Over the past 30 incredible years, AUCA has become an indispensable and familiar institution throughout Central Asia as it continues to nurture and develop leaders to gradually transform the region into a better place. Every year the history of AUCA is filled with new significant events and people who somehow left a mark on the history of the university. To capture all the iconic moments in digital format we designed the "Virtual Museum" which will be a reflection of the past, present, and future of our university.
We invite you to explore the history and current state of innovation at the AUCA through the Virtual Museum which recognizes the vision and contribution of all those who made AUCA the best university in Central Asia and provides everyone with the opportunity to make a small contribution to the future home of AUCA, as it opens the doors for the next 30 years.
The AUCA Virtual Museum tells the story of AUCA in five exhibition sections, which are presented in detail below:
The Beginning: Humanities in Central Asia
Partnership of Bards
Each section reflects one aspect of what makes AUCA unique: the initial energy and passion of the Kyrgyz-American faculty; talented and creative students; fearless and successful graduates; the investment and integrity of Bard College at AUCA; and, finally, AUCA's commitment to leading innovation and change both in the region and around the world.
AUCA would like to thank all its local and international supporters for making AUCA what it is today, especially the Open Society Foundations and the United States Agency for International Development.
The AUCA Virtual Museum is a forum where the AUCA community can share photos, videos, and memories of their stay in AUCA. New materials can be sent by email to email@example.com. We encourage all graduates, teachers, and friends to send their materials.