"Only when the university incorporates the tangible and intangible legacy of its female researchers into its institutional memory, continuously rewrites this legacy through the practice of remembrance and keeps it alive through critical discourse, can the young female academics who teach today be truly inspired by role models who are and will continue to be visible."

Anne G. Kosfeld, Central Equal Opportunities Officer

Making women visible

Women who have a public profile and are recognised for their expertise and achievements stimulate the wider acceptance of women’s careers. At the same time, they inspire more women to pursue their own career and help to advance equal opportunities in society. The many and varied educational and employment paths present a multitude of career opportunities and give young women a sense of self-confidence and belief in their own abilities. For this very reason, we are committed to increasing the visibility of women who are employed at the University of Oldenburg.

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