To make the day more memorable, the organizers had chosen this picturesque place, as nature is among the priorities for the studies for people who have chosen this profession.
The ceremony was conducted by YSU Vice-rector on Students, Alumni and Public Relations Ruben Markosyan, Director of YSU Student Affairs Centre Vahagn Varagyan, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Biology Karen Ghazaryan and lecturer at YSU Faculty of Biology Karen Trchunyan.
YSU Vice-rector Ruben Markosyan, congratulating the graduates, wished them success and new professional achievements: “I hope we will still have many opportunities to be proud of our alumni.”
Vahagn Varagyan, a graduate of the Faculty of Biology, congratulated the graduates, highlighted their dedication to the profession they have chosen and expressed hope that such events will become traditional for future generations.
“Biologist should not only study and uncover the secrets of living, but also harmonize the natural and economic development, to ensure the sustainability of man-nature relations. “Dilijan” National Park is one of the unique specially protected areas of the Republic of Armenia,” - said Deputy Dean of YSU Faculty of Biology Karen Ghazaryan.
He also mentioned that this ceremony was another step to connect the Armenian youth with their homeland and nature, so that our graduates could use their knowledge for our homeland and its welfare.