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Hye Sharzhoom

Hye Sharzhoom is a supplement of The Collegian and the newspaper of the Fresno State Armenian Students Organization and the Armenian Studies Program and is funded by the Associated Students.

Hye Sharzhoom online

Events Archive

Review past Armenian Studies events including the 500th Anniversary of Armenian Printing and the Armenian Genocide Centennial and dedication of the Armenian Genocide Monument.

Past Armenian Studies Events

Ralph Shabazian

Ralph Shabazian Endowed Armenian Memorial Fund Established with Gift of $700,000

Ralph Shabazian Endowed Armenian Fund

 

Armenian Studies E-Newsletters

Armenian Studies E-Newsletter archive

E-Newsletters

Upcoming Events

Artsakh

"Artsakh: The Photographer's Eye!"

Hrair Hawk Khatcherian
Montreal, Canada

co-sponsored by the Armenian General Benevolent Union, Greater Fresno Chapter
Friday, February 3, 2023
7:00PM

University Business Center, Fresno State
5245 N Backer Ave

Free admission. Free parking in Lot P6. Parking Permit not require for Friday evening lectures.
More information: Hrair Khatcherian

shadowsof1915

"The Shadows of 1915"


A Discussion and Book-Signing with Jerry Burger

in conversation with Dr. Robert Vartabedian, Emeritus President, Western Missouri State University
co-sponsored by the Armenian Museum of Fresno

Friday, February 17, 2023
7:00PM

University Business Center, Fresno State
5245 N Backer Ave

Free admission. Free parking in Lot P6. Parking Permit not require for Friday evening lectures.
More information: Jerry Burger

dennispapazian

"Dr. Dennis Papazian: Reflections on an Armenian-American Journey"

Dr. Dennis Papazian
Emeritus Professor, University of Michigan, Dearbon

co-sponsored by the Knights and Daughters of Vartan


Thursday, February 23, 2023
7:00PM

University Business Center, Fresno State
5245 N Backer Ave

Free admission. Free parking in Lot P6. Parking Permit required. Free code available through the Armenian Studies Program.
More information: dennis papazian