September 19, 2005
Bruce Janigian appointed Vice President for Development and Government Relations of AUA
Oakland, CA - The Board of Trustees of the American University of Armenia Corporation (AUAC) approved the appointment of Bruce Janigian, Esq. A.B., J.D., LL.M., as Vice President for Development and Government Relations of the University.
Bruce Janigian is a member of the Public International Law and Policy Group, and leads the US delegation in the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. His international appointments have included the vice presidency and directorship of the Salzburg Seminar, Fulbright and visiting professorships in international law, attorney adviser for the US Agency for International Development, and legal counsel for the US Navy. His California appointments have included chairman of the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board, and deputy director and general counsel of the California Employment Development Department. He has been a scholar at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace and has taught public and private international law in the US and overseas for the past 30 years. He is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of UC Berkeley's honors program in International Relations, and holds law degrees from the University of California and the George Washington University.
AUA is confident that Bruce Janigian will contribute immensely to the development and prosperity of the university, and will help lead the institution into new direction bringing AUA to a new level of professionalism.