Dr. Amani Elobeid In the News

October 14, 2022

Amani Elobeid, teaching professor for the Department of Economics, and her colleagues use their global agricultural trade model to predict the impact on global grain markets. A recent article was published in Nature Food about the model and its predictions.

September 20, 2022

A recent study by Teaching Professor Amani Elobeid, with Jerome Dumortier and Miguel Carriquiry, examines the impact of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on global food security and climate change.

September 13, 2022

Natalie Ott, ag business sophomore, receives the Outstanding Chapter Club Award

The Iowa State University Agricultural Business Club brought home two awards and a top placing in the annual quiz bowl from the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) Annual Awards and Fellows Ceremony.

The Ag Business Club was awarded the Outstanding Chapter Club and Creative Club awards. The club has won the Outstanding Chapter Club award in 14 of the last 20 years. Outstanding Chapter Clubs are recognized for their hard work throughout the school year based on the goals and objectives of the chapter, the club’s membership recruitment and the chapter's activities, and Creative Awards are given to clubs that organize a special event during the school year.

May 05, 2022

MIranda Tze and Jackson NovakSeniors Miranda Tze and Jackson Novak presented their Honors project posters at the Honors Program Poster Presentation at the Memorial Union May 4. Honors students elect to pursue individualized programs designed to enrich their educational experiences.

May 06, 2021

Dr. Amani ElobeidAmani Elobeid, adjunct associate professor, will become the new Ron and Lynn Deiter Endowed Chair for Sustaining Excellence in Ag Business, Teaching Professor – Agricultural Economics, beginning Aug. 16, 2021.

January 07, 2021

2020 CyThanks honoreesTo celebrate effective teaching, advising, and mentoring, the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT) partners with ISU Learning Communities, Multicultural Student Affairs, Student Government, and Graduate and Professional Student Senate for the annual recognition project #CyThx at Iowa State University.

June 17, 2020

Dr. Amani ElobeidAmani Elobeid, adjunct assistant professor, has accepted the role of Principles of Economics Coordinator. This new position was proposed by the Ad Hoc Committee to Review Principles of Economics Instruction in order to review the principles of economics instruction (ECON 101 and 102), identify ways to document performance, and recommend improvements in content, structure and organization of the courses.

April 15, 2020

Dr. Amani Elobeid, Dr. Ebby Luvaga, Kevin KimleThe Iowa State University Provost's Office has announced the approval of advancements for Amani Elobeid, Ebby Luvaga, and Kevin Kimle.

April 08, 2020

Dr. Amani ElobeidAmani Elobeid, adjunct assistant professor, received the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences' Excellence in Teaching by Lecturers and Adjunct Faculty Award.

February 28, 2020

Holly CookHolly Cook, agricultural business senior, was nominated for the Student Employee of the Year Award.

January 31, 2020

Seven members of the department were recently thanked through #CyThx recognition. The #CyThx initiative was formed to help support the ISU Strategic Goal #4: "to enhance and cultivate the ISU experience where faculty, staff, students, and visitors are safe and feel welcomed, supported, included, and valued by the university and each other.” The initiative invites Cyclones to share “Who makes you feel like a valued member of the ISU community?”

August 15, 2019

Dr. Amani ElobeidA preliminary analysis by Amani Elobeid, adjunct assistant professor, concludes the effect of China's struggle with the African Swine Fever epidemic on soybean prices may be modest, according to a story on National Public Radio August 15. 

April 27, 2017

Brian GarridoFive department honors students presented their capstone projects at the Honors Poster Presentation held April 26. The economics seniors who participated were Dawson Barriuso, Jonathan Becker, Rachel Brandt, Brian Garrido, and Alyssa Henderson.