A Statement from the Minnesota Robotics Institute
We know that incidents of bias, harassment, and discrimination are on the rise and impacting international students and Asian Americans. The tragic events in Atlanta are a painful reminder of the hate that our friends, family, and colleagues in the Asian community face everyday.
The Minnesota Robotics Institute stands in solidarity with every member of our community to stop hate and condemn racism, xenophobia, and violence. We ask that everyone joins in spreading this message and actively working to fight for equality and justice for all people.
Please see below for ways to get involved and other helpful resources:
- Visit the College of Science and Engineering’s Diversity & Inclusivity Alliance (DIA) website
- Join the College of Science and Engineering’s Diversity & Inclusivity Alliance (DIA)
- Tips for Responding to Bias, Harassment, and/or Discrimination from the Department for International Students and Scholar Services
If you have any questions, concerns, or problems, please email us back here at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to help in any way we can!
Information for New International Students
The University of Minnesota's International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) and campus partners are diligently working to attend to unique challenges encountered by international students and scholars.
Get Answers to Your Questions
ISSS has created a Frequently Asked Questions for New International Students that will be updated in response to the questions we receive from international students and scholars. If you have questions that are not answered here, please email email@example.com. They will be happy to answer your question or connect you to the appropriate office.
Visit the ISSS' Announcement webpage for more information.