Faculty Hall of Fame Award 2003
Dr. Mary Rubin

Mary Rubin

Dr. Mary Rubin, of Mesa, Ariz., is a Cameron University professor emerita of the department of education, serving at Cameron from 1973 to 2000. She received a bachelor's in elementary education from Arizona State University, a master's of education in reading education from the University of Arizona and a doctorate of education in reading and adult education from the University of Oklahoma. She taught in public schools before taking the position of reading center director at Cameron in 1973 until 1994 while also teaching education courses. She continued to teach, supervised student teachers and residency teachers and was a leader in Cameron's Secondary Teacher Education Program, CAMSTEP. She was coordinator of the Holistic Retention Program and served as assistant chair of the department of education. She served the Lawton Public Schools by assisting with in-service programs, Geography Family Night activities, judging geography bees and performed over 15 hours annually assisting teachers in varied activities. She was director of the Boy Scout Merit Badge Seminar held annually on the Cameron Campus. She is an Arizona State University East adjunct faculty member and student teacher supervisor.