News and Perspectives
By Nitin Nohria, dean of Harvard Business School.
..."Our institution, like many others, has made great strides in increasing diversity. But when diversity advances without inclusion, when we do not create environments where people feel like they fully belong and thrive, tensions can follow. More important, we fail to realize the benefits of diversity.
By Daniel McDonald
As current chair of the University of Minnesota Alumni Association, I read with great interest John Kass’ May 2 commentary, “How the left is silencing free speech” on campuses.
One might conclude, based on national news coverage, that the First Amendment has taken some hits on college campuses in recent years. I am pleased to note, however, that my personal experiences attending speeches on the Twin Cities campus of the University of Minnesota give alumni and all Minnesotans good reason to be proud of the way free speech is protected at the U.
In a May 16 campus-wide email, President Kaler announced his President's Initiative to Prevent Sexual Misconduct
Our determined efforts to combat sexual misconduct continue. We must take next steps to ensure safety, respect, and a culture that reflects our deeply held institutional values.
May 24, 5:30 pm, University International Center, Room 101, 331 17th Ave SE
Chinese Language Cafe provides an informal gathering space for Chinese language learners and native speakers from the Twin Cities. The evening provides attendees an opportunity to speak Chinese, enjoy delicious bubble tea and meet new pengyou.