Dr. Taha Hussein Ali Al-Salem holds a master’s degree in hydrogeology from the College of Science, University of Mosul in 1980, and a doctorate in water resources geology from the British University of Durham in 1996. He joined Al-Noor University College for the academic year 2021-2022 to teach engineering geology in the Department of Construction Engineering and Project Management. I was appointed at the University of Mosul / College of Science / Geology Department in 1983 as an assistant lecturer. After obtaining my doctorate, I was promoted to teacher and transferred to the Remote Sensing Center as head of the Department of Natural and Engineering Resources. In 2002, I was promoted to assistant professor and was appointed director of the Remote Sensing Center, which It continued for one year, in addition to being head of the Department of Water Resources and Engineering. In 2012, I was transferred to the College of Environmental Sciences and Technologies and was appointed head of the Department of Environmental Technologies. In 2016, I was referred for retirement upon reaching the legal age. During my scientific career, I completed many scientific researches (23 research papers), which were published in international, Arab, and Iraqi scientific journals. I participated in many international, Arab, and Iraqi conferences, and I also participated in many international scientific workshops. I supervised a number of graduate students in the Geology Department (12 students) in the field of hydrogeology and environment. During this journey, I taught hydrogeology for the fourth stage / Department of Geology, and water quality and hydrology for the second stage / College of Environmental Sciences. In addition to that, I taught hydrogeology, pollution, water quality, mathematical modeling, and the English language subject for postgraduate students in the Faculties of Science and Environmental Sciences and Technologies.