Department of Energy and Environment
Dr. Shaleen Singhal is a faculty member and holds the position of the Head of the Department of Policy Studies at the TERI University. With education profile spanning architecture, planning and regeneration, Dr. Singhal has developed synergies across the three disciplines through research and teaching. His doctoral study from University of Ulster, UK entitled: City Competitiveness, Regeneration, and Property-led Business Strategies, was highly commended in the 2009 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Awards competing with entrants from 37 countries worldwide for the global award scheme. His professional experience of fifteen years focuses on sustainable urban economic development issues in India and the United Kingdom. Earlier he contributed to higher education in the UK as a teacher for over three years and as a Lecturer in Sustainability Design for two years in the School of the Built Environment, University of Ulster (UU). He had focused on research-led teaching, learning and assessment of the students on postgraduate and undergraduate programmes on urban planning, property investment and development, and construction business and project management.
Honors and AwardsBiography included in the Marquis 'Who's Who in the World 2012' publication.
Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, UK in 2011 for contribution to higher education.
The Highly Commended 2009 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award.
University of Ulster, Faculty 2009 Award for Best Thesis in Built Environment.
American Real Estate Society fellowship in 2008 for annual doctoral seminar presentation
Vice-Chancellor's Research Scholarship award for PhD at University of Ulster, 2005-08
Fellowship from German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development for curricula development in spatial environmental planning, landscape and city planning, 2002
Dresden University of Technology, Germany, fellowship for international course on environmental management for developing countries, 1999
Eklavya Foundation award (Gold Medal) for Excellence in Environmental Planning at CEPT University, 1997