Arrman Kyaw - Higher Education

Arrman Kyaw
Arrman is an editorial assistant at Diverse, where he handles newsletters and contributes to reporting and editing. He has prior newsroom experience including from Richmond Magazine, The Henrico Citizen and the Capital News Service. A Burmese reporter, he graduated 2020 in journalism and philosophy from the University of Richmond, where he was managing editor for the student-run newspaper, The Collegian. You can find him on Twitter at @ArrmanKyaw and on his website:

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Vanita Gupta Confirmed as Associate Attorney General

by | April 21, 2021 Vanita Gupta, President Joe Biden’s associate attorney general nominee, has been confirme Read more

University of Texas at San Antonio to Create Hispanic Thriving Institution Leadership Council

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The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) will create an institutional-level Hispanic Thriv [...] Read more

Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education and New Mexico State University Receive Grant for Student Transfer Model

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The Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) and New Mexico State University [...] Read more

Migration Policy Institute Releases Fact Sheets to Help Address Integration Needs of U.S. Immigrant Families

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The Migration Policy Institute’s National Center on Immigrant Integration Policy (NCIIP) has [...] Read more

Howard University Announces Endowed Scholarship to Honor Alum

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Howard University has announced a new endowed scholarship – beginning with more than $200,000 [...] Read more

Dr. Sonya Christian Selected Chancellor of Kern Community College District

by | April 20, 2021
Dr. Sonya Christian, who currently serves as the president of Bakersfield College, has been tap [...] Read more

Former Obama Administration Education Secretary Dr. John B. King Jr. Announces Maryland Gubernatorial Bid

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Dr. John B. King Jr. – former education secretary under President Barack Obama – is seekin [...] Read more

Survey: Quarter of Last Year’s High Schoolers Decided to Delay College Plans Due to Pandemic

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A survey has found that a quarter of last year’s high school students decided to delay colleg [...] Read more

Princeton University Establishes Emma Bloomberg Center for Access and Opportunity

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Through a significant gift from Bloomberg Philanthropies, the Emma Bloomberg Center for Access [...] Read more

Survey: Voluntary Support and Giving to U.S. Higher Ed Totals $49.5 Billion in 2020

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A survey has found that voluntary support of U.S. higher ed institutions totaled $49.5 billion [...] Read more

Mellon Foundation Gives $950,000 Grant to UIC to Continue Leading Latino Doctoral Fellowship Program

by | April 19, 2021
The University of Illinois Chicago (UIC) will continue offering a Latino doctoral fellowship pr [...] Read more

Portland Community College Leaders Announce Retirements

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Mark Mitsui, Portland Community College (PCC) president, and Sylvia Kelley, PCC executive vice [...] Read more

Northern Michigan University Faculty Call for Pay Raises

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Northern Michigan University faculty are calling for pay raises after they say they agreed to a [...] Read more

Excelencia in Education to Host Virtual Briefing on History of HSIs

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Excelencia in Education, partnering with University of Texas at Austin, will host  a virtual b [...] Read more

UC San Diego Approves Undergrad Degree in Black Diaspora and African American Studies

by | April 16, 2021
University of California San Diego has approved an undergraduate degree in Black Diaspora and A [...] Read more
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