Daniel C. Stoll has spent his career in higher education as well as the US Foreign Service focused on issues related to the Middle East.
With the Foreign Service, he had postings at the US Embassy in Baghdad, as well as in the Office of Egyptian Affairs at the US Department of State. Since 2008, he has worked extensively with Georgetown University’s campus in Doha, Qatar, including as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the School of Foreign Service-Qatar and through initiatives with the University’s School of Continuing Studies.
He has written extensively on issues related to water resources management in the region, as well as higher education in the Gulf, and has co-authored or has contributed to: The Politics of Scarcity: Water in the Middle East; International Conflict Over Water Resources in Himalayan Asia; and Higher Education Investment in the Arab States: Strategies for Excellence and Diversity.
He has a Masters in Contemporary Arab Studies from Georgetown University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Missouri-Kansas City focused on US diplomatic relations with the Middle East during the Eisenhower Administration.