05.04.2007 | 
Science
A NEW RESEARCH CENTER IN YSU
A NEW RESEARCH CENTER IN YSU
"To study the new and altering senses of modern reality", - presented the aim of the center in brief David Hovhannisyan.

The Center for Civilization and Cultural Studies was opened on the 5th of April in YSU. The director of the newly opened division is Professor David Hovhannisyan.

In his speech YSU Rector Aram Simonyan mentioned that seven centers of the kind already function in YSU and focused on their important role in presenting YSU as a research university.

Center for Civilization and Cultural Studies is an independent division of YSU, which conducts studies in the fields of culture, politics, geopolitics, etc.

Centers of the kind can exist and work efficiently only in case they are provided with the opportunity to cooperate with the analogous centers both in the republic and abroad, - said Aram Simonyan.

The CCCS publishes a series of regular quarterly Bulletins and annual Almanacs, as well as more specific monographic studies covering a wide range of topics reflecting the broad scope of CCCS interests and activities.

The goals of our center are serious, great and ambitious and the CCCS board will do everything possible to undertake the activities which have not been undertaken in Armenia before. I am glad that YSU authorities show support to our center as much as it is possible, - said the director of newly opened center David Hovhannisyan.

YSU Rector Aram Simonyan called to cooperate with CCCS. According to him the cooperation will not only stimulate the development of the center but will also provide with new quality the scientific-research studies in the University.

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