Cameron University announces new scholarship in Engineering
LAWTON, Okla. (KSWO) - Cameron University is offering a new scholarship to students looking to pursue a degree in all things S.T.E.M., especially engineering.
The scholarship is named after a well-known community leader, who made a name for himself in the engineering field here in Lawton.
Mike Brown had a namesake Endowed Scholarship created in his honor, after he donated funding to the university’s Foundation, which made the opportunity possible.
Brown is currently the President and owner of CDBL Inc., where he’s had a hand in designing and building structures for the past 31 years.
Not only that, but Brown has also served in Lawton city government.
He currently serves as a Civilian Aide to the Army, and has held numerous leadership positions across the city.
In a statement, Brown says the scholarship is, “only the beginning of something much greater to come in the future, which is a Lawton, where a 3rd grader begins STEM education, and graduates from Cameron later on, to take a job at the FISTA. This is the vision.”
The Michael Brown Endowed Scholarship in Engineering can help any Cameron University student pursuing a degree in STEM, especially those looking to get their degree in engineering.
Students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher to qualify, for more information call Cameron University’s office of Advancement, at (580) 581-2999.
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