Tina
Jaskolski

Position
Assistant Professor
Department
School of Sciences and Engineering

Profile

Brief Biography

Tina Jaskolski is an assistant professor of sustainable development at the School of Sciences and Engineering, as well as associate director of research at the Research Institute for a Sustainable Environment (RISE) at AUC. Jaskolski also teaches for the master of sustainable development degree program and has previously taught in the Institute of Gender and Women's Studies. She holds a PhD from the Australian National University in Human Geography. Jaskolski has carried out research on sustainability and education, governance and community development in Australia, Indonesia, Germany and Egypt. Since joining AUC in 2006, Jaskolski has worked on a large number of community based research and development projects, fostering sustainability, sustainable resource use, renewable energy, waste management and water conservation. 

Education

  • PhD Human Geography, Australian National University
  • Diploma of Geography, Frankfurt University, Germany
  • MA Southeast Asian Studies, Frankfurt University, Germany
  • BA with Honors, Human Geography, University of Tasmania, Australia
Articles and Chapters in Peer Reviewed Journals and Books
  • 2016, Jaskolski, M.: Managing Egypt’s Limited Supply of Fresh Water – Challenges of Sustainability, Water Scarcity and Food Security, German Science Monitor 2016, 3-8.
  • 2016, Jaskolski, M. and Otter, P.: Sustainable Drinking Water Solutions for Egypt’s Remote Areas, German Science Monitor 2016, 16-20.
  • 2016, Jaskolski, M.: The Social Implications of Drinking Water Provision – Community Management of Solar Water Stations in the Oases of Egypt’s Western Desert, The Middle East’s Architectural Association Journal, 1(2).
  • 2016, Jaskolski, M.: Sustainability, Education and Youth-Based Discourses in Denpasar, Bali. In Kallio, K., Mills, S. and Skelton, T. (eds.) Politics, Citizenship and Rights, Volume 7. Geographies of Children and Young People. Springer, Singapore.
  • 2016, Jaskolski, M. and Diniega, R.: Lost Roots: Challenges of Sustaining the Architectural Heritage of Egypt’s Western Desert, The Middle East’s Architectural Association Journal, 1(1), 5-10.
  • 2004, Stratford, E. and Jaskolski, M.: In Pursuit of Sustainability? Challenges for Deliberative Democracy in a Tasmanian Local Government, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 31, 311-324.
  • 2003, Stratford, E., Armstrong, D. and Jaskolski, M.: Relational Spaces and the Geopolitics of Community Participation in Two Tasmanian Local Governments: A Case for Agnostic Pluralism?, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 28, 462-472.

Other Publications

  • 2016, Jaskolski, M., Otter, P. and Aulich, H. (eds.): Proceedings of the First International Conference on Solar Energy Solutions for Electricity and Water Supply in Rural Areas.7th-10th of October 2015, The American University in Cairo, Cairo.
  • 2016, Jaskolski, M.: The Social Side of Water – Sustainability and Community Management of Solar Water Stations in the Oases of Egypt’s Western Desert. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Solar Energy Solutions for Electricity and Water Supply in Rural Areas, 7th-10th of October 2015, The American University in Cairo, Cairo, 86-97.
  • 2016, Jaskolski, M.: Small Scale Solar Energy Projects for Local Income Generation in the Oases of Egypt’s Western Desert – A Field Report. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Solar Energy Solutions for Electricity and Water Supply in Rural Areas, 7th-10th of October 2015, The American University in Cairo, Cairo, 98-106.
  • 2003, Berger, C., Caliendo, S., Friederich, S., Jaskolski, T., Niederndorfer, K. and Waldbauer, A.: Integrated Sustainability Study - Final Technical Report. Hydrostar Project, Brussels.
Research Interest
  • Sustainable Community Development
  • Sustainability Education
  • Sustainable Resource Management
  • Participatory Research Methodologies