Seven Cameron University education students have been accepted into the Upsilon Xi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the international honor society in education. Selection as a member of Kappa Delta Pi requires high academic achievement, a commitment to education as a career, and a professional attitude that assures steady growth in the profession. Only those who have exhibited the ideals of scholarship, integrity in service, and commitment to excellence in teaching and its allied professions are granted membership.
A unique partnership between two Lawton entities has been recognized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education with its Regents Business Partnership Excellence Award. The award highlights successful partnerships between higher education institutions, businesses, and the community that are intended to further cultivate the higher learning environment through economic development grants provided by State Regents.
Cameron University’s Office of Student Housing recently honored students who serve as resident assistants (RAs), who play a vital role in serving the students who live on campus in either the Shepler Towers or Cameron Village.
Cameron University senior Naomi Robinson, an early childhood education major from Indiahoma, has been named a DaVinci Scholar by The DaVinci Institute, a private partnership of leaders in higher education across Oklahoma. One of four DaVinci Scholars selected in the state, she will receive a monetary award from The DaVinci Institute in her first year of teaching in Oklahoma.
The English program of the Cameron University Department of Communication, English and Foreign Languages recently honored several CU students for their creative writing this semester.
The Cameron University Department of Social Sciences has honored six students as “Outstanding Majors of the Year” in Political Science, History, Social Studies Education, Sociology and Criminal Justice, the five degree programs that comprise the academic unit. The department also inducted students into academic honor societies during its awards recognition.
Cameron University’s Theatre Arts program celebrated the achievements of its students during a recent ceremony.
The Cameron University Department of Art, Music and Theatre Arts has announced scholarship awards for students majoring in one of the department’s three academic disciplines, as well as one scholarship that is presented to a non-music major.
Four Cameron University students were recognized for works they submitted to the Scissortail Undergraduate Creative Writing competition. Students could submit short fiction, creative nonfiction, or up to three poems. Entries were judged by Dr. Andrew Geyer, chair of the English department at the University of South Carolina-Aiken and fiction editor for Concho River Review.