Hall of Fame Member Biographies

Dale M. Johnson

Dale M. Johnson came to the University of Tulsa in 1971 as coordinator of Doctoral Programs in Research and Evaluation and coordinator of Graduate Studies. In 1999 he was appointed director of the School of Education and Professor of Research, responsible for all aspects of learning and research in that academic unit. During his career he distinguished himself nationally in the field of statistics and measurement by directing summer institutes for the United States Office of Education and the National Science Foundation. He received the 1991 Medallion for Distinguished Teaching at the University of Tulsa, and was inducted into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame in 2001.