Who Is She

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Personal information

Chair of Department
Naila Hamdy

Contact information / Private

Languages

Arabic
English

Contact information / Work

The American University in Cairo
Department of Journalism and Mass Communication
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Centre for American Studies, Room PO35, The American University in Cairo, New Cairo
Cairo
Egypt
Phone: 
+2 0226153431

Education

PhD, Cairo University, 2007
MA, The American University in Cairo, 1996
BA, University of San Francisco, 1980

Competences

Cross-cultural communication issues
Egyptian Journalism as profession and practice
Mass Communication
Media development, convergence, and transnational issues in the Arab region
Traditional and web-based news production, uses, and effects

Work history

Jobs: 
Assistant Professor and Chair of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, the American University in Cairo
Teacher, The Adham Center for Television Journalism, American University in Cairo, 1997
Television journalist for prominent international television stations, has appeared on stations including CNN, NBC, NHK, Al Hurra and Nile TV, and has given frequent interviews to print media including the New York Times,
AFP, Chicago Tribune, Egypt Today and the Daily Star
Honorary office and memberships: 
President, The Arab-US Association for Communication Educators (AUSACE)
Member of Editorial Board, The Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research and the Arabic edition of Global Media Journal
Member, The Broadcast Educators Association (BEA)
Member, The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)
Member, The International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR)
Productions and works: 
“Arab Citizen Journalism in Action: Challenging Mainstream Media Authorities and Media Laws,” Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture (University of Westminster, London,) Vol. 6, No1., 2009.
“Building Capabilities of Egyptian Journalists in Preparation for a Media in Transition,” Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research, (Intellect Publications) Vol. 1. Issue 3, 215-245, 2008.
Ramprasad, J. & Hamdy, N. “Egyptian Journalists: Predictors of Their Job Satisfaction,” The Journal of Middle East Media,Vol 3. No.1, 51-67, 2007.

Awards

Excellence in Teaching Award. School of Business, Economics and Communication, AUC, 2008
Poynter Institute Computer Assisted Reporting and Online Journalism Grant for Communication Educators, 2000
Adham Center for Television, Outstanding Executive Producer Award, 1996