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Cameron University’s 34th Beef Cattle Improvement Conference to focus on Beef Quality Assurance program

Cameron University’s annual Beef Cattle Improvement Conference, slated for Wednesday, November 16, will focus on the Beef Quality Assurance program. The 34th presentation of the conference will feature remarks by Bob LeValley, coordinator of the Oklahoma Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program for the Oklahoma Beef Council, Trevor Vaughn, Comanche County Agriculture Educator, and Marty New, Southwest Area Livestock Specialist for the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service.

Cameron University congratulations Summer 2022 graduates

Cameron University is pleased to congratulate the students who completed graduation requirements at the end of the Summer 2022 semester. Fall graduates are eligible to participate in graduation ceremonies at the end of the spring semester. The 2023 Commencement is scheduled for 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 5, at Cameron Stadium.

CU Be a Therapist to provide information about becoming a mental health professional

Individuals interested in entering the challenging yet rewarding field of mental health will want to attend Cameron University’s CU Be a Therapist. The virtual information session, slated for Thursday, November 17, will present information on how a Master of Arts in Mental Health degree can lead to licensure as a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist (LMFT) or a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). To register for the 5 p.m. workshop, go to Registrants will receive a secure Zoom link.

More than 7,000 American flags to be displayed at Cameron University

Beginning on November 4, more than 7,000 American flags will be displayed across the Cameron University campus in Lawton as a lead-up to the university’s annual observance of Veterans Day. It’s a stunning view that Cameron President John McArthur hopes will attract visitors to campus to acknowledge the service of U.S. service members and veterans.

“Cinematic Comanches” to examine the cultural resurgence of Comanches today in film

With the premiere of “Prey,” a feature film focusing on a small band of Comanches, a humanoid predator and French fur trappers, Comanche culture and history take a fantastic albeit fictitious journey into science fiction and horror. It’s one of the films to be discussed by guest speaker Dustin Tahmahkera, associate professor and Wick Cary Endowed Chair in Native American Cultural Studies at the University of Oklahoma, during “Cinematic Comanches.” Tahmahkera and his aunt, the late Juanita Pahdopony, served as consultants for the film to ensure that their culture was portrayed accurately.

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