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Penn State Meteorology alumnus inducted into OSU Hall of Fame

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The Oklahoma State University Alumni Association inducted three alumni into its Hall of Fame on Friday night. The 57th class featured Ray Booker, Malinda Fischer and Benjamin Harjo. The inductees join 156 Hall of Famers, including Boone Pickens, Garth Brooks, Barry Sanders and Eddie Sutton.

Penn State Meteorology alumnus inducted into OSU Hall of Fame

Ray Booker photo courtesy of OSU Alum Assoc

Ray Booker a 1957 graduate of Oklahoma A&M, is the founder of Aeromet Inc. and Aviation Technologies in Tulsa. The Air Force veteran received his Master's and Ph. D. from Pennsylvania State University in meteorology and invented several airborne instruments meant for studying precipitation in clouds.

Read the full article in The Daily O'Collegian (OSU)

 

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