American Univesity of Beirut

FAFS alumnus Dr. Amir Ibrahim recognized by Texas A&M, CSSA, and ASA

FAFS is honored to announce that its alumnus Dr. Amir Ibrahim (MS, Crop Production, 1994) was named by the Texas A&M Board of Regents as a Regents Professor in recognition of his exemplary contributions to the university, and to the people of Texas.

Ibrahim has had considerable impact in education and research though his significant professional achievements is the study of wheat.  His research has produced 99 refereed journal articles, 37 extension papers, 11 technical reports, two book chapters, and 105 abstracts and proceedings. His influence and research expertise reach Mexico, Northern Africa, Western Asia, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. He continues to disseminate knowledge for the relief of poverty and hunger through improved agriculture via his formal and informal educational efforts. 

Ibrahim was also recently honored as Texas A&M AgriLife Research Faculty Fellow for his exceptional research efforts, and fellow at the American Society of Agronomy (ASA) and the Crop Sciences Society of America (CSSA). He also holds the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean’s Award for the Best International Impact, the Dean’s Award for the Best Multidisciplinary Team, the Texas A&M Technology Commercialization Team Innovation Award, the Texas A&M Vice Chancellor’s team award, and the Individual Achievement Research Award from the Texas A&M Department of Soil and Crop sciences. 


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