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2019 Faculty Hall of Fame

 

Scott Richard Klein

Faculty Hall of Fame 2019

Mr. Scott Richard Klein's encouragement and challenging class structure is the reason for his nomination and selection for the 2019 Faculty Hall of Fame award. As the chair and a professor in the CU Department of Art, Music, and Theatre Art, Klein has influenced his students and the community around him with his love for theatre for over 30 years.

Along with Klein's busy teaching schedule, he also directs at least two student performances a year. These theatre productions lead to his students learning beyond the classroom, while providing showings for the community to attend. This win-win situation is a constant reminder of the involvement and influence Klein brings to Cameron and the Lawton community, and with his hard work, Klein will continue to be awarded for his achievements.  Klein’s expertise has also been called on to adjudicate many high school theatre and community theatre contests, including the National American Association of Community Theatre Festival.

Klein’s honors include the Lawton Arts and Humanities Educator in the Arts, Oklahoma Community Theatres' Jean Adams Wray Award, the Southwest Theatre and Film Association Presidential Citation and Oklahoma Speech Theatre Communications Theatre Educator of the Year, among others.

 

Dr. James Lambert

Faculty Hall of Fame 2019

Dr. Lambert has been a professor at Cameron for 42 years. His concentration of music surrounds percussion studies and helping students gain a better understanding of such studies. He engages his students with this vivacity, mixed with his own love for music that translates and influences their growth.

Around campus, Dr. Lambert is a professor of music and was previously Chair of the Faculty Senate. He has served as members in the Faculty Advisory Council and the Chancellor of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. He is a recipient of the Lawton Arts and Humanities Council Educator of the Arts Award and the Meritorious Service Award from the Cameron chapter of Phi Kappa Phi Cameron's Partner of Choice Award, which recognized his efforts at helping the university to be the area partner of choice. His list of accomplishments only continues.

Over these four decades, Dr. Lambert's love for music has been shared across the nation and recognized by the people surrounding him. Dr. Lambert has built a legacy of students who have graduated and succeeded as performers, educators and business professionals. He is a devoted teacher and professor of music on Cameron Campus. Even though many of his former students are across the globe, he still makes an effort of keeping up a friendship with all of his formers students no matter their location. Through his involvement in the community, profession, and Cameron University, Dr. Lambert finds himself exactly where he belongs — among the accomplished Faculty Hall of Fame award recipients.

 

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