Dr. Saleh Keshawarz




BS in Civil Engineering: Kabul University; Master of Engineering in Civil
Engineering: Tennessee State University; Ph.D.: University of Oklahoma (Civil


1. (2002) "An Attempt to Resurrect Engineering Education in Herat, Afghanistan",
American Society of Engineering Education Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada
(Nominated for Best Paper Award)

2. (2002) "Rapid Assessment of Water Sector -- Afghanistan", a report submitted
to United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

3.(2002) "The Leader in War Must Lead in Peace", New York Times, March 4

4. (2001) "Partitioning Afghanistan is Dangerous", USA TODAY, Nov. 2,

5. (2001) "Engineering Education in Herat, Afghanistan" Report submitted to CHA
an Afghan NGO 3.

6. (1997) "Reconstruction  Strategy for Afghanistan," Effort, A Journal of
Afghan Affairs, v5, n1

7. (1996) "Transfer of Knowledge Through Expatriate Nationals (TOKTEN),"Effort,
A Journal of Afghan Affairs, v4, n1 5. (1996) "Engineering Education in
Afghanistan,"Effort, A Journal  of Afghan Affairs, v4, n1

8. (1995) "Amu-Darya, a Shared Water Resource," Effort, A Journal of Afghan
Affairs, vol. 3, no. 1 7.

9. (1994) "UN Agencies Lead Reconstruction Efforts in Afghanistan", Effort, A
Journal Afghan Affairs

Currently I am leading a team of consultants to conduct a need assessment on
soil and water as they relate to agriculture. The study is done for ICARDA
(Internation Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Area. The study is
sponsored by USAID.


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