Cameron University student leadership announced for 2010-2011 academic year

Cameron University's Student Government Association (SGA) and Programming Activities Council (PAC) have announced officers for the 2010-2011 academic year. Cody Gardner, a sophomore communication major from Tishomingo, will serve as SGA President. Chad Hagermann, a sophomore political science major, and Taylor Brunwald, a junior communication major, were elected Vice President and Treasurer, respectively. Both are from Lawton. Amanda Harris and Sean Eckrote, both of Lawton, will serve as PAC Co-Chairs. Harris is a junior majoring in communication, and Eckrote is a junior major in health & physical education.

"Student-run organizations like the Student Government Association and the Programming Activities Council are crucial to the vitality found on the Cameron campus," says Jennifer Holland, Vice President for Student Services. "Student leadership opportunities play an integral part in Cameron's goal of providing a complete college experience to our students, and I have the utmost confidence that next year's student leaders will excel in all of their endeavors."

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Cody Gardner, Chad Hagermann and Taylor Brunwald will lead Cameron University’s Student Government Association in 2010-2011.

Cameron's Student Government Association is an organization that represents the concerns and ideas of the student body through representation, leadership and unification. SGA aids the university in its large purpose of education, makes recommendations to the administration of the University regarding student issues and concerns, and encourages enthusiastic school support. Members of SGA are students who are elected each fall and spring to be responsive to the needs and wishes of the student body of Cameron University.

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Amanda Harris and Sean Eckrote will serve as Co-Chairs for Cameron University’s Programming Activities Council in 2010-2011

PAC is a student-run organization in which students plan, develop and implement campus events for all Cameron students. The organization consists of 25-30 members who are all full-time Cameron students and who volunteer their time. PAC's mission is to enhance and stimulate personal growth by promoting university organizations while linking Cameron to the Lawton/Fort Sill community.



April 23, 2010