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  1. ACM and Chicago Council on Global Affairs Partner on Yearlong Foreign Policy Series

    Oct 12, 2021

    ACM and CCGA will host three discussions during the 2021-2022 academic year for ACM faculty, students, and staff interested in foreign policy issues and their connection to the Midwest.

  2. ACM Partners with Augsburg University to Offer River Semester

    Oct 11, 2021

    The 100-day educational expedition down the Mississippi River includes a curriculum primarily based in environmental studies and interdisciplinary social science.

  3. Kenyon’s Finke, O’Neill Lead ACM Newberry Seminar on the History and Culture of Chicago Food

    Sep 8, 2021

    In "Food for Thought: Cooking, Eating and Drinking in Chicago," students will look at how Chicago and its people have been shaped by the food they have grown, processed, cooked, and consumed.

  4. Richard Hensey Joins ACM as VP for Finance, Administration, and Planning

    Jul 29, 2021

    Hensey will lead financial planning to support new program development and the long-range strategic priorities of the ACM.

  5. ACM Hosts Second Retention and Success Workshop on Supporting Faculty and Students of Color

    Jul 27, 2021

    This year’s theme, “Implementing Change for Success,” reflects a pivot from talking about racism to strategies for taking action.

  6. ACM Announces Summer Research Placements for Graduate School Exploration Fellows

    Jul 16, 2021

    Summer research experiences are hosted by a Big Ten Academic Alliance institution or the University of Chicago.

  7. ACM Workshop Addresses Student Mental Health Amidst COVID-19

    May 13, 2021

    The two-part workshop kicked off a new quarterly series that will address timely topics in higher education and liberal arts colleges.

  8. New Report Explores Impact of Private, Nonprofit Colleges and Universities

    May 10, 2021

    The NAICU report finds that America’s private, nonprofit colleges and universities are a vital economic engine to the nation.

  9. Natalie Marsh Named Winner of 2021 ACM Nick Adams Short Story Contest

    Apr 30, 2021

    Judge Sandra Cisneros calls Carleton College senior Marsh ‘A beautiful and brave voice.’ Bren Davis, a junior at Ripon College, received an honorable mention.

  10. ACM Presents at AACU Conference on Diversity, Equity, and Student Success

    Apr 8, 2021

    The virtual conference included poster presentations on the ACM's Anti-Racism Initiatives and on creating an equitable summer research experience during COVID-19.

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