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Diversity Advisor and Service Point

Diversity Advisor

The University’s Diversity Advisor is responsible for further developing our diversity strategy and coordinating its implementation. He also offers advice on how to incorporate diversity aspects into funding requests.  

Dr. Stefan Kurth
Advisor to the University Governing Board
E-mail: stefan.kurth@uni-bayreuth.de

Diversity Service Point

The Diversity Service Point provides current and prospective students as well as staff members with information on diversity-related services at the University of Bayreuth and helps them to find the right office, service centre, or contact person.

Silke Reimann
Diversity Service Point
University Administration (ZUV), Universitätsstr. 30
Room 0.11 (Welcome Centre)
95447 Bayreuth
Phone: +49 (0)921 / 55-5362
E-mail: diversity@uni-bayreuth.de
Office hours: Mon. 12-2 p.m., Tues. 8-10 a.m., Wed. 12-2 p.m., Thurs. 8-10 a.m.

Vice President für Internationalisation and Diversity

Within the University Governing Board, strategic responsibility for the topic of diversity is vested in the Vice President for Internationalisation and Diversity. The Presidential Advisory Board for Equal Opportunities & Diversity advises him.

Prof. Dr. Thomas Scheibel
Vice President für Internationalisation and Diversity
E-mail: vp-international@uni-bayreuth.de

Network for Gender, Queer, Intersectionality and Diversity Studies

The University of Bayreuth’s Network for Gender, Queer, Intersectionality and Diversity Studies (GeQuInDi) serves to reinforce the topics indicated in its name in both research and teaching as well as in university policy and to make them more visible.

​BayFinKHide

The University of Bayreuth has set itself the goal of fully integrating people with disabilities or chronic illnesses at universities and cultural institutions.
This vision led to the founding of BayFinK in April 2017 - the Bavarian research and information platform devoted to the theory and practice of inclusive universities and cultural institutions.

bukofHide

Women’s and equal opportunities representatives from all over Germany are connected in bukof, with the aim of bringing gender equality to the structures and culture of universities.

​Cornerstone for Success - the Family Hide

At around 620 locations nationwide, local family alliances work towards improving the living and working circumstances of families.

​Family Alliance BayreuthHide

Family Alliance Bayreuth is constantly improving the comprehensive and high-quality services and events on offer to families, so that Bayreuth may continue to top the list of family-friendly cities. It consists of eleven local government agencies, who since 2009 have been working jointly, for example, in organising summer holiday childcare.

​Family at University e.V.Hide

This network conceives and develops new, research-based instruction methods and concrete action recommendations, while maintaining an active network promoting an inclusive and barrier-free university environment.

Inclusive universities and a barrier-free BavariaHide

This network conceives and develops new, research-based instruction methods and concrete action recommendations, while maintaining an active network promoting an inclusive and barrier-free university environment.

​LaKoFHide

The state conference of women’s and equal opportunities representatives at Bavarian universities (LaKoF) represents the interests of female scientists, students and science supporting staff at the state level.

​Diversity at Universities NetworkHide

This is a nationwide collegial network of staff from German universities entrusted with the implementation of diversity and anti-discrimination measures at an operational and strategic level.

​Network for Gender-Equality Consulting in Research AssociationsHide

The Network for Gender-Equality Consulting in Research Associations is a grouping of equal opportunities functionaries who are engaged in gender-equality consulting as well as the development of gender equality measures for research associations at universities.

​Inclusive doctoratesHide

As part of the PROMI - Promotion Inklusive project, graduates with a disability are given the opportunity to start a doctorate.

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