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  • Congratulations to Jonna Turner, our #AggieoftheWeek! Jonna is CU's Director of Events Management, and she's always proud to show off her Aggie spirit! Thanks, Jonna, for embracing the Black and Gold! You'll receive $10 in Camcash and a prize from the Office of Public Affairs!

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  • Homecoming is right around the corner! Pick up your Homecoming tee next week!

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  • CU is please to present a piano recital by alumna Jiha Choi on Tues., Feb 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the McCutcheon Recital Hall. Free to faculty, staff and students with CU id!

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  • There's still time to register for CU Be A Therapist, an informational event for anyone who is considering becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor or a Licensed Martial & Family Therapist! Learn more at http://www.cameron.edu/cubeatherapist.

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  • A contingent of CU students joined representatives from colleges and universities across Oklahoma for Higher Ed Day at the State Capitol. CU's Caitlin Anders was one of three student speakers. Read more at www.cameron.edu/media-releases2019/higher-ed-day

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  • Be a donor - make a difference! Blood Drive, Tues, Feb. 19, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Buddy Green Room and Room 211 (MCC). Donors receive a t-shire and a coupon from Whataburger.

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  • Job seekers! Mark your calendar! The Red River Career Expo is just one week away!

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Cameron University
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  • Happy Valentine's Day from Ole Kim!

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  • Join RHA and the Diversity Diplomats for open mic night celebrating Black History! Featuring Poetry and Chill OKC's Odessa I Reign & Deezy, hosted by Gregory II - live music, poetry, Hip Hop and R&B. Free to all CU students! Wed, Feb 20, 7-9 p.m., McCasland Ballroom.

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  • Have you posted your #aggieoftheweek pic yet? Show off your Aggie spirit by wearing a CU shirt, take a selfie, then post to Twitter, FB or Instagram using #aggieoftheweek. You could win $10 in Camcash and a prize from the office of Public Affairs!

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  • This Sunday: CU@SC program returns to the Simmons Center with a Valentine Victorian Tea. Enjoy a traditional high tea and presentation by Dr. Vivian Thomlinson on Christina Rosetti’s “A Goblin Market”: A Misunderstood Tale About Love. Tickets are $10 (adults); $5 (children K-12.) Free admission with valid CU ID. Limited seating; reservations required. To RSVP, call 580-581-2491.

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  • A message from CU President John McArthur: On behalf of the entire Cameron community, we are deeply saddened by the loss of Regent Bill W. Burgess. Bill was “Cameron’s Regent” supporting higher education and Southwest Oklahoma tirelessly. From his time as our student body president through a business career and recognition as a Distinguished Alumnus and service as a State Regent and University of Oklahoma Regent, he has always supported Cameron University and access to education for the least of us.

    Bill W. Burgess, Jr., was Chairman of the Board of Vortex, senior partner of Burgess & Hightower Law Firm, and former owner/publisher of the Lawton Constitution. He was the Oklahoma Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army and was a member of the University of Oklahoma, Cameron University and Rogers State University Board of Regents.

    As a Cameron student, Burgess served as student body president for two years, was a vital member of the nationally recognized speech and debate team and was recognized in Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. Burgess graduated with honors with a bachelor’s degree in speech in 1978. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma School of Law.

    As chairman and principal owner of Techrizon, Burgess developed Techrizon into Oklahoma’s largest software engineering company. He was awarded the Corporate Entrepreneur of the Year by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.

    Burgess served as a Regent with the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education for 18 years. He was the youngest State Regent to be appointed in the State’s history. His service was acknowledged with induction into the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame in 2012.

    Other honors include induction into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2008, the highest honor accorded to an Oklahoman, Outstanding Philanthropist for Oklahoma, Cameron University’s President’s Distinguished Service Award, Cameron University Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Award, and Leadership Oklahoma’s 25th Anniversary Distinguished Graduate. Cameron’s Bill W. Burgess, Jr. Business Research Center is named in his honor in recognition of his outstanding achievements. For his dedication to the U.S. Army, he has been inducted into the Ancient Order of Saint Barbara. The Governor and Legislature of the State of Oklahoma honored Mr. Burgess by designating Interstate 44 through Lawton the "Bill W. Burgess, Jr. Highway."

    He served as the vice-chairman of the Oklahoma Heritage Association and served as a trustee for the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation and the Communities Foundation of Oklahoma. He served as chairman of the Oklahoma Business Roundtable, Inc., the Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Oklahoma, Citizens’ Commission on the Future of Oklahoma Higher Education, and Lawton Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He also served as a member of the Governor’s Science and Technology Advisory Council, as president of the Association of the United States Army at Fort Sill, and as an ambassador for the United States Army Reserve.

    Burgess served as president of the Boy Scouts of America – Oklahoma Council and is an Eagle Scout. He received the Silver Beaver, Vigil Order of the Arrow, and God and Country Boy Scouts awards.

    He was the son of the late Sgt. (Ret.) Bill W. Burgess, Sr. and the late Betty Burgess.

    The Cameron community sends its deepest condolences to the Burgess family.

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