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educator , Civil engineer

Parviz Amir Koushki, Iranian, American civil engineer, educator. Lieutenant Iranian Army, 1965-1966. Member American Society of Civil Engineers, Persian Society Engineers, Transportation Research Board, New York Academy of Sciences, Amnesty International, Worldwatch Institute, Volunteer in Technology Assistance.

Background

Koushki, Parviz Amir was born on April 28, 1943 in Sabzevar, Iran. Son of Asadollah and Showkatagha (Arabshahi) Koushki.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Master of Science, University Azerbijon, 1965. Proficiency diploma, New York University, 1968. Master of Science in Traffic, University Massachusetts, 1970.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, 1974.

Career

Advisor to mayor, Tehran, 1975. Assistant professor Polytechnic University, 1976-1978. Managing director Bureau Traffic Safety, 1978-1979.

Assistant professor Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York, 1979-1982. Associate professor King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1982-1990, University Alaska, Fairbanks, 1990-1992. Professor Kuwait University, since 1992.

Board directors RAHAB Consultant, Tehran. Co-director Center for Urban Studies Tehran Polytechnic University, 1976-1978. Consultant World Bank, Washington, since 1992.

Member National Safety Organization, Kuwait, since 1994.

Membership

Lieutenant Iranian Army, 1965-1966. Member American Society of Civil Engineers, Persian Society Engineers, Transportation Research Board, New York Academy of Sciences, Amnesty International, Worldwatch Institute, Volunteer in Technology Assistance.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Mountain climbing, marathon running, tennis, music, calligraphy.

Connections

Married Alison Marie Larkin, August 22, 1972. Children: Jasmine Khaatoon, Amir Kazimir.

father:
Asadollah Koushki

mother:
Showkatagha (Arabshahi) Koushki

spouse:
Alison Marie Larkin

child:
Jasmine Khaatoon Koushki

child:
Amir Kazimir Koushki