The University of Jordan :: Amman :: Jordan  
Prof. Mohammad S. Mubarak
Professor of Chemistry  

Dr. Mohammad S. Mubarak received his B.Sc. in Chemistry with a minor in Education from The University of Jordan (UJ), in 1976, M.Sc. in Chemistry from UJ, in 1978, and a Ph.D. from Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, in 1982. 
 
Mohammad Mubarak started his teaching career at King Saud University (KSU), Abha, Saudi Arabia, as an assistant professor in 1983 andbecame an associate professor in 1992. In January 1993, Mubarak returned home to join the teaching staff of UJ’s Faculty of Science. In 1998, he was promoted to the rank of full Professor. 
 
Dr. Mubarak held a number of administrative positions at UJ, including Chairman of the Department of Chemistry, and Vice Dean of the Faculty of Science, 2009-2011. He has also assumed the position of Academic Consultant and Vice Dean at Al-Ghad International Medical Sciences College, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2011- 2012.
 
At UJ, he served as a member or leader on various evaluation and research committees and university councils.
 
Throughout his academic career, Mubarak went on many teaching and research visits and fellowships at reputed American universities, including the University of Oklahoma and Indiana University.
 
Mubarak has served and is currently on the editorial boards of several journals. In addition, Prof. Mubarak is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Royal Award for first place B.Sc. Students awarded by H.M. the late king Hussein of Jordan in 1976, Royal Award for first place M.Sc. Students awarded by H.M. the late king Hussein of Jordan in 1978, Jordan Scopus Award of Most Active author at The University of Jordan in 2009, Distinguished researcher award from UJ  in 2007, 2009, 2010, and 2011, as well as UJ’s Ali Mango Award for distinguished scientist 2011.
 
Mubarak is a highly accomplished scholar, with 15 funded research projects, including one entitled “Investigation, Revival and Optimization of Traditional Mediterranean Coloring Technology for the Conservation of the Cultural Heritage (MED-COLOUR-TECH)” which was funded by the EU, and over 150 peer-reviewed publications. He has also advised and co-advised tens of M.Sc. and Ph. D. students.
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