Mohammad Ehsanul Kabir completed his PhD at School of Environment and Science, Griffith University, Australia. His PhD project compares different drivers of vulnerability that are influencing individual’s decisions to migrate from their geographic origins. Ehsan earned his Master’s degree from Monash University Australia in International Development and Environmental Analysis and Bachelor’s degree in social science from Independent University Bangladesh (IUB). Ehsan also worked as a sessional teaching staff at Griffith University under the direction of his PhD supervisors. His teaching and research expertise involves global environmental challenges, human migration and inclusion of socially disadvantaged groups within various development interventions. Previously, Ehsan also worked as a Lecturer within the Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB). Ehsan is currently working as an Assistant Professor (since Feb, 2012) at Dhaka School of Economics, a constituent institution of the University of Dhaka.
PhD from Griffith University Australia
MA from Monash University Australia