Muhammad Hasnain

Muhammad Hasnain

Natural Science Instructor

muhammad.hasnain@lltc.edu

Tribal Affiliation:
Gaa-Waabaabiganikaag (White Earth Nation)

Biography:

My education and my career started in Peshawar, Pakistan, a city with a rich history. This city, known for its rich cultural heritage and vibrant history, has instilled in me a deep appreciation for resilient structures and sustainable development. I started with an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering, followed by a masters in construction management from the UK. Returning to Peshawar, I embraced the role of a Civil Engineering lecturer at a local engineering college, where I could impart my knowledge and inspire the next generation in my community.

My journey has been marked by personal and academic challenges, yet it has been a testament to resilience and growth. I advocate strongly for practical learning, a belief rooted in my own experiences in the construction industry where I discovered my true passion. This philosophy was further reinforced during my time at the Environmental Studies program at BSU, where I navigated personal struggles while striving for academic excellence. Now at LLTC, I bring these diverse experiences together, aiming to create a nurturing and family-like atmosphere. I am dedicated to guiding students to explore and learn, hoping my story of overcoming obstacles and continuous learning resonates and inspires within the LLTC community.

I have a keen interest in cricket. It is a fun game and if you want to watch an intense game watch one between India and Pakistan. In my free time, I am learning about cars and how to fix them as my old car has motivated me to learn about cars.

Anniversary:
01/02/2024

Degrees:

BS of Civil Engineering, Cecos University Pakistan, 2015.

MSc Construction Management, Nottingham Trent University, 2017.

MS Environmental Studies, Bemidji State University- Present