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School of Chemical Engineering’s equality, diversity and inclusion group is looking for volunteers for 2023–2024 – sign up now!

The EDI group would ideally be broadly representative of different departments, personnel groups and backgrounds.
Students at the Harald Herlin learning center.

Do you want to promote equality at the School of Chemical Engineering? Sign up here to join the school's equality, diversity and inclusion (EDI) group for the period 2023-2024.

The EDI group focuses on developing equality, diversity and inclusion.

The School of Chemical Engineering aims to offer everyone a work environment where students and employees are treated equally irrespective of gender, background or position. The EDI group supports this goal by, among other things, drawing up an annual EDI action plan and following up on its implementation. The group meets three to four times a year.

The aim is that the new group would involve a broad representation from different departments and personnel groups among academics and service units. Both newcomers and those previously involved in EDI operations are welcome to join. AYY appoints two student members to the group.

The size of the group is not predetermined, but it is possible that selections be made among those volunteering if there is a lot of interest.

Registration is open until the end of November and the group will be appointed in December.

 Marjo Kettunen

Marjo Kettunen

Development Manager

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Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the School of Chemical Engineering

Aalto University aims to offer everyone an equal operating environment in which employees and students representing different genders, positions and backgrounds are treated equally.

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