Energy, Civil Infrastructure and Climate, Environmental Engineering
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Khalid is a Continuing Lecturer at UC Berkeley, teaching courses in the Global Poverty & Practice (GPP) program, Political Economy, and Civil and Environmental Engineering. After completing his PhD in Environmental Engineering at UC Berkeley, Khalid focused his research on the complex role that engineering expertise plays in the politics of international development and poverty alleviation, and his current work focuses on the intersection of poverty, expertise, and politics.
- 1998: B.S.E. Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
- 2002: M.S.E Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
- 2010: Ph.D. Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley