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Parami students’ leadership role in a global context


Parami Class of 2026 got selected for the programs to showcase their leadership potential and impact the community. Wai Moe was selected as a Global Media Fellow, and The The Zuu Zin was chosen as a Remote OSUN Ambassador.

Parami Class of 2026 got selected for the programs to showcase their leadership potential and impact the community. Wai Moe was selected as a Global Media Fellow, and The The Zuu Zin was chosen as a Remote OSUN Ambassador.


Along with 13 other Global Media Fellows, Wai Moe will have a great opportunity to use their media and networking skills to connect with students, staff, faculty, and alumni in the Open Society University Network (OSUN). At Parami University, Wai Moe founded a Media Club last year to address misinformation and media toxicity issues through media literacy awareness.


As a Remote Ambassador, The The Zuu Zin (Nick) is responsible for sharing, facilitating, and bringing opportunities such as international events, workshops, and virtual conversations that allow students to connect with one another and discuss the topics of their interest. This fall, six student ambassadors from six universities in the Open Society Network University were chosen for this program.


Nick is the founder of the Social Issues Club and Health Journal Club. Social Issues Clubs focuses on civic engagement projects to explore solutions for various local social issues, such as Child labor and street kids, Gender Stereotypes/Gender-based marketing, Gender Equity, Factory Labor Rights, and Employee rights. She has also published an essay about Global Public Health on Global Commons. There are a couple of publications from the SIC club: first publication & second publication.


This fall, Nick founded the Health Journal Club, and the club’s main purposes are 1) to evaluate and assess methodologies of medical/scientific findings, 2) to learn to apply data and statistics in research, 3) to understand modeling in scientific research, 4) to create content that helps correct the public misconception, 5) to create opportunities and club activities that encourage the practical application of research and research findings (applying One Health theories into practical activities).


This summer, Wai Moe and Nick traveled to Budapest, Hungary, to participate in the Get Engaged Summer Conference.



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