treat each other with mutual courtesy and respect, which is the basis for open and constructive discussions
discriminate against no one based on their gender, gender identity, sexual orientation physical handicaps, orientation, handicaps age, cultural origin, origin religion or world view.
actively intervene when someone acts contrary to these principles.
are open to well justified criticism
refrain from all forms of verbal or sexual harassment.
Adhering to this Code of Conduct is obligatory for all parties: Students and lecturers as well as those involved in administrative and organizational tasks.
Violations against code of conduct in a lab course/seminar/lecture
Dr. Sandra Hemmers, , +49 89 2180 77297
Prof Regina de Vivie-Riedle, , +49 89 2180 77533 (Chemistry)
Dr. Birgitta Beatrix, , +49 89 2180 76902 (Biochemistry)
Conflict and Antidiscrimination Officers for students of the LMU:
Prof. Stefan Zahler, , +49 89 2180 77196 (CUP)
Prof. Dr. Markus Maier, , +49 89 2180 5214 (LMU)
Dr. Katharina Kugler, , +49 89 2180 5239 (LMU)
Professor responsible for the lab course
Violations against code of conduct in the workplace (for PhD students, postdocs, PIs, administrative staff)
Antidiscrimination Officers for scientific personnel:
Prof. Dr. Irene Götz, , +49 89 2180 3328
Prof. Dr. Andreas Ladurner, , +49 89 2180 77095
Conflict Officers for scientific personnel:
Prof. Dr. Frank Fischer , +49 89 2180 5146
Conflict Officers for Professors
Prof. Dr. Dieter Frey , +49 89 2180 5245
Prof. Dr. Stefan Zahler , +49 89 2180 77196:
Antidiscrimination Officers for administrative staff:
Sabine Thomas , +49 89 2180 75892
Ines Steinbach , +49 89 2180 2519
Further contact point for personnel
Personalrat, , +49 89 2180 2979
Suggestion box (Kummerkasten)
Have something to say (Feedback, positive and negative always welcome) and want to stay anonymous? You may submit a letter to the suggestion box. It is located at the wall between the central postoffice and Chemikalienausgabe (CU1.015)