Cameron University and City National Bank & Trust have been selected as recipients of a 2021 Business Partnership Excellence Award by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE).
Cameron University has announced the names of faculty members who will take over as chairs in several academic departments. Effective August 1, Dr. Muhammad Javed will assume the position of interim chair in the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Lt. Col. Peter Salfeety was appointed chair of the George D. Keathly Department of Military Science in June. Previously, Dr. Kyle Moore was named academic chair of the Department of Chemistry, Physics and Engineering.
Cameron University is pleased to announce the names of students who completed graduation requirements at the end of the Spring 2021 semester. Graduates who authorized publication of their name are listed by degree and hometown.
The Cameron Collegian was the winner of the Sequoyah Award in the College Newspapers division of the Oklahoma Press Association’s (OPA) 2020 Best Newspaper Contest.
Cameron University’s Office of Public Affairs was recognized with nine awards at the Oklahoma College Public Relations Association (OCPRA) annual awards ceremony on July 11 in Oklahoma City. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic canceling last year's competition, entries from June 2019 through May 2021 were accepted in this year’s contest.
More than a quarter-million dollars in donations from supporters are enabling Cameron University to add improvements to its agricultural teaching facilities, including the university farm.
Cameron University alumna Michelle Rahn was named as one of five winners during the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence’s 35th Academic Awards Celebration. Rahn, a sixth-grade science, technology, engineering and math teacher at Will Rogers Junior High School in Claremore, was presented with the 2020-21 Oklahoma Medal for Excellence in Elementary Teaching.
The 2021 Military Times “Best for Vets: Colleges” rankings list has been published, with Cameron University achieving a number of distinctions. Cameron was named third in Oklahoma, 13th in the Southwest region, 99th among public institutions, 117th among four year schools and 125th in the nation overall. In addition, Cameron scored an 87% rating for military-friendly institutions.
Cameron University students will be the primary beneficiaries of action taken today by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, as it approved Cameron’s request to maintain its 2021-2022 tuition and mandatory fees at the same rate as the previous three years. The action essentially ensures that Cameron will remain the most affordable university in Oklahoma for students seeking bachelor’s or master’s degrees.