February 2014

  • Atchley, Minick and Shedd named to ACU Board of Trustees

    ABILENE – Abilene Christian University announces the addition of three members to its Board of Trustees: Bill Minick of Dallas, Rick Atchley of North Richland ...

  • Springboard challenge: Final week to register

    Looking for an opportunity to start your own business? The seventh annual Springboard Ideas Challenge is now open. Contestants have until March 7 to register ...

  • ACU speech and debate talent recognized

    ACU senior Dylan Brugman has been chosen to represent the National Parliamentary Debate Association (NPDA) at the 2014 NPDA national tournament. Brugman, a senior Honors student studying political ...

  • Reed among top 100 remarkable professors

    Dr. Carson Reed has been selected for an online listing of "100 Remarkable Professors & Scholars Theology Students Should Know About." The Theology Degrees Online list includes ...

  • ACU recognized as Tree Campus USA

    Abilene Christian University has been honored with Tree Campus USA 
recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation.   Tree Campus USA is a national 
program created in ...

  • HIM and WWW awarded certification

    The Halbert Institute for Missions and its short-term missions program, 
WorldWide Witness, have received certification from the Standards of 
Excellence in Short-Term Missions. WWW is ...

  • U.S. Sen. John Cornyn visits campus

    By Kara Stutesman Article from The OptimistU.S. Senator John Cornyn (R - Texas) visited ACU's campus last Thursday.U.S. Sen. Jon Cornyn toured the ACU Learning ...

  • COBA students visit Australia, tour businesses

    Nearly two dozen students from ACU's College of Business Administration recently traveled to Australia with COBA professors of management Dr. Phil Vardiman and Australian ...

  • Broom Colloquium to discuss missions

    Dr. Brian Howell, professor of anthropology at Wheaton College and a leading researcher on short-term missions, will speak at the Broom Colloquium Wednesday and Thursday on campus. ...

  • SITC students create program for virtual reality headset

    By Tommy Evans Article from The OptimistStudents from ACU's School of Information Technology & Computing are in the process of 
creating a program for the ...

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