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Dr. Maha Salman

Yorkville University
Director-Bachelor of Interior Design

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Dr. Maha Salman is the Director of Bachelor of Interior Design at Yorkville University, Canada. She is a LEED AP (BD+C) who embraces numerous years of industry and academic experience, several publications and books, and a number of awards for her research work. Dr. Salman received her PhD in Sustainable Architecture from the University of Huddersfield, UK; where she received “The Vice Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Research”. Her research focus is on pedagogy, sustainability, and human interaction with the built environment. Dr. Salman’s student-centered approach leads her philosophy to create a positive, engaging, and inspiring learning environment. _x000D_
Dr. Angela Antohi-Kominek is Dean of Academics at Yorkville University, Ontario campus. She works closely with Program Directors and academic staff to ensure student needs are met consistent with the university’s mission. Her passion includes creating inclusive faculty communities among faculty groups, as well as immersing faculty who have never taught before into the world of academia. An advocate for life-long learning, Dr. Antohi-Kominek completed her Doctor of Education program at Western University where her specialty included educational leadership with a focus on higher education. One aspect of Dr. Antohi-Kominek’s philosophy considers faculty success as translational to student success._x000D_
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