Dr. Tayeebwa holds a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Communication [Peace Journalism and Communication] from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada (2012).
Dr. NASSANGA Goretti Linda is a Professor at the Journalism & Communication Department, Makerere University and was the first Head of the Department. She has had a long experience in the media, starting off as a journalist in 1980, moved into training in 1992 and is currently a lecturer and researcher.
Aisha is a Lecturer. She teaches: Development Communication, Communication Theory, Public Relations, Media and Society, Media Research Methods and Advertising. She is also the Graduate Programmes Coordinator.
Patricia K Litho holds a PhD in Innovation and cultural studies from the School of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, University of East London (UK). Her PhD thesis was “ICTs and the ‘empowerment’ of women in rural Uganda”,
Charlotte K. Ntulume holds a Master of Science in Media and Communication from the London School of Economics (LSE) and a Bachelor of Mass Communication from Makerere University.
She has taught in the Department of Journalism and Communication since 1999, breaking off for two years (2008-2010) when she temporarily relocated to Nairobi, Kenya.
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Marjorie N. Kyomuhendo holds a Master of Philosophy in Media Studies (Media, Democracy and Development) from the University of Oslo, Norway and a Bachelors of Mass Communication from Makerere University, Uganda. She has certified training in Communication for Development from Mount Carmel International Training Center, Israel; Behavior Change Communication from Stellenbosch University and John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and AfriComNet /C-Change -Ohio University.
Wilson Akiiki Kaija is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Journalism and Communication, Makerere University. He has previously worked as a Senior Journalism Trainer and Mentor for the BBC Media Action; and directed programming at Kyoga Veritas Radio in Soroti. He is a hands-on journalist with specific interest in online journalism. He also has interest in media policy and regulation; public affairs; media audience perspectives; electronic media production and programming; and New Media. He holds a B.
Gerald is an Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Journalism and Communication, Makerere University. Before joining Makerere University, he previously worked as a Parliament Reporter at Uganda’s Daily Monitor newspaper. He is currently a Ph.D candidate at the University of Oslo, Norway. The focus of his Ph.D research is on the press and elections in East Africa’s one-party dominant states of Tanzania and Uganda.Gerald’s main teaching and research interests include writing for the print media, Political Communication, Public Affairs, Media and Governance.