Documents Approval, Reports and Elections at the Scientific Board's Today Session

05 Mar 2018

Today's ASUE Scientific Board's session, headed by ASUE Rector, Professor, Chairman of Scientific Board Koryun Atoyan, was full of agenda. The first issue of the session was the Development of Educational Programs, which was delivered by Paruyr Kalantaryan, Vice-Rector on Educational-Methodological Matters, who presented the process of project development and the work done. Vice-rector also presented a number of documents for the approval of the Scientific Board. Thus, the Scientific Board approved the following 9 documents: regulations of admission to ASUE Full-time Master's Program for the 2018-2019 academic year, methodological instructions for completion and protection of graduation work, methodological instructions for the Master's thesis, formation and work procedure of ASUE certification commission, procedure for discussing and appraising the ASUE final attestation assessment, ASUE graduation work and Master's thesis review,  requirements for developing Master's program in ASUE, methodology for completing formats of Master's curriculum and training program, procedure for conducting student surveys for course evaluation.

Mihrdat Harutyunyan, Vice-Rector on Educational-Organizational Matters, reported on the results of the first semester session of the 2017-2018 academic year. Stressing that the teaching and learning process at the university was organized in accordance with the current regulations and decisions of the Scientific Board, the vice-rector detailed the overall picture. Mihrdat Harutyunyan also presented the problems. The Scientific Board evaluated the done work satisfactory and decided to set up assignments for the organizers of the process.

ASUE Rector Koryun Atoyan presented the issue of participation in the competition for chair heads vacancies. The Chairman of the Competition Commission, Professor Aram Sargsyan presented the candidates who applied for the competition. The competition announced for heads of the chairs was organized by secret ballot. As a result Liana Grigoryan, Associate Professor, Doctor of Economics was selected as the head of the chair of Managerial Accounting and Audit, Mikayel Mardumyan, PhD in Economics, Associate  Professor as the head of the Chair  of  Commerce and Business  Organization, Diana Galoyan, Doctor of Economics, Associate Professor as the head of Chair of International Economic Relations,  Armen Ktoyan, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor as the head of the Chair of Statistics, Firuza Mayilyan, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor as the head of the Chair of Theory of Economics. 

Elections were also held to award associate professor degrees. As a result, the academic degrees of the associate professor were awarded to Lusine Aghajanyan, Lusya Galoyan, Anush Shirinyan, Suren Parsyan. ASUE Rector Koryun Atoyan congratulated the newly elected heads of chairs and associate professors.

Armen Grigoryan, Director of Amberd Research Center reported on the center's activities done in 2017 and problems of 2018. The Scientific Board  assessed the Center's activities as satisfactory and the Rector appreciated achievements and wished further success. The other members of the Scientific Board also joined the Rector's congratulation.

Sevak Khachatryan, Vice-Rector on Students and Alumni Affairs reported on organization of the educational-production, scientific-pedagogical and research experiences, the problems of dean's offices and chairs. Koryun Atoyan instructed to convene a separate discussion aimed at improving the experience. The Scientific Board appreciated the work done and addressed the responsibles for improving the organization of experiences.

Vice-Rector of Science and International Relations Gagik Vardanyan reported on some issues connected with the dissertation topics and scientific leaders, which were confirmed. Scientific Board approved the publication of a number of teaching aids and monograph.

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