Muhammad Saeed completed PhD from The University of York UK, in 2012. He joined the Department of Global Studies, KFUPM as Assistant Professor of Sociology in 2014. His research interest includes Social Research, Urban Quality of Life (QOL); Social Analysis of Cultural and Technological Change and Immigration.
Ph.D. in sociology from University of York, United Kingdom.
MA, Sociology: University of Peshawar, Pakistan.
BA, Sociology and Law: University of Peshawar, Pakistan.
A qualitative exploratory study of the factors driving the temporary migration of workers from the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan to Saudi Arabia. Journal of Humanities, Social and Management Sciences, 2022, 3(1): 169-186.
Factor Analysis of Teamwork and Civic Responsibility as Outcomes of Service-Learning: Perspectives of Rural College Students. Journal of Humanities, Social and Management Sciences, 2022, 3(1): 138-153.
Perceptions of Returnees Concerning Their Rehabilitation and Reinstatement in Swat District, Pakistan: An Evaluative Study. Journal of Population and Social Studies, 2022, 30: 354-376.
An Analytical Review on Rethinking Service-Learning as Critical Transformative Paradigm in Higher Education. Journal of Humanities, Social and Management Sciences, 2021 2(2) (July-December): 318-334