Welcome to The Armenian Studies Program
The Armenian Studies Program held its 33rd Annual Banquet on Sunday, May 2. The Banquet
was held virtually and a special video to mark the occasion was prepared.
The link is here: https://bit.ly/armenianstudies33rdbanquet
President Joseph Biden's Statement on the 106th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
President Biden's Statement.
Fresno State Interim President Dr. Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval's Statement on the 106th
Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Statement.
"All Things Armenian" Radio Hour
Every Sunday afternoon from 2:00-3:00PM
on Multicultural1600 AM Radio
Streaming live at: https://www.multicultural1600am.com/
Archived editions of "All Things Armenian" at bit.ly/allthingsarmenian
Fall 2021 Events will be announced soon.
The Armenian Studies Program
The Armenian Studies Program was established in 1977 and the Center for Armenian Studies
was founded in 1988. The Center provides an opportunity for students and faculty to
interact and currently houses the Armenian Studies Program, the Sahatdjian Armenian
Studies Library, the Avedian Armenian Studies Archives, the newspaper Hye Sharzhoom/Armenian
Action, the Armenian Students Organization, and the Index of Armenian Art.
The Haig and Isabel Berberian Endowed Chair in Armenian Studies, established in the fall of 1988, is one of several Armenian Chairs in the United States and provides financial support for a distinguished Armenologist. The endowment honors Haig and Isabel Berberian and was established by their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Arnold H. and Dianne Gazarian. Other friends of the Armenian Studies Program have made significant contributions to the endowment.
Read more-A Brief History of the Armenian Studies Program
Armenian Genocide Monument Unveiled at Historic Ceremony
4,000 plus attended on Thursday, April 23
Maple Mall, Fresno State
The Armenian Genocide Monument.
Photo by Paul Schlesinger, The Collegian
Armenian Genocide Monument to be Built on Fresno State Campus
-Groundbreaking Held on Sunday, November 2, 2014
Fresno—On Sunday, November 2, the Armenian Community of the San Joaquin Valley broke ground on a Monument dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The event began at 2:30 p.m. and took place at the Fresno State Maple Mall, located south of the Satellite Student Union.
For more information, go to Armenian Genocide Centennial Committee-Fresno.
Now on YouTube:
"A Century of Rebirth"-Armenian Students Organization organized
100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide Commemoration-April 24, 2015
Armenian Genocide Monument Groundbreaking, Fresno State November 2, 2014.