Wafa Hasan

Personal information

Title: 
Phd of Philosophy in Engineering Management

Contact information (private)

postbox: 
604
State: 
Nablus
Country: 
Palestine
Mobile phone: 
0598280007

Contact information (work)

Company name: 
Palestine Polytechnic University (PPU)
Department: 
Environmental Technology
Postbox: 
198
Address: 
Wade Alhareya- B Building
State: 
Hebron
Country: 
Palestine
Phone: 
022233050
Work email address: 
wafahasan@ppu.edu

Education

Doctorate of Philosophy, Engineering Management, 2007, Department of Engineering and Management, Utah State University, Logan, Utah, USA
Master Degree, Science in Geo-Environmental Engineering, 2004, University of Durham, School of Engineering, Durham, United Kingdom
Bachelor Degree, Science in Civil Engineering, 2003, Al-Najah National University, School of Engineering, Nablus, Palestine.

Competences

Management consulting experience with a deep understanding of research and analytical approaches and methodologies.
Energy research experience, data collection and analysis, emergency response, risk assessment, and regulatory affairs.
Teamwork and leadership experience providing a high level of success that exceeds the expected results.
Languages: 
English - Fluent
Arabic mother tongue

Jobs

Work history: 
Assistant professor in Environmental Technology,2011- Present, Environmental Technology Department, Palestinian polytechnic University (PPU), Hebron, West Bank
Lecturer- Civil Engineering Department, 2010- 2011, Birzeit University, Birzeit, West Bank
Project Coordinator, 2009-2011, Palestinian Hydrology Group (PHG), Research on Climate Change, Hydro-conflicts, and human security (CLICO)
Honarary office and memberships: 
Dean’s Honor List, Utah State University, Logan, 2004, 2005
Scholar, the Distinguished British Organization for British Palestinian Cooperation (Trust Annual Fellowship)
Productions and works: 
Publication: Hasan W. and Kalurachchi J., 2005. Sustainable Water Resource Management Considering Population Growth and Land Use Changes; Proceedings, American Geophysical Union, Fall. Meeting 2005, abstract #H11A-1256. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2005AGUFM.H11A1256H