Daily Archives: April 1, 2014

Board of Trustees Briefs

The Austin Community College District Board of Trustees held its regular session on Tuesday, March 3 at Highland Business Center. Following is a summary of some of the items discussed. To view meeting agendas and … Continue reading

Austin Family – ACC Partners with London College to Increase Opportunities

Austin Family – ACC Partners with London College to Increase Opportunities

Listing of Faculty, Staff Accomplishments Now Online; Submit 2013-14 Entries by May 31

More than 140 faculty and staff are included in ACC’s first Achievements of Faculty & Staff publication. The 2012-2013 edition lists individuals who have earned awards or recognition on the national, regional, state, and local … Continue reading

Who Will Be Tomorrow's Nurses? Summit Addresses Nursing Shortage Through Education

Austin Community College and Kinnser Software are co-hosting a summit to highlight new opportunities for nursing careers due to the current nursing shortage and aging baby boom population. Who Will Be Tomorrow’s Nurses? EVENT DETAILS … Continue reading

New Math Course Expands to Additional Campuses This Summer

The groundbreaking developmental course Basic Math with Collaborative Learning (MATD 0332) is expanding to more campuses this summer. Alert your students to this new opportunity. The classes are available over the 11-week session only. Summer … Continue reading

First Year Seminar to Aid New Students

Austin Community College plans to introduce a mandatory first-year seminar to better prepare incoming students for their college career. Pending approval by the college’s Academic and Campus Affairs Council (ACAC), the seminar would be required … Continue reading

Earth Day Celebrations Showcase ACC Sustainability Initiatives

As communities worldwide commemorate the 44th annual Earth Day on April 22, Austin Community College continues to cultivate its own award-winning sustainability initiatives. Earth Day/Week Events Earth Day-related events are listed here, but more may … Continue reading

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