Hannu Salmi Chair
Academy Professor, Cultural History and European and World History
+358 29 450
Hanna Meretoja Vice chair
PhD, Professor of Comparative Literature
+358 29 450
Outi Nurmela Coordinator
Development Specialist
+358 50 410

Mia Korpiola Professor,
Maarit Leskelä-Kärki PhD, Adjunct professor +358 29 450
Sanna Salanterä Professor, Nursing Science+358 29 450
Suvi Salmenniemi Professor, Sociology+358 29 450
Piia Seppänen Professor, Department of Education+358 29 450
Anni Paalumäki University Lecturer, Management and
Outi Vesakoski Postdoctoral Researcher, Finnish Language and Finno-Ugric

Data Security Description

Data Security Description of Cultural Memory and Social Change

Data controller

Development Services of the University of Turku
tel. +358 29 450 5000
VAT number (business ID): 0245 5896-3

Purpose of processing data

Personal data is processed according to subsection 1, paragraphs 5,6 and 8 in section 8 of the Personal Data Act.

The purpose of processing personal data is increasing interaction and collaboration with internal and external customers and partners, and to promote the University’s societal interaction.

Data content of the registers

The registers will store data of staff, cooperation partners and stakeholders of the University of Turku. The persons in the register are identified with name and usual contact details. The contact details may include information about the person’s position and employer.

Legal basis for processing data

The processing of data is based on the universities’ mission set in section 2 of the Universities Act (558/2007). The legal basis for processing data is the consent of the registered person.

Sources of personal data

Personal data is collected from registrations made by the persons themselves.  

Retention period of personal data

Personal data is deleted when the need for it has ended or the person asks for the deletion of their personal data.

Possible recipients of personal data or recipient groups in the EU or EEA

Personal data is not given outside the University of Turku.

Rights of the data subject

  • The data subject has the right to access their personal data retained by the Data Controller, the right to rectification or erasure of data, and the right to restrict and object the processing of data.
  • If the data subject feels they have been mistreated, they have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority.

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