Intradepartment Links

Departmental Grant Support

Chemistry Resources

Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EOAA)

EOAA addresses reports of discrimination, harassment, nepotism, sexual misconduct (including sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking and relationship violence) and related retaliation through investigation, consultation, education. All University of Minnesota employees, in the course of doing their jobs, have a duty to report suspected sexual misconduct/assault, relationship violence and stalking. If you become aware of any incident that should not happen in a work-related situation or interaction, you should report it. You may report this directly to your supervisor or others in leadership of your department. You can report to the EOAA, which will determine the appropriate follow-up action. You may also report anonymously via the UMN Ethics Point site. Employees are still strongly encouraged to refer anyone within the UMN community to campus resources such as:

University Resources

  • Machine Shop - The College of Science & Engineering’s Machine Shop provides a wide array of machine shop services for research, including fabrication, machining, welding, on-site inspection, and consulting.
  • University English Language Learner resources for faculty and staff who teach or work with multilingual students, including communication tips, teaching support, and other resources for students, staff and faculty.