Senate

The Senate is composed of thirteen elected representatives from the member groups university teachers (seven members), the Scientific Service (two members), the Non-Scientific Service (two members) and the students (two members), as well as of their deputies.

Term

Employees: 1st July 2014 - 30th June 2016    
Students: 1st July 2014 - 30th June 2015 

Senate Members

MitgliederVertreterin / Vertreter
VorsitzProf. Dr. Matthias BauerProf. Dr. Merle Hummrich
Hochschullehrerinnen / Hochschullehrer (Professorinnen / Professoren, Juniorprofessorinnen / JuniorprofessorenProf. Dr. Matthias BauerProf. Dr. Norbert Schütz
Prof. Dr. Armin CastelloProf. Dr. Kirsten Diehl
Prof. Dr. Peter HeeringProf. Dr. Ulf Harendarski
Prof. Dr. Merle HummrichProf. Dr. Anne Reichold
Prof. Dr. Olaf JäkelProf. Dr. Hinrich Lorenzen
Prof. Dr. Stephan PantherProf. Dr. Berthold Hass
Prof. Dr. Reiner SchlauschProf. Dr. Carsten Hobohm
wissenschaftlicher DienstDr. Sibylle MachatDr. Geoff Parker
Dr. Michael MeierDr. Jutta Zaremba
nichtwissenschaftlicher Dienst (technisch-administratives Personal)Gurli JendreikoThomas Starck
René StachowitzBirgit Schröder
StudierendeKamala Johanna MuleyMoritz Lund
Tim PapenfußPaul Jakob Weber
Mitglieder gem. § 21 Abs. 4 HSG (Mitglieder ohne Wahl, mit beratender Stimme)Prof. Dr. Werner Reinhart, Präsident
Prof. Dr. Monika Eigmüller
Vizepräsidentin für Europa und Internationales
Prof. Dr. Andreas Christian, Vizepräsident für Forschung
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Schwier, Vizepräsident für Studium und Lehre
Frank Kupfer, Kanzler
Martina Spirgatis Gleichstellungsbeauftragte

Merle Hinrichsen

Gurli Jendreiko

The Senate advises on matters of research, teaching and studies that concern the whole university or are of fundamental importance.

The Senate is responsible for exercising a prudent and constructive control of power and for contributing to the development of the University. The Senators see it as their duty to contribute to the University's development beyond their own personal and technical areas of interest and to submit to a higher common interest.

Responsibilities of the Senate

To prepare its decisions, the Senate forms central senate committees. The Senate appoints special Senate representatives to carry out special tasks. These representatives are answerable to the Senate.

Pursuant to section 21 subsection 1 of the Higher Education Act of Schleswig-Holstein, the Senate is responsible in particular for:

  • Deciding on the constitution, as well as on the university statutes
  • Electing and deselecting the President, the Vice-Presidents, as well as the Chancellor
  • Deciding on the research priorities of the University
  • Consenting to the research report of the University
  • Opinion on a financial report of the University
  • Resolution on a budget / budgetary right
  • Commenting on the University's structure and development plan
  • Commenting on target and performance agreements
  • Commenting and making proposals on the establishment, change or cancellation of degree programs
  • Commenting on appointment proposals
  • Deciding on the establishment, amendment or abolition of scientific units in accordance with the provisions of the constitution
  • Deciding on issues of fundamental importance in matters regarding the promotion of young scientists and artists
  • Commenting on examination regulations, adoption of the rules governing examination procedure, interdisciplinary provisions for examinations, as well as adoption of principles for PhD regulations and regulations pertaining to post-doctoral qualifications (Habilitation).
  • Commenting on special research projects
  • Deciding on laureateships and honors.