Research Interest

Social Media & Technology

Social Media & Technology

Political Communication

International Political Communication

Organizational Communication

Disinformation in the Russia-Ukraine War

International Communication

Misinformation, Disinformation

Community Violence

Digital Social Movements


Hasan, M. (2022, August 4). Social Movements through Social Media: A comparison of Bangladesh's Road Safety and Ghana's #FixtheCountry movements [Conference Session]. 105th Annual Conference of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Detroit, MI, United States.

Hasan, M. (2022, September 18). Erasure of Ugandan Climate Activist Venessa Nakate from Associated Press: A Textual and Visual Analysis [Conference Session]. 91st Annual Conference of Kentucky Communication Association. Louisville, KY, United States.

Hasan, M. (2022, March 3). A Metaphorical & Visual Analysis of Gender in Al Jazeera & BBC coverage of Afghanistan after the Taliban takes over [Poster Presentation, 1st Place award]. In 21st Annual Graduate Student Research Poster Competition. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, United States.



Texas Tech University  Fall 2022 to Present

Research Assistant

Research Lab: Innovation Diffusion Lab

Supervisor: Kerk F. Kee, Ph.D.

  • Projects: NSF CI- Compass #2127548: An NSF Cyberinfrastructure (CI) Center of Excellence for Navigating the Major Facilities Data Lifecycle
  • NSF EAGER #2042055: Leveraging Advanced Cyberinfrastructure and Developing Organizational Resilience for NSF Large Facilities in the Pandemic Era


Texas Tech University   Summer2, 2022

Research Assistant (College of Media and Communication)                                                                 

Supervisor: Asheley R. Landrum, Ph.D.

Project Name: "What counts as science."

  • Coding and structuring the row data to Excel sheet.


Texas Tech University     Summer 2022; Fall 2022; Spring 2023

Lab Instructor (College of Media and Communication, Undergraduate level)

MCOM 2310: Business and Professional Communication (Fall 22: 25 Students, Sum1: 19 Students, Spring 23: 18 Students)

  • Hosting lab classes, conducting mock interviews, presentations, and regular class work.
  • Tutoring and mentoring students who need additional instruction and grading presentations.


Texas Tech University                                                                                                               Fall 2021, Spring 2022

Teaching Assistant (College of Media and Communication, Undergraduate level)

  • Assisting professors in their undergraduate classes in sizes from 60-236 students.
  • Evaluate and grade examinations, assignments, or papers, and record grades.
  • TA Courses:
    • MCOM 2350 Communicating in a Global Society: Director: Professor Lamia Zia; Fall 21, Spring 22
    • MCOM 3320 Media & Communication Law: Director: Dr. Randy Reddick, Fall 21
    • MCOM 2330 Media Literacy: Director: Dr. Emma Bedor Hilland, Fall 21, Spring 22


  • Graduate Teaching Assistantship.
  • Dean's International Scholarship Academic Year 2022-2023
  • TTU Helen DeVitt Jones Mass Communication Scholarship Spring 2022.
  • Dean's International Scholarship Spring 2022.
  • First position, Social Sciences category at the 21st annual graduate poster competition 2022.
  • First Position, Santa Fe Photography Contest 2022, International Office, TTU
  • Winner of Mobile category photos by Leading University Photo Exhibition in 2017.