School of Chemical Engineering: governance

Quality and leadership support

Aalto University maintains and develops a quality management system in order to support its strategic management and to be able to continuously improve its activities on all levels. The  quality system is thus an entity of procedures and processes aimed at safeguarding and improving the quality of the university, its education, its research and other activities.

Development Manager Marjo Kettunen ([email protected]) and the School's quality assurance team are responsible for quality affairs in the School of Chemical Engineering.

The quality team supports the Dean in developing the school’s quality assurance policy and manuals. The team makes recommendations on areas of development and supports the annual development cycle at the School of Chemical Engineering. Together with the Equality group, the quality assurance team  also steer the equality work at the School, including the annual CHEM EQU action plan.
Governance page of  Aalto University serves as Aalto Handbook. It consists of descriptions of the university's activities, processes and organization, as well as quality assurance.

CHEM Quality Assurance team (Dean's decision 2/2019)

Development manager Marjo Kettunen, chair
Professor Mark Huhges
Professor Eero Kontturi
University Lecturer Robert Franzen/Tiia Viinikainen
Staff Scientist Leena Pitkänen / Staff Scientist Ben Wilson
Doctoral candidate Rasmus Kronberg
Manager, Technical services Jaana Rich /  Research engineer Juha Linnekoski
Head of Academic Affairs Anni Rintala /  Planning Officer Anna Mäkilä
HR-manager Jutta Heino / HR-coordinator Alice Björklund
Head of Finance Pirjo Muukkonen / Controller Jenni Ala-Hongisto
Senior Grant Writer Outi Söderberg / Senior Research Liaison Officer Sanna-Maija Kiviranta
Kim Eklund, student member

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Equality

How are the equality issues managed at the School of Chemical Engineering?

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