Other inductees were:
M. Dewayne Andrews, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine; Don Betz, University of Central Oklahoma & Northeastern State University; Thomas L. Brown, Oklahoma City University; Loren P. Gresham, Southern Nazarene University; Joe M. Kinzer Jr., Northern Oklahoma College; Cynthia S. Ross, Cameron University; Gary L. Trennepohl, Oklahoma State University; Yevgeny Yevtushenko, University of Tulsa; Ann Lacy, Oklahoma City University.
The Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame was established in 1994 to recognize and honor individuals, living and deceased, for outstanding meritorious service to higher education in Oklahoma.
This year represents the 20th year to honor higher education educators and administrators, as well as those who support higher education with distinguished contributions.
To be eligible for induction, an individual must have been employed by one or more institutions of public and private higher education in Oklahoma on a full-time basis for a minimum of 10 years.
Individuals not so employed, but who have performed outstanding service to higher education in the state, organizations or institutions also are eligible for consideration. Such service must be above and beyond financial contributions.