Faculty Profile

  • BBA: IBA, University of Dhaka, 1999

    MBA: IBA, University of Dhaka, 2002

    Graduate Diploma (1 year) in International Development, under academic direction of London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), University of London, 2011.

Areas of Interest
Business Communication, Career Planning, Organisational Behaviour, Management, Financial Institutions, Skills Development for Career.

Rumana Liza Anam

Assistant Professor

Overview

Rumana Anam is an Assistant Professor in the School of Business and Advisor, Communications Office at ULAB. She started off in the Internal Control Unit of the global bank, Citibank NA, right after completing her BBA degree from IBA, DU. Later, in 2003, after finishing her MBA at IBA, she joined BRAC University’s Business Department and since then, has been involved in the education sector. Over the last 14 years, apart from teaching core business courses such as Business Communication she has conducted workshops for faculty and worked as a Consultant for the Career Services Office at ULAB. She specialises in designing and conducting courses and workshops that help students develop their emotional intelligence and other skills vital for success in their future careers. She is keenly interested in the development of women and environmental causes.

Research & Awards

Current Projects:

Analysis of factors contributing towards Bangladeshi students’ choice of University for Undergraduate Studies.

Publications

Journal Articles

Alam, J.A, Ahmed, H.L and Anam, R.L. (2010). Factors Affecting Glass Ceiling Situation of Women Working. Journal of Business Administration Journal (University of Dhaka), Vol. 36, No. 1 & 2.

Anam, R. L (2008).  Inadequacies and Variations in Maternity Leave Policies throughout the World - Special Focus- Bangladesh. BRAC University Journal. 

Anam, R. L (2004) Book Review - Secrets of the Corporate Jungle. BRAC University Journal. 

Chapters

Anam, R. L. (2004). Management Cases – A Bangladesh Experience. CBDS and SEDF Waterside Group (pp 43-46).

Newspaper & Magazines

Anam, R, L. (2011, December, Vol. 5: Issue 12). The Durban Conference: Understanding Global Warming, KYOTO and its impact on Bangladesh. Forum Magazine a monthly publication of The Daily Star (27-31).

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.