Cameron University will honor students who have completed requirements for a master’s degree at the 11th annual CU Hooding Ceremony on Friday, May 8 at 3 p.m. Master’s candidates Ann Morris and Natosha Wilson, both of Lawton, will speak on behalf of this year’s slate of graduate recipients. The ceremony will take place in Aggie Gym. A reception for graduates and their guests will follow the ceremony in the CETES Conference Center.
“Cameron’s annual hooding ceremony is one of the highlights of our academic year,” says Dr. Ronna Vanderslice, Vice President for Academic Affairs. “The ceremony celebrates successful attainment of a graduate degree. Candidates will be hooded by the faculty member of their choice. We congratulate our master’s-level graduates and look forward to their continued success.”
Morris has completed coursework for a Master of Business Administration. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Cameron in 2009 and has been a member of the Cameron staff for more than six years. She is currently Coordinator of Prospective Student Services and also worked in the Office of Public Affairs as a graphic designer.
Wilson will receive a Master of Science in Behavioral Sciences with a concentration in marriage and family. After completing her practicum placement this fall at Fort Sill, she will attend Harvard University in pursuit of a Master of Science in clinical psychology. She has also been awarded a second-year Research Fellowship from Oak Ridge Institute of Science and Education. As a military spouse, she has been highly involved in mental health and military-related issues.
More than 125 Cameron students are eligible to participate in the ceremony. Post-graduate degrees include Master of Business Administration, Master of Education with various fields of specialization, Master of Education in Reading, Master of Science in Behavioral Sciences with various fields of specialization, Master of Science in Educational Leadership and Master of Science in Organizational Leadership.
May 1, 2015