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NEXT Lab researcher tackles project to extract medical isotope

NEXT Lab researcher tackles project to extract medical isotope

By on October 30, 2019 in ACU News, Campus News with 0 Comments

In May, Diego Zometa Paniagua (’19) was preparing to graduate from Abilene Christian University with a degree in chemistry. Today, just a few months later, he is working in the same building where he took chemistry classes and using the same labs, but with a different goal. He is working on a project with the […]

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Ministry major finds diverse Christian community during Manhattan internship

Ministry major finds diverse Christian community during Manhattan internship

By on October 29, 2019 in ACU News with 0 Comments

The skyline of Manhattan is a well-known scene on the movie screen, but this summer it became Ariel Miranda’s new office for ministry. In the bustling of the city, Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries has established a source of peace and hope for the community. Ariel, senior ministry vocations major from Houston, stumbled upon the summer internship […]

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ACU professor Bill Fowler receives Texas Outstanding Accounting Educator Award

ACU professor Bill Fowler receives Texas Outstanding Accounting Educator Award

By on October 21, 2019 in ACU News with 0 Comments

Bill Fowler, associate professor of accounting at Abilene Christian University, has been selected for the Outstanding Accounting Educator Award by the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants. The award recognizes Texas accounting educators who have demonstrated excellence in teaching and have distinguished themselves through active service to the accounting profession. Fowler is one of two […]

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27th annual Gutenberg Celebration to honor outstanding alumni

27th annual Gutenberg Celebration to honor outstanding alumni

By on October 18, 2019 in ACU News with 0 Comments

The ACU Department of Journalism and Mass Communication will honor three distinguished alumni during the 27th annual Gutenberg Celebration. Introduced in 1993, the Gutenberg Award recognizes distinguished professional achievements of Journalism and Mass Communication Department alumni. The Gutenberg Celebration will take place in Hunter Welcome Center on Thursday, October 17. A reception will begin at […]

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Social clubs celebrate milestone anniversaries in Homecoming Parade

Social clubs celebrate milestone anniversaries in Homecoming Parade

By on October 11, 2019 in ACU News, Campus News with 0 Comments

Two ACU women’s social clubs celebrate milestone anniversaries with special activities at ACU Homecoming next week. Ko Jo Kai will mark its 100th anniversary by inviting its oldest living member, 102-year-old Eloise (Reynolds ’37) Carruthers, to join members in the parade. Sigma Theta Chi will celebrate its 50th anniversary by inviting social club alumnae to […]

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Recent Fulbright scholars reflect on experiences abroad

Recent Fulbright scholars reflect on experiences abroad

By on October 1, 2019 in ACU News with 0 Comments

Mackenzie Dalton and Angela Jirik didn’t have to do any googling to learn about life abroad as a Fulbright Scholar when they received the honor in the spring. All they had to do was contact any number of a long list of former ACU students and faculty who have received the same honor. Just a […]

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Pipes recounts rare stories about Nixon  from his new biography

Pipes recounts rare stories about Nixon from his new biography

By on September 25, 2019 in ACU News, Campus News with 0 Comments

Kasey Pipes (’95) has enjoyed a unique perspective on the U.S. presidency, from working as a policy advisor and speechwriter in the White House for George W. Bush, to authoring biographies on two others: Dwight D. Eisenhower and now, Richard M. Nixon. Pipes is partner and co-founder of Corley + Pipes, a consulting firm with […]

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Theatre major steps onto new stage with oil and gas internship

Theatre major steps onto new stage with oil and gas internship

By on September 24, 2019 in ACU News with 1 Comment

Tré McLeod, senior musical theatre major from Houston, stepped onto a new stage this summer as an intern with Aramco Services Company, a subsidiary of Saudi Aramco, the largest and most profitable oil and gas company in the world. As a business minor, Tré was most interested in learning how international relations affect business. “Working […]

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ACU named Chronicle of Higher Education “Great College to Work For”

ACU named Chronicle of Higher Education “Great College to Work For”

By on September 18, 2019 in ACU News with 0 Comments

For 11 consecutive years, ACU has been named a “Great College to Work For,” according to a new survey by The Great Colleges to Work For program. The results, released today in a special insert of the Chronicle of Higher Education, are based on the more than 124,000 administrators, faculty members and professional support staff […]

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ACU outranks other Texas universities in ‘U.S. News’ national benchmark

ACU outranks other Texas universities in ‘U.S. News’ national benchmark

By on September 10, 2019 in Academic News, ACU News with 2 Comments

Abilene Christian University is the highest-ranking university in Texas in a new U.S. News and World Report benchmark focused on student success. The university also achieved its highest overall regional ranking ever – 12th – in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 “America’s Best Colleges,” an improvement of nine places over 2019. U.S. News highlighted […]

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