Assemblies of God Honors UST Grad With Distinguished Educator Award St. Thomas Newsroom July 5, 2011 Dr. Margo Lloyd, ’76 M.A., Curriculum and Instruction, ’02 Ed.D., Critical Pedagogy, a professor at North Central University in Minneapolis, has been selected to receive the 2011 Distinguished Educator Award at the Assembly of God General Council on Aug. 3 in Phoenix, Ariz.Margo LloydEvery two years the General Council selects an award winner from 19 Christian higher education institutions that are part of the Assemblies of God. The award was established recognize professors who have distinguished themselves in the Fellowship by consistent excellence in teaching and have made an outstanding contribution and lifetime commitment to Christian higher education in the Assemblies of God.Lloyd served as chair of North Central’s School of Education between 2002 and 2009. Earlier in her career she worked in the elementary schools of St. Paul, where she taught nearly every grade level. She has spent her adult life in the field of education.“Her service to this institution, the church, and to the community sets an example for us all. NCU is a much better institution because of Dr. Margo Lloyd’s service at this university,” said Dr. Thomas Burkman, NCU’s vice president of academic affairs.