Title: School Official (Retired), Psychologist
Company: Drought School
Location: Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, United States
Sandra Marie Majors, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor at Grand Canyon University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in education.
Drawing upon five decades of industry experience, Dr. Majors is a prominent figure in the field of education, having served as an adjunct professor at Grand Canyon University since 2008. Prior to this illustrious role, she taught in multiple elementary schools across the state of Oklahoma, including Jenks East Elementary School, Arrow Springs Elementary School, Lynn Wood Elementary School, McKinley Elementary School and Windsor Hills Elementary School, beginning in 1968. A frequent presenter in the field, she was also a member of the State Textbook Committee in Broken Arrow, OK, and a workshop instructor in the 1990s.
Highly educated, Dr. Majors received a Bachelor of Science in education from Central State University in 1968 and went on to complete additional postgraduate studies at Kansas State University, Oklahoma City University, and Northeast State University. Thereafter, she attended Oklahoma State University, where she received a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in 2001 and 2006, respectively. She considers obtaining her doctorate to be the highlight of her career.
A member of the International Literacy Association and Christian Educators Association, Dr. Majors has been the recipient of dozens of accolades from the Jenks Foundation, and most recently, she received the Vision of Excellence Award at the turn of the century. She has been highlighted in the 25th edition of Who’s Who of American Women, as well as the fifth and sixth editions of Who’s Who in American Education.
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