01.09.2009 | 
Student, Education, Society
THE TRADITIONS OF THE FACULTY ARE ALIVE
THE TRADITIONS OF THE FACULTY ARE ALIVE
On the 1st of September YSU faculties welcomed one more generation of students. Now we will make focus of the Faculty of Armenian Philology.

You are the followers of the great mission of the Great personalities of Armenia, of their thoughts, ideas, dreams and scientific heritage.

These nice words were expressed by the Dean of this faculty Artsrun Avagyan. He introduced the professorial staffs of the faculty to the freshmen, spoke about some universitarian and facultative traditions, which have got a background of decades.

If many other specializations can be studied abroad, too, the specialists in Armenology are trained only here, and You are also becoming responsible for the development of this branch of science, -said Head of Chair of Armenian Literature Samvel Muradyan.

Graduate of this faculty, representative of our Diaspora, writer Anoush Nagashyan also congratulated the students. She shared her first impressions of student years and recited one of her poems.

Surprises had been prepared for our students in advance, too. YSU Public Relations and Information Administration has published The Freshmen Guide and issued a CD on the credit system.

144 children have chosen this specialization in 2009 according to 01.09.09 information.

Later our freshmen visited The Pantheon after Komitas to express their tribute towards the great personalities of our nation.

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