Dr. Jamal Hajsaleh is an associate professor in physics. He received his PhD in Molecular Spectroscopy from the University of North Texas, US, in 1993. Since then he has worked in universities in Texas, Bahrain and the UAE. He has extensive teaching experience in Physics, Astronomy, Math, Statistics, IT, Education and Management.
Dr. Hajsaleh has eight publications in refereed Journals and numerous presentations in national and international conferences. He has received many awards including the Khalifa Education Award.
He established the UNT Regional Collaborative for Excellence in Science Teaching in 1995, which is still active today, and provides professional development for in-service science teachers and has been funded by state and federal grants.
Teaching interests include: physics in health science; electromagnetic waves; modern physics; classical mechanics; quantum mechanics; atomic and molecular physics; statistical and thermal physics; mathematical modeling; quantitative methods; statistics; modern physics; astrophysics;
elementary astronomy; the solar system; stars and the universe; science education methods; computer applications and concepts in resource management.