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Introducing refreshed logos for Parami’s Learning Institute and Research CenterNovember 10, 2020
Parami University has recently created new logos design for the Parami Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) and Center for Education Policy Research (CEPR), followed by its newly updated organizational structure of Parami University. Change is something inevitable and it is something to embrace and adopt. With the refreshed logos for ICE and CEPR, we seek to keep up with the needs of higher education in our society and the changing of Myanmar’s education landscape.
Our in-house design team together with a brand team worked to create a new and more cohesive visual identity for our Learning Institute and Research Center that resonate their scope of work. And we’re starting this month, with new logos.
The Parami Institute of Continuing Education is formerly known as the Parami Institute of Liberal Arts Sciences. The Parami Institute of Liberal Arts Sciences has recently changed to Parami University. As a component of Parami University, the Parami Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) will now become a learning institute to continue delivering the existing leadership program, professional courses and other educational activities.
The meaning of the new logo and what does ICE offer
As symbolized by the continuous flow of the river in the logo, the Parami Institute of Continuing Education promises the virtue of lifelong learning. With a belief in progressivism in education through teaching, the Parami Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) will nurture and empower Myanmar’s young adults with problem-solving, critical thinking, and analytical skills through a broad range of educational programs. Taught by both experienced Parami and visiting faculty, ICE will continually offer leadership programs, career development courses, and capacity building classes for students, working professionals, and those who wish to continue their learning.
Meanwhile, the Center for Education Policy Research, formerly part of the Parami Institute of Liberal Arts & Sciences, will now become a research team under Parami University.
The meaning of the new logo and what does CEPR offer
In Myanmar, the banyan tree is a symbol of wisdom. As a research group that is part of Parami University, and which focuses on higher education in Myanmar, we aim to develop and promote a research culture in Myanmar that will have a positive impact on the education sector and the community more broadly. The aerial roots of a banyan tree travel beyond their origin to have a far-reaching impact; similarly, by inducing a systemic change in education, CEPR aims to have a wider impact on the entire education ecosystem, as well as society. By collaborating with local and international partners, CEPR hopes to grow a network of informed education professionals. This facilitates wise decision making that will enrich Myanmar's education sector and, as a result, communities within Myanmar
You will now see all of our distinguished logos that represent their components featured on the Parami University website as well as other platforms of our social media sites.
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