OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Oklahomans who have made contributions to the development and growth of higher education will be inducted into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame on Oct. 3.
They include Sidney DeVere Brown, who teaches at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma at Chickasha; W.C. Burris, president emeritus of Western Oklahoma State College at Altus; Sidney A. Ewing, Wendell H. and Nellie G. Krull, Oklahoma State University; J. Terry Johnson, chancellor of Oklahoma Christian University and John E. Kirpatrick from Oklahoma City.
Also to be inducted are Juanita Granger Millsap of Oklahoma Baptist University School of Nursing; Robert Moore Murphy, attorney from Stillwater; P.C. Smith, vice provost at the University of Tulsa; the late David A Burr, former vice president of University of Affairs at OU and the late John H. Kane, who was the first chairman of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.
The induction will be held at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame.