Monthly Archives: November 2009

‘Austin Cooks’ Adds Class to TV

You know their names… Wolfgang Puck. Julia Child. Brian McCormick. Brian Hay. OK, Brian and Brian may not be quite as well known as some celebrity chefs, but they’re celebrities in their own right, heading … Continue reading

ACC Salutes Veterans & Service Members

As the country observes Veterans Day, the Austin Community College District would like to express its gratitude to veterans and active duty service members. The college is dedicated to helping veterans reach their goals, providing … Continue reading

ACC Seeks Mascot Suggestions

Round Rock Leader – ACC Seeks Mascot Suggestions

ACC Board Members Take Part in National College Leadership Conference

Four members of ACC’s Board of Trustees traveled to San Francisco in October to attend the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) 40th Annual College Leadership Congress. ACC Board Chairperson Nan McRaven, Vice Chair Allen … Continue reading

President’s Announcements

STUDENT SUCCESS INITIATIVE We had a great Data Retreat on October 30th, with our external facilitators of the Achieving the Dream component of our Student Success Initiative.  Over 100 faculty and staff participated, including 45 … Continue reading

THE HR CONNECTION

Employment We are delighted to welcome these New ACC Employees who started November 2nd! Name Position Campus Jeffrey DeLeon Technician, Computer Support PIN Margaret Hernandez Assistant, Student Services NRG Stephanie Howley AVP Student Success HBC … Continue reading

ACC’s Arts & Humanities Division Earns Recognition from the City of Austin

The City of Austin has recognized ACC’s Arts & Humanities Division for its work in bringing together a number of art education groups to further the “CreateAustin” cultural master plan. Beginning last fall, the college’s … Continue reading

ACC’s Arts & Humanities Division Earns Recognition from the City of Austin

The City of Austin has recognized ACC’s Arts & Humanities Division for its work in bringing together a number of art education groups to further the “CreateAustin” cultural master plan. Beginning last fall, the college’s … Continue reading

Arts Review: Under the Gaslight

Austin Chronicle – Arts Review: Under the Gaslight

ACC Mascot Idea Worth Pouncing On

Austin American-Statesman – ACC Mascot Idea Worth Pouncing On

ACC Gives Danish Students a Crash Course in All Things Austin

The Austin Community College District hosted 23 Danish students for a taste of life in the Texas capital. ACC created a program for the group called “Uniquely Austin,” which combines Texas-themed classes with field trips around the … Continue reading

Accent Student Newspaper Wins 25 Awards at State, National Conference

Accent, ACC’s student newspaper, won 25 awards at a national and state-level conference held at the Austin Convention Center October 28 – November 1. The event, which brought together the Associated Collegiate Press/College Media Advisers … Continue reading

ACC Helping Businesses Go Green with Sustainable Practices Course

News 8 Austin – ACC Helping Businesses Go Green with Sustainable Practices Course

ACC Professor Recognized for Contributions to Addiction Counseling

Austin American-Statesman – ACC Professor Recognized for Contributions to Addiction Counseling

Danish Students Visit Thrall HS

Taylor Daily Press – Danish Students Visit Thrall HS

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