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Dr. Rasha Abdulla has taught full time at the American University in Cairo 1997-1999 and again since February 2004. In addition, she has taught at the University of Miami; Georgia State University; and Portland State University in the United States. She has spoken or guest lectured at Stanford University; the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Southern California; Columbia University; Marquette University; California State University at Long Beach; Florida International University; San Francisco State University; University of California, Santa Barbara; and Aarhus University in Denmark.

While at AUC from 1997-1999, she also served as faculty advisor for the student newspaper, the Caravan, and led the student team as they introduced an online version of the Caravan for the very first time.

Dr. Abdulla has taught the following courses:

At The American University in Cairo (1997-1999, 2004-present):

  • JRMC 2200 Introduction to Communication
  • JRMC 2201 Mass-Media Writing
  • JRMC 2202 Multimedia Writing
  • JRMC 2270 Online Communication
  • JMRC 3301 Editing and Design
  • JRMC 3312 Newspaper Staff I
  • JRMC 3320 Mass Media Research
  • JRMC 4412 Newspaper Staff II
  • JRMC 5200 Mass Communication Theory and Literature
  • JRMC 5201 Advanced Reporting and Writing
  • JRMC 5204 Research Methods in Mass Communication
  • JRMC 5280 Impact of Television: Issues and Developments
  • JRMC 5288 Comprehensives
  • JRMC 5290 Special Topics: Online Communication
  • JRMC 5299 Research Guidance and Thesis

At the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida (2000-2003):

  • CBR 301 Measurement and Analysis for Broadcast and Cable Audiences
  • COS 211 Public Speaking

At Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia (1999-2000):

  • JOUR 2500 Communication Research Methods and Technology
  • JOUR 1010 Basic Journalism Writing

At Portland State University, Portland, Oregon (Summer 2006):

  • SP 399 Communication, Culture, and Middle Eastern Societies
  • INTL 410/510 The Internet in the Arab World