Mohamed Askar

Professor of Management
Fine Arts Building #220A
(708) 488-5222
Degrees: 
PhD, Illinois Institute of Technology
MBA, Illinois Institute of Technology
MME, Illinois Institute of Technology
BS, Cairo University

“I believe that educators are the mind-shapers for the next generations. As educators we are not only responsible for conveying scientific material to students but also helping them unleash their hidden potential. What satisfies me most is seeing my former students succeed in their professional and personal lives after they graduate." 

- Mohamed Askar 

Mohamed teaches both Operations and Strategy.  His research interests are in the areas of competiveness, business dynamics, and sustainability and green management. Mohamed has diverse international experience.  Prior to joining Dominican University he taught at the American University in Cairo, where he was also engaged with the international business community. He was one of the co-authors of the Egyptian Competitiveness Report and he was an active participant in a variety of business development activities in Egypt.

As a professor, Mohamed has an open door policy as he enjoys engaging students in discussion and debates in and out of the classroom. He enjoys working with student organizations. Under his leadership, his at American University in Cairo won the SIFE Egyptian Cup twice in a row.

Mohamed considers himself a Chicagoan, having lived in this great city for over 12 years. He enjoys biking by Lake Michigan, attending Grant Park summer activities, and is a fan of the Bulls and the Bears. (He is still learning about baseball.)