||The Arbeitsstelle Frauenförderung (center for the promotion of equal opportunity for women) and the Ausschuss für Frauenförderung (committee for the promotion of equal oportunity for women) established.
||Women’s affairs commissioners appointed by the Academic Senate serve two-year terms on a voluntary basis.
||Tradition of the voluntary women’s affairs commissioner replaced by a paid position. Prof. Dr. Gabriele Löschper commences her term as the first full-time and remunerated equal opportunity commissioner.
||Prof. Dr. Löschper appointed vice-president of Universität Hamburg and vacates the office of equal opportunity commissioner.
|April - October 2007
||Prof. Dr. Ingrid Gogolin assumes office as deputy equal opportunity commissioner of the University. Prof. Dr. Monika Bullinger subsequently appointed equal opportunity commissioner.
||Arbeitsstelle Frauenförderung becomes the Equal Opportunity Unit and is placed under the direction of the equal opportunity commissioner of the University and assigned to the vice president for organizational structure and personnel development (currently: academic searches and academic staff development).
||Academic Senate changes the name of the Ausschuss für Frauenförderung (committee for the promotion of equal opportunities for women) to the Ausschuss für Gleichstellung (Equal Opportunity Committee).
||Prof. Dr. Britta Ramminger becomes new equal opportunity commissioner of Universität Hamburg.
||Dr. Angelika Paschke-Kratzin assumes office of equal opportunity commissioner of Universität Hamburg.