Cameron University School of Education and Behavioral Sciences recognizes student achievement

The Cameron University School of Education and Behavioral Sciences recognized student achievement earlier this week. Undergraduate and graduate students in the school’s three academic departments – education, psychology, and sports and exercise science – were honored.

“In the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences, we have diverse academic programs,” says Dr. Lisa Huffman, Dean. “All are focused around the idea of helping people. Our students are committed to that goal, and it is gratifying to recognize their dedication and accomplishments.”

The Department of Education presented five students with Major of the Year awards:

Elementary Education:  Erica Gonzalez, Temple

Early Childhood Education:  Cortney McClure, Fletcher

M.Ed. in Education:  Meghan Hurst, Lawton

M.S. in Educational Leadership:  Rodney Lee, Duncan

M.Ed. in Reading:  Dominique Conner, Lawton

The Department of Psychology presented Major of the Year awards to:

M.S. in Behavioral Sciences:  Jacob Jardel, Lawton

Psychology:  Sarah Downen, Lawton

Family and Child Studies:  Paula Wilds, Elgin


Rebecca Selstad, Lawton, was recognized as Member of the Year for both Psi Chi and the Psychology Club.

The Department of Sports and Exercise Science presented Major of the Year awards to:

Sports and Exercise Science: Dillon Leveille, Geronimo

Physical Education: Kerry White, Tipton

Also recognized by the department were Jade Herl, Goodland, Kans., Student Athlete of the Year; Tahnee Whigham, Lawton, Excellence in Service Award; Elizabeth Wall, Lawton, Excellence in Academic Achievement; and Andres Berber, Killeen, Texas, Outstanding Sports and Exercise Science Leadership Award.



April 23, 2015