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Physics educator

Ibrahim A. Halloun, Lebanese physics educator. Recipient research grants Lebanese University, 1988-1993, 97—, Most Memorable Papers award American Journal Physics, 1993. President Lebanese Intellectuals Association, Junieh, 1986-1993, 97—. Member American Association Physics Teachers, National Association Research in Science Teaching, International History, Philosophy of Science and Teaching Group.

Background

Halloun, Ibrahim A. was born on February 13, 1955 in Ashrafieh, Beirut, Lebanon. Son of Jamil and Nabiha (Khoury) Abou-Halloun.

Education

License, Lebanese University, Rawda, 1978. Secondary Teaching Certified, Lebanese University, Rawda, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, Arizona State University, Tempe, 1984.

Career

Instructor Central College, Junieh, Lebanon, 1976-1979. Graduate assistant Arizona State University, Tempe, 1980-1984, visiting professor, since 1993. Professor American University Beirut, Lebanon, 1988-1993.

Professor physics Lebanese University, Rawda, 1984. President Center for Resources in Education, Science and Technology, Junieh, Lebanon, 1990-1993, 97—. National Science Foundation project evaluator Arizona State University, Tempe, since 1993.

Chairman physics department AUB-OCP, Beirut, 1988-1991. Committee chairman Lebanese University, Rawda, 1985-1988, chairman science & mathematics education department, since 1999. Science technical consultant United Nations Educational, Paris, since 1997.

Works

Membership

President Lebanese Intellectuals Association, Junieh, 1986-1993, 97—. Member American Association Physics Teachers, National Association Research in Science Teaching, International History, Philosophy of Science and Teaching Group.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Crafts, gardening, tennis.

Connections

Married Antoinette Ambour, October 10, 1998. Children: Alexia, Gabriella.

father:
Jamil Abou-Halloun

mother:
Nabiha (Khoury) Abou-Halloun

spouse:
Antoinette Ambour

child:
Alexia Halloun

child:
Gabriella Halloun