Evelyn Wamboye is an assistant professor of economics at Penn State Dubois. Wamboye teaches courses in Economics, Statistics, Marketing Research and International Business. She services as the advisor for the business society club.
Wamboye received her PhD in Economics from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, where she specialized in international economics with research interests in international trade, outsourcing, economic development and labor economics. Originally from Kenya, Evelyn Wamboye received her undergraduate degree from the University of Nairobi in Kenya and her Master’s degree from Western Illinois University in Macomb, IL.
Wamboye is a member of the American Economic Association (AEA) and, African Finance Economic Association (AFEA), Eastern Economic Association (EEA) and the Dubois Rotary club.
Wamboye serves as a member of the board of directors for AFEA and also serves on the editorial board of International Journal of Trade and Global Market. She has reviewed college economic texts for McGraw Hill and Worth publishers. In her spare time, Wamboye enjoys outdoors, tennis, volunteering, gardening, tournament chess and trying out ethnic cuisines.
Assistant Professor of Economics
Research Interests in International Trade, Outsourcing, Economic Development and Labor Economics
- Baccalaureate Degree Business
- Associate Degree Business