Evangel University adjunct professor of business named 2013 Missouri Business Educator of the Year
October 16, 2013 | Kim Jeyaraj
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Pam Stringer, Evangel University adjunct professor of business and business teacher at Nixa High School, has been named the 2013 Missouri Business Educator of the Year K-12. The award was presented by the Missouri Business Education Association (MBEA) at the annual conference.
The award recognizes educators who have made significant contributions to business education and who have served in various capacities in the MBEA and other professional organizations.
Stringer graduated from Evangel in 1991 and has taught at Nixa High School since 1992. She teaches computer applications, keyboarding, accounting and personal finance. She also serves as the Business Department Head for the Nixa R-2 public schools and is a member of various scholastic committees at the high school.
At Evangel University, Stringer has been teaching part time for three years. She teaches Methods of Business Education and Implementation of Business Education Vocational Programs.
“We are honored to have a person of Pam’s caliber helping to prepare future business education teachers,” said Bernie Dana, business department chair.
Stringer holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a bachelor’s degree in business education from Evangel.
“I have a feeling of accomplishment,” Stringer said. “It is an honor for my peers to acknowledge the efforts I have put forth in order to educate my students. My goal is always to provide an education that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.”
For additional information, contact Bernie Dana (417) 865-2815, ext. 8110.