Human resources manager and engineer, company director and politician, professor and laboratory chemist, journalist and trainee teacher: Eight interviews motivate and encourage everyone to find their own path. “Taking a look at what is available outside of the planned career path is often worthwhile,” says the president of the University of Bremen, Professor Bernd Scholz-Reiter. “At the beginning of my industrial engineering degree, I never dreamed that I would become the president of the University of Bremen.”
Fascinating Insights into Five Decades of the University of Bremen
The women and men that are presented in the 2019/2020 yearbook are all graduates of the University of Bremen. Their stories provide fascinating insights into nearly five decades of teaching at the at the university. Amongst others, the journalist Cordt Schnibben and the parliamentary state secretary Sarah Ryglewski look back on their journeys.
Alongside the main theme, the yearbook provides insights into the diverse dedication of the friends and sponsors of the University of Bremen. Moreover, the German-English publication includes a timeline of the past year and information on the alumni association of the University of Bremen. Graduates who completed their degree between October 1, 2018, and September 30, 2019, will automatically be sent the yearbook. This year’s theme contributions on “And Then? Paths After Graduation” are also available online.
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