New Addition

Ayuen Ajok Appointed Director of African Studies at GEM

On May 1st 2012, GEM welcomed Ayuen Ajok as its new Director of African Studies programs.

Ayuen is from South Sudan and was one of the original Lost Boys of Sudan. He came to the United States in 2000 and graduated from North Penn HS in Lansdale, PA. He continued his education with an undergraduate degree from Temple University and recently a Master’s Degree in Peace and Social Justice from Arcadia University. We welcome Ayuen to the GEM family.

Upcoming Events

                                           
From Independence to Interdependence - American History Summer Camp
July 24 – July 28, 2017


Select Global and Educational Events:
                            
 

World Heritage Sites and Cities Tour of India and Nepal
Aug 1 - Aug 16, 2017
            
K-12 Teacher Professional Development
Middle East: Crossroads of Culture
at UPenn Middle East Center
August 24, 2017
           
World's Largest Lesson 2017 - SDGs
September 18, 2017

International Day for Peace 2017
Thurs, Sept 21, 2017


GEM Highlights
Good News Agency
Learn about Positive Efforts Around the World and be Inspired

Lesson Plans on the Sustainable Development Goals -
World's Largest Lesson

Lesson Plans and Resources for Teaching Primary Sources with the Library of Congress
Effects of Armed Conflict on Children

New Distance Learning Program
Live from Ukraine