Instructor, Multimedia Journalism (PT)
Office: Nicol 212 - Beirut Campus
Ph.D. in Information and Communication, Saint Joseph University, (current)
M.A. in Journalism and Communication, Saint Joseph University
Rana Aladdin is a Lebanese-Canadian academic and journalist. She has vast work experience as a radio broadcaster, print journalist, and reporter for notable stations in both Canada and Lebanon.
Rana is currently a PhD candidate in the field of Information and Communication at Saint Joseph University. Her research revolves around journalism curriculum design and investigating the type of training and education that goes into producing equipped journalism candidates in Lebanon.
She has a Master's degree in Journalism and Communications, as well as a Bachelor's degree in Media, Theory, and Production from Western University in Canada. She also has a college diploma in Broadcast Journalism from Fanshawe College.
Alongside her journalistic work, Rana is also a university instructor. She teaches key courses such as News Writing and Reporting, Multimedia Journalism, and Editorial & Feature Writing.
Rana has organized and participated in several digital journalism projects and media forums. Passionate about storytelling and writing, Rana aspires to be an educator that teaches new generations the importance of class, equality, and innovation in journalism.