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The AESA Science Olympiad award ceremony took place on March 13th, with over 180 attendees. Emphasizing family values, AESA was pleased to witness some participants accompanied by their grandparents.  The event commenced with refreshments and networking before transitioning to the main program.  AESA President Linda Megerdichian kicked off proceedings with an introduction to the organization...
Past Presidents Discussion Panel: A Resounding Success in Commemorating Leadership Legacy March 20, 2024 – Glendale, CA. The Past Presidents Discussion Panel convened on Saturday, March 16th, emerged as a triumph, echoing the esteemed legacies of our past leaders and fostering a vibrant community spirit. Linda Megerdichian, the incumbent President, set the tone with the...
We are thrilled to announce the election results and welcome our newest board members to the AESA family! 🤝🔗Together, we’re ready to embark on a journey of innovation and growth.🚀 Meet the brilliant minds joining our team – each bringing unique skills and passion to elevate our mission: Joe Hacobian – Board Member Leo Natanian – Board...
PASADENA, CA – Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America (AESA) met with Congresswoman Judy Chu at her office in Pasadena, California, on December 18, 2023 to strengthen ties and explore collaborative opportunities aimed at bolstering support for the Armenian STEM community. In attendance were AESA President Ace Tarakchian, AESA Vice President Linda Megerdichian, AESA Public...
Gyumri, Armenia  – The Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America (AESA) Northeastern Section proudly announces its ongoing commitment to support Artsakh war veterans in collaboration with the Gyumri Information Technologies Center (GITC). Through an initiative aimed at fostering education, generating employment, and promoting entrepreneurship, AESA Northeastern Section is contributing to the growth and development of...
Armenia, a country with a rich cultural heritage, is making significant strides in the realm of science and technology. At the forefront of this movement is the Foundation of Armenian Science and Technology (FAST), whose latest project aims to revolutionize education in the country. In a recent announcement, FAST unveiled its plan to implement Artificial...
Established in 1991, the American University of Armenia (AUA) has played a crucial role in shaping the educational landscape of Armenia. From its modest beginnings with a few hundred students, AUA has grown into a thriving institution with over 2000 students today, including both Armenian and international students. While the university has excelled in liberal...
In the aftermath of the 44-day Artsakh war, the Gyumri Information Technology Center (GITC) emerged as a beacon of hope for Armenia’s war veterans. Committed to equipping veterans with essential skills for a brighter future, GITC found a steadfast ally in the Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America – Northeast (AESA-NE). This collaboration not only...
A recent visit to the Engineering City in Yerevan provided a firsthand look at the impressive strides being made in onsite manufacturing, thanks to the dedicated efforts of key figures like Director Aram Salatian and Project Manager Marina Saguinian. The expansion initiatives showcased notable progress across various domains, including a state-of-the-art Automotive Sensors Simulation center,...
In a collaborative effort led by the Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America (AESA), Dr. Jeknavorian, a distinguished Fellow of the American Concrete Institute (ICE) and the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), recently delivered a compelling presentation at the National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia (NUACA) in Yerevan. The focus of...
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