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留学参考:HBS Dean Decries Trump Immigrant Ban  

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BY: MARC ETHIER ON JANUARY 30, 2017

 

 

Uncertainty over President Donald Trump’s executive order restricting travel into the U.S. for those with both immigrant and non-immigrant visas is roiling Harvard Business School. Nitin Nohria, dean of faculty, sent an email to students, faculty, and alumni today (January 30) expressing deep concern and calling for patience as the school works “to understand the implications for our community of this new order.”

Nohria, a first-generation immigrant to the U.S. from India, wrote in the email that the order issued last week by Trump that restricts entry or re-entry into the U.S. of citizens and nationals of seven countries in the Middle East and Africa has created “anxiety and confusion about how the country will deal with the flow of people through its borders.” He said he was personally “distressed” by news of the order and reminded HBS students that the situation is “fluid and rapidly evolving.”

“We ask for your patience,” Nohria wrote, pointing to efforts by Harvard’s International Office to reach out to international students and scholars. “We hope to provide additional information shortly for those with questions about what the order will mean, both in the short and long term, for everything from careers post graduation for our students to faculty recruiting to our executive programs. … Working together, we can protect the exchange of people and ideas that are so vital to the educational experience.”

BIG IMPACT ON U.S. GRAD SCHOOLS

Trump’s order, announced Friday (Jan. 27), suspends all refugee admissions for 120 days and blocks for 90 days citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen who use both immigrant (permanent residence or green card) and non-immigrant visas, regardless of refugee status. More than Harvard will be affected. Students in the U.S. from the seven countries currently number in the tens of thousands, according to education researcher Rahul Choudaha, founder of the DrEducation blog, with more than 12,000 concentrated in graduate programs. Take those students out of grad school and schools across the country could suffer, Choudaha says — and not just because of the a loss of tuition.

“The majority of these graduate students are in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields, and many of them are at the doctoral level,” Choudaha tells Amy Wang of Quartz. “So, the schools face a financial loss at one level — but a bigger one is the loss of talent, research, the contributions these students will make to the advancement of the field.”

Source: Quartz

Source: Quartz

Trump’s order has already had what Nohria calls “dampening effects” on Harvard students’ and faculty’s mobility — and therefore on the school itself. He said students are suddenly questioning career prospects and wondering whether their families will be able to join them for commencement; faculty are debating whether to travel for research and teaching; class visitors are cancelling trips; and alumni are uncertain about returning to campus for reunions or other activities. The school’s executive programs, comprised of two-thirds international students, may see an enrollment decline, Nohria added.

“Whatever the intention of the order, its implementation has led to disruption and fear, and it undercuts the very foundation of academic institutions like HBS,” Nohria wrote.

 

CONDEMNATION FROM ACROSS HARVARD

Trump’s executive order titled “Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States” immediately called into question the legal status of thousands of green card and visa holders. Some travelers in transit were detained at airports, and protests erupted nationwide. By Saturday night a federal judge had granted an emergency stay for citizens of the affected countries who had already arrived in the U.S. and those with valid visas who are in transit, ruling they can legally enter the country. Federal judges in other states soon followed with similar rulings.

Harvard’s Drew Faust joined other university presidents and the Association of American Universities in calling for a reversal of Trump’s executive order. As quoted in the Harvard Crimson, Faust noted in a university-wide email that nearly half of Harvard’s deans are immigrants “from India, China, Northern Ireland, Jamaica, and Iran. Benefiting from the talents and energy, the knowledge and ideas of people from nations around the globe is not just a vital interest of the university — it long has been, and it fully remains, a vital interest of our nation.” Deans of Harvard College, Harvard Law, and Harvard Medical School joined Faust and Nohria in criticizing the order.

Harvard will hold a town hall meeting Wednesday (Feb. 1) to discuss the implications of the immigration order for its international affiliates, two of which already have been blocked from entering the U.S. as a result of the order, Faust said in her email. She noted the concerns of Muslim Harvard affiliates in particular, and added that she has begun a search for the university’s first Muslim chaplain, a move that has drawn praise from the Harvard Islamic Society.

‘WE HAVE THRIVED AS A RESULT OF … INTERNATIONAL DIVERSITY’

Meanwhile, as the legal and political wrangling continues, Harvard’s Global Support Services officeissued “guidance” on the executive order, ending with a message to the Harvard community “from all parts of the world who have long demonstrated their dedication to educational advancement and the pursuit of knowledge” that “we share your concerns about the executive order on immigration, and we’re here to support you.”

Nohria and Das Narayandas, senior associate dean, told students, faculty, and alumni that administrators at HBS plan to meet throughout the week to determine a course of action, adding: “Harvard Business School, throughout its history, has welcomed students, faculty, and staff from every part of the world. We have thrived as a result of the international diversity of experiences, perspectives, and beliefs that come together in our classrooms and on our campus.

“Let’s draw on this diversity in the days and weeks to come to determine what we as a community can do to make sure our voices and viewpoints are heard, and to support one another during difficult times.”

 

 

以上内容摘自:

http://poetsandquants.com/2017/01/30/hbs-dean-says-trump-order-sparks-disruption-fear/ 

 

 

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