Interim Chair, Interim Director of Undergraduate Studies, James C. Dowell Fellow, P.E., Professor
E2506 Lafferre Hall
Hani A. Salim is the interim chair in the Department of Engineering and Information Technology and a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, a James C. Dowell Fellow in the University of Missouri College of Engineering. Salim is a member of the ASCE Technical Committee on Blast, Shock and Impact, as well as the ASCE Blast Protection of Building Standards Committee. He is director of MU’s National Center for Explosion Resistant Design, which conducts research on designs and strategies to protect against explosions. Salim serves as a member of The International Scientific Committee for the International Conference on Protective Structures. He has received funding from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Applied Research Associates, the Missouri Department of Transportation, the Air Force Research Laboratory and the U.S. Army Research Laboratory. He received the 2005 William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence and the 2005 Outstanding Teaching Award in the college. He is a registered professional engineer.
PhD from West Virginia University
MS from West Virginia University
BS from the Jordan University of Science and Technology