Professor Shahab Enam Khan has been serving in the Department of International Relations since September 2004. He has served as Advisor/Consultant/Board Members of various international organizations, i.e. UNDP Maldives, UNDP Bangladesh, UN Women, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), USAID, International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), Foreign and Commonwealth Office, UK and Regional Center for Strategic Studies, Sri Lanka, and Jaago Foundation, Bangladesh. He also serves as a member of various high-level committees formed by the Government of Bangladesh.
He led PVE research for UNDP Maldives, UN Women and the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office. He has been credited for drafting several key public policy documents for the Government of Bangladesh including the National Broadcast Policy 2014 and the National Counter-Terrorism Strategy Paper. He is regularly cited and interviewed by international and national media. Professor Khan has completed professional courses on Global Security from Harvard University, received an MA in International Political Economy from the University of Manchester, and Bachelor of Social Science in International Relations degree from the University of Dhaka. He has completed fellowships at the University of Delaware, USA and University of Birmingham, UK. Professor Khan is a NESA Center, National Defense University, Washington DC, USA Alumnus. He is a Senior Fellow at the Hainan Institute of World Watch, Hainan, China.