video about AUCA
ElTR TV company has prepared a video story about our university.
10
Nov
 
Meeting with Aijan Chynybaeva, the member of the Board of Trustees.
On Friday 5th, Aijan Chynybaeva a member of AUCA's Board of Trustees held a meeting with new coming Afghan students from the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).
 
2
Nov
 
Open lecture by Cholpon Chotaeva
On October 26, an open lecture was given by the Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences Program Cholpon Chotaeva within her Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies course.
1
Nov
 
Event in memory of Fatima Khalil in Elm Grove
Last Saturday, an event dedicated to the memory of Fatima Natasha Khalil was held in the Elm Grove (Карагачевая Роща). It was organized by the AUCA's Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) in cooperation with the French-Kyrgyz Ecotourism Association (AFKE)


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