Lock Haven University professor, Dr. Mohamed Khalequzzaman, recently spoke at the International Lecture Series organized by National Oceanographic and Maritime Institute in Bangladesh. His presentation was on Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100 (BDP2100).
His audience included faculty members and students from major universities and policymakers from institutions in Bangladesh who are associated with implementation of the BDP2100.
The presentation was based on knowledge and field experience gained by Khalequzzaman from research and teaching in coastal settings in the U.S.
The content of the presentation will be incorporated into courses that Khalequzzaman teaches at LHU. “The students at LHU will gain insights about real-world coastal environmental issues that the people are facing in a different geographic setting,” Khalequzzaman said.
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