The results of a study on “Firms, Kinship and Economic Growth in the Kyrgyz Republic”
The Economics Department of AUCA and Crossroads Central Asia, an independent research institute, are pleased to invite you to the presentation of the results of a study on “Firms, Kinship and Economic Growth in the Kyrgyz Republic”. The research addressed the question of whether kinship networks help promote entrepreneurship or impede its development in Kyrgyzstan.
AUCA Professor has been awarded the Ulysses Medal for Leadership in Refugee Health
She is being recognized as a visionary and transformative leader in the areas of Trauma Research and International Collaboration. Her psychiatric expertise of many years of trauma work in Central Asia and Kazakhstan, as well as her extraordinary support for the Veteran and Refugee Center (VIRTIS)
Creative Writing Club Draws Students from across the University
A new initiative at AUCA this semester, has drawn an audience of students from across the university to participate in creative exercises and hear from professionals about their writing experience. The club is a joint effort of the Academic Advising Center and the Writing & Academic Resource Center (WARC), which also offers writing tutoring.