Bachelor with honors, Dhaka University, Bangladesh, 1957. Master of Arts, Dhaka University, Bangladesh, 1958. Master of Arts, Claremont Graduate University, California, 1965.
Doctor of Philosophy, Claremont Graduate University, California, 1967.
Coordinator Asian studies University Wisconsin, 1980-1990, chairman department political science, 1987-1999. President American Muslim Alliance, Wisconsin, 1996-1998, Bangladesh Foundation, Chicago, since 1982. President political science group North America Association Muslim Natural and Social Scientists, 1976-1980.
Consultant United Nations Development Program, New York City, 1988-1990. Visiting lecturer Carleton University of Canberra, 1971-1972. Visiting professor University Manitoba, Canada, 1988-1989, designated Rosebach professor emeritus political science University Wisconsin, 2004.
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Founder trustee American Institute Bangladesh Studies, Philadelphia, 1986-1998. Board advisors Bangladesh Association, Chicago, since 1996, American Muslim Alliance, Wisconsin, since 1998. Member American Political Science Association (Outstanding Teaching award 1994), International Political Science Association (elected chair research committee 37, 2002), India Association (president 1980-1981), Candlelight Club (president 1982-1983), Optimists (president 1983-1985, Man of Year 1985).
Married Tanjina Khan, January 23, 1992. Children: Riaz, Tamiz, Kabir, Mary Khadija, Wasima.