Dr. Saadia Ishtiaq Nauman
Dr. Saadia Ishtiaq Nauman completed her MS in Public Policy in Science and Technology Innovation (PPSTI) from the University of Sussex, UK in 2012. Later, she received her PhD in ‘News in the Networked Ecosystem’ from the University of Stirling, UK in 2017. She is an alumni of the ‘Oxford Media Policy Institute’ University of Oxford, UK (2019). Her area of interest includes Social Media Policy, Digital Journalism, Youth and News Consumption, Science Journalism, Fake News and Media Theory. She has worked on a Grant by Higher Education Commission in Pakistan for the project titled ‘Challenges of Media and Communication Theoretical Developments in Pakistan’. She has recently completed her internationalization of the Communication and Media Studies Department project in collaboration with University of Malmo, Sweden. She is currently serving as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication and Media Studies at Fatima Jinnah Women University,Pakistan.
Currently she is in the University of Augsburg completing her Professor in Exchange Program at the Department of Media, Knowledge and Communication. She is collaborating with the division media reality for two projects, first one is about Media Repertoires and second is about Digital Stress. During her stay she will teach a BA-students class on Media repertoire. She also will give one workshop on the topic of ‘Prospects and Challenges of Media and Communication Research in Pakistan’ and a talk during Brown Bag Lunch on the topic of ‘Health Communication Practices of Pakistani Medical Practitioners in the Digital Age’.