Master of Arts in Islamic Religious Studies (MAIRS)

Teaching Arabic in the Global Era

School of Science and Engineering

Saleh Haskouri

  • Mathematics Lecturer
  • School of Science and Engineering

  • Status: Full-time
  • Office number : 106
  • Building : 9
  • Office phone : (+212)-535-862-160
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  • Alumnus of The American School of Tangier. Class 1977 Speak French, Spanish, English and Arabic fluently Have attained basic speaking knowledge of Mandarin (Chinese) in only 1 academic year in China. Taught remedial Mathematics as a part-time instructor at the University of Texas in Brownsville, Brownsville, Texas 1992-93 Worked as part-time corporate teacher at the Education Center in St Thomas, Virgin Islands 88-90 Certified by the state of Texas in Secondary Mathematics, Computer Science, Spanish, French and English as a Second Language. Sold oil made out of synthetic lubricants as an independent Amsoil dealer 1982-84 Worked as simultaneous interpreter (Spanish, French and English) for the International Federation of Roller Skating, Fort Worth, Fall 82 Worked as translator (Spanish-English) during the BORDER GOVERNORS MEETING in Brownsville, June 1998 (My name is available in the Web page) I am one of the first four interpreters/translators to graduate from a Texas University I am one of the Founding Fathers of the UT Brownsville Translators and Interpreters’ Association (A non-profit organization, Fall 1997) I am one of the Founding Fathers of the first American University in China 2001-02
  • Degree : Master’s degree in Mathematics (minor in Instructional Technology) University of North Texas Denton, Texas 5/88 Bachelor’s degree in Mathematical Sciences University of Texas at Dallas Richardson, Texas 5/85 Bachelor’s degree in Foreign Languages University of the South Sewanee, Tennessee 5/81

  • Grants and honors : Awarded paid leave of absence by Brownsville Independent School District for the year 2001-02 Awarded Fellowship by the Computer Science Department of the University of Texas at Edinburg, summer 1998 Awarded tenure after 5 years of continuous service at BISD Awarded golden pin by BISD in 2001 for 10 consecutive years of service
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