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WARC-Library Information Literacy/Research initiative
Recognizing the growing need for online research, digital citizenship, and 21st-century skill development, AUCA’s Writing and Academic Resource Center (WARC) has launched a joint initiative with AUCA Library with the help of an AMICAL grant.
Welcome to the new elected Student Senate members
On November 3, 2017 AUCA Student Senate elections for 2017-2018 academic years were held. Five hundred fifty three AUCA students from all departments have voted to choose the new SS members.
Nepalese National U-19 Football team visit AUCA
The national Nepalese U-19 football team visited AUCA on 8th November . They are participating in the qualifying round of Asian Football Confederation Championship 2018 being held in Kyrgyzstan.
A tour for AUCA students: "The amazing landscapes of Konorchek canyons resemble the Grand Canyon in USA"
On Monday, 6 November 2017, department of EMSD and Applied Geology have organized a tour for AUCA students to the “Konorchek” canyon.
WARC Birthday Celebration
On Wednesday, November 1st, the American University of Central Asia’s Writing and Academic Resource Center (WARC) celebrated its sixth year of providing tutoring services to the students of AUCA. 
"AUCA students were discussing with FAO representative in Kyrgyzstan the structure, functions and future plans"
On Thursday, 26 October 2017, Dr. Dorjee Kinlay, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) representative (United Nations in Kyrgyzstan) has given a guest lecture for AUCA students from Environmental Management Sustainable Development and Applied Geology departments on the topic “The State of Food and Agriculture”.
“A backpack and a small budget is enough for a few weeks of freedom, intercultural exchange and amazing adventures”
Maura Hegi, a 26-year old exchange student, majoring in International Relations, St. Gallen, Switzerland. Miss Maura shares her impressions about AUCA and Kyrgyzstan with us:
“The Symbolic Landscape of Bishkek: Visual Nationalism and Collective Memory in Public Art”
This presentation explores the perception of public art in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan through the lenses of collective memory, nationalism, and sociology.
Anastasia Valeeva: “I think the ever-moving classrooms and halls of the building echo the spirit of entrepreneurship, projects and student initiatives that are abundant”.
AUCA new faculty member - Anastasia Valeeva is data journalism lecturer and open data researcher. She has researched the use of open data in investigative data journalism as part of her fellowship at the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford.
Deadline Extended: Call for Panels - Borderland Spaces: Ruins, Revival(s) and Resources
Dear faculty and students, for the upcoming 6th Asian Borderlands conference in AUCA (Bishkek), 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 25 October 2017.

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