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Ahmed Taher Assistant Professor (2015) BSc 1983 Cairo University, Dipl. 1985 New York University, MBA 1986 Ohio State University, PhD 1995 University of Georgia

Amani Ismail Assistant Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication (2009) BA 2000, Iowa State University; MSC 2002, Ohio University; PhD 2006, University of Iowa

Firas Al-Atraqchi  Associate Professor of Practice of Journalism and Mass Communication (2010)
BA 1994, MA 1997, The American University in Cairo

Galal Zaki Professor of Practice of Integrated Marketing Communications (2012)
BA 1975, Ain Shams University; MA 1978, University of North Dakota

Hafez Al Mirazi Professor of Practice; BA 1979, Cairo University; MA 1987, Catholic University of America

Hussein Amin Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication (1992) and Director of the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism; tenure 
BSc 1976, MSc 1982, Helwan University; PhD 1986, Ohio State University

Kim Fox Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication;BS 1987,MA 2003, Ohio University

Mervat Abou Oaf Professor of Practice of Journalism and Mass Communication (2005) 
BA 1988, MA 2002, The American University in Cairo

Naila Hamdy Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication (1997); tenure 
BA 1980, University of San Francisco; MA 1996, The American University in Cairo; PhD 2007, Cairo University.

Rasha A. Abdulla Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication (2004); tenure 
BA 1992, MA 1996, The American University in Cairo; PhD 2003, University of Miami

Rasha Allam Assistant Professor (2016), BA 2002, The American University in Cairo; MA 2005, The American University in Cairo; DBA 2011, Maastricht School of Management

Ronnie Close Assistant Professor of Mass Communications (2012)
BA 2001, University of Ulster; MSc2002, Trinity College Dublin; PhD 2010, The University of Wales.

Scott Macleod Professor of Practice of Journalism and Mass Communication (2010)
BA 1976, University of Pittsburgh