Cameron University alumna Jennifer Glover-Rowland, MS, LPC, has been named director of the Student Wellness Center, which provides services that enhance the physical and mental health of CU students.
The Cameron University Department of Education will offer a Special Education Boot Camp this semester that is aimed at individuals who already have a four-year college degree and who wish to become a certified Pre-K though-12 special education teacher. The boot camp features one eight-week graduate level class, “Children & Youth: Special Needs,” which runs from October 11 to December 10.
The Cameron Psychology Clinic (CPC) has resumed seeing clients now that the fall semester has started. Hours of operation for the fall semester will be Mondays and Wednesdays from 3 to 6 p.m. and Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call 580-581-3153 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cameron University will host the CU Opportunity Fair, which will provide students, alumni and community members with opportunities to meet and interview with local companies who offer part-time jobs, internships and/or volunteer positions. The events takes place on Tuesday, September 13, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the McCasland Ballroom of the McMahon Centennial Complex.
The Cameron University Alumni Association (CUAA) invites artists from throughout southwest Oklahoma and beyond to submit an application to create a mural for the upcoming Aggie Art Walk, a display of original artwork that will be displayed on the CU campus later this fall. Anyone may apply to participate. A minimum of 12 artists will be selected. Design submissions should revolve around the theme of “Connections.”
The Cameron University Office of Veterans Affairs will host three claims processors from the Muskogee VA Regional Processing Office on Tuesday, September 6. The veterans claims examiners will be on the Cameron campus to assist veterans, active service members and their dependents.
“This is Herland: Gendered Activism in Oklahoma from the 1870s to the 2010s,” co-edited by Dr. Sarah Eppler Janda, professor of history at Cameron University, and Dr. Patricia Loughlin, is one of two selections chosen to represent Oklahoma at the National Book Festival in September. The Oklahoma Center for the Book selected Janda’s book as well as “Run Little Chaski! An Inka Trail Adventure” by Mariana Llanos to represent Oklahoma as part of the National Center for the Book’s “Great Reads from Great Places” program.
Cameron University has announced the President’s and Dean’s honor rolls for the Summer 2022 semester. To make the President’s Honor Roll, undergraduate students must be enrolled full-time (carrying at least six hours of classes for the summer semester) and maintain a straight-A (4.0) average. The Dean’s Honor Roll requires a B (3.00-3.99) average.
The Cameron University Alumni Association is seeking donations for the university’s Campus Closet, a repository of household goods and apparel that is available to all Cameron students.