On June 6-8, Caucasus University Bookstore Librarea, at the initiative of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, hosted young scholars of American and English literature who spoke on English and American high modernism.
On June 2, Professor Tinatin Margalitadze delivered a public lecture on the topic - Why Lexicography - at the Caucasus University Bookstore - Librarea.
On June 1, a public lecture was held at the Caucasus University Bookstore "Librarea". The lecture was led by Irakli Salia, a researcher in general linguistics, on the topic “Ambiguity - a problematic linguistic phenomenon.”
On May 30, Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences Student Scientific Conference was held in the conference hall of Caucasus University.
The conference papers of Caucasus University students were published in the scientific journal of the Vilnius University of Applied Sciences.
On May 5, a seminar on "Georgia and the European Union" was held for high school students and entrants at the National Youth Palace.
On April 4, the students from Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences undergraduate program in European Studies attended a lecture organized by the Information Center on NATO and the European Union on NATO and EU Day .
On March 29, at 15:00, a workshop for sociology entrants was held on the campus of Caucasus University on the topic: "What is the profession of a sociologist and how to conduct research?"
Success of Caucasus University in Shota Rustaveli Georgian National Science Foundation Publishing Grant Competition
The projects submitted by Buba Kudava, Associate Professor of History at the Caucasus School of Humanities and Social Sciences, won the Shota Rustaveli Georgian National Science Foundation Publishing Grant Competition.
Professor Davit Tinikashvili's scientific paper was published in the American journal THE CATHOLIC HISTORICAL REVIEW
The Catholic Historical Review, an international peer-reviewed journal published by the American Catholic University in Washington, D.C.