School of Chemical Engineering

Equality and diversity at 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.
Aalto students and campus_photo: Unto Rautio

Aalto University aims to offer everyone an equal operating environment in which employees and students representing different genders, positions and backgrounds are treated equally. The joint objective is to have a good studying and working atmosphere prevail at the university. In its own part, equality work promotes the sustainable social and cultural development of Aalto University.

The School of Chemical Engineering is committed to advance and promote equality. The School's Equality and quality group make annually an equality implementation plan that is based on the Aalto University Equality Plan 2019-2021.

Equality group 2019-2021

Development Manager Marjo Kettunen, chair
Professor Mari Lundström
Professor Ville Alopaeus ( Professor Jaana Vapaavuori)
University teacher Emmi Ollila (Planning officer Sirje Liukko)
Postdoctoral researcher Maryam Borghei
HR-coordinator Alice Björklund
Academic coordinator, Platform manager Heidi Henrickson
Research Engineer  Kimmo Karinen
Student member Helinä Väätäinen

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at Aalto

We aim to be a diverse and inclusive community where all students, faculty, staff and stakeholders feel a sense of belonging and can fulfill their professional, educational and social aspirations fully.

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Kuvassa eri-ikäisiä ja erimaalaisia ihmisiä työskentelemässä yhdessä. Kuva: Aleksi Poutanen

Code of Conduct

The Aalto Code of Conduct summarises the principles of fair play and integrity that govern our activities and sets out guidelines for the kind of behaviour that we expect of each other. It is based on Aalto’s values and establishes a common operational culture.

Code of Conduct
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