Eye on UMSL: International impact
A crowd of students, faculty and staff listens as Daniel Doerr, UMSL’s assistant director for international admissions, answers a question during an information session held Tuesday in the wake of last week’s executive order governing visas and entry to the U.S.
The afternoon meeting in the Millennium Student Center included presentations by several staff members from International Student and Scholar Services, Counseling Services and Campus Police.
ISSS’s Rebecca Kehe gave an overview – available online – of key changes resulting from President Donald Trump’s recent immigration-related actions, plus some tips and pointers.
A total of 27 UMSL students are directly impacted by the 90-day travel ban, with their home countries among those on the president’s list: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.
One of them spoke Monday with a KSDK (Channel 5) reporter, sharing her perspective as an Iranian doctoral student who was hoping to visit home this spring after several years in the U.S.
These photographs were taken by August Jennewein and are the latest to be featured in Eye on UMSL.
For additional information and resources related to the executive order, see the News & Updates page on ISSS’s site.
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