2018 OSU Hall of Fame - Nancy Randolph Davis
From OSU Alumni Association on March 6th, 2018
Nancy Randolph Davis became the first African-American enrollee at Oklahoma State University, then Oklahoma A&M College, in 1949. She attended OSU during the summers and received her master’s degree in 1952. Davis taught in Oklahoma's public education system for 43 years and was also a major civil rights activist in the state. She was inducted into the OSU Hall of Fame on February 9, 2018. Visit http://orangeconnection.org/hof for more information.