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07/13/2021

By NAD Sona Manuelian

Covid-19 could not prevent us this year from traveling to Armenia with a volunteer build team. We were determined to assist a family, the Poghosyans, to fulfill their dreams of having a decent home to live in.

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The University of Michigan-Dearborn Knights of Vartan Supported Armenian Research Center

The Armenian Research Center (ARC) at The University of Michigan-Dearborn continues – for its twenty-second year – its work of research, education, publication, and public service locally, nationally, and internationally.
It has become a “virtual” Center, taking advantage of modern communication–printing, travel, mail, telephone, fax, and the Internet–to work with a large number of people beyond its modest physical boundaries, to reach out literally to the whole world.  It not only has a respectable collection of books, articles, newspapers and documents on Armenia and the Armenian people–in hard copy, microfilm and microfiche–but it also has access to a lot of other research materials available on compact disk and the Internet, which tie it to many major libraries and databases around the world.
The Center continues to offer information and research facilities to students, faculty, and the general public, as well as to the press, television, radio, and the local, national, and international research communities.