|Name||Dr. Nasreen Wadud|
|Designation||Professor & Chairman|
|Last Degree||PhD in Psychology (Industrial/Organizational Psychology; University of Delhi, India), MSc in Psychology (University of Dhaka)|
Industrial Psychology, Organizational Behavior (OB), Consumer Behavior (CB), Human Resource Management (HRM), Sport Psychology.
1996 Ph.D. in Psychology (Industrial \ Organizational Psychology)
University of Delhi, Delhi, India
Thesis: A Study of Occupational Stress and Other Psychological Aspects of Managerial
1981 Masters of Science in Psychology (Industrial \ Organizational Psychology)
University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Thesis: Job Satisfaction of Industrial Supervisors as a Function of Perceived Importance
Of Job Related Factor.
1979 Bachelor of Science in Psychology
University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Sociology and Political Science as subsidiary subjects.
Thesis: Study of Management Style and Production in Kohinoor Group of Industries, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
TRAINING (COUNCELLING TRAININGS)
(i) Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) - Therapy for Overcoming Anxiety Stress and Trauma.
(ii) Interpersonal Communication and Helping Skills, Marital and Family Therapy.
AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
1990 Commonwealth Scholarship for Postgraduate studies.
1975-1981 University of Dhaka Merit Scholarship.
2007 20th August 2007 Back to University of Dhaka Department of Psychology after leave.
2004 15th September 2007 August worked as a Professor and Chairperson, Department of Social Sciences, East West University, 43 Mohakhali Commercial Area, Dhaka-1212, Bangladesh
1983 till date Teaching at Department of Psychology, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Teaching courses on Introduction to Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Organizational Behavior, and Consumer Behavior to first year, third year, and fourth year honors, masters final year and M. Phil students. Other than taking classes, responsibilities include the supervisor of laboratory experiments, research supervision of Honors, Masters and M.Phil students, administrative duties such as member of examination committee, which includes arranging for examinations and publication of results.
1999 till 2004 North South University, Dhaka, Bangladesh in BBA and MBA program as part time faculty.
2002 till date Institute of Business Administration (IBA) in BBA program as part time faculty. Dhaka.
2002 till date BGMEA Institute of Fashion Design Technology (BIFT) as a part time faculty.
(i) Worked as a part-time house tutor, Roqueyia Hall, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Hall management is including the student’s welfare.
(ii) Organizing and managing the sports and games of Roqueyia Hall and Department of Psychology, D.U.
(i) Worked as psychological counselor with distressed women and children at Bangladesh Jatio Mohila Aingibi Shangstha (BJMAS).
(ii) Worked with women and children under judicial custody and living in shelter homes run by the Bangladesh National Women Lawyers Association.
(iii) Working as an independent counselor.
COMPUTER WORKING EXPERIENCE
(i) Experienced in working with computer on the software Microsoft Word, SPSS on Windows.
(i) Worked as a consultant to the BRAC - ICDDR, B joint projects on rural development, health interventions as well as resultant impacts. Contributed to the development of research design, questionnaire framing, conducting survey, data processing and report writing. Also, assisted in the training of field staff.
(ii) Worked as a consultant to the Deep (NGO) project on rural development, health interventions.
(iii) Worked as a consultant to the UNICEF on Women Friendly Hospital project.
(iv) Working as a consultant at Bangladesh Krira Sangstha Parishad (BKSP) as a Sport Psychologist.
(v) Worked as a consultant at Asiatic Marketing Communication Ltd. as a specialist in Business Psychology.
(i) Participated as a moderator in the International Seminar on ‘Recent Trends in Sports Science’ held at Bangladesh Institute of Sports (BKSP) from June 24-26, 2006.
(ii) Participated in Asian Applied Psychology Internatonal – Regional Coneference (AAPI-RC) organized by The Psychology Department of Thammasat University, Thailand and sponsered by IAAP, IUPsyS, ICAAP on November 14-16, 2005.
(iii) Participated in the 2nd International Conference sponsored by the South Asian Association of Psychologists (SAAP) and Department of Psychology, University of Delhi on Contemporary and Emerging Challenges in Health Psychology held at the University of Delhi, India on February 26-28, 1999.
(iv) Participated in the International Psychological Conference on Violence Against Women and Children jointly hosted by The Department of Psychology, University of Dhaka and the British Council, Dhaka on February 6th to 8th, 1999.
