March 19 - 25, 2018
Registration is not required, just drop by!
Batlab Makerspace Meetup
Cypress Campus Student Life Lounge
Monday, March 19, 10:00am-1:30pm

The ACC Library BatLab is a pop-up makerspace for all faculty interested in doing hands-on, real-world, multidisciplinary projects in an informal, co-curricular setting at ACC Library locations alongside ACC students.
42nd Annual ACC Student Art Exhibition
Julia C Butridge Gallery at the Dougherty Arts Center
March 21 - April 8, 2018

This event is the art department's most anticipated show of the year. Faculty select student work from their classes and prizes are awarded on the night of the reception to the top pieces in categories such as ceramics, printmaking, painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and metals. The reception is on Wednesday, April 4, from 7-9 pm.
Faculty Connection Series: Helping Your Students Achieve Success
Highland Business Center Rm 301.0
Friday, March 23, 8:30am-12:00pm

Faculty will have the opportunity to chat with several different ACC student resource areas and develop ideas for how to use these student support services in their classroom.
2nd Annual Fast Track to Success Conference
April 19-20, 2018
This conference will provide a forum for sharing lessons-learned, strategies, outlooks, data, and elements of Competency-Based Education pedagogy and other innovative models at all levels of instruction and learning in higher education. The theme of the conference is Leveraging Innovation in Higher Ed!
Online Workshops for March
Share Your Expertise
The Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning is looking for guest blog writers for the Faculty Forum Blog: a blog written BY ACC faculty, and FOR ACC faculty.

All ACC faculty are invited to share their insight on classroom techniques, teaching philosophy, strategies on how to engage students, and more. Consider submitting a minimum 500-word blog post OR take a moment to recommend this opportunity to a respected colleague.

Recent entries were written by: Roie Black, Herb Coleman, and Anne Fletcher.
Call for Speakers:
Global Issues Speaker Series
July 2018

International Programs is looking for ACC faculty who would like to share their global expertise with our students, employees, and the greater Austin community.

Previous Events include:
  • Global Biodiversity in Crisis
  • The Origins of the Syria Disaster and Its Global Impact
  • India and the Impact of Globalization
  • The Global Migration Crisis
  • Navigating the Global Creative Media Landscape

Contact William Hayden for information:
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