Arrman Kyaw - Higher Education


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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: https://kyawarrman.wixsite.com/website


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Scholars: Let’s Focus on Women and Caregiving in the Economy

by | June 22, 2021 There is a need for more support and investment in childcare and care work as the U.S. opens it Read more

University of Nebraska to Freeze Tuition Increase Faculty Pay

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University of Nebraska will freeze tuition rates and increase faculty pay as part of President [...] Read more

Georgia State Receives $2 Million from Kresge Foundation Education Program

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Georgia State University’s National Institute for Student Success (NISS) has received $2 mill [...] Read more

New UKentucky Study to Examine How Flavored Tobacco Product Restrictions Affect Health Disparities

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A University of Kentucky College of Medicine study will examine how local policies restricting [...] Read more

Howard University Receives $3 Million for Dr. Abraham Pishevar Endowed Chair in Finance and Entrepreneurship

by | June 21, 2021
Howard University has received $3 million to create the Dr. Abraham Pishevar Endowed Chair in F [...] Read more

Emory University Pledges to Reduce Single-Use Plastics

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Emory University is committing to reduce plastic use as President Gregory L. Fenves recently me [...] Read more

Emory University Apologizes to Black Doctor for Race-Based Rejection 60 Years Earlier

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Emory University has apologized to gynecologist and obstetrician Dr. Marion Hood, 83, for rejec [...] Read more

Richard Buery, Jr. Appointed CEO of Anti-Poverty Organization Robin Hood

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Richard Buery, Jr. has been appointed CEO of the New York poverty-fighting organization Robin H [...] Read more

University of West Florida Students Create Black Lives Matter Public Mural

by | June 18, 2021
The Kugelman Honors Program at the University of West Florida (UWF) selected fifteen students t [...] Read more

Jacqueline Jones Named Dean of Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism and Communication

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Jacqueline Jones has been appointed dean of the School of Global Journalism and Communication a [...] Read more

Northeastern University Partners and Saves Mills College from Closing

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Northeastern University is partnering with Mills College, saving the dwindling women’s libera [...] Read more

University of Kansas Chooses Not to Implement Dismissal Policy

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University of Kansas will not use a criticized policy that would have made it easier to suspend [...] Read more

U.S. Education Department Announces Loan Forgiveness for 18,000 Cases Related to ITT

by | June 17, 2021
Students whose financial and academic trajectories may have been jeopardized by the abrupt 2016 [...] Read more

Four HBCUs Receive $5 Million, Three-Year Grants from Apple for Tech Education

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Apple is giving $5 million, three-year grants to four historically Black colleges and universit [...] Read more

Discrimination Causes Disproportionate Harm on LGBTQ People of Color, Research Finds

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Discrimination causes disproportionate harm on LGBTQ people of color, according to a research b [...] Read more
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