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The selection of Alice Mohr to be listed in Who’s Who in American Education for 1992-93 is the culmination of a long list of honors and recognition in the teaching profession. In 1990, she received the Outstanding Industrial Technology teacher Award and in 1991 she was recognized for having the Outstanding Industrial Technology Program in Missouri. For 20 years after her graduation from Iowa State, Mohr was the only woman industrial education graduate from ISU.
She pioneered the introduction of industrial technology at the junior high school level in her school district. By writing and receiving grant awards, she acquired equipment and developed her skills to implement computer-aided drafting, robotics, mass production, video production and desktop publishing into the junior high curriculum. Mohr has written curriculum, conducted workshops and served in leadership roles to share her knowledge with others. She currently is chair of the industrial technology department at the Barnwell Junior High School in the Francis Howell School District St. Charles Missouri. The Virgil S. Lagomarcino Laureate Award honors her prestigious service, educational leadership and personal commitment to education and to the teaching profession.
Alice Mohr '54
Who Made a Difference
Virgil S. Lagomarcino
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