Salah Dine Hammoud

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Salah Dine Hammoud

Board Member

Salah Dine (Salah) Hammoud is a U.S. Air Force Academy retired civilian Professor Emeritus (Department of Foreign Languages and International Programs).

He taught Arabic language and culture in support of the Middle Eastern Area Studies academic majors in geopolitics, geosciences, history and the foreign language minor. He also contributed to his department’s faculty training, assessment and curriculum development. Prior to joining the faculty at USAFA, he served in a number of teaching and administrative positions at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California, the University of Texas at Austin, in addition to teaching assignments in Morocco, England, Saudi Arabia and as a Fulbright scholar in Qatar. He was also a consultant on United Nations and International Baccalaureate Organization projects and as former language staff in U.S. Peace Corps training programs.

Salah received both the M.A and Ph.D. the University of Texas at Austin, after undergraduate studies in Rabat, Morocco. His associative activities include memberships in the Middle Eastern Studies Association, the Colorado Congress of Foreign Lauge Teachers, and the American Association of Teachers of Arabic for which he served as past board member and President.