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Mohamed Satti

Associate Professor, Management Communications

Mohamed Satti

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Mohamed Satti is an associate professor in management communications at Ivey Business School. His teaching focuses on improving communications skills in the workplace. Satti brings over 15 years of teaching experience to Ivey, and previously taught communication and media studies at the American University of Kuwait and at Wittenberg University. He has also worked in sales, marketing and customer service and is passionate about sharing his experiences with students.

Satti is a reviewer for the International Communication Research Journal and has also been invited to review manuscripts for Global Media and Communication, Southern Communication Journal and for various edited books. Satti has been consulted as an expert in the field and has been interviewed by Al Jazeera online and The Washington Post.


  • Communications
  • Communicating Effectively
  • Business Communications

Programs Taught

  • HBA
  • MBA
  • MSc


  • PhD Communication Scripps College of Communication, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio
  • Master of Business Administration, Ohio University
  • Master of Arts in International Affairs, Ohio University
  • Bachelor of Arts, The American University in Cairo, Egypt

Recent Refereed Articles

  • Onyebadi, U.; Satti, M. S., 2022, "Does local news always dominate newspaper front-page news? A study of the Kuwait Times, 2017–2019", Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, May 15(2): 204 - 221.
  • Satti, M. S., 2020, "Al jazeera arabic and al jazeera english websites: Agenda-setting as a means to comparatively analyze online news stories", Communication and Society, January 33(1): 1 - 13.
  • Satti, M. S.; Memani-Mbunyuza, L.; Onyebadi, U., 2019, "Diversity and the media: A curriculum examination and proposal for journalism and mass communication education in Africa.", IGI Global: 54 - 79.
  • Satti, M. S., 2017, "Musical messages: Framing political content in Sudanese popular songs", IGI Global: 187 - 203.
  • Satti, M. S., 2015, "Framing the Islamic state on al Jazeera English and the BBC websites", Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research, March 8(1): 37 - 53.

For more publications please see our Research Database

Work in Progress

  • Satti, M. A. (forthcoming). Sudan Media Makers: Writings from the Diaspora. Lexington Books. Landham, MD.

Honours & Awards

  • Instructor of the Year, School of Media Arts and Studies, Ohio University, 2006-2007


  • Assistant and then Associate Professor at the Department of Communication and Media at the American University of Kuwait
  • Visiting Instructor at the Department of Communication at Wittenberg University
  • Instructor, School of Media Arts and Studies at Ohio University
  • Regional Manager, Africa Online Ghana

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