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Since 2019, Dr. Khalil has been a sessional Instructor at Carleton University teaching Data Science and Software Engineering (Requirement Elicitation and Model-Driven Engineering). She has been designing curriculum, developing course material, and teaching Data Science and Software Engineering pedagogy at the graduate and undergraduate levels. She earned several certificates in designing courses and teaching at the university level. She adopts various strategies of experiential learning and promotes bridging the gap between the industry and academia through her teaching and collaborative efforts. In 2022, she received Carleton University’s teaching achievement award for her effort in this area. She also has considerable experience in the software industry. Besides her teaching and research roles, she currently works for the Government of Canada.
Dr. Khalil received her Ph.D. degree from Carleton University in 2018 in Electrical and Computer Engineering with a major in Software Engineering and a thesis focused on model-based testing. From 2015 to 2018 Dr. Khalil worked as a postdoctoral fellow and a research assistant at the Software Quality Engineering Lab at Carleton University. Then, she worked as a postdoctoral research associate until 2022. Dr. Khalil is a member of the IEEE and the ACM.
Her work has been published in top peer-reviewed journals and conferences. She has received multiple scholarships and awards including the W.B. McDermid Holbein Memorial award for outstanding academic achievement. Furthermore, she is an advocate and supporter of women in STEM. This is apparent through her different volunteer roles and contributions to the IEEE WIE, Technovation, and the Ontario Women in Engineering organization.
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