Stacy Gee Hollins, PhD
Stacy Hollins is an associate professor of management information systems and assistant dean at Maryville University. She teaches highly collaborative and interactive technology courses including Digital Foundations, Business Processes and Information Systems, and App Development. She also facilitates hands-on and experiential learning in Maryville’s Cyber Fusion Center while working with students to provide free hardware and software solutions to nonprofit organizations.
Before joining Maryville, she served as the department chair and associate professor in the Information Systems department at St. Louis Community College. Earlier, she worked as a lab manager for a nonprofit called Discovering Options. Dr. Hollins is a graduate of the University of Missouri – St. Louis, where she earned a PhD in Educational Technology. Her dissertation, titled “The Digital Divide through the Lens of Critical Race Theory,” was named an American Libraries Association Top 10 Dissertation of 2015. She has over twenty years of progressive technology, training, education and management experience.