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Vanessa Dickerson Will Serve as Resident Director of Japan Study in 2015-16 Nov 20, 2014

DePauw University professor’s research has explored connections between African Americans and Japan.

Author Maureen McCoy to Serve as Final Judge for the 2015 Nick Adams Short Story Contest Nov 7, 2014

Novelist and creative writing professor will select winning story in annual competition for ACM students.

Site Visit to the Botswana Program — Back by Popular Demand! Nov 5, 2014

ACM will again offer faculty a chance to travel to southern Africa in March 2015.

For Students at ACM Colleges, a Good Story Could be Worth $1,000 Oct 8, 2014

Call for entries has been issued for the 2015 Nick Adams Short Story Contest.

Faculty and IT Staff to Focus on Technology-Enabled Education at FaCE Conference Sep 25, 2014

Sessions are aimed at making connections and sparking ideas for grant proposals.

FaCE Launches with RFP for Faculty Projects in Innovative Teaching Sep 23, 2014

Technology-enabled education is the theme for first cycle of funding in Mellon-supported program.

ACM Soccer and Volleyball Tournaments Help Kick Off Fall Sports Seasons Sep 2, 2014

Minnesota colleges to host men’s and women’s soccer, while volleyball teams take the court at Grinnell.

Faculty from Carleton, Luther, and Ripon Selected for Visiting Positions in Spring 2016 Aug 22, 2014

Constance Walker, Andrew Whitfield, and Molly Margaretten will bring their experience and expertise to programs in London, Florence, and Botswana.

Biologist Bonnie Furman Selected as Director of ACM's Off-Campus Programs in Costa Rica Jul 10, 2014

Dr. Furman's international experience includes teaching and research in Latin America, South Asia, and the Middle East.

Fall 2015 Newberry Library Seminar to Explore Theme of "Knowing Your Place: Human and Social Geography" Jun 30, 2014

Visiting faculty will mentor students' independent research projects in the humanities.