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Khawar Latif Khan

Graduate Student

Ph.D. in Communication, Rhetoric and Digital Media

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Khawar Latif Khan is a Ph.D. student in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media (CRDM) at North Carolina State University. Born and raised in Pakistan, Khawar completed his MS in Technical Communication in 2019 under the Fulbright Scholarship. His research interests include UI/UX design, digital humanities, and online information design.


– Paper Presentation: “Documentation in Open-Source Organizations: Content Audit and Gap Analysis for Perl” at IEEE ProComm, Limerick, Ireland (July 2022)
– Paper Presentation: “Urdu and Digital Colonialism” at New Directions in the Humanities, Rhodes, Greece (June 2022)
– Panel Presentation: “Alphabets, Algorithms, and Activism: Making Urdu Visible in the Online World” at Computers and Writing, Greenville, NC, USA (May 2022)
– Panel Presentation: “Decolonial Media Studies Archive As Anti-Colonial Infrastructure: If It’s Not Online, It Doesn’t Exist” at CRDM Symposium, Raleigh, NC, USA (March 2022)
– Paper Presentation: “The Effect of Service Quality of Banks on Customer Satisfaction in Pakistan: The Need for Chatbots” at Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI), USA (February 2021)
– Paper Presentation: “Intercultural Communication in Educational Institutions: Content Strategy of Websites of Pakistani Universities” at Symposium on Communicating Complex Information (SCCI), Shreveport-Bossier City, LA, USA (February 2019)
– Poster Presentation: “Global Content Strategy: An Observational Study of the US and Pakistani University Websites” at Special Interest Group on the Design of Communication (SIGDOC), Portland, OR, USA (October 2019)


M.S. Technical Communication North Carolina State University 2019

B.S. Electrical Engineering Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Islamabad, Pakistan 2016