Hall of Fame Member Biographies

 Terence Mills

Terence John “Ted” Mills served as a faculty member of Science Education at Oklahoma State University for twenty-six years. Joining OSU in 1970, Mills taught science courses and was director of the Center for Environmental Education, the oldest center at OSU. Concentrating on Oklahoma’s dramatically diverse environments, Mills directed programs with names like Project WILD, Project Learning Tree, and Project WET. He was an international facilitator for Roots and Shoots, a curriculum sponsored by the Jane Goodall Foundation. Mills received a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Oklahoma Association for Environmental Education. Professor Mills retired in 1996 and was inducted into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame in 2002.