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Professor Ahmad Abushamleh, educated in Jordan, completed a B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Jordan in 1975. He then moved to Australia where he did his M.Sc. & Ph.D. degrees in Coordination Chemistry at the University of New South Wales in Sydney during the period 1977-1982. He returned to Jordan and worked as a scientific researcher at the Royal Scientific Society in Amman until 1984, when he then moved to Mutah University and started his academic career as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry. In 1995, he moved to the Hashemite University in Zarqa, Jordan and became a Professor of Inorganic Chemistry. Professor Abushamleh corresponded with and visited many universities for research and/or work. These include: Sandhurst Academy (UK)(1985), West Point Academy (New York, USA), The Citadel Academy (South Carolina, USA), University of Wurtzburg and the University of Heidelberg (Germany)(1987), University of Kansas and Ohio State University (USA)(1989), Al-Israa University (Jordan)(1991), Applied Science University (Jordan)(1996), University of Kansas(1999, 2001), Applied Science University(2006), and King Saud Ben Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)(2009-2013). Professor Abushamleh held many academic positions:  Chairman of Chemistry Department (4 times), Dean of Scientific Research & Graduate Studies, Dean of Science (6 times), Assistant to the President of the Hashemite University (2007-2009). Professor Abushamleh is a member of many professional organizations, committees and societies. His research is the area of nitrogen-containing heterocyclic ligand systems; synthesis and complexation of these with first raw transition metals.

To my students:        
We chemists have not yet discovered how to make gold, but, in contentment and satisfaction with our lot, we are the richest people on earth.”— Lord George Porter, OM, FRS, Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry, 1969. 


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The DSR is mainly concerned with promoting and supervising research activities at HU. Scientific research is facing major challenges and constraints, which mandate creating appropriate research environment, effective management protocols, and updated legislations and regulations. As the progress in scientific research necessitates continuous development of supplies and equipment, the Deanship provides financial support to enable researchers to conduct research. The university allocates annually at least 3% of its budget to support scientific research proposals that focus on the needs and priorities of public and private sectors and contribute in solving problems of local communities.

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