Benner
   
Shubber Munim Falah ( Assistant Lecturer )
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Author Biography Shubber Falah Shubber Falah is an architect, holding a BSc and MSc degrees of architecture from the University of Technology in Bagdad, since 2001 and 2004, respectively. He joined the University of Kufa in 2006 to be a faculty member at the College of Urban Planning. In 2009 he became a design member in the College of Engineering Bureau. Ever since, he designed and supervised on several projects, such as hotels, parks, mosques, and offices buildings. In Nov 2012, he left the country heading to the United States to join the College of Design, School of Architecture in DAAP, to pursue his Ph.D. in architecture. In 2016, Shubber Falah became a Ph.D. candidate and ever since he has participated in two conferences: 1) “Presencing Sustainability: The High Line Park in New York City” In Spaces and Flows: Seventh International Conference on Urban and Extra Urban Studies and the Spaces and Flows knowledge community, University of Pennsylvanian, Philadelphia, from 2016/11/10 to 2016/11/11, and 2) “The Vernacular Architecture of Warfare And Welfare” in the International Journal of Arts & Sciences’ (IJAS) International Conference for Social Sciences and Humanities, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts from 22 to 26 May 2017. In April 2018, the University of Cincinnati granted Shubber Falah a Ph.D. in Architecture. In June 2018, he came back home, Iraq to re-join his old college of the Physical Planning, in order to teach the Iraqi Students what he has learned in the United States of Americ.