Hosting Vladimir Gasparyan, California University Professor, Doctor of Physical-Mathematical Sciences
Today we hosted Vladimir Gasparyan, California University (Bakersfield) Professor, Doctor of Physical-Mathematical Sciences, within the framework of College 25th anniversary events. It wasn’t accidental that professor Gasparyan visited the College: he had been teaching Physics at Quantum during the initial years of its foundation. Therefore, professor Gasparyan has his unique role in the education of Quantum alumni.
Quantum College middle and high school students who attended the meeting addressed a number of questions to Mr Gasparyan ranging from branches and achievements of modern physics to the US educational system and the competency of Armenian specialists abroad. Answering the question what his advice would be to those who wish to work abroad, Mr Gasparyan said: “Everything in life has its price. The price for a high salary abroad is your inner state, your constant longing for homeland, friends and relatives”.
At the end of the meeting, speaking of Quantum College, our guest mentioned that what he saw walking through the College was simply indescribable. According to him, the huge positive changes of recent years are a result of hard work and dedication.