Welcome to a new feature that will be published periodically on the campus climate website. Campus Climate by the Numbers is an opportunity to see what data tell us about campus climate - how our students are experiencing the Twin Cities campus in key areas, including their perceptions of climate for diversity; beliefs that staff, administrators, and faculty are supportive of diverse social identities; and growth in multicultural awareness and appreciation of differences (institutional student learning outcomes).
The University of Minnesota Twin Cities will welcome new students to campus next week, including more than 5,900 students in the Class of 2022 and more than 2,000 new transfer students. Following two days of residence hall move-in on August 27 and 28, the U of M will kick off Welcome Week activities on August 29.
The Bias Response and Referral Network (BRRN) website has been updated with a more streamlined and hopefully easy to use format. Please let others know about this important resource. https://bias-response.umn.edu
How to report a bias incident you experienced or witnessed:
The Supplier Diversity Expo is hosted by the Office for Business & Community Economic Development and provides excellent opportunities for contractors and business owners to identify new suppliers, discuss business opportunities and form joint ventures to maximize inclusion on University construction projects and goods & services contracts. This Expo provides a direct link between the University and general contractors, sub-contractors, professional service providers, small business owners and businesses owned by women, minorities and disabled persons.