About Dr. Gregory Fowler
As President of SNHU’s Global Campus, Dr. Fowler has oversight for academic functions in support of the university’s learning experiences and modalities-- online, competency-based and hybrid—meeting the rapidly changing demands of the workforce and global communities. A two-time Fulbright Senior Scholar (Germany and Belgium) with 25 years of experience in higher education management, Dr. Fowler has published and presented at events throughout the world, including Germany, where he also taught at the John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies at Freie Universitat-Berlin. He has held senior level academic and administrative positions at numerous institutions including Western Governors University, Penn State University and the National Endowment for the Humanities. In addition to a Ph.D. (SUNY-Buffalo), an M.B.A. (Western Governors University), Dr. Fowler has also completed an M.A. (George Mason University), a B.A. (Morehouse College) and was a Charles A. Dana Scholar (Duke University). He has also completed several higher education and executive leadership/negotiation programs at Harvard University.
Dr. Fowler also currently serves as a commissioner for the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).
You can find him on LinkedIn.
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