Nadia Nahrin Rahman

Nadia Nahrin Rahman

Assistant Professor

Department of Mass Communication and Journalism
Faculty of Security & Strategic Studies (FSSS)

nadia.nahrin@bup.edu.bd


BANGLADESH UNIVERSITY OF PROFESSIONALS
Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216

Biography

Nadia (Nahrin) Rahman is an Assistant Professor in the Mass Communication and Journalism Department at Bangladesh University of Professionals. Currently pursuing her second Master's degree at the Department of Communication, College of Communication and Information, University of Kentucky, Nadia is deeply committed to her academic and research career. Her primary areas of focus include Health, Strategic, and Public Communication. With a strong foundation in journalism, having completed her undergraduate studies in Journalism and Mass Communication, Nadia is also passionate about learning practical skills in journalism.

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Education
S.S.C, অগ্রণী স্কুল অ কলেজ
H.S.C, ঢাকা সিটি কলেজ
Honors, ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়
Masters, ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়
Masters, University of Kentucky

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Journal Publication

1. 1.    Parker, K., Ambegha, A., Deffendall, M., Pfeiffer, S.S., Adams, M., Clements, C., Scheuer, S., Guay, M., Abney, D., Rahman, N., & Ribott, M. A. (2023). Developing Strategies to Engage a New Generation of Donors: Fostering Relationship between Gen-Z and Non-Profit organizations. Journal of Philanthropy and Marketing.

2.
2.    Chisty, M. A., Islam, M. A., Munia, A. T., Rahman, M. M., Rahman, N. N., & Mohima, M. (2021b). Risk perception and information-seeking behavior during emergency: An exploratory study on covid-19 pandemic in Bangladesh. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 65, 102580. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2021.102580

3.
3.    Rahman, M. S., Haque, U., Shirina, S. U., Rahman, N. N., Zafar, S., Amrin, M., Baghbanzadeh, M., & Muratovic, A. K. (2020). Climate change and dengue fever knowledge, attitudes, and practices in Bangladesh: A social media–based cross-sectional survey. Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 115(1), 85–93. https://doi.org/10.37473/fic/10.1093/trstmh/traa093

4. 4.    Rahman, N. N., & Begum, M. (2021). Observing online news portals activities and responsibilities during covid-19. Journal of Media,Culture and Communication, 1(02), 28–43. https://doi.org/10.55529/jmcc.12.28.43

5. 5.    Rahman, N. N., & Begum, M. (2020). Impact of Social Media on Youths to Enhance the Tourism in Bangladesh. International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR), 7(04).

6. 6.    Chowdhury, Md. S., & Rahman, N. N. (2023). The Future of Journalism in Bangladesh: The Aptitude of Newsgames and Playing with Infographics. China Media Research Journal, ISSN: 1556-889X.

7.
7.    Chowdhury, Md. S., & Rahman, N. N. (2022). Effectiveness of Newsgames in Term of the Real-World Journalism. China Media Research Journal, 18(4).

8. 8.    Rahman, N. N. (2020). A comparative analysis among the curriculum and technological challenges of media education in Bangladesh with different countries. Media Narratives Agenda Setting and Politics.

9.
9.    Rahman, N. N. (2019). Branding Religion through Mass Media. International Journal of Social Science and Human Behavior Study, 7(01), 8-21. 10.15224/978-1-63248-179-5-02

10.

10.    Rahman, N. N. (2022, December). ‘আমি নারী আর সব পারার ঠ্যাকাও আমার নেই’ (I am a female and I am not bound to fulfill society’s every role in a perfect way.) https://www.bnps.org/journal.html. https://www.bnps.org/journal/36/Nadia%20Rahman.pdf

11. 11.    Rahman, N. N. (2019, June). The Political Economy of Media on Beauty Contests and Women Empowerment. https://www.bnps.org/journal.html. https://bnps.org/journal/29/Beuty%20Contest%20and%20Women’s%20Empowerment_N%20Rahman.pdf

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12.    Rahman, N. N. (2020, December). ‘সম্পর্ক রক্ষার দায় কী শুধুই নারীর?’ (A Healthy Partnership: All The Responsibilities for Women?). https://www.bnps.org/journal.html. https://bnps.org/journal/31/Nadia%20Nahrin%20Rahman.pdf 

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Conference Papers

1. 1.    ‘Enriching Global Communication through Spots Songs: How FIFA WCT Songs Promote Diversified Cultural Fusion and Intercultural Competence Among Global People’, will be Presented at the International Crisis and Risk Communication (ICRC), Orlando, Florida, 11-13 March 2024.

2.
2.    ‘Freedom in Journalism: Analyzing the Current Media System in Bangladesh and Its Impact on Journalists’ Job Satisfaction’, Presented at the 106th AEJMC Conference, Washington, D.C., 7-10 August 2023.

