Archive for Kepler Inspires

06 17
2018

Kepler Educates

Kepler’s Grad Ceremony Student Speaker Sadiki Bamperineza

By Sadiki Bamperineza Ladies and Gentlemen, parents, teachers, Kepler alumni and distinguished guests, good afternoon and congratulations to all my fellow Kepler graduates. It used to seem hard in the beginning, soft in the middle after being familiar and so sweet at the end when you made it….

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06 17
2018

Kepler In The News

Believe in yourselves, Kepler graduates urged

By Joan Mbabazi Source: The New Times | Orginal Article Link Published : June 13, 2018 | Updated : June 14, 2018  Graduates of Kepler have been urged to believe in themselves and use the knowledge – both academic and otherwise – to succeed in their respective careers….

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06 17
2018

Kepler In The News

105 Students Graduate From The Kepler Program

By Taarifa Reporter Source: Taarifa | Orginal Article Link Published : June 13, 2018 A total of 105 students completed their studies in various courses at Kepler, a nonprofit university program that operates campuses in Kigali and Kiziba refugee camp in Rwanda. Kepler has enrolled more than 700 students…

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02 23
2018

Kepler Educates

A bright future for refugees who graduate with an American University Degree through Kepler

By UNHCR Source: UNHCR Rwanda | Link Originally Published : January 26, 2018  Kepler serves over 500 students on its two campuses in Rwanda, 110 of whom are refugee learners. Future can be more than just circumstances, it can be what one makes of it and what one…

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02 23
2018

Kepler Educates

The Changing Role of Teachers

Source: The International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity | Orginal Article Link The Escuela Nueva model— which began in Colombia in the 1980s and has been adopted as national Colombian policy — uses a student-centered model with lessons that are better connected to the local setting and recruitment…

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11 15
2017

Kepler In The News

Can These New Colleges Help Solve Higher Education’s Equity Problem?

“Hybrid colleges,” embody the kind of innovative thinking needed to tackle higher ed’s intransigent problems.

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