Saleh Ahmed

Agnese Nelms Haury Fellow
Arid Lands Resource Sciences, Graduate Interdisciplinary Program

Saleh Ahmed is a Ph.D. student in the UA’s Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Arid Lands Resource Sciences with a minor in Global Change. He also is working as a graduate research associate for the International Research and Applications Project (IRAP) to support research efforts to understand different aspects of climate vulnerability and adaptation planning in Asia. As part of his academic and research training, he is analyzing how integrating climate services in adaptation decision making can enhance community resilience in Bangladesh, which is heavily exposed to various impacts caused by climate variability and change. Before coming to the UA, Saleh spent several years working in academia and international development agencies to provide project and policy-related support to different climate-resilient development initiatives in regions of Asia. Saleh’s research interests include climate vulnerability assessment, adaptation and resilience planning, international development, and distributive development practice and politics in the Global South. 

Spotlight on Saleh Ahmed -
UA Graduate College, Office of Fellowships and Community Engagement
(August 14, 2017)

Accepted Scholar:



Thomas R. Brown Family Foundation

College of Engineering 

College of Science Galileo Circle

Graduate College

Arizona Institute for Resilience

Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Environment & Social Justice

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences