On May 6-12, Armen Trchunyan, Head of the Chair of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Biotechnology, YSU Faculty of Biology, and Associate Professor at the Chair of Diplomatic Service and Communication at YSU Faculty of International Relations, Deputy Dean Arthur Israelyan visited Germany.
RENOVATION OF YSU SPORTS COMPLEX HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THE INVOLVEMENT OF STUDENTS IN PHYSICAL TRAINING
The reconstructed sports complex of the Chair of Physical Education and Sports of YSU was put into operation in December 2016. After its operation, it came up with new quality standards. Part of the sports complex is a special rock climbing wall, unique to the region. Thanks to the efforts of YSU Chair of Physical Education and Founder of the club “Aparazh” Suren Sepanyan, after more than fifty years break, Armenia’s Rock climbing championship was held. Recently, the sports complex has become a “stage” for the European fencing championship.
For the first time participating in the Nelson Mandela Human Rights World Moot Court Competition, YSU team was among the best teams in the world in the first round and was given the opportunity to take part in the final round of the competition.
YSU Rector Aram Simonyan hosted Constandinos Christofides, Rector of Cyprus University.
The opening ceremony of the international school dedicated to the scientific legacy of the world-renowned mathematician Emil Artin was held at YSU Armenian-Indian Center for Excellence in ICT.
May 18, International Day of Museums, is celebrated by more than 150 countries around the world. The number of visitors to the museums is growing greatly ahead of this day.
Today, YSU Faculty of International Relations hosted a lecture on “Contemporary conflicts: Georgian-Ossetian and Georgian-Abkhazian Conflicts” delivered by Lena Zakaryan, a graduate of the "Regional Policy" Master Program at the Faculty of International Relations.
On May 11, the 5th Annual Chinese Bridge competition took place where Mane Gasparyan, 2nd year student of YSU Faculty of International Relations, won in the nomination “Best Speech”.
The homeland of certain types of wheat is the Armenian Highland. Archeological excavations have discovered wheat grains, and it turned out that 2.5 thousand years ago the Ararat Valley cultivated wheat and soft wheat. Barley cultivation in Armenia started 5-6 thousand years ago. The purity and unity of the grains discovered during the excavations indicate that in the 9th-6th centuries BC. varieties of barley were prepared, from which beer was prepared.
Another discussion by “YSU Restart” initiative was held today at YSU.