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.
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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John Baptist Imokola is an experienced journalist, with developing through the ranks of a News Reporter, News Anchor, and News Editor, to heading a Television newsroom.
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.