Meet Mahmoud: The SNHU GEM student and Syrian refugee who found a community in higher education.
SNHU GEM leaders and graduates met with leaders in refugee education at the Global Refugee Forum.
SNHU President Paul LeBlanc shares his thoughts on his trip to Rwanda and Kenya and on the global state of refugee education.
SNHU GEM and partners Kepler and Jesuit Refugee Service Kenya held ceremonies in Nairobi and Kigali to celebrate the new graduates.
Congratulations to SNHU GEM students Joseph Pal Char and Rene Ndayambaje!
To reach the UNHCR target of enrolling 15 percent of refugees in higher education by 2030, SNHU GEM students called on universities, international organizations and governments to work with refugees to provide more opportunities for refugees to enroll in higher education by taking into account the complex circumstances of displaced learners.