Dr. Tayyaba Tamim

Associate Fellow

Ph.D. Education: University of Cambridge M.Phil. Research in Second Language Education Across Cultures: University of Cambridge M.A. English Language Teaching: Kinnaird College for Women University M.A. English Literature: University of Punjab

Dr. Tayyaba Tamim is currently Associate Professor and Director Academics at the School of Education, Lahore University of Management Sciences. She is also the faculty lead for Pedagogical Partnership Programme at the LUMS Learning Institute. Dr. Tamim completed her PhD from the University of Cambridge as a fully funded RECOUP scholar and MPhil RSLE (Research in Second Language Education Across Cultures) from Cambridge, UK as a British Council Chevening scholar.

Dr. Tamim has led several funded research projects with national and international partners, including those with USAID, British Council and the World Bank. She has also published and presented research papers at a number of national and international forums. Her work covers issues of social justice, equity and inclusivity in education with specific reference to languages in education, language policy, gender and caste. At LUMS she teaches Education for Social Justice; Inclusive Education and Interdisciplinary Theoretical Perspectives to Education at graduate and undergraduate level. She is also a resource person for HEC and PHEC, offering in-service and pre-service training to university/ college faculty.