LECTURE – Higher and graduate education in the institutes of Higher learning in Texas, 16 July 2010, Yerevan, Armenia

Publish Date: Jul 08, 2010

Deadline: Jul 13, 2010

US Alumni Association of Armenia
Armenian Association for Academic Partnership and Support
Cordially invite you to participate in ARMACAD lecture on
Higher and graduate education in the institutes of Higher learning in Texas

Artyom Tonoyan

Date: 16 July 2010
Time: 7:00 pm
Country: Armenia
City: Yerevan
Time and Venue: To be announced to registered participants
Deadline to Register: 13 July 2010
How to Register: See below
Language of the Lecture: English

Mr. Artyom Tonoyan would share his experience as an international graduate student as well as a lecturer in Ethno-Political Conflicts and International Human Rights in Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He will also introduce some of the programs and research conducted at his university. Some of the important aspects of how the academe works in the United States, funding, endowments, alumni involvement as well as opportunities for students from the Republic of Armenia will also be discussed. He will also share some aspects of his dissertation to all interested parties.

BIO: Originally from Gyumri Mr. Tonoyan is a Ph.D. candidate in Religion, Politics, and Society at the J.M. Dawson institute of Church-State Studies at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. His dissertation is on the interaction of religion and politics and the formation of post-Soviet national identities in the South Caucasus. He is also the Assistant Book Review Editor for the Journal of Church and State (JCS), the premier academic publication on matters of religion and politics. The Journal is an imprint of the Oxford University Press.

To participate in this lecture, please, submit an e-mail with short (1-3 lines) introduction (in Armenian or in English) about yourself to armacadem@yahoo.co.uk with “Texas” in the subject line. The authors of emails with different subject line will not be considered for participation in this lecture. So, please, be sure that you mention “Texas” in the subject line of your e-mail when registering for this lecture. The details of the meeting will be shared with those who registered till July 13.

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