Angella.Napakol@gmail.com Room A6 MTB Building
BA (Hons) (Makerere University), MS (North Dakota State University)
Angella is a first year Doctoral student interested in Development/Strategic Communication, Crisis and Risk Communication, Public Relations, Health Communication, and Media/New Media Communication. Angella’s current research focuses on how Uganda’s print media has covered the issue of HIV/AIDS. She’s attached to Uganda Christian University and has taught crisis and risk communication and Public Relations. Angella has also worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at North Dakota State University and as an adjunct lecturer of Public Speaking at the same University.
Other major accomplishments
Contributing Author on a book chapter entitled HIV/AIDS in Africa: Contradictions, Controversies, and Containment in Healthcare Management Strategy, Communication, and Development Challenges and Solutions in Developing Countries, 2014. Edited by Emmanuel K. Ngwainmbi
Main Author: Communicating HIV/AIDS in Africa: A case study of Ugandan Newspapers. A paper presented at the International Communication Division, AEJMC, Washington, DC., 2013