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Gender Equality at the University of Mannheim - Facts and Figures

Nationwide, we can observe a progressive “evaporation” or disappearance of highly qualified female researchers as they advance in their academic careers. The so-called “leaky pipeline” phenomenon also exists at the University of Mannheim. However, this trend has changed considerably in recent years. Yet, at 76% (as of December 31, 2017), there are still far more male professors than female professors today. This situation is supposed to be further changed.


Research Map

Gender equality, equal opportunity, and diversity also play a major role in research and teaching at the University of Mannheim. The research map shows selected gender- and diversity-related projects that are being carried out at the various schools. In addition, the project list includes all projects of the University of Mannheim relating to the above-mentioned topics.

Please note: Due to its subject-specific orientation, the School of Business Informatics and Mathematics has not been included, but is constantly striving to increase the proportion of women in the school.

Contact:

Alexandra Raquet

Alexandra Raquet

Leiterin der Stabsstelle Gleichstellung und soziale Vielfalt
University of Mannheim
Stabsstelle Gleichstellung und soziale Vielfalt
B 6, 30-32 – Room 020
68159 Mannheim
Jasmin Greff

Jasmin Greff

Stellv. Leitung/Projektkoordination Professorinnenprogramm II
University of Mannheim
Stabsstelle Gleichstellung und soziale Vielfalt
B 6, 30-32 – Room 012
68159 Mannheim
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Tue, Wed 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
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