Diversity Coordinator

Contact

Mag.a Brigitte Bischof
Dean's Office, Faculty of Physics
Boltzmanngasse 5, Room 3E52, 1090 Wien
T +43-1-4277-51005 (Tue/Thu morning)
brigitte.bischof@univie.ac.at

Office hours

Tuesday          10:00-12:00
Thursday         10:00-12:00
 
If possible, make an appointment by email, phone or in person during office hours.

ATTENTION: in February on site only on Tuesday!

Brigitte Bischof is the on-site contact person for your concerns regarding Gender Equality & Diversity.

The office hours listed above serve as a simple and accessible way to raise questions, concerns, complaints, or bring up challenges regarding workplace, teaching and learning culture at the faculty, how they are experienced, and where opportunities for improvement might lie. Also use these office hours to report incidents that violate the University's Code of Conduct, such as possible inappropriate behavior by faculty members or fellow students. In cases of harassment, counseling in the psychological sense cannot be provided, but general support and referrals to the appropriate university contact points can be offered.

In order to sustainably create a discrimination-free and diversity-friendly working and study environment for all faculty members, measures and strategies to improve equality and diversity on a structural level at the Faculty of Physics are being developed and implemented, e.g. in the form of networking opportunities, further training measures and awareness-raising and knowledge transfer on gender & diversity. Suggestions and inquiries are very welcome!

09.02.2024
 

To mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11, we have compiled photos of female scientists at the Faculty of Physics -...

10.10.2023 15:00
 

Dienstag, 10. Oktober 2023 15:00 - 20:00

Ort: Lise-Meitner-Hörsaal, Strudlhofgasse 4, 1. Stock

10.02.2023
 

To mark the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11, we have compiled photos of female scientists at the Faculty of Physics -...

Note

Natasha Holmes, Ann S Bowers Associate Professor of Physics and currently a visiting member of the Faculty, explores the question: Why does Physicist Barbie Want to Wear Pants?

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Career advancement:

As part of an awareness-raising campaign, the University of Vienna has compiled information on counseling and intervention channels for conflicts, discrimination and sexual harassment. This overview chart can be found here (on the intranet).