IDD hosts a seminar course, titled “Azerbaijan and the Modern World” for Princeton University students
The Institute for Development and Diplomacy hosts a seminar course, titled “Azerbaijan and the Modern World”.
Overall 15 Princeton University students visited ADA University to take part in the global seminar course organized in collaboration with the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies.
The enhanced course agenda features insightful seminars delivered by Michael A. Reynolds, Associate professor of Near Eastern studies, director of Program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies.
Students also get benefit from seminars conducted by ADA University faculty and guest speakers from the MFA and other government agencies.
The course also includes day city trips coutside Baku, including Lankaran, Ganja, Guba, Ismayilli, and Shaki.
Participants visited the Juma Mosque in Shamakhi, Jews Synagogue in Guba, and Orthodox Church in Baku to gain a deeper understanding of Azerbaijan's multicultural environment.
Before leaving our country, they collected amazing memories: cheering for our football club in the Qarabağ (Azerbaijan)-Lech Poznan (Poland) football match; an adventurous day in mud volcano; etc.
We believe that the "Azerbaijan and the Modern World" course held at ADA University gave Princeton University students a new perspective on Azerbaijan.