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Bios of PhD Scholars

PhD Grantee Profiles
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Ahmed Al Noubani was raised in a rural West Bank village among a family that highly values education. Six of eight of his siblings have also graduated from university. Ahmed is expansive upon his Masters of Science degree from the University of Aberdeen in the UK by earning a Ph.D.
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PhD Fellows

Abdrabu Abu Alyan graduated with a PhD in education from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

His dissertation focused on intercultural communicative competences. His interest in this subject was shaped during his teaching experience while earning his masters from the US.

Abdrabu earned his master’s degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language from Saint Michael’s College in Vermont after being awarded a Fulbright scholarship in 1996.

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MA Fellows

Awatef Masri received her BA in English Literature from An-Najah University in Nablus.

Since 2000, she has been working as a headmistress of a number of secondary schools in Palestine. Most recently, she has served as headmistress at Al- Aeshiya Secondary Girl’s School where she manages and directs the entire school, including teachers, students, programs, and many other activities.

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Short Term Fellows

Abdul Fattah Shamleh is the Director of the Institute of Public Administration at An Najah National University. He received his Ph.D. degree in Public

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Program Components

Launched in October 2005, the Palestinian Faculty Development Program (PFDP) aims to increase capacity within the higher education sector in the West Bank and Gaza and address long-term issues of reform in teaching and learning practices.

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