Mahasin Saleh, Ph.D., MSW, FHEA
Dr. Mahasin Saleh is an Associate Professor at University of North Texas and the Founding Director of the Joint Texas Woman’s University-University of North Texas Joint MSW Program. She is also a Fellow with the Palestinian American Research Center. She worked in Northern England as Social Work Faculty and Post-Qualifying Programme Director at University of Bradford (UK) and also served as a US Fulbright Scholar at Bethlehem University in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) where she taught and worked on establishing their Masters of Social Work (MSW) program.
Prior to serving as a Fulbright Scholar, Dr. Saleh was a tenured Associate Professor of Social Work at University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). In addition to her research and classroom teaching duties at UNR, she served as Principal Investigator of the Nevada Training Partnership for Child Welfare and the Lead Social Work Curriculum Expert for the US Center for Disease Control's Frontier Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Regional Training Center. Her research focuses on the intersections of fatherhood, child welfare, and diversity. She also focuses on international social work and women’s issues.