(v) Attended 10th Bi-Annual Psychological Conference hosted by University of Dhaka and Bangladesh Psychological Association, Dhaka 1999.
(vi) Attended 13th Asian Conference on Mental Retardation sponsored by Asian Federation for Mentally Retarded (AFMR) held in Dhaka, November 15-21 1997.
(vii) Participated in the 1st International Conference sponsored by the South Asian Association of Psychologists (SAAP) on Organizational Effectiveness through Strategic Human Resource Management held at the SPBT College Mumbai, India on December 1996.
(viii) Participated in the 5th Annual Scientific Conference (ASCON-V) sponsored by International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR, B) on Health and Development: Social and Biomedical Perspective. January 1996.
(ix) Attended 9th Bi-Annual Psychological Conference hosted by University of Dhaka and Bangladesh Psychological Association, Dhaka 1996.
(x) Participated in the 8th Bi-Annual Psychological Conference hosted by University and Bangladesh Psychological Association of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.1994.
SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS
(i) Attended a Seminar on Sports Science organized by Bangladesh Institute of Sports Sciences and presented a paper entitled “The Use of Sports Psychology to Improve Sports Performance” on August 12, 2006.
(ii) Seminar on Organizing against Sexual Exploitation: Regionally and Globally. Organized by Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW) Bangladesh. Sponsored by Royal Danish Embassy, Dhaka Bangladesh, June 1998.
(iii) Seminar on Violence against Women: Women’s Shelters as a Strategy for Resistance. Sponsored by Goethe Institute, Dhaka, November 1997.
(iv) Workshop on Violence with the Respondents of a Questionnaire for a Household Survey on Violence Against Women in Dhaka City organised by Naripokkho, November 1997.
(v) Attended a five-day workshop organized by UNICEF on Gender Issues, Dhaka, 1996.
(vi) Participated in the Regional Seminar on Childhood Disabilities sponsored by Bangladesh Protibondi Foundation, Dhaka, 1994.
LECTURES ON SPECIAL SUBJECTS
(i) Sports Psychology-Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protishtan (BKSP), Zirani, Savar, Dhaka.
(ii) Sports Psychology- Bangladesh Association of Sports Medicine, Dhaka.
(iii) Industrial Training- Bangladesh Management Development Centre (BMDC), Dhaka.
(iv) Safety Psychology- Bangladesh Management Development Centre (BMDC), Dhaka.
(v) Consumer Behavior - Bangladesh Management Development Centre (BMDC), Dhaka.
(i) Treasurer, South Asian Association of Psychologists (SAAP)
(ii) Secretary General, Bangladesh Psychological Association. (BPA)
(iii) Co-editor, Bangladesh Journal of Psychology, 1998-99 A Journal of the Bangladesh Psychological Association.
Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, Singapore, United Kingdom, Canada, United States of America.
Research Publications: International
(i) Job Satisfaction of Female Employees as related to some Socio-Demographic Factors. Social Science International, 1998 Vol. 14 No.1-2, 40-45.
(ii) A Comparative Study Of Occupational Stress Among Three Groups Of Managerial Employees in Bangladesh. Recent Researches in Education and Psychology, 1997, Vol.3, No.1.
(iii) Occupational Stress, Job Satisfaction, Job Anxiety, Mental Health and Job Involvement among Three Groups of Organizational Employees: A Factor Analytic Study. Proceedings of South Asian Association of Psychologists (SAAP) First International Conference held at Sir Sorabji Pochkhanwala Banker’s Training College (SPBTC) Vile-Parle (West) Mumbi on 27th December 1996.
(iv) Job Attitude and Psycho-Social Problems of Shift and Day Workers Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology, 1996, Vol. 22, 1-2, 95-99.
(v) Job Stress of Female Industrial Workers in Bangladesh - Proceedings of International Symposium on Multi - Disciplinary Perspectives on Cognition. Held in Banaras Hindu University, Varnish, India, December 14 - 17, 1993. Organised by Cognitive Catholic Science Laboratory Catholic University of America Washington DC 20064, 45A and Department of Psychology Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi India.
(vi) Work Schedule and Quality of the Industrial Shift Workers in Bangladesh - Proceedings of the Eightieth Session of the Indian Science Congress, India, Part IV, 1992.
(vii) Industrial Pollution and Health Hazards of Workers. Designing for Every One, Proceedings of the Eleventh Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, Paris, by Y. Queinnee and Daniellou. Published by Taylor and Francis, London, 1991.
