2017 Award Winners


Outstanding Contributions to Business Education By a Senior College or University Business Teacher

Dr. Debbie L. Stanislawski

Dr. Stanislawski started her business education career at Sheboygan North High School in Sheboygan, WI in 1997. She currently is a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in the Marketing and Business Education Program. In addition to these highlighted positions, she has served in numerous other teaching and administrative roles at the secondary and collegiate level.

Her professional involvement includes membership in Wisconsin Educators of Business and Information Technology, North Central Business Education Association, and National Business Education Association. In addition to these memberships, she has served in numerous roles within these organizations over the past 20 years, including Wisconsin Business Education Journal Research Editor, 2012-2015, North Central Business Education Association Wisconsin Representative, 2008-2011, and NCBEA Director on the NBEA Board, 2013-2016. She also has an impressive list of publications and presentations of which she has been a part.

One of her letters of support noted, “Debbie is anything but your average professor; she is kind, caring, and dedicated for all of her students’ success. She has always been a person I could go to with questions about anything.” Another letter of support noted, “Dr. Stanislawski has received various teaching awards during her tenure at UW-Stout which support her commitment to excellent teaching and dedication. She was given the Jax Excellence in Teaching Award in 2011 and the Outstanding Teacher Award in 2005.”

Please congratulate the 2017 NCBEA Outstanding Contributions to Business Education By a Senior College or University Business Teacher Award Recipient, Dr. Debbie L. Stanislawski from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

 

 

Outstanding Contributions to Business Education By an Administrator or Supervisor of Business Education

Dr. Patrice C. Boyles

Dr. Boyles has been teaching business education courses for over 17 years. She has recruited, retained and advised many students during her tenure. As the senior faculty member and administrator for Career and Technical Education Programs at Chicago State University, Dr. Boyles has developed and revised curriculum, interviewed and assessed junior faculty, completed audits, written articulation agreements, completed assessment reports, annual state reports and program reviews, and provided workshops for edTPA candidates.

Her professional involvement includes membership in Chicago Business Education Association, Illinois Business Education Association, North Central Business Education Association, National Business Education Association, and Illinois Business Teacher Education Council. She has received numerous awards over her career, including being the recipient of the NCBEA Outstanding Contributions to Business Education By a Senior College or University Business Teacher in 2014. Dr. Boyles also has an impressive list of publications and presentations of which she has been a part.

One of her letters of support noted, “Her knowledge as a business educator gave future business educators a vast advantage to succeed in the field of education. Her expertise made it possible for those to have a better understanding of business and technology in the world today.” Another letter of support noted, “Her presentations are always organized, understandable and useful. Dr. Boyles keeps abreast with technology and is a wealth of information for what is available, [sic] how to use it as a consumer as well as an educator.”

Please congratulate the 2017 NCBEA Outstanding Contributions to Business Education by an Administrator or Supervisor of Business Education Award Recipient, Dr. Patrice C. Boyles from Chicago State University.


 

2016 Award Winners

 


 

2015 Award Winners