3. 3.    ‘A comparative analysis among the curriculum and technological challenges of media education in Bangladesh with different countries’, Presented at The International Conference on Issues of Community, Agenda and News, Organized by the Media School, Delhi Metropolitan in Education, India, 25-28 March 2020.

4. 4.    ‘Visual Representation of News games: Can Really Convey Journalism?’, Presented at The Second South Asia Communication Conference, Organized by School of Mass Communication, KIIT University, from Odisha, India, 18-20 December 2019.

5.
5.    ‘Branding Religion through Mass Media’, Presented at the ‘Advances in Social Science, Management and Human Behavior’, Organized by Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors, Bangkok, 14-15 September 2019.

6. 6.    Spencer, E. A., Silwal, A., & Rahman, N., ‘"What we have to say to each other counts," Dementia caregivers’ family communication quality, goals, and relational dynamics’, Accepted for poster presentation, Kentucky Conference on Health Communication, Lexington, 4-6 April 2024.

7.
7.    Rahman, N., ‘The awakening of advertising: Portraying girls to challenge gender stereotypes and promote societal equality’, Organized by Ohio State University, Columbus, 5-7 April 2024.

8. 8.    Rahman, N., ‘Exploring the efficacy of narratives on the willingness to seek mental health support: An experimental study among graduate students of Bangladesh’, Will be presented at The International Communication Association, online, Gold Coast, Australia, 16 June 2024.

9. 9.    Begum, M.; Rahman, N., ‘Exploring emerging international vlogger trends in shaping destination image among global audiences: The case of Bangladesh’, Will be presented at The International Communication Association, online, Gold Coast, Australia, 16 June 2024.

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Awards

1. 1.    Government Scholarship for Graduate Academic Excellence, 2019, awarded by Department of Secondary and Higher Education, Bangladesh.
2.    Dr. Professor Seetara Parveen Award 2016 for Academic Excellence, awarded by the Mass Communication & Journalism Department, University of Dhaka.
3.    Ataus Samad Memorial Scholarship 2016 for Academic Excellence, awarded by the Mass Communication & Journalism Department, University of Dhaka.

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Courses

1. University of Kentucky; August 2022- May 2024; Department of Communication COM 315: Understanding Workplace Communication in a Diverse U.S. Society (150 Students),

Bangladesh University of Professionals:
1.    MCJ 4836: Peace and Conflict Journalism (2 Batches)
2.    MCJ 4732: Development Communication (1 Batch)
3.    MCJ 4723: Video Communication (1 Batch)
4.    MCJ 3630: Photojournalism (2 Batches)
5.    MCJ 3512: Gender Communication (3 Batches)
6.    MCJ 2418: Radio Journalism (1 Batch)
7.    MCJ 2416: Mass Communication Theories (2 Batches)
8.    MCJ 2314: Bangladesh Studies and Heritage (3 Batches)
9.    MCJ 1207: Mass Communication Structure and Process (3 Batches)

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

S.S.C, অগ্রণী স্কুল অ কলেজ
H.S.C, ঢাকা সিটি কলেজ
Honors, ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়
Masters, ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়
Masters, University of Kentucky

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

1. 1.    Parker, K., Ambegha, A., Deffendall, M., Pfeiffer, S.S., Adams, M., Clements, C., Scheuer, S., Guay, M., Abney, D., Rahman, N., & Ribott, M. A. (2023). Developing Strategies to Engage a New Generation of Donors: Fostering Relationship between Gen-Z and Non-Profit organizations. Journal of Philanthropy and Marketing.

2.
2.    Chisty, M. A., Islam, M. A., Munia, A. T., Rahman, M. M., Rahman, N. N., & Mohima, M. (2021b). Risk perception and information-seeking behavior during emergency: An exploratory study on covid-19 pandemic in Bangladesh. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 65, 102580. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2021.102580

3.
3.    Rahman, M. S., Haque, U., Shirina, S. U., Rahman, N. N., Zafar, S., Amrin, M., Baghbanzadeh, M., & Muratovic, A. K. (2020). Climate change and dengue fever knowledge, attitudes, and practices in Bangladesh: A social media–based cross-sectional survey. Transactions of The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 115(1), 85–93. https://doi.org/10.37473/fic/10.1093/trstmh/traa093

4. 4.    Rahman, N. N., & Begum, M. (2021). Observing online news portals activities and responsibilities during covid-19. Journal of Media,Culture and Communication, 1(02), 28–43. https://doi.org/10.55529/jmcc.12.28.43

5. 5.    Rahman, N. N., & Begum, M. (2020). Impact of Social Media on Youths to Enhance the Tourism in Bangladesh. International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews (IJRAR), 7(04).

6. 6.    Chowdhury, Md. S., & Rahman, N. N. (2023). The Future of Journalism in Bangladesh: The Aptitude of Newsgames and Playing with Infographics. China Media Research Journal, ISSN: 1556-889X.

7.
7.    Chowdhury, Md. S., & Rahman, N. N. (2022). Effectiveness of Newsgames in Term of the Real-World Journalism. China Media Research Journal, 18(4).

