Stanford Mukasa is an associate professor of journalism at Indiana
University of Pennsylvania.
He teaches, or has taught, news reporting,
journalism and the mass media, journalism law and ethics, editing,
advertising writing, public opinion, women and the press, world news
coverage, magazine industry, photojournalism, history of the American
press, research methods in journalism, community journalism, issues
and problems in journalism, Rock and Roll and Society, and the Kennedy
For seven years, Mukasa participated in the annual IUP Study
Abroad program which involved taking students to Oxford, U.K. on a
three-week study tour.
A member of the Pan African Studies program at IUP, Mukasa has
also taught Introduction to Pan African Studies.
Mukasa also teaches the department’s online courses.
For 10 years, Mukasa developed online instructional materials for
Africa under a grant from the World Bank, UNESCO, and the UNDP.
In 2010, IUP gave Mukasa an award in recognition for his
contribution in instruction design for sponsored programs.
As part of the World Bank-funded capacity building program for higher
education in Africa, Mukasa helped four universities in Somalia
secure broadcasting equipment.
Mukasa has written and broadcast more than 500 commentaries and
analyses on human rights and democracy in southern Africa.
In collaboration with the Ministry of Education as well as Bindura
University for Science Education in Zimbabwe, Mukasa is a working
on a project to establish a national and regional educational radio
broadcasting project that will involve transfer of knowledge and
skills from the Diaspora.
Mukasa is also collaborating with a South African-based
university to establish a regional climate change and environmental
monitoring and research center and radio broadcast.