New York Public Library Center for Research in the Humanities named after Vardan Gregorian
YEREVAN, NOVEMBER 21, ARMENPRESS. The Center for Research in the Humanities of New York Public Library has been named after Armenian-American historian, Aurora Prize co-founder Vardan Gregorian.
The trustees of The New York Public Library (NYPL) have voted to rename the Center for Research in the Humanities to the Vartan Gregorian Center for Research in the Humanities.
“The change recognizes the profound contribution of Vartan Gregorian, NYPL president from 1981–89, who is credited with restoring and revitalizing the Library—structurally, fiscally, and reputationally as an essential civic and educational center,” NYPL said in a statement.
The Vartan Gregorian Center for Research in the Humanities, located on the second floor of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, is dedicated to engaging, inspiring, supporting, and connecting a growing community of scholars worldwide, with each other and with the Library’s world-class collections. The Center encompasses four shared study rooms, as well as the Lenox and Astor Room and other programming spaces for research events that highlight the Library's collections and the research they have fueled.