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Chess Is to Play and Math Is for Life
17 May 2019

At times math teachers use a legend, “mathematics in the game of chess”, as an introduction to Exponential Functions. The original myth tells of a mathematician in India who invented the game of chess and was subsequently bestowed a vast reward for its creation. The king of India was so impressed by the game that he offered the mathematician to “name your reward!” The inventor responded, “My wish is simple.

Class of 2015 alumnus offered PhD placements by seven different US universities
19 April 2019

ISET is pleased to announce that Irakli Shalikashvili (who graduated as part of the Class of 2015) was accepted with full university funding for the Economics Ph.D. program at the University of Notre Dame. Having worked for two years as a researcher at the ISET Policy Institute and subsequently as a lecturer, Irakli decided to continue his education abroad.

Higher Education Reform in Georgia: Challenges and Opportunities
27 March 2019

The Government of Georgia (GoG) is determined to foster the internationalization of the Georgian higher education system and to ensure that all Georgian citizens have access to high quality higher education, to support their individual and professional development and to improve their access to better employment opportunities.

IT Flu in the Armenian Labor Market
25 March 2019

We are living in an era of advanced technology, and with such rapid development, the changing landscape of the online world has dramatically changed our daily lives. There is no doubt that over the years technology has created amazingly useful resources, which has placed all the information we could need at our fingertips. Software is devouring the world, and you can imagine that this is great news for IT professionals. It’s not just Facebook and Google that need IT professionals.

ISET’s Professor Muhammad Asali Publishes Paper in International Journal
28 February 2019

ISET would like to congratulate Professor Muhammad Asali on the publication of his new article, entitled “A Tale of Two Tracks,” in the Education Economics journal.

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