Lawton, Ok. – Cameron University President Dr. Cindy Ross has selected Dr. B. Don Sullivan, former C.U. provost and longtime friend of the university, to lead the commission that will coordinate the university's 2008 centennial celebration. Sullivan retired from Cameron last year after coming to the university in 1992 where he served as Vice President for Advancement, and was selected as Provost in 2001. Cameron was established as an agricultural high school in 1908 by the Oklahoma Legislature, expanding and adding junior college courses in 1927, baccalaureate degrees in 1966, and a graduate program in 1988. With more than 5,600 students, Cameron is the state's third largest regional university. Various committees will be set up to oversee planning and implementation of the university's centennial celebration which will include a year of festivities. For more information, call 581-2211.