Latest news and features from Abilene Christian University

ACU News

ACU recognized as top producer of Fulbright U.S. students

ACU recognized as top producer of Fulbright U.S. students

By on February 11, 2019 in Academic News, ACU News with 0 Comments

ACU is included on the list of U.S. colleges and universities that produced the most 2018-19 Fulbright U.S. students. Each year the U.S. Department of State announces the top-producing institutions for the Fulbright Program, the government’s flagship international educational exchange program, and the list is published in The Chronicle of Higher Education. ACU is one of […]

Continue Reading »

Social work major receives research prize from Center for Public Justice

Social work major receives research prize from Center for Public Justice

By on February 6, 2019 in Academic News, ACU News with 0 Comments

Shannon Que, senior social work major from Abilene, is one of three college students from across the nation who were awarded the Shared Justice Student-Faculty Research Prize from the Center for Public Justice, a Christian civic education and public policy research organization based in Washington, D.C. Que received the prize for her proposal to research college […]

Continue Reading »

Oglesby enjoys mountaintops whether at work or play

Oglesby enjoys mountaintops whether at work or play

By on January 23, 2019 in ACU News, Faculty Spotlights with 0 Comments

Robert Oglesby (’81) likes viewing life from the seat of a fast moving Harley or atop a 14,000-foot mountain peak. He likes taking risks. And that makes him a perfect fit with his chosen avocation – youth ministry. Mentoring, guiding and developing young people is definitely a high-risk undertaking, but one that Oglesby is so […]

Continue Reading »

Teague: The changing of the watch

By on December 7, 2018 in ACU News with 0 Comments

Published in People and Programs of the Past Decade, 1981-91, a review of the Teague administration accomplished at the end of his presidency in 1991 A mighty force of students has graduated from Abilene Christian University during the past decade. They are serving all over the world – many in leadership responsibilities. This is a remarkable […]

Continue Reading »

Teague: Humor, dedication, diversity are traits of ACU chancellor

By on December 7, 2018 in ACU News with 0 Comments

This article appeared in the Lifestyle section of the Abilene Reporter-News on Sunday, Dec. 29, 1991. By Jerry Reed Bill Teague’s odyssey from boyhood hometown to the town he calls home can be measured in distances far greater than the 175 road miles between Nocona and Abilene. Between the time Billy Jack Teague left Nocona to […]

Continue Reading »

Teague: Hilltop Imagineer

By on December 7, 2018 in ACU News with 0 Comments

The text of Dr. Cheryl M. Bacon’s profile of Dr. William J. Teague in the 2005 edition of The ACU Century. Bill Teague won the pizza and the halftime shoot-out one night during his presidency in a contest designed to encourage students to attend Wildcat basketball games. He occasionally took the floor during time-outs, or in […]

Continue Reading »

Interview with William J. Teague

By on December 7, 2018 in ACU News with 0 Comments

(Date and publication unknown) What do you perceive to be the relationship between the university and the church? The historic position views the university as an extension of the home. As an extension of the home, ACU will reflect many of the same values that arecommon to individual members of the church. So, there is a […]

Continue Reading »

Teague: ACU’s chief still has time to lend an ear

By on December 7, 2018 in ACU News with 0 Comments

This article appeared in the Oct. 3, 1990, edition of the Abilene Reporter-News. When I sat down to lunch with Abilene Christian University president Dr. Bill Teague last week, I expected him to reminisce about past glories and accomplishments. Instead, he began talking about his faith and hope for the Hill. True, ACU’s ninth president […]

Continue Reading »

Teague: University building blocks

By on December 7, 2018 in ACU News with 0 Comments

This story by Kathie Henry appeared in the 1985 Prickly Pear. Since his inauguration in 1982, president William J. Teague’s term has been characterized by the university’s continuous growth. The addition to the Margaret and Herman Brown Library in 1983, the construction of the Mabee Business Building begun in 1985, and the plans for the […]

Continue Reading »

Teague: Maintaining excellence is challenge for 1990s

By on December 7, 2018 in ACU News with 0 Comments

This article appeared in the Winter 1990 issue of ACU Today. By William J. Teague As the year 2000 approaches, ACU faces a difficult challenge: to maintain and increase its level of academic excellence at a time of decreasing state and federal funding for students, a shrinking pool of freshmen, and a decreasing number of […]

Continue Reading »

Top