Yarmouk University
Yarmouk University (YU) which was established in 1976, now contains 12 faculties, and these faculties hold 55 majors in Bachelor programs, 63 in Master programs and 18 in PhD programs with 33000 students. YU has joint postgraduate programs with some European Universities including an MSc in Health Services Management in collaboration with the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, an MSc in Information Technology Management, UK, and an ICT Diploma with collaboration with the University of Inholland. YU has also a rich experience in conducting research with cooperation with many European institutions including eight TEMPUS projects. Website.
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Adnan Atoum
Professor Adnan Atoum received his PhD in Cognitive Psychology from Texas Christian University in 1990 and is currently at Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology, Yarmouk University, Jordan. He served as Vice President at Yarmouk University in the period 2010-2013 and worked at Sharjah University, University of College of Education-Sultanate of Oman and Al-Albyte University, Jordan. He is Chief-Editor and member of editorial and consultation boards at several research Journals. Professor Atoum has over 80 journal and conference publications and books.​
Khaled Gharaibeh

Dr. Khaled Gharaibeh received PhD in Electrical Engineering in 2004 from North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.  Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering since 2009, assistant Dean 2008-2009, head of the Telecommunications Engineering Department since 2009, served as a member of various councils and committees including university council, faculty council, Accreditation committee, graduate studies committee and scientific research committee. He is the coordinator of Tempus project 511074-1-TEMPUS-2010-1-JO-JPCR. He has published more than 30 scientific research papers in international journals and conferences and the author of one book: Nonlinear Distortion in Wireless Systems, Wiley.​

Ziad Al-saad
Professor Ziad Al-Saad is a Professor of cultural heritage conservation and management at Yarmouk University. He received his Ph.D. in conservation and archaeometry from University of London in 1992. He was Chair of Department of Archaeology in the period 1994-1999, Director of the Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology 1999-2007. He was also  vice president for academic affairs of German-Jordanian University 2008-2010. In 2010 he returned to Yarmouk University as vice president for research and international affairs. He was then appointed as Director General of Department of Antiquities of Jordan 2010-2011. Al-Saad has been very active researcher and managed various international funding agencies including EU, World Banks, USAID and JAICA.​

Hussein A. Obeidat

​Hussein A. Obeidat is an associate professor in the Language Center and the Department of English Language and Literature at Yarmouk University. He has an MA degree in TESL from SUNY at Stony Brook, NY, and an MA and a PhD in Linguistics from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign. He was the Director of the Language Center and the Director of the Faculty Development Center at YU for Several Years. He worked as a visiting professor at the University of Virginia, USA, King Saud University, SA, Philadelphia University and Mu'ta University, Jo. He has participated in many national and international conferences. He has published research in TESL, TAFL, Applied Linguistics, Discourse Analysis, and Translation.

Amneh Al-Rawashdeh

Amneh Al-Rawashdehhave a PhD in Educational Administration from New Mexico State University, U.S.A. Currently, I am an Assistant Professor at Yarmouk University at the department of  Educational Administration and Foundations. Prior to Joining Yarmouk University, I was a College Assistant Professor, at the department of  Educational Leadership and Administration  at New Mexico State University (NMSU), U.S.A.  Also, I finished a one year position as a Post Doctoral Researcher,  at  the Institute for Equity in Mathematics and Science Education, IEMSE at NMSU, U.S.A. My field of experience revolved around the following areas: leadership training, accreditation, program evaluation, and designing online classes. Some of the major tasks that I handled are: 1) conducting summative and formative evaluation on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Education grants, community based outreach, and Leadership Projects, 2) Developing and researching instruments and rubrics for assessing and evaluating teachers' learning and teaching inside the classroom, 3) Designing leadership courses, and 4) Designing online classes. 

Khalil Karasneh

Khalil Karasneh is senior software developer and the head of web services department at Yarmouk University. He has thirteen years of extensive experience in software development. Khalil is an expert in software development with .NET framework, learning management systems (LMS), Document management systems (DMS), SQL server databases, customize and deploy content management systems (CMS), manage and administrate web servers. Khalil has a B.Sc. in Computer Science and Information Systems from the Philadelphia University. He can be reached at k.karasneh@yu.edu.jo

​Asmaa' Al-Heeh
Asmaa' Al-Heeh is a full –time lecturer at the Language Center, Yarmouk University. She teaches English skills courses which are university requirements for Yarmouk University students. Asmaa' holds an MA degree in English Literature and Criticism, and a BA degree in English Language and Literature, both awarded by Yarmouk University. She is interested in postcolonial literature, and she wishes to pursue her higher studies in that field.
​Diala Abu-Ghazaleh
Diala Abu-Ghazaleh was born in Jerusalem in 1964. She received the BA degree in English Language and Literature from Yarmouk University, Jordan in 1986, the MA degree in Translation and Linguistics from Bath University, England in 1987. She is currently a full-time instructor at the Language Center, Yarmouk University, and has been teaching English since 1997.