Code of conduct for all staff, visitors, and meeting attendees in the Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics
Durham University is fully committed to creating an open, inclusive and supportive environment where all members of our community can reach their full potential and are treated fairly and with respect.
All staff, students, visitors and guests to the University are expected therefore to conduct themselves in accordance with our “Respect at Work” and “Respect at Study” policies. We aim to promote an inclusive environment free from discrimination, bullying, harassment or victimisation where individuals conduct themselves professionally at all times.
We will not tolerate bullying or harassment of any group or individual. If you have experienced or witnessed inappropriate behaviour by others, please first endeavour to address this directly (if appropriate), otherwise you can discuss your concerns with a trusted colleague, one of the University Harassment Contacts, a trade union representative or a representative from the Human Resources department.
The Respect at Work and Study policies outline the procedures to be followed by any members of the University who feel they are being harassed, discriminated against or bullied, be that by another member of staff, a visitor, contractor or a student. This code applies to all staff, postdocs, students and visitors to Durham University, as well as attendees at events hosted by the organisation.
Contact DetailsCentre for Extragalactic Astronomy,
Ogden Centre for Fundament Physics - West,
Department of Physics,
Durham DH1 3LE
Tel: 44 (0)191 3343635
* Hubble proves Einstein
correct on galactic scales
* A machine-learning method for
counterparts of submillimeter
* CEA astronomers unravel
blending and discover new
galaxies with ALMA
* A cosmic dance 11.5 billion
years ago: detection of dual
Quasar and AGN pairing
A workshop to be held
in Durham 30th Jul - 3 Aug 2018
was held in
Durham 8-9th January 2018