8. 8.    Rahman, N. N. (2020). A comparative analysis among the curriculum and technological challenges of media education in Bangladesh with different countries. Media Narratives Agenda Setting and Politics.

9.
9.    Rahman, N. N. (2019). Branding Religion through Mass Media. International Journal of Social Science and Human Behavior Study, 7(01), 8-21. 10.15224/978-1-63248-179-5-02

10.

10.    Rahman, N. N. (2022, December). ‘আমি নারী আর সব পারার ঠ্যাকাও আমার নেই’ (I am a female and I am not bound to fulfill society’s every role in a perfect way.) https://www.bnps.org/journal.html. https://www.bnps.org/journal/36/Nadia%20Rahman.pdf

11. 11.    Rahman, N. N. (2019, June). The Political Economy of Media on Beauty Contests and Women Empowerment. https://www.bnps.org/journal.html. https://bnps.org/journal/29/Beuty%20Contest%20and%20Women’s%20Empowerment_N%20Rahman.pdf

12.


12.    Rahman, N. N. (2020, December). ‘সম্পর্ক রক্ষার দায় কী শুধুই নারীর?’ (A Healthy Partnership: All The Responsibilities for Women?). https://www.bnps.org/journal.html. https://bnps.org/journal/31/Nadia%20Nahrin%20Rahman.pdf 

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

1. 1.    ‘Enriching Global Communication through Spots Songs: How FIFA WCT Songs Promote Diversified Cultural Fusion and Intercultural Competence Among Global People’, will be Presented at the International Crisis and Risk Communication (ICRC), Orlando, Florida, 11-13 March 2024.

2.
2.    ‘Freedom in Journalism: Analyzing the Current Media System in Bangladesh and Its Impact on Journalists’ Job Satisfaction’, Presented at the 106th AEJMC Conference, Washington, D.C., 7-10 August 2023.

3. 3.    ‘A comparative analysis among the curriculum and technological challenges of media education in Bangladesh with different countries’, Presented at The International Conference on Issues of Community, Agenda and News, Organized by the Media School, Delhi Metropolitan in Education, India, 25-28 March 2020.

4. 4.    ‘Visual Representation of News games: Can Really Convey Journalism?’, Presented at The Second South Asia Communication Conference, Organized by School of Mass Communication, KIIT University, from Odisha, India, 18-20 December 2019.

5.
5.    ‘Branding Religion through Mass Media’, Presented at the ‘Advances in Social Science, Management and Human Behavior’, Organized by Institute of Research Engineers and Doctors, Bangkok, 14-15 September 2019.

6. 6.    Spencer, E. A., Silwal, A., & Rahman, N., ‘"What we have to say to each other counts," Dementia caregivers’ family communication quality, goals, and relational dynamics’, Accepted for poster presentation, Kentucky Conference on Health Communication, Lexington, 4-6 April 2024.

7.
7.    Rahman, N., ‘The awakening of advertising: Portraying girls to challenge gender stereotypes and promote societal equality’, Organized by Ohio State University, Columbus, 5-7 April 2024.

8. 8.    Rahman, N., ‘Exploring the efficacy of narratives on the willingness to seek mental health support: An experimental study among graduate students of Bangladesh’, Will be presented at The International Communication Association, online, Gold Coast, Australia, 16 June 2024.

9. 9.    Begum, M.; Rahman, N., ‘Exploring emerging international vlogger trends in shaping destination image among global audiences: The case of Bangladesh’, Will be presented at The International Communication Association, online, Gold Coast, Australia, 16 June 2024.

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

1.    Government Scholarship for Graduate Academic Excellence, 2019, awarded by Department of Secondary and Higher Education, Bangladesh.
2.    Dr. Professor Seetara Parveen Award 2016 for Academic Excellence, awarded by the Mass Communication & Journalism Department, University of Dhaka.
3.    Ataus Samad Memorial Scholarship 2016 for Academic Excellence, awarded by the Mass Communication & Journalism Department, University of Dhaka.

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024

University of Kentucky; August 2022- May 2024; Department of Communication COM 315: Understanding Workplace Communication in a Diverse U.S. Society (150 Students),

Bangladesh University of Professionals:
1.    MCJ 4836: Peace and Conflict Journalism (2 Batches)
2.    MCJ 4732: Development Communication (1 Batch)
3.    MCJ 4723: Video Communication (1 Batch)
4.    MCJ 3630: Photojournalism (2 Batches)
5.    MCJ 3512: Gender Communication (3 Batches)
6.    MCJ 2418: Radio Journalism (1 Batch)
7.    MCJ 2416: Mass Communication Theories (2 Batches)
8.    MCJ 2314: Bangladesh Studies and Heritage (3 Batches)
9.    MCJ 1207: Mass Communication Structure and Process (3 Batches)

Last Updated: 16 Jul 2024