The Cameron University Department of Business is partnering with the Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce to present the 2021 Summer Learning Series, which will feature three virtual presentations that are designed to benefit business owners. The presentations are offered at no cost. Each will be offered from noon to 1 p.m.
“The Department of Business and the Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce seek to serve businesses in southwest Oklahoma, stimulating the economic development and sustainability of area businesses,” says Dr. Krystal Brue, Chair and Associate Professor, CU Department of Business. “Partnering for this series allows our mutual goals to be achieved. By offering these free, relevant and timely educational programs, the department hopes to help local businesses to grow.”
The series will kick off on Wednesday, May 26, with “Ethics and Social Responsibility – A Matter in Dispute,” which will be presented by Dr. John “Ken” Masters, an associate professor who teaches undergraduate and graduate courses pertaining to ethics, management and strategic planning.
On Wednesday, June 23, the series will present “Employee Fraud in Small Businesses – Ways to Protect Your Business.” This session will be presented by Dr. Greg Treadwell, Assistant Professor. Treadwell is a Certified Fraud Examiner who has been teaching this specialty to CU students since 2010, in addition to courses in accounting, auditing and more.
The series will conclude on Wednesday, July 21, with “Right Piece, Wrong Puzzle – Improving Your Interviewing Process,” presented by Brue. She is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) as awarded by the Human Resource Certification Institute as well as a Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) as designated by the Society for Human Resource Management.
To register for the virtual sessions and to receive a secure link to each, contact Sharleen Gehers at 580-355-3541 or firstname.lastname@example.org.