Office Address: SFHB 242
Mailing Address: Campus Box 5580
Office Phone: (309) 438-2736
Office Hours: MW 12:30 - 1:30 pm
I am a change agent. I am an entrepreneur. I am an educator. I am a dreamer. I am a doer. Wearing all these hats at once, I work to change the world by showing younger generations it's possible to live a dream, and by motivating them to want to achieve that ideal by creating their own careers.
I've published a bunch of academic papers in a bunch of journals, but my real passion lies in my classroom, where I challenge students to experience entrepreneurship in all its glory and heartache. My goal is for my students to understand what sort of mind set and skill set it takes to engage in successful entrepreneurial behavior.
I also work tirelessly to help build and support a global community of entrepreneurship educators who push the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of learning and experiencing entrepreneurship.
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
M.B.A.Colorado State University
B.S., Colorado State University
Solomon, G., Vozikis, G., & Winkel, D.E. (Guest Editors) 2013. Special Issue: Measuring the impact of entrepreneurship education. Journal of Small Business Management, 51(3).
Winkel, D., Vanevenhoven, J., Drago, W., & Clements, C. 2012. “Examining the tools of entrepreneurship education: Is it time for a change?” Best Paper Proceedings of International Conference on Learning and Administration in Higher Education, Nashville, TN.
Winkel, D.E., Vanevenhoven, J., Yu, A., Bronson, J. 2012. “The invisible hand in the entrepreneurial process: Bricolage in emerging economies.” Accepted: International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management.
Winkel, D.E., Vanevenhoven, J., Drago, W.A., & Clements, C. 2012. “The structure and scope of entrepreneurship programs in higher education around the world.” Accepted: Journal of Entrepreneurship Education
Matthews, R.A., Winkel, D.E., & Wayne, J. 2012. “Boundary theory: Modeling longitudinal effects of role overload, inter-domain transitions, and work-family conflict.” Accepted: Journal of Organizational Behavior
Singh, B., & Winkel, D.E. 2012. “Racial differences in helping behaviors: The role of respect, safety, and identification.” Journal of Business Ethics, 106, 467-477.
Winkel, D.E., Vanevenhoven, J., Geiger, M., & Radovic-Markovic, M. 2012. “Educating women entrepreneurs: Past, present, and future perspectives (an introduction)”. Journal of Women’s Entrepreneurship and Education, 1-2, 1-6.
Ragins, B.R., & Winkel, D.E. 2011. “Navigating the emotional battlefield: Gender, emotion and power in work relationships.” Human Resources Management Review, 21, 377-393.
Vanevenhoven, J., Delaney-Klinger, K., Winkel, D., & Wagner, R. 2011. “How to get in the ‘first pile’.” American Journal of Business Education, 4(8), 19-24
Winkel, D.E., Wyland, R.L, Shaffer, M.A., & Clason, P. 2011. “A new perspective on psychological resources: Unanticipated consequences of impulsivity and emotional intelligence.” Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 84, 78-94.
Vanevenhoven, J., Winkel, D.E., Malewicki, D., Dougan, W., & Bronson, J. 2011. “Varieties of bricolage and the process of entrepreneurship.” New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, 14(2), 53-66
Prasad, V.K., Naidu, G.M., Ehrhardt, K., & Winkel, D.E., & Murthy, B.K. 2011. “Exploring entrepreneurial fulfillment for women in India: An empirical study.” Journal of Enterprising Culture, 19(3), 287-314.
Winkel, D.E., Clayton, R. 2010. “Transitioning between work and family roles as a function of boundary flexibility and role salience.” Journal of Vocational Behavior, 76, 336-343.
Ragins, B.R., Lyness, K.S., Williams, L., & Winkel, D.E. “Life spillovers: The influence of fear of home foreclosure, diversity and mentoring on work, career and life attitudes.” Revise and Resubmit: Personnel Psychology
Received Best Overall Paper Award, Careers Division, 2010 Academy of Management Meeting, Montreal, Canada
Ragins, B.R., Lyness, K.S., Winkel, D.E., & Murthy., K. 2010. “Life spillovers: The impact of fear of home foreclosure on attitudes towards work, life and careers.” Best Paper Proceedings of Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, Canada.
Winkel, D.E., & Ragins, B.R. 2008. “Navigating the emotional battlefield: Gender, power and emotion in entrepreneurial relationships.” Best Paper Proceedings of Academy of Management Conference, Anaheim, CA.