John P. Camey, Ph.D., has been selected as Cameron University’s Dean of the School of Business. The University of Oklahoma, Cameron University and Rogers State University Board of Regents approved Camey’s appointment earlier today. Camey will assume his role as Dean effective August 1.
“Dr. Camey will bring a wealth of experience with undergraduate curriculum, assessment of student learning and accreditation to Cameron University,” says John McArthur, Ph.D., Provost. “His experience in administrative leadership and in the classroom will be a tremendous asset for the students, staff and faculty of Cameron’s School of Business.”
Camey will serve as the chief academic and administrative officer for the School of Business, making recommendations on curriculum, faculty development, personnel decisions and budget. Cameron’s School of Business offers five degree programs: Associate in Science in Business, Bachelor of Accounting, Bachelor of Business Administration, Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Organizational Leadership.
Camey is Professor and Assistant Dean of the College of Business at the University of Central Oklahoma, where he joined the faculty in 2000. In 2006, he was named a Hauptman Fellow for scholarship research and activity.
Camey served with the U.S. Coast Guard for 20 years. He holds an Associate in Science in Electronic Engineering Technology from Oklahoma State University, a Bachelor of Science in Business and Management from the University of Maryland – European Division, a Master of Business Administration in finance from Oklahoma City University and a Doctorate in Business/Marketing from the University of Oklahoma. His first faculty position upon completion of his Ph.D. was as an assistant professor of marketing at Cameron from 1998 to 2000.
He is currently a member of two committees of the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs: the Region 6 Strategic Planning Committee and the Committee for New Media. In addition, he is a Track Organizer for the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences national and international conferences.
Since 1995, he has served as an appointed member of the Oklahoma State Accrediting Agency. He was first appointed to that post by Governor Frank Keating and was retained by Governor Brad Henry and Governor Mary Fallin.
He is a member of the American Marketing Association the Academy of Marketing Science and the Marketing Educators Association.
May 9, 2013