A B M Enamol Hassan graduated 2018 with a Masters of Arts in Environmental Policy Institute (EPI) at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN), Canada, in the area of forest management. Originally from Bangladesh, Mr. Hassan completed Bachelor of Social Science and Master of Social Science in Sociology from Shahjalal University of Science & Technology (SUST) in 2006 and 2008 respectively. Previously, he worked as an Assistant Professor (Sociology) in the Department of Humanities, Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (CUET), Bangladesh since 2012 and engaged there till he attends in MUN on study leave in September 2016 to pursue second Master of Art degree in Environmental Policy. Prior to joining CUET, he worked as an Assistant Faculty Member of BRAC Learning Center, the then BRAC Training and Resource Center, having been responsible of conducting training on social development and micro-finance for newly appointed employees in BRAC.
His main research interests lie in the intersection of community forestry and participatory approach following the pragmatic idea of research philosophy. In particular, his current research explores the intensity of all stakeholders’ participation and integration in community based forest management as well as its contribution in keeping good sustainability of environment. Moreover, he has also immense interest to be involved in doing research on collaborative governance and natural resource management highlighting the anthropogenic impacts on forest ecosystem, watershed, and also environmental conflicts on sharing the water of the Transboundary Rivers as well.