Bracey honored by regional business educators
An award-winning College of Education faculty member at Mississippi State is receiving another major recognition.
Pamela Scott-Bracey recently was named Collegiate Teacher of the Year by the Southern Business Education Association.
A National Business Education Association affiliate, SBEA represents instructional, administrative and research professionals in a dozen states stretching from Virginia to Louisiana.
An assistant professor since 2013 in MSU’s Department of Instructional Systems and Workforce Development, Bracey is director and co-founder of MSU’s Global Academic Essentials Teacher Institute, a summer institute designed to equip teachers with strategies and tools necessary for successful integration of Mississippi College- and Career-Ready Standards, 21st Century Skills, and technology
Teaching undergraduate courses in business technology education and information technology services, along with graduate-level classes in instructional technology, she twice has been named the Mississippi Business Education Association’s University Educator of the Year.
Bracey currently serves as MBEA president, as well as president-elect of the National Council of Pi Omega Pi business honor society.
Prior to earning a doctorate at the University of North Texas in applied technology and performance improvement, she completed a master’s degree in higher education administration at Mississippi College and a bachelor’s in business technology education at the University of Southern Mississippi.
Along with career and technical education, Bracey’s research areas include gifted education, workplace learning and professional soft-skill development. Other biographical information is found at www.iswd.msstate.edu/about/directory/pamela-bracey.
For more on her state, regional and national business education affiliations, visit, respectively, https://msmbea1950.wordpress.com, www.sbea.us and www.nbea.org.
Links to MSU’s College of Education and its instructional systems and workforce development department are www.educ.msstate.edu and www.iswd.msstate.edu.
MSU is Mississippi’s leading university, available online at www.msstate.edu.
Whitney Peterson | College of Education