IAMCR currently has ten faculty ambassadors from Bangladesh, Canada, Cyprus, India, Pakistan, Russia, Uzbekistan and Zambia, and seven PhD ambassadors from China, Czech Republic, Kenya, India, Nigeria, Pakistan and Thailand. Each ambassador has a page where you can see their profile and read about their plans.
IAMCR Ambassador Initiative
The International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) invites its members to become IAMCR Ambassadors for their country or region for a period of three years. IAMCR members can apply to become an IAMCR faculty ambassador or to become an IAMCR PhD ambassador.
The IAMCR Executive Board extends a warm welcome to our newly appointed ambassadors: Shahla Adnan (Pakistan), Nozima Muratova (Uzbekistan), Yiannis Christidis (Cyprus), Sadia Zamir (Czech Republic), Lina Fe Simoy (Thailand) and Waqas Mahmood (Pakistan).
In this article, Professor Surbhi Dahiya talks about her connection with IAMCR and her experience as an IAMCR ambassador.
In this article, Professor Jude William Genilo talks about his experience as an IAMCR ambassador and shares his thoughts on “Dhaka Media Summit 2022 on the Future of Journalism”, a four-day conference he recently organised.
The "Dhaka Media Summit 2022" held from 10 - 13 March included an IAMCR Ambassadors'session on The Future of Journalism and its Implications to Journalism Education with Faculty Ambassadors Leah Jerop Komen (Kenya), Luís António Santos (Portugal), Uma Shankar Pandey (India) and Brian Pindayi (Zambia). The session was moderated by Jude William Genilo, Faculty Ambassador in Bangladesh.
The IAMCR Executive Board (EB) extends a warm welcome to our newly appointed PhD ambassador Nicole K. Stewart, from the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University (SFU), Canada. The IAMCR EB also congratulates Brian Pindayi on continuing his mandate as a faculty ambassador in Zambia.
The IAMCR Executive Board (EB) extends a warm welcome to our five newly appointed PhD ambassadors: Jeremiah M. Nganda (Kenya), Priyanka Sachdeva (India), Gizem Canalp (Cyprus), Xudong Weng (China), and Victor C. Eze (Nigeria). The IAMCR EB also congratulates Uma Shankar Pandey for continuing as a faculty ambassador in India.
In this article, Dr Gladkova talks about her activities and experiences as an IAMCR ambassador, and she shares some thoughts and experiences about the Nairobi 2021 Conference.
In this article, Dr Leah Jerop Komen, IAMCR Ambassador in Kenya, talks about her experience as an IAMCR ambassador, shares her thoughts and experiences as a member of the IAMCR 2021 Nairobi Local Organising Committee and reflects on the "no travel grant" initiative and the event she organised as a grant recipient.
The IAMCR Executive Board extends a warm welcome to our two newly appointed faculty ambassadors: Surbhi Dahiya from the Department of English Journalism at Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) and Padmakumar K, from Manipal Institute of Communication, Manipal Academy of Higher Education.
In this article, Dr Uma Shankar Pandey, IAMCR Ambassador in India, talks about his experience of being an IAMCR ambassador and shares his thoughts and experiences about the importance of online lectures as a source of open knowledge.
The IAMCR Executive Board extend a very warm welcome to our four newly appointed ambassadors: Gemma Lopez, based in Santa Clara California, Leah Komen at Daystar University Kenya, Rodrigo Cetina Presuel at the Harvard Law School, and Anna Gladkova at Lomonosov Moscow State University.
IAMCR is looking to expanding its Ambassador initiative. This article describes the initiative and incites expressions of interest for potential new ambassadors.