News and Perspectives
The BRRN Year-Four Report to the Twin Cities Campus Community is now available. This report covers July 2019 to June 2020. The Year-Five Report (July 2020-June 2021) will be released early this fall.
This fall, Student Counseling Services and the Immigration Response Team are creating a new supportive space for U of M students who are Dreamers, Undocumented, DACAmented, and/or part of a Mixed Status family. This group will be a confidential space for students to cultivate community and talk about topics of interest like navigating the University of Minnesota, relationships, xenophobia/colorism, and more. Although group members may come with various immigration statuses, this will be a space to support one another.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to register for the Intercultural Workshop Series, organized by International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS). This semester’s shortened series includes workshops on the challenges international students are facing due to COVID-19 along with one “Culture In-Depth” session on Chinese students.