25.06.2019 | 
Science
MEETING AT YSU: NEW ISSUE OF “SCIENTIFIC ARTSAKH” PERIODICAL HAS BEEN LAUNCED
MEETING AT YSU: NEW ISSUE OF “SCIENTIFIC ARTSAKH” PERIODICAL HAS BEEN LAUNCED
The meeting-discussion with the members of editorial board of “Scientific Artsakh” periodical of “The union of young scholars and specialists of Artsakh” NGO was held today in Paleans hall of YSU.

The “Scientific Artsakh” periodical founded by YSU is included in the list of scientific journals.

The new issue of the periodical contains the works by 50 young scholars representing Armenia, Artsakh, Belarus, Iran, Poland, Switzerland and Russia. The works are related to modern problems of social sciences.

The members of the editorial board of the periodical gave professional advice on improvement of “Scientific Artsakh” periodical and making it more recognizable. It was offered to translate the articles into Russian and English, classification of articles in accordance with scientific headings and so on.

The Rector of Gavar State University Ruzanna Hakobyan was present at the meeting as well and congratulated the authors.

At the end of the meeting those present were given their copies of the periodical.

 

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