Negin Dahya


Assistant Professor

Negin Dahya

Assistant Professor
  • Office: BL 706, 713, 718

Dr. Dahya completed her undergraduate degree in English Literature and Psychology at the University of British Columbia, and her PhD and M.Ed. at York University’s Faculty of Education with a focus on digital media production, learning, and representation among young people of colour. From 2014-2019, Dr. Dahya was appointed Assistant Professor at the University of Washington, Information School in Seattle, WA. In 2018, Dr. Dahya and colleagues were awarded the AERA Palmer O. Johnson Memorial Award for their paper “Pathways to Educational Success Among Refugees: Connecting Locally and Globally Situated Research”. Notable funding awards also include the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the Simpson Center for Digital Humanities. She has also published in the following journals; Comparative Education, American Educational Research Journal, Learning, Media & Technology, and Information, Communication & Society.

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