Chowdhury, F. A., Allen, L., Yousuf, M., & Mueen, A. (2020). On Twitter Purge: A retrospective analysis of suspended users. Companion Proceedings of the Web Conference 2020 (pp. 371-378). doi: 10.1145/3366424.3383298. Link to article: https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3366424.3383298
Yousuf, M., Haque, M. M., & Islam, M. K. (2019). Online niche of English newspapers in Bangladesh: Analyzing news stories and user engagement on Facebook. Newspaper Research Journal, 40(1), 106-126.
Hassan, N., Yousuf, M., Mahfuzul Haque, M., A Suarez Rivas, J., & Khadimul Islam, M. (2019). Examining the roles of automation, crowds and professionals towards sustainable fact-checking. Companion Proceedings of the 2019 World Wide Web Conference (pp. 1001-1006). ACM.
Craig, D. A., & Yousuf, M. (2018). Teaching and assessing learning about virtue: Insights and challenges from a redesigned journalism ethics class. Journal of Media Ethics, 33(4), 181-197.
Yousuf, M., & Craig, D. A. (2018). Service learning plus social learning: preparing future journalists through a collaborative project. Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, 33(2). Available at http://swecjmc.wp.txstate.edu/files/2018/04/YousufCraig.pdf
Rony, M. M. U., Hassan, N., & Yousuf, M. (2017). Diving deep into clickbaits: Who use them to what extents in which topics with what effects? Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances In Social Networks Analysis And Mining 2017 (pp. 232-239). https://doi.org/10.1145/3110025.3110054
Yousuf, M., & Taylor, M. (2017). Helping Syrians tell their story to the world. Journalism Practice, 11(2-3), 302-318. https://tinyurl.com/ldt8nxh
Craig, D., Ketterrer, S., & Yousuf, M. (2017). To post or not to post: Online discussion of gun permit mapping and the development of ethical standards in data journalism. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 94(1), 168-188. https://tinyurl.com/k78at6v
Dr. Yousuf is strongly committed to helping his students succeed beyond classrooms and to serving communities. In addition to serving on thesis/dissertation committees and supervising independent studies, Dr. Yousuf hired multiple undergraduate research assistants from his department and other departments (e.g., Political Science) to work on his grant-funded research projects. On several occasions, he managed funds from universities to take undergraduate students to conferences such as Computation+Journalism symposium and IRE (Investigative Reporters & Editors) conference. He also serves as the faculty advisor of several chartered student organizations at UNM.
Dr. Yousuf has been serving as an editorial board member for the Newspaper Research Journal, a major academic journal dedicated to publishing research about legacy news organizations. He is serving as research co-chair of the Media Management, Economics and Entrepreneurship Division, AEJMC.
In addition to various services that Dr. Yousuf provides to his work-related communities, he is also committed to serving communities outside of the university. Particularly, he is passionate about efforts to preserve local news. He believes that continuous decay in local news contributes to rising misinformation and eroding democratic principles. He has been serving as an advisory panel member of the New Mexico Local News Fund (NMLNF), an organization that seeks to “grow the ecosystem of local news across our state to better serve the information needs of all New Mexicans.” He also serves as a volunteer newsletter consultant for the Non-profit Sector News, a small non-profit news organization based in Pennsylvania.