Dr. Nataliya Roman
Assistant Professor: Multimedia Journalism and Production
Ph.D., Mass Communication, University of Florida
M.A., Mass Communication, University of Florida
B.A., Journalism, Kyiv National T. Shevchenko University
Office: Building 14D, Room 2025
Nataliya Roman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication. Prior to her academic career, Dr. Roman worked as a reporter and documentary filmmaker for several prominent Ukrainian TV channels. During this time, Dr. Roman covered the Orange Revolution when 500,000 people were protesting fraudulent elections in the streets of Kyiv. She also handled international assignments, reporting from Russia, Poland, and the U.S. In 2010 and 2011 Dr. Roman worked as a reporter for Voice of America in the Washington D.C. office.
Dr. Roman specializes in researching international and political communication, ethnic media studies, and new media usage. She served as a project manager and researcher in the University of Florida/Nielsen Audio partnership project "The Class of 2015." This four-year project chronicled and analyzed changes in the media usage habits of college students. Dr. Roman also worked as an analyst for the University of Southern California Media Impact Project, where she conducted web analytics research for major U.S. and international media organizations.