Activities and Services

I’m actively engaged in different activities and transfers. To schedule an activity with me, please contact me via email. 

Here is an excerpt of such activities:

  • Guest speaker in events and workshops
  • Presentations and keynotes
  • Participation in interviews and media presence
  • Serving as a visiting lecturer
  • Selection committee and jury membership
  • Collaboration on national and international projects
  • Consultation on different topics for private, business governmental sectors

Recent Activities

Submit Your Paper at ECIS 2020, Track: Digital Inclusion in Education, Work, and Society,

Paper submission deadline: 29 November Track Description: Recent developments in digital technology have been reshaping almost all aspects of our lives, including work, education, and social life. Despite the many opportunities digital technologies bring about, they come with challenges …
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Research Presentation for an International Journalist Delegation

On Friday, 8th of November 2019, 15 international journalists from the field of science and research visited the Weizenbaum Institute (The German Internet Institute) in Berlin. The aim of the visit was to give the journalists the opportunity to gain …
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Kicking-off the New Semester with the Seminar of Online and Social Media Marketing

At the University of Potsdam, Chair of Social Media and Data Science, I offer our Master Level students a seminar on Online and Social Media Marketing. The goal of this course is to familiarize students with the fundamentals of online …
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Participating at the Workshop: Mixed Method Research by Prof. Viswanath Venkatesh

The three-day workshop took place at the Institute for Digitization Research, University of Augsburg in Germany from Friday to Monday, 04-07.10.2019. Mixed methods research is an approach that combines quantitative and qualitative research methods in the same research inquiry to …
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Nominated for the 2019 AIS Early Career Award

I was honored to be nominated for the 2019 AIS Early Career Award by the Association of Information Systems. This award recognizes individuals in the early stages of their careers who have already made outstanding research, teaching, and/or service contributions …
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Safa’a AbuJarour has been selected for the position “PhD Representative for the AIS Women’s Network College”

I’m honored to be selected for the position PhD Representative for the Association of Information Systems Women’s Network College. The PhD Representative is a member of the Executive Committee of the AIS Women’s Network College and serves as a liaison …
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Paper Presentation at the American Conference of Information Systems 2019

On Saturday, 17.08.2019. Safa’a AbuJarour presented a full research paper titled ““Your Home Screen is Worth a Thousand Words”: Investigating the Prevalence of Smartphone Apps among Refugees in Germany” at the American Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2019) held in …
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Panel Discussion at the American Conference of Information Systems in Cancun, Mexico

On Friday, 16.08.2019, it was a pleasure to have a panel discussion at the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2019) held in Cancun-Mexico on the topic “Turning the Dark Side of Social Media Bright! The Case of Immigration in …
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Master Seminar: Digital Marketing Strategy – Summer Semester 2019

At the department of Business Informatics, University of Potsdam, we offer this summer the seminar “Digital Marketing Strategy”. As consumers spend more and more time on online and especially on Social Media platforms, business and non-for-profit organizations are rededicating their …
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My Talk during the Digital Future Summit 2019 at the ESMT Berlin

On Firday, 21st of June, 2016, I was honored to be part of the Digital Future Summit 2019 at the ESMT Berlin as a speaker and presented my research on “Societal Digital Integration: The Case of Refugees” at the Student …
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