(viii) Work Place Pollution and Health Hazards of Industrial Workers, Abstracts published in the proceedings of 1st Asian Conference on Behaviour Toxicology and Clinical Psychology herd from 9th to 15th January, 1987 at Kanpur India.
(ix) Work Attitude, Strain and Mental Health of Mother, Work and Stress, England, 1987, Vol. 11.
(x) Factors related to Road Accidents in Bangladesh - Proceedings of sub-continental Conference of Psychology in National Development, sponsored by Indian Psychology Association and Hosted by Magadh University Bodh Gaya, October 16 - 18, 1984, Bihar, India.
(xi) Perceived Importance of Job Facts and Overall Job Satisfaction of Industrial Supervisor. International Review of Applied Psychology, London 1984 Vol.33, 395-411.
Research Publications: National
(i) Mental Health and Life Stress of Retired People. The Bangladesh Journal of Psychology, 2000, Vol. 18, 121-129.
(ii) Identifying Predictors of Mental Health among Three Groups of Industrial Managers. Bangladesh Psychological Studies, 2000, Vol. 10, p. 65-72.
(iii) A Comparative Study of Anxiety and Mental Stress of Players. The Bangladesh Journal of Psychology, 1997-98, Vol. 16,pp. 1-7.
(iv) Exploring Predictors of Job Satisfaction among Industrial Managers Of Different Levels. Bangladesh Psychological Studies, 1997. Vol. 7: PP 43-53.
(v) Some Predictors of Job Stress among The Three Groups Of Industrial Managers. Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 1997. Vol. 21: PP. 19-26.
(vi) Quality of Life and Psychological Well being of Rural Women- Proceedings of Fifth Scientific Conference (ASCON-V) sponsored by International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease a Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR, B) on Health and Development: Social and Biomedical Perspective. January 1996.
(vii) Some Psychological Problems of Fortnightly and Weekly Rotating Shift Workers. Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 1996. Vol. 20: PP. 18-24.
(viii) Job Stress of Male and Female Industrial Workers in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh Journal of Psychology, 1995-96, Vol. 15,pp. 95-100.
(ix) Job Stress of Industrial Shift Workers Compared to Non - Shift Workers. University Journal of Psychology, 1993, 18, 49-54.
(x) Occupational Stress, Mental Health and Job Satisfaction of White Collar Employees in Public and Private Industries. Bangladesh Journal of Psychology, 1992, 13, 121-126.
(xi) Job Involvement as related to Job Anxiety and some as related to Job Anxiety and some Demographic Factors - The Dhaka University Studies, Part - E 5 (1): 73-76-1990 (January).
(xii) Job Satisfaction and Life Satisfaction of Different Levels of Employees Bangladesh Journal of Psychology, 1989, 11, 33-37.
(xiii) Striti - Bisriti Chapter on the book Mono - o - Mono Biggan Edt. Dr. A. Khaleque A.U. Ahmed, Pub. M.U. Ahmed, university Press Ltd. Dhaka 1989.
(xiv) Nature of Work as a Determinant of Fatigue. Bangladesh Journal of Psychology 1986, Vol. 15, 1985.
(xv) Personal Factors Related to Road Accidents Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, Vol. 15, 1985.
(xvi) Perceived Importance of Job Facts and Overall Job Satisfaction of Industrial Supervisors. Ed. Khaleque A. Job Satisfaction and Work in Industry; Three Case studies in Bangladesh, Dhaka, Dhaka University, 1984.
(xvii) Value Differences of Incoming and Outgoing Students of Dhaka University. Dhaka University Journal of Psychology, 1983, Vol. 13.
(i) Perceived Importance of Job Facets and Overall Job Satisfaction of Industrial Supervisors (pg-63) from the book, Job Satisfaction and Work in the Industry, edited by Abdul Khaleque and published by University of Dhaka, 1984.
(ii) Sriti O Bisriti (pg-33 to 37) from the book, Mon O Monobiggan, edited by A. Khaleque and A. U. Ahmed and published by University Press Ltd, 1989.
(iii) Psychological Well-Being of Rural Women: Developing Measurement Tools, BRAC-ICDDR, B Joint Research Project, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1998.
Born in 24th June 1957. Citizen of Bangladesh. Length of service 34 years. Command over English and Bangla. Hobbies include sports, music, reading and travelling.