Dr. Robert Price
Dr. Robert Price, a native Oklahoman, graduated from Oklahoma A&M College in 1946 with a master’s degree in agricultural education. He received his doctorate in 1956 from Penn State University. Price taught vocational agriculture at Westville, Stigler, Paden, Hitchcock, and Okeene before joining OSU’s Agricultural Education Department in 1948. He became head of that department in 1959.
His lifelong service to the Future Farmers of America is reflected in the awards he has received, including the Honorary American Farmer Degree and the VIP Citation. Price was instrumental in the founding and early development of the Young Farmers Association of Oklahoma and received its Distinguished Service Award in 1976.
Price has contributed countless hours of service to various programs of adult, vocational, and community education. Dr Price was inducted into the Oklahoma Educators Hall of Fame in 1993.
Dr. Price was inducted to the CareerTech Hall of Fame in 1990.