Assistant Professor - Accounting
Dr. Stacy Boyer-Davis is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at Northern Michigan University. She also serves as the College of Business Assistant Department Head for Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Cyber Defense, Finance, and Risk Management programs. In addition, Stacy is the Global Campus Extended Learning and Community Engagement (ELCE) scholar (2019-2021).
Stacy received her Ph.D. in Business from Capella University. She earned three Masters' degrees from Keller Graduate School of Management: Human Resources, Business Administration, and Accounting and Financial Management, and a BS degree in Accounting from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. She has over twenty years of accounting and leadership experience serving governmental, for-profit, and not-for-profit organizations.
Stacy has published articles in journals such as the Journal of Accounting and Finance, the Journal of Business and Educational Leadership, and the Journal of Business and Accounting. Her research interests include the implications of the human-technology interface in the accounting field, high-impact teaching practices (HITP) in accounting programs, and the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) as it relates to synchronous and asynchronous course design and delivery.
Stacy has received several teaching awards including the College of Business Outstanding Graduate Teacher (2019), Global Campus Excellence in Online Teaching (2018), and the College of Business Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher (2018).
In her spare time, Dr. "Stacy" enjoys hiking, reading, listening to music, watching documentaries and spending time with her husband (Jim), daughter (Autumn), and two cats (Valentina and Louise).