Elobeid wins teaching award

Amani Elobeid, adjunct assistant professor in economics, received the Excellence in Teaching by Lecturers and Adjunct Faculty Award. Elobeid teaches classes in macroeconomics, microeconomics, and agricultural markets. She works to incorporate new technologies and has developed a new online introductory economics class based on the latest concepts.

Elobeid joined CARD in 2001 as a research assistant. She was promoted to assistant scientist in 2002, associate scientist in 2004, and scientist in 2012. She became a lecturer and academic adviser in 2014. Her research areas at CARD include food security and food aid, international trade, and biofuels markets. Her previous awards include the University Professional and Scientific Research Award and the Professional and Scientific Research Award from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

(Released April 2020)