Rubar Dizayee holds a BSc. degree in geology from Salahaddin University. After earning her BSc. degree in 2010, she worked as a demonstrator (teaching laboratory classes) at the geology department in Salahaddin University. Afterwards, she received Fulbright scholarship to do Master of Science degree in the United States. She successfully earned MSc. in hydrogeology at Texas Christian University in 2014, after which she returned to the department of geology – Salahaddin University to work as assistant lecturer until September 2016. Since September 2016, she joined UKH as assistant lecturer at the department of natural resource engineering and management. Rubar’s research interest encompasses areas of natural resource management, particularly the role of mismanagement and overexploitation of ground water resources on resource sustainability and local residents.
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Natural Resources Engineering and Management
Assistant Lecturer, Department of Geology, Salahaddin University, Hawler, Iraq,
March 2015- September 2016
Teaching Assistant, Department of Geology, Salahaddin University, Hawler, Iraq,
April 2011- August 2012
Fulbright Scholarship, 2012
Groundwater, sustainability and groundwater management, Environment, Groundwater Contamination