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Members – Journalism

The UNIMED SubNetwork on Journalism groups 18 Universities from 11 countries.

The full list is available below.

COUNTRY INSTITUTION CONTACT PERSON
CYPRUS Cyprus University of Technology Dr. Paschalia (Lia) Spyridou, Assistant Professor
CYPRUS University of Cyprus Dr. Venetia Papa, Lecturer
EGYPT Alexandria University Dr. Eman Abdelwarith Faris, Assistant Professor
FINLAND Tampere University Prof. Marko Ala-Fossi, Lecturer, Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences
ITALY International University of Language and Media – IULM Prof. Andrea Miconi, Associate Professor
ITALY University of Messina Prof. Marco Centorrino, Researcher
ITALY University of Padova Prof. Claudia Padovani; Prof. Elisa Saviolo; Prof. Enzo Mosca
ITALY University of Teramo, Communication department Prof. Christian Corsi, Head of Communication Sciences Department
JORDAN Isra University Dr. Ghaida Aburumman, President Assistant for International Affairs
JORDAN University of Petra Dr. Ali Al Hadeed, Assistant professor
LEBANON Holy Spirit University of Kaslik – USEK Julnar Deaibess Malek, Lecturer
LIBYA University of Zawia Abdullah Hussin, Academic staff
PALESTINE Al-Quds Open University, Media Faculty Ammar Jamhour, Media College
PALESTINE Arab American University in Palestine Dr. Hussein Al-Ahmad, Head of the Media and Communication department
PALESTINE Birzeit University, Media Department and Media development center Prof. Mohammad Abualrob, Chair of Media Department
PALESTINE Palestine Technical University – Kadoorie Prof. Alaa Ayyash, Assistant Professor in the Department of Media Technology
PORTUGAL University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, Department of Letters, Arts and Communication Prof. Marlene Loureiro, Professor
SPAIN Murcia University, Faculty of Communication and Documentation Prof. José Miguel Agudo, Director of the Department of Information and Documentation
SYRIA Academy of Health Sciences Prof. Mustafa Kayyali, Vice-President for International Affairs