Tutors' Room, 1st Floor
She completed her undergraduate and master’s degree in Philosophy (2008) at Tehran University and Allameh Tabatabaei University which are two leading universities of higher education in Iran. Her dissertation was about Global Ethic in relation to Religion and Global Culture. She moved to Bangor in 2010 and since then she works with students in different posts at Bangor University such as exam invigilation, exam assistant and graduation ceremonies. After assisting in different research projects in Psychology she was looking for a fresh insight to give her the experience towards the real world rather than the concepts. She shifted her discipline toward psychology and completed her MSc in Principle of Clinical Neuropsychology (2018) at Bangor University. In her dissertation, she aimed to identify elements which enhance the resilience and reduce the frustration of basic psychological needs (autonomy, competence, relatedness). She is currently doing a PhD in Medical Sciences school at Bangor University and her project is about the prevalence of brain lesion and mental health impairment among patients with Covid-19. She also works as a volunteer mentor supporting adult ethnic minority and migrant communities, helping them to achieve their employment related goals and improve their English skills at the Change Grow Live (CGL) Programme.
She enjoys reading books, watching movies, having lots of guests and friends around while she is inside. When she is outside, she likes to join her son with all the excited activities such as going for a bike ride, swimming, and rock climbing.
One thing she likes about BUIC
She likes meeting new students from different cultures and background and the way BUIC support students to set off their university journey.