Discussion Groups

Special events

At the pagoda tents and scattered around campus, a few program items await you.
Here we have compiled an overview for you so that you can find these and be in the right place at the right time.

All items on the program are free of charge with no need to register.

Faculty 9 – Cultural Studies

13.00-14.00 p.m. | Workshop Anthropology4Kids

15.00-16.00 p.m. | Meet a professor – questions and answers

Pagoda Faculty 9

Faculty 10 Linguistics and literature & Worlds of Contradiction (WoC)

13.00 - 13.30 p.m. | Lecture and participatory activity on the topic of climate and children’s books

  • Contact person: Dr. Elisabeth Hollerweger and Dr. Nils Lehnert


14.00-14.45 p.m. | “Facts & Fiction” (performance of short student contributions from linguistics)

  • Contact person:  AMS!-Theater,Students of linguistics


15.00-15.45 p.m. | “Chat GTB – an AI tells us something” (workshop)

  • Contact person: Students of linguistics


16.00-17.00 p.m. | “Facts & Fiction” (performance and science slam on the topic of contradictions)

  • Contact person: AMS!-Theater, WoC-GradNet: Jonas Trochemowitz, Deborah Nyangulu, Jan Dittrich


Pagoda Faculty 10 & WoC

ZeMKI, Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research

12:00 - 12:45 p.m. | How Can and Should Global Social Media Platforms Be Regulated? (In Conversation With Dr. Dennis Redeker)

13:00 - 13:45 p.m. | Post-Digital Educational Spaces – How Do We Learn in the Age of Audiovisual Cultures and Communicative Intelligence? (In Conversation With Professor Karsten Wolf)

14:00 - 14:45 p.m.  | Religion and Media in the Coronavirus Pandemic (In Conversation With Dr. Hannah Grünenthal)

15:00 - 15:45 p.m. | Critically Researching the Digitized World of Data (In Conversation With Dr. Irina Zakharova)

16:00 - 16:45 p.m. | Molo.news – New Regions for the Innovative Information Platform From Bremen (In Conversation With Andrea Grahl)

17:00 - 17:45 p.m. | Innovative Methods in Communication Research (Interview With Michael Linke)

18:00 - 18:45 p.m. | Securing Information Diversity in Digital Communication (Interview With Yuru Li)

Moderation: Dr. Leif Kramp
Location: ZeMKI-Medienzelt

Faculty 9 – Religious Studies

12:00-19:00 p.m. | Meet a religious scholar

12:00-19:00 p.m. | Films on the topic: what do religious scholars do? 

12:00-19:00 p.m. | Poster presentation

12.00-18.00 p.m. | Geocaching: cross and cache. Searching for clues to religious studies on campus

30 minutes

Pagoda Faculty 9

Faculty 3 – Mathematics

the whole day / Math Rally

What do math and fun have in common? Far more than you might think! That's what we want to show you and you with our mathematics rally.

At the Math Rally you will take a stroll through part of the university campus with interesting puzzles and tasks. Curiosity, trial and error and quick thinking are the order of the day! The rally is accessible for wheelchairs and strollers. It is offered in German and English. Start and finish are at the pagoda of Department 3 (FB 3). The rally can be started at any time.

  • Duration
    30 minutes each

Start and finish
Pagoda Faculty 3

Centre for Teacher Education and Educational Research (ZFLB)

13.00 Uhr & 15.00 p.m. | Studying to become a teacher at the University of Bremen

  • Information event – a short overview of teacher training at the University of Bremen

  • Duration
    10-15 minutes each

Pagoda  ZfLB

Bremen University Foundation - Exhibition MACHT SINN! Donating for Science

Exhibition MACHT SINN! Donating to Science

The exhibition MACHT SINN! presents 10 personalities - researchers, students, donors - and their projects at the University of Bremen. It makes visible and honors the remarkable civil commitment of Bremen citizens to science and education. At the same time, outstanding projects by scientists at the University of Bremen are portrayed, which, with the support of foundations, contribute to overcoming social challenges and have an impact on urban society.

Location:  in MZH building

UniTransfer / BRIDGE from the University of Bremen

14:00-14:45 p.m. | “Found a company? But how? Support options for the transition to self-employment – stakeholders and start-ups at the University of Bremen introduce themselves”
  • Do you find the idea of founding a company exciting? Or would you like to start your own business after university? Then drop by and get input on founding your own company. The BRIDGE university network and the Chair in Small Business & Entrepreneurship (LEMEX) will be on hand to introduce themselves. There will also be pitches for the Sparkassen Accelerator program and some start-ups from the University of Bremen. Be inspired – we look forward to seeing you.
  • Pitches by start-ups from the University of Bremen
    • From study to start-up – how do I become a founder after university?
      Meike Goos, UniTransfer, BRIDGE
    • Founding a start-up with a degree in economics – how LEMEX, Chair in Small Business & Entrepreneurship at the University of Bremen, makes this possible
    • Leon Marquardt, LEMEX
    • The Sparkasse Accelerator in Campus Space – what is it exactly?
    • Annika Betkowski and Dino Zirwes, Sparkasse Bremen
  • Location: Campus Space at Sparkasse Bremen
  • Duration: 45 minutes