Facstaff Digest – November 2014

ACC Bond Election Sign

ACC Bond Election Sign

Election Day 2014: Exercise your right

Today is Election Day. In addition to several state, county, and local contests, ACC District voters will elect new trustees and decide three measures concerning the college. Read about the proposals and get voting information. Most importantly, cast a ballot. It’s your privilege.

National Distance Learning Week

Did you know that the Distance Learning Program is ACC’s largest campus? We’ll recognize National Distance Learning Week Nov. 10-14 with faculty showcases, contests, and an array of professional development opportunities. See the details.

First MATD 0421 students excel

Preliminary results confirm this innovative developmental math course is providing another effective option for helping students fulfill math requirements. View the progress data.

ACC celebrates Veterans Resource Center

Veterans and other special guests helped ACC celebrate the opening of the Veterans Resource Center at Highland Campus. The 4,000-square-foot facility will provide VA-related services and space for military and veteran students to find support and connect with peers. Read about the ceremony.

Be Aware: Mock disaster exercise Nov. 7

The Round Rock Campus will be the site of a large-scale mock disaster exercise on Friday, November 7. Serious emergency situations will be simulated so responders can practice coordinated actions. Take note so you won’t be alarmed. Read more.

Math professors make a winning equation

A shared interest in math led professors Anne and Tony Vance to each other. Now each shares their passion with students in diverse ways.

HR Connection

Educational Advancement Program, service anniversaries, Wellness Program

Faculty Development

Teaching, leadership award nominations due

Graffiti project

Upcoming Events

Veterans Day event

December commencement

Holiday party

ACC in the News

KUT: ACC hopes to tackle nursing shortage with bachelor’s degree program

The Architect’s Newspaper: Mall of Education

Austin American-Statesman: Rackspace plan could add 500 Austin jobs

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