Faculty Profile

  • MSc in Media and Communication from Brunel University,  London, UK
    BBA from North South University, Majoring in Marketing and Human Resource  Management, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Areas of Interest
Public Relation, Advertising, Social Media Promotion, Animation, Graphic Novels in Academia, Project Based Learning

Naima Alam



she is a lecturer at ULAB teaching Public Relations at undergraduate level and Integrated Marketing Communication at Masters level. She is a member of the Animation Minor Development Committee and the Curriculum Evaluation Committee at ULAB. In September 2014, She founded the #Voiceless Bangladeshi project. This is a first initiative of this kind to teach Public Relations students about community outreach and application of theory through practical projects such as Wall Art and Social Media Promotion. She obtained an MSc. in Media Studies and Journalism from Brunel University, London and a BBA, majoring in Marketing, from North South University, Dhaka. Prior to joining ULAB as a full-time lecturer she also have also had four years of experience working in Advertising at Asiatic 360 and Grey Group, Bangladesh.

Creative Works: Animation
Film Noir. (2014, 5 November). Action Aid- "Safe City For Women" campaign, Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUJmrX4DnJo
Film Noir. (2015, 14, June). IOM Pre-departure Animated Film- "Bahadur Jabe Bohudur", Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtQFveYermo
Film Noir. (2016, 6 May). Dopamine, Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8LcR7LwvxY

Research & Awards

Current Projects:
From Street Walls to Facebook Walls- Getting Youth Involved in Social Change
An Overview of The Animation Scene of Bangladesh Today


Conference Proceedings

Recent Conference:
Paper Title- “So Relatable: Comic Medium as a Portrayal of the Social Realities of Bangladesh”. Presented at Symposium “Narrative Structures and Visual Storytelling”, at International Festival of Animated Film, 27 April, 2016, Stuttgart, Germany

The Universityof Liberal Arts Bangladesh and its curricula are accredited by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Bangladesh, and approved by the Ministry of Education, Government of People's Republic of Bangladesh.