The Decentralized Equal Opportunity Representatives are the contact persons for all ideas, problems and matters concerning equal opportunities at the faculty. They have the task to comment on the target agreements, to participate in committee meetings and appointment commissions.
According to the Ruhr University's development plan, "equality" is about "equal opportunities between women and men". And for RUB this is a central criterion of university development and is designed as a cross-sectional task. The work of the RUB's central Equal Opportunities Representatives is supported by other decentralized Equal Opportunities Representatives in each of the 20 faculties. Elected by the Faculty Council, they are the official representatives of female professors, scientific staff, technical and administrative staff, and all female students.
The fourth issue of the magazine CHANCEN= from the Equal Opportunity Office was published this winter semester. The magazine is available online as a PDF via the QR code or here.
The magazine is funded by the Lore Agnes Program and is intended to contribute to actively shaping an equal opportunity campus culture and to bring equality issues into the public focus.
Have fun while reading!
RESET & UNIC host a panel discussion on the meaning of work-life balance in academia. Central to the discussion will be the gendered imbalance of care responsibilities of working parents and its far-reaching consequences.
For more information and to register, click here.
TU Dresden offers a five-day workshop (Summerschool) for the programming language "Python" for women* in MINT courses. Participants have the opportunity to try out the programming language and exchange ideas about programming in general.
The Online Summerschool SPRING 2023 will take place from 25.09. to 29.09.2023. Registration is free of charge and possible until 01.09.2023. Detailed information and the registration form can be found here.
Employees and students can sign up their children for this year's holiday camp (26.06. - 14.07.2023). Over a period of three weeks, the children can look forward to a funtimes games week, a woodworking workshop and a science camp. The weeks can also be booked individually. Registrations are possible until May 19, 2023.
Further information can be found here or on the service portal for employees.
Dr.-Ing. Britta Schößer
Group of Scientific Employees
Room: IC 6/125
Prof.'in Dr.-Ing. Martina Flörke
Group of Professors
Room: IC 4/185
Group of Female Employees of Technology and Administration
Room: IC 02/165