The Faculty of Science would like to ensure an inclusive learning and working environment in which students and employees feel at home. When everybody feels well established, you create the best possible conditions for talent to flourish. In concrete terms, this means the Faculty of Science aims to be attractive to potential talent that is currently under-represented, such as young students from migrant backgrounds and women in science. A diverse and inclusive environment enables optimum development of all available talent and reaps the substantial benefits provided by a wide range of perspectives and opinions. This boosts the quality of research and teaching and amplifies our social impact.
The policies of our Faculty need to contribute to these aims. Therefore, we have drafted a concept policy Diversity and inclusion. Before we finalise this policy, we would like to hear from our students and staff. Download the concept policy below and give us your feedback before 24 February 2020 by sending an email to email@example.com.
After the closing date, all the responses will be processed and the draft policy will be made final by the Faculty of Science management team. The definitive policy document will be published on our staff and student websites.
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