ORU Professor Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
By Chandler Elmore '14
Oral Roberts University Professor Jim Myers has received the 2013 Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA) and the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administrators (CCOSA) Lifetime Achievement Award.
OASA and CCOSA seek to equip educational administrators in the state of Oklahoma as they handle modern challenges in the industry.
Throughout his 42 year career, Myers has taught at Seminole State College, served as Superintendent for the Tecumseh, Okla. school district and most recently has served as a Professor of Educational leadership at ORU.
“This is a noteworthy and significant accomplishment. We are proud to have Jim on the faculty in the College of Education,” said Dean of College of Education Kim Boyd. “His high standards and ceaseless work ethic are highlighted with him receiving this award.”
Myers will be receiving his award at the 18th annual OASA Recognition Banquet in Norman, Okla. on June 5, 2013.