Head of School and Associate Professor of Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Social Sciences
I specialize in international water management policies, particularly in sustainable flood management and planning practices, flood risk assessment practices in the UK, Europe and East Asia and their applications in both developed and developing countries.
I started my academic life at University of Leeds in 2006, I was appointed as a research teaching associate at School of Geography in Leeds. I have been accredited as a teaching associate in the UK Higher Education Academy (UKHEA) since 2008.
I have engaged with the Water@Leeds research organisation and currently chair of the Delta group and currently I am the visiting senior research fellow at Water@Leeds, University of Leeds.
I have a keen interest in teaching, and I have gained the teaching associate qualification of the Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom. I have been involved with a variety of teaching… read more
I have a keen interest in teaching, and I have gained the teaching associate qualification of the Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom. I have been involved with a variety of teaching activities, such as large and small lectures, field trip course, laboratory classes and pastoral tutorial roles during the past years.
EJ0ENV - Introduction to the Environment (ex from 2012-2016)
EJ1GEP (GEOG1025) - Global Environmental Processes (on-going)
EJ3MFC (GEOG 3042) - Management of Freshwater and Coastal Systems (on-going)
EJ1ESD - Environmental Science Dissertation
EJ1TUT - Environmental Science and Tutorial
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