Samira Ghozzi graduated from the University of Bremen in 2021 with a degree in Religious Studies and has since worked as a research assistant at the Institute for Religious Studies and Religious Education. She especially appreciates the collegial interaction and the positive atmosphere at this institute. As a doctoral student, she loves challenges that arise in new topics - as a staff member at the institute, she likes to redesign processes and help shape new practical developments by being responsible for social media management and the area of video creation, among other things.
For her, the University of Bremen is a place that brings together many people who want to make a difference in society. In 50 years, it could be a place where different potentials, perspectives and projects create social value as an even stronger collective.
Samira sees in every person a mosaic of diverse qualities and characteristics. For her, this means that a person can never be reduced to certain selected characteristics. In her spare time, she captures the many facets of life in Arabic calligraphy, travel and nature photography.