The OSUN Hubs for Connected Learning Initiatives are expanding higher educational and research opportunities to areas affected by crisis and displacement. Co-led by Bard College and Arizona State University, with BRAC University and the Princeton Global History Lab as key partners, the Hubs deliver high-quality, contextualized connected learning opportunities customized to meet learner needs in places as diverse as the MENA region, Eastern Africa and Asia. All programming is learner-centered, geared toward promoting livelihood pathways, and innovative in its use of technology to support participants in low-resource settings.
What We Do
The Hubs for Connected Learning Initiatives encompass three interwoven programs:
Bard College and Arizona State University lead the OSUN Hubs, while other OSUN partners play a key role in planning and program implementation, including The Rift Valley Institute, Central European University, Bard College Berlin, American University of Central Asia, American University of Bulgaria, BRAC University, and Al-Quds Bard College. Jesuit Refugee Service and Yarmouk University partner with the Hubs in Jordan, while Borderless Higher Education for Refugees and Kenyatta University are Kenya-based partners.