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Karen Cordova - JC:HEM's new Alumni Association Coordinator
JC:HEM Appoints Karen Cordova as Alumni Association Coordinator.
JC:HEM has appointed Karen Cordova as its Alumni Association Coordinator. The role will support more than 700 people who have completed one of JC:HEM’s Community Service Learning Tracks or Diploma awards. Its focus will be the provision of support and advice on opportunities for future study and the promotion of alumni activities and ventures across JC:HEM’s seven current learning sites.
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Beth Furlong of Creighton University discusses JC:HEM's new Curriculum with Justus Mbea of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa
JC:HEM Recruiting Subject Matter Experts for Next Round of Curriculum Transformation
Explore a new frontier in online education!
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Jean-Claude (centre) celebrating his graduation with Regis University Provost, Patricia Ladewig, and fellow Cohort 1 student Bonane.
R.I.P. Jean-Claude
Dzaleka Site Coordinator, Tom Schrieber, writes a short tribute to the memory one of the first graduates of the JC:HEM Diploma programme, an amazing character with a deep passion for education.
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Project updates
Transform: The Newsletter of JC:HEM - Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins. February 2014
The Newsletter of JC:HEM - Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins

Transform: The Newsletter of JC:HEM - Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins. July 2014
The Newsletter of JC:HEM - Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins

Transform: The Newsletter of JC:HEM - Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins. September 2014
Transform: The Newsletter of Jesuit Commons: Higher Education at the Margins

JC:HEM - Moving into 2014 and Beyond

Saying good-bye to 2013 is filled with incredible memories of students, faculty, staff, and the many companions who in partnership form JC:HEM. Year-end also brings an acute awareness from places in the world that to welcome in a new year is a gift denied many. For JC:HEM 2014 brings high hopes and dreams for what access to higher education can do.

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