Happy Fourth of July from the #SNHUalumni Office and Petey!
Happy Wednesday from the @snhulibrary! What’s your favorite space on @snhuoncampus? #SNHUviews
There are only a few days left to get your 2018 SNHU Alumni Award nominations in! Visit the link in our bio to learn more and submit your suggestions for one or all three awards! #SNHUalumni #PenmenPride #SNHUhomecoming
Check out the posts and story from @snhu_gem and celebrate #worldrefugeeday by welcoming these new #snhualumni to the family! #Repost @snhu_gem with @get_repost ・・・ Today is #WorldRefugeeDay. Did you know that protracted refugee crises last over 26 years on average? This means that entire generations are being left without opportunities to access higher education or employment. Although #UNHCR has prioritized tertiary education as a solution that enhances the protection of youth and facilitates integration,” globally, the average for refugees’ access to higher education is less than 1% (compared to a global average of 34%). The SNHU Global Education Movement (GEM) believes that higher education can be the key to an alternative future of possibility for refugee and host communities around the world. That’s why we are leveraging the best of online competency-based education and the resources and expertise of on-the-ground partners to deliver a high-quality blended learning model that can drastically expand access to higher education around the world. Our #blendedlearning model is grounded in and shaped by our pioneering work with @kepler_hq in Rwanda, which began enrolling marginalized learners in Rwanda in 2013, and expanded, in 2015, to refugee populations in Kiziba refugee camp. We are proud to have over 160 BA graduates since the inception of our programs in Rwanda. We are even more excited that both of our programs with Kepler have achieved a 50/50 gender balance of female-to-male students. Pictured here are students from #KizibaRefugeeCamp. They are graduating with their associate degrees from @SNHU; following this graduation ceremony, they will continue their educational journey to pursue bachelor’s degrees and, eventually, employment. Photo credit: @_jonmercer_
In 2015, Paul Kunsa '15MBA missed commencement. Three years later, he made the eight hour trek from Pittsburgh, PA to visit the campus of the university for which he has so much respect as a graduate. First time to campus and New Hampshire! Here he is with Exectuive Director of Alumni Engagement @kwdnh. Thanks for visiting and welcome home, Paul!
Check out the West Coast Celebration photos in our Facebook album - like, tag, comment, share the magic! #SNHU2018 @SNHU Link in bio.
Campus is breathtaking this time of year 🌸 🌺 ☀️
Well, hello there! 🐌
#TBT to last week in Calgary with Barbori Streibl '16G and Ashok Nair '08. The two connected through this year's Global Days of Service. You never know where you'll meet a fellow Penmen. Are you getting together with other #SNHUcommunity members? Snap a pic to share with us!