BA Iowa State University
MA Iowa State University
PhD Iowa State University
Associate Professor of History Adam Ebert joined the Mount Mercy community in the fall of 2009. Before coming to Mount Mercy to teach, Ebert served as a graduate teaching assistant from 2003-2007 at Iowa State.
Ebert is a member of several national organizations including the History of Science Society, the Agricultural History Society, and the American Historical Association. During his studies at Iowa State Ebert received the Roswell Garst Dissertation Fellowship award for the 2007-2008 academic year, which enabled him to travel throughout the United Kingdom and conduct research.
Ebert is currently doing research pertaining to the history of science and agriculture in the British Isles during 1600-1900. The research is contributing to his book, Hive Society: The Popularization of Science and Beekeeping in the British Isles, 1609 –1913, which is based off his dissertation. In his free time, Ebert enjoys traveling and studying the Spanish language. Ebert's family has a beekeeping business in central Iowa.