Ph.D. in Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah (2003).
M.S. in Environmental Engineering, Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho (1998).
B.S. in Civil Engineering (general engineering with in civil engineering emphasis), Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho (1995).
Mamunur Rashid has been Lecturer in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell since Fall 2013. Prior joining to UMass Lowell, he taught at Georgia Southern University (GSU) and University of Southern Indiana during 2006-2013.
He has held several engineering positions throughout his career including, a Technical Support Engineer with Environmental Modeling Systems Inc. (South Jordan, Utah), a Project Engineer with Ward Engineering Group (Salt Lake City, Utah), an Associate Engineer/Planner with Nolte Associates (Salt Lake City, Utah), and a Design Engineer with RBF Consulting in Irvine, California. His industry experiences include water and waste-water engineering, sewerage system design and planning, water conservation planning, water resource engineering, hydrology, and storm-water management and planning, to name a few.
Rashid, M., and Hayes, D. (2014). “Probable Maximum Flood Routing for Oquirrh Lake Watershed, Utah” (In Revision ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering in 2014).
Rashid. M. and Hayes, D. (2013). Nonlinear Programming Technique for Analyzing Flocculent Settling Data” (In Print, Water Environment Research).( doi:10.2175/106143013X1378930
Rashid, M., and Sato, C. (2012). “Degradation of TCE and PCE in simulated groundwater in a Flow-Through Photosono Reactor.” J. Environ. Eng., 138 (12), 1179–1185. (doi: 0.1061/(ASCE)EE. 1943-7870.0000590).
Rashid, M., Maddaus, W., and Maddaus, M. (2012). “Water Conservation Planning and Implementation in New England: History & Current Practice.” J. of New England Water Works Association (NEWWA), Vol. CXXV, No. 3, p. 209-228 (Sept. 2011).
Rashid, M., and Hayes, D. (2011). “Needs Based Prioritization of Sewerage Projects: Alternative to Cost Benefit Analysis.” J. of Environmental Management, Vol. 92, No. 10, p. 2427-2440. (2011)
Rashid, M., and Sato, C. (2011). “Photolysis, Sonolysis, and Photosonolysis of Trichloroethane (TCA), Trichloroethylene (TCE) and Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Without Catalyst." J. of Water, Air and Soil Pollution, Vol. 216, No. 1, p. 429. (Feb. 2011).
Rashid, M., and Hayes, D. (2011). “A Dynamic Programming Model for Identifying Optimum Areas for Sewerage System Expansion.” ASCE J. of Water Resources Planning and Management.” Vol.137, No.2, p. 193-204 (March 2011).
Rashid, M., Maddaus, W., and Maddaus, M. (2010). “Progresses in Water Conservation Planning and Implementation in the U.S: 1990 TO 2009.” J. of American Water Works Association, Vol. 102, No. 6, p. 85-99 (June 2010).
Conference Proceedings – Engineering Education
Rashid, M., Ahmed, M., and Rahman, A. (2014). “Survey of Capstone Design Project Duration in Teaching Focused Engineering Program”. 2014 Midwest Section Conference, Fort Smith, Arkansas, (to be presented in Sept. 2014).
Ahmed, M., Rashid, M., Rahman, M., and Mitra, A. (2014). Effects of Student Backgrounds on Student Ratings of Instructors: Technology vs. Engineering and Caucasians vs. Hispanics. (abstract accepted). (2014 Midwest Section Conference, Fort Smith, Arkansas, (to be presented in Sept. 2014).
Ahmed, M., Mitra, A., and Rashid, M. (2014). Do US Mechanical Engineering Programs Have Enough Laboratory Hours as Compared to Indian Subcontinent Programs in General? (2014 Midwest Section Conference, Fort Smith, Arkansas, (to be presented in Sept. 2014).
Rashid, M., Ahmed, M., and Mitra, A. (2014). “Mid Semester Informal Evaluation: An Alternate for the End of Semester Evaluation and Effective Ways to Improve Teaching Performance.” Proceedings of the ASEE SE Section Annual Conference, Mercer University, Macon, GA.
Rashid, M., Ahmed, M., Dajani, K., Khan, J., and Bhuiyan, H. (2013). “Student Evaluation of Teaching Index vs. Student’s Self-Evaluation Index: Understanding the Impact of Teaching Performance on Student Satisfaction.” Proceedings of the 2013 Midwest Section Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, Kansas State University Salina.
Rashid, M., Mitchell, Z., and Sprouls, E. (2011). “Teaching Incremental Analysis: Lessons Learned.” Proceedings of the 2011 Industrial Engineering Research Conference (edited by T. Doolen and F. Van Aken); Presented to 61st Annual IIE Conference and Expo, May 21-25, 2011).