RESEARCH GRANTS & AWARDS
Emerald Certificate of Achievement for Outstanding Contribution to Marketing Scholarship
(being one of the top published authors in the MENA region) 2017
Cairo University Conference on Business Sciences (CUCBS) 2017
Best Paper Award 2017
Globally nominated and accepted, “Super Professor”, Faculty Row 2015
Globally selected as participant at the ESCP Europe Young Marketing Faculty “Meet the Editors” international workshop, Paris 7 – 11 January 2013
Emerald Highly Commended Paper Award 2015
Emerald Highly Commended Paper Award 2014
Emerald Highly Commended Paper Award 2012
Emerald Outstanding Reviewer Award 2013
Emerald Outstanding Reviewer Award 2012
Acquisition of USD 2,000 from the International Association for Business and Society (IABS) for the Sustainability conference organized in Cairo as part of the Business and Society Research Cluster (BSRC) activities 2012
(conference link http://www.guc.edu.eg/Events/EventDetails.aspx?eventID=89)
Acquisition of L.E. 30,000 from Vodafone for sponsorship of the Sustainability conference organized in Cairo as part of the BSRC activities 2012
Acquisition of L.E. 20,000 from AAIB for sponsorship of the Sustainability conference organized in Cairo as part of the BSRC activities 2012
Acquisition of L.E. 50,000 from MEK foundation for the Sustainability conference organized in Cairo as part of the BSRC activities 2012
DAAD and Goettingen University award of EUR 950 travel grant for presenting my work on character education in October 2011, Goettingen University, Germany 2011
Awarded a travel grant from the Sustainable Consumption Research Network and the German Ministry for Education and Research to present our research on a comprehensive CSR roadmap for Egypt as part of our cooperation with MEK, SuCo11 conference, Hamburg 2011
Research grant amounting to L.E. 10,000 from the AUC for Business Ethics research project 2011
Research grant amounting to L.E. 66,000 from Misr El-Kheir (MEK) scientific research program for the sponsorship of GUC’s Symposium titled “Slaves of Consumerism” at the International Association for Business and Society conference (IABS) Bath, UK as well as the ICORIA conference, Berlin, Germany 2011
Research grant amounting to L.E. 3,000 student research grant for a project on consumer involvement of adolescents by the GUC 2010
$600 research grant from the University Fellows International Research Consortium, Oklahoma State University (declined for time constraints) 2010
Bentley University Global Business Ethics Symposium Grant for Scholars Overseas, Funded by the State Street Foundation (AACSB accredited), Boston, US 2010
Grant by Al-Azhar University to present at the WOCMES Conference 2010
Nominee, Sharjah International Award for Best Dissertation in the Arab World (thesis online at http://www.aradoportal.org.eg/f_doc_display.asp?li_doc_type=5&list3=2342) 2010
Certificate of Appreciation in Recognition of Excellent Ability in Guiding the Academic and Professional Development of Students, GUC 2009
Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Achievement in Teaching, GUC 2006
Certificate of Appreciation for participation in the “Improving Teaching Style” Project, GUC 2005
Full Tuition Merit Fellowship Award for Master of Business Administration studies, AUC 2004
AUC Presidential Cup for highest ranking GPA in the university 2003
Mohamed El-Beleidy award for highest ranking GPA in the university 2003
Summa Cum Laude medal for distinct academic achievement 2003
Business Association Club Cup for highest GPA in the Major 2002
AUC Presidential Scholarship for distinct academic performance 2000
Poverty Alleviation through Micro Islamic Financial Product Development: Potentials for NGOs and the Respective Consumer Acceptance in Egypt – in cooperation with NGOs in Greater Cairo, Egypt (Role: Co-PI and Consumer Research expert) – Total budget approximately L.E. 600,000 provided by Misr El-Kheir (MEK) Foundation (2-year project – January 2012 – 2014).
Healthy Food Consumption among Adolescents in International Egyptian Schools – (Role: PI) – Total Budget L.E. 55,000 provided by Savola Foods corporation (9-month project in 2015).
GE-SEED project entitled “A Comparative Assessment of Consumption Habits in Germany and Egypt with Implications for Sustainable Consumption” – (Role: PI – 2 year project 2015-2017 – total budget EUR 17,832)
ILO-sponsored “CSR Mapping in Egypt” project – Role PI (EGP 59,000 – 3 month project Nov 2015/Jan 2016).
The Importance of Character Building Programs in Enhancing Public Education: A Meta-Analysis of Basic and Higher Education Prospects in Egypt – in cooperation with international character building schools in Egypt (Role: PI).
Focal Point and PI for the MENA region’s first graduate M.Sc. degree on Social Responsibility and Sustainability. European consortium partners are: Oldenburg (Germany), DeMontefort (UK), Barcelona (Spain), and Bologna (Italy). Confirmed Local Partners are: the British University in Egypt (BUE), Ain Shams University, Fayoum University, and Al-Azhar University – Budget around EUR 1,200,000 – Submitted under TEMPUS framework in 2013 and received good review report. Under review for re-submission to TEMPUS funding (project announced at the University of Barcelona scientific park on http://www.pcb.ub.edu/homePCB/live/ct/o190.asp?nid=4136).
Another project proposal was submitted in the framework of GERF 2015.