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:

Maine Community Colleges to Offer Free Class to Maine High School Students and Incoming First-Year College Students

by | March 24, 2021
Maine community colleges will be offering one free class this summer to Maine high school stude [...] Read more

Survey Shows Faculty More Positive About Online Learning Now Than Before Pandemic

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A survey has shown that 51% of faculty are more positive about online learning today than befor [...] Read more

Harvard Faculty, Local Officials Support Legal Complaint Against Harvard Fossil Fuel Investment

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More than 115 Harvard University faculty members and nine local elected officials have backed a [...] Read more

Dr. Darrick Hamilton Appointed to NYC Racial Justice Commission

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Dr. Darrick Hamilton, the Henry Cohen Professor of Economics and Urban Policy at The New School [...] Read more

Oregon State University President Dr. F. King Alexander Resigns

by | March 23, 2021
Oregon State University President Dr. F. King Alexander has resigned from his post, effective A [...] Read more

South Carolina State University Faculty Senate Votes No Confidence in President James E. Clark

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The South Carolina State University Faculty Senate passed a resolution 18-2  stating it has no [...] Read more

Dr. Lee Vernon Stiff, Veteran Educator, Passes Away

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Dr. Lee Vernon Stiff, former leader of North Carolina State’s College of Education for 37 yea [...] Read more

Ochsner Health and Xavier University of Louisiana Announce Genetic Counseling and Health Informatics Graduate Programs

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Ochsner Health and Xavier University of Louisiana have announced two new graduate degree pro [...] Read more

AASCU Names 32 Higher Ed Leaders for Leadership Development Program

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The American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) has named 32 higher ed lead [...] Read more

Dr. Patricia Ramsey Appointed First Woman to be President of Medgar Evers College

by | March 22, 2021
Dr. Patricia Ramsey – biologist, educator, strategist, leader and fundraiser – has been app [...] Read more

University of Montana’s College of Humanities and Sciences Faculty Criticize Proposed $2.6 Million Budget Cuts

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University of Montana’s College of Humanities and Sciences faculty are criticizing a $2.6 mil [...] Read more

Oregon Institute of Technology’s Faculty Senate Calls for President to Resign

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The Oregon Institute of Technology’s faculty senate has called on its president, Nagi Naganat [...] Read more

NYU and Howard University Nursing Colleges Form Health Equity Partnership

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NYU’s Rory Meyers College of Nursing has partnered with Howard University’s College of Nurs [...] Read more

Southern University at Shreveport Partners with Avance International University of Uganda for International Educational Opportunities

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Southern University at Shreveport’s (SUSLA) Chancellor Dr. Rodney Ellis and Avance Internatio [...] Read more

Maryland Legislature Agrees to Pay $577 Million to State’s HBCUs

by | March 19, 2021
Maryland lawmakers has passed a bill to pay $577 million over 10 years to settle a longstanding [...] Read more