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Working Group Pharmacy

  • Members are appointed by the institute council on the suggestion of the different member groups
  • The working group has one student chair chosen by the members of the sub-working group
  • Meetings always take place the week before the respective institute council convenes (advisory board)

Composition of members; Quorum:

  • The working group must comprise at least three students, two instructors, and one researcher
  • The student members must include at least one bachelor’s degree student, one bachelor’s degree student in a teacher training program, and one master’s degree student
  • Quorum: simple majority, but this must be comprised of at least two students and one member from other member groups, i.e., official decisions should involve as broad a variety of member groups as possible

Tasks of the Sub-Working Group for Biology:

  • Act as an advisory board for all matters concerning studying and teaching at the Institute of Biology (proposed resolutions, statements/recommendations)
  • Contribute to the quality assurance sub-processes for studying and teaching
  • Contribute to and finalize position statements on the topic of establishing, revising, or discontinuing degree programs
  • Deal with all aspects of the degree programs within the teaching unit (degree program feasibility, general or specific problems with teaching, etc.)
  • Provide advice on central questionnaires, support interdisciplinary aspects of decentralized evaluations, determine courses of action that may need to be taken
  • Take responsibility for questionnaires and evaluations with a focus on studying and teaching (with the support of the staff specialist for studying and teaching and/or the office of academic affairs)
  • Provide position statements for requests for research semesters
  • Select recipients for the “Prize for Teaching” by the student members of the sub-working group and the student representatives for the Institute of Pharmacy who also evaluate the legitimacy and representativeness of questionnaires

  • Deal with “tasks” from the institute council and, where necessary, discuss issues and projects with the institute council and the department’s